This location is open for the 2015 outdoor Brooklyn Flea season
Food trucks are better than the goods they are trying to sell
You have to go there if you're in NYC summer (and it's inside during winter)
Love the local food vendors here. Food is always great. There are lovely sights here too!
If you are looking for vintage, reclaimed or artisanal furniture or accents this place really delivers. It's not the type of flea to go to find pieces to rehab, that's been done already
Don't forget the sunscreen! You will get some sun pursuing the flea on a hot summer day.
The asphalt makes it kind of miserable when it's really hot.
Best flea in all of the North East!
If it's not hot as all hell, patiently stroll through the vintage booths and you'll be rewarded with gems.
Cute place, good nibbles, but I'm not sure it's worth standing in the heat except to sit on the beach
Nothing interesting with burning sun over your head in a hot summer day!!!
Picked up some cool vintage cuff links for my hubby and a few brooches for myself.
Try some unique grub! 🍪
Hipster paradise but everything is expensive
Spent a lovely couple of hours here in Winter. Bought a great vintage poster, and courted a necklace. Will return when the weather heats up.
Good view. Good food. Eat a donut or two.
The place to find original gifts and souvenirs. There are also some food and drinks available.
All kinds of random stuff here. I got a lassie lunch box
Good spot, some are too expensive, fresh juices are great on a hot day
Like most fleas. Cash only. Great selection of random kickbacks
It's all about the food here...
Eat then sit on the grass to take a nap
Check out Best Summer NYC for Vietnamese Spring rolls.
Seek and you'll find great stuff
Buy a vinyl, a table, or some vintage sunglasses. There's usually some food stands too.
Bonbon Oiseau jewelry
great options of all kinds, and awesome for people watching
so many delicious food options - kelvin natural slushies are great on a hot summer day
Nice foods and great place to hang out
A Williamsburg flea market that my friend Victor recommended.
The ramen burger, if it's here. Also, a stop at The Gifted Putterer: interesting items for your home and walls.
Best vintage sundress selection ever. Period. (Also fantastic source of funky rings and vintage housewares.)
The Brooklyn Flea Market is the best way to spend an afternoon. It features more than 250 vendors that sell everything from antiques to jewelry to handmade items, plus all kinds of amazing food.
Lovely place to get vintage inspiration.
Definitely worth strolling through here, even if you don't intend on buying anything. The view of Manhattan is worth the trip over here.
Now, there are no dogs allowed at the BK Flea :(
Grab some food and check out the Manhattan skyline there!
There's some unique and artistic things for sale, but you can hardly call it a flea market when everything's $20+.
Everybody is so cool there!!!! And you must eat corn with cheese!!!
Arnold Palmer slush is great on a hot sunny day.
Date Night Is... an afternoon at Brooklyn Flea followed by drinks and dinner nearby. There's plenty to choose from, but Isa is one of our favorites a few blocks south.
good to find whatever u need
Just get the Donuts: choc or dulce de leche
Great place to just hang out on a beautiful day!
BLT at Landhaus is a must! Thick cut bacon, fresh tomatoes, on toasted French bread
Bring a group of friends and sample everything-- one of my favorite ways to spend a weekend afternoon.
Grab a berry doughnut from Dough, a cup of hot or cold brew coffee from Crop to Cup, and escape the madness by eating on the pier to the south with killer views of Manhattan
Lots of families with strollers . Cover your feet!!
Look for the Kumquat Cupcakery booth. AMAZING cupcakes worth the price tag. They are hard to find anywhere else and the best you might ever taste. Peanut butter banana honey is where it's at!