Brooklyn Flea & Food Market

Looking for something to do on your next visit to NYC? But maybe something different than the typical tourist stuff? Check out Brooklyn’s flea market! So much to see, great vendors, great food. You won’t regret it. Plus you get to leave Manhattan and charter new territory in hip and trendy Brooklyn.

Brooklyn’s flea and food market is open on weekends throughout different locations in Brooklyn. Info below is right from Brooklynflea.com

photo courtesy brooklynflea.com/

photo courtesy brooklynflea.com

From April through Thanksgiving, the markets take place outdoors: on Saturdays in Fort Greene, on Sundays in Williamsburg, and Saturdays and Sundays in Park Slope at PS 321. We also operate Smorgasburg, two giant all-food markets in Williamsburg (Saturdays) and Brooklyn Bridge Park (Sundays) featuring 75-100 local and regional vendors. From Thanksgiving through March, the market moves indoors. Additionally, every summer you can find some of our food vendors at the Central Park SummerStage outdoor concert series, where the Flea operates the food and beverage concession.

photo courtesy brooklynflea.com

photo courtesy brooklynflea.com

The New York Times called the Flea “One of the great urban experiences in New York”; Travel + LeisureCountry LivingBudget Travel, and Fodor’s have ranked the Flea one of the best markets or antiques shows in the U.S. and the world; and Time Out NY named the Flea one of New York’s Essential Pick-Up Spots.

If you are a tourist looking for something new to add to your sightseeing list, or maybe a local that is looking to try something different, the Brooklyn flea market is sure to be a good choice!

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