The Brooklyn Flea's flagship location is open April-November and features 150+ curated vendors of antiques, vintage, handmade and food items.
Make sure to walk every aisle; you never know what you will find.
Great for browsing through, some neat vintage clothes and furniture, plus good food .
U can also bring a picture of your dog, not the actual one..
There's handmade, vintage, and refurbished everything. Take your time and don't be afraid to barter. And before you leave, stop by the soda stand for the most delicious apple-ginger pop.
Lots of vendors from bikes to tables
Never underestimate the power of the flea
Spotted the pink elephant in the room
Cute flea market on Saturdays, there's a bunch of small food stalls
Lots of home wears, perfect for filling an apartment
Spend a Saturday here
there are a couple of copycat flea markets that sometimes pop up down the block
Great variety, high quality vendors; vintage clothing, exciting food, furniture +++ and a nice neighbourhood feel compared to the hectic Williamsburg flea
Expect hipsters, overpriced vintage stuff - and some bargains if you're lucky.
If you go here you have to try an Asia dog, best hot dogs I've ever had!
Really weird finds (NKOTB cards) and good food stands. But overpriced, mostly.
ATM outside of the entrance on Lafayette.
A less hectic alternative to Williamsburg & equally as wonderful.
Hit up Darrel for some great vintage sports T's! He has. Great selection of late 80's to mid 90's basketball shirts that you can't find anywhere else.
Our hot dog makers, Brooklyn Bangers, can be found here grilling up delicious sausages on the weekends. They also have a stall at Barclay's Center.
Need a used bike? Go to Shane.
Watch out for your bike. Mine was stolen today chained right next to the entrance and the "security". It was a northrock white bike with a brown seat and white and pink helmet.
Shop from dozens of vendors at the hip bazaar that sets up shop from April to November.
Bring lots of cash. Nice stuff but expensive and long line by the ATMs.
Flea market worth checking out for treasure hunting. You never know what you can stumble on.
A bit too targeted.
Awesome soul food home-cooked by nice old ladies at Cadman Church next door.
expect to pay a bit more here, but there are some really cool booths.
Don't arrive right when it opens - the vendors won't be completely set up. Don't arrive too late - the mass of people are hard to negotiate. It's a delicate balance.
Top-notch food stalls and cute vintage vendors. Visit the Dough stand -try the lemon and ginger doghnut, it's amazing.
Great stall with vinyl records and original etchings by Jacques Simon. Etchings are $10 each. Just bought a few. Good buy on vinyl. Just head for stall on right of entrance along gate for Ronnie Seein
Elma Blint is one the best jewelry designers there. Check out her initial pendants!
The early bird catches the vintage records, mid-century modern tables, and so much more. Down a large latte before you dig in.
So much cute vintage tops!
Try the margherita pizza from Pizza Moto- Delicious
This weekend event from the Brownstoner folks is the mother of all hipster flea markets. Go for the antique vendors and the delicious snacks, not to mention the people-watching. [Racked 38 Member]
Get yourself a Red Hook Lobster Roll (Maine style) its bloody delicious!!
Go for the furniture: some sweet finds (but you need to browse) & the food. Clothes and accessories: buyer's beware.
Rie Akuto, budding stylist, loves to browse the incredible vintage selection any time she can.
bring tons of cash if you expect to buy anything, as most vendors take cash only - there is an ATM provided on spot but there's always a huge line & a fee!
Sweet chicken Tamales from the papusa vendors are official.
Buy anything vintage, easy way to connect with the past and carry to the future
Great antique furniture, crafts and vintage knick-knacks. Even if you don't find a flea treasure today, there's still the amazing food vendors that will make a visit a very satisfying experience.
Ask to see the lobster roll before you pay $16 for one. Delicious, but TINY...
I'm in love with the Brooklyn Flea. Try @AsiaDogNYC, Good Fork, Brooklyn Soda... Pretty much eat & shop your brains out!