The Brooklyn Flea's flagship location is open April-November and features 150+ curated vendors of antiques, vintage, handmade and food items.
It is as good as the Ponoco Flea market on rt 209.
Better than the lackluster market are the buildings surrounding the square.
lots of funky vintage clothes and antiques! it's a great place to browse
Bring cash! Most stalls won't take credit cards.
Nice vintage collection
Food is always great, the other shopping stands can be a collection of random things. But there are gems to be found. Take your time on a nice day to check it out.
Great for the food scene but not my type of stuff otherwise.
Amazing, unique finds (not junk) and amazing food to boot!
Gadgets and gizmos aplenty.
Vintage furniture, jewellery, and other crafts. Try something other than the fries, they have no flavour.
Go early. The line grows quickly. Usually they are really quick, but the pickin' gets slim on sunny days. Convenient when you don't want to go to Red Hook & only need a lobster roll fix on Sat.
If you come just for the Red Hook Lobster Pound lobster roll, it's worth it. Perfectly warm, toasty, buttery bun! Really the best there is.
Nice food, Nice clothing and Nice people!
A great spot to find good vinyl!
Lots of very cool things from every era and locale...and your can get some grub there too! .. def a decorators playground!
Expensive but awesome choices
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.