Smorgasburg has reopened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, but for now, the chance to graze from a buffet of food vendors, is off the table. Smorg To Go only allows preordering through its new website for takeout from a weekly rotating list of 10 vendors. There are three new ones in the starting lineup: #Gogi for Korean pork barbecue; Mai Bpen Rai, a Thai papaya salad stand; and the Whole Bowl, a Portland, Ore., transplant serving rice and beans. They join stalwarts like Berg’s Pastrami, Lobsterdamus and Mao’s Bao. The week of July 27 will welcome Groundlings Pizza, Ring Ding Bar and Yakitori Tatsu, among others. There is no outdoor seating. Through its website, Smorg To Go is raising funds for Rethink, which fights food insecurity in many neighborhoods.

Smorg To Go, Williamsburg, daily 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., 51 North Sixth Street (Kent Avenue), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, smorgtogo.com.

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