Hungry Brooklynites flocked to Industry City on Saturday to revel in the first-ever Dime Best of Brooklyn Food and Beer Festival. The foodie-friendly event – which tastefully showcased the best of the best in both food and drink across – came on the heels the latest installment of the Best of Brooklyn competition, hosted by Brooklyn Media Group, publisher of BrooklynReporter.com, Brokelyn.com, The Home Reporter, Brooklyn Spectator and Spectator News and several other local outlets, and sponsored by Dime Community Bank.

More than 45,000 voters crowned more than 100 winners in categories such as Best Bar, Best Burger, Best Happy Hour and more — check out the full list of winners here! The festival gave foodies the opportunity to see those those winning vendors – and taste their wares – all in one awesome place. Here are some snapshots, courtesy of attendees:

  The best in Brooklyn.   A photo posted by Emily Arata (@aratagrams) on

bb beers #brooklynbeerfestival

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When In Brooklyn … #bestofbrooklyn

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  Dan & Molly ready to make you coffee @bestofbklyn.   A photo posted by @cafegrumpy on

  Because best friends are the best friends. Best birthday celebration. #brooklyn   A photo posted by Laufe (@aminobutyric) on

mini matcha donuts wrapped like candy at @bestofbklyn yesterday #doughnutplant #bestofbrooklyn #latergram #matcha @doughnutplant

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I guess we are in fact #hipsters… #bestofbrooklyn Food & Beer Festival #brooklyn #industrycity

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