NYC's Coolest Markets
The best year-round market brings together 150 local vendors carrying all manner of vintage, handmade and antique wares. The Flea will move to its winter location on November 26.
Hundreds of vendors selling vintage clothing, antiques, new jewelry and arts & crafts. Definitely go for the expanding selection of food!
The Village Voice voted this Best Spot for Crafty Cruising in our Best Of New York Poll!
From soap, earrings and watches to oysters, ice cream and bicycles, the Flea is an ode to the city’s dedicated craftsmen. In a word: it makes you happy.
Brooklyn Flea is so precious I fear sharing this secret with foursquare. Then, I realized everyone else knew about it before me. Every booth has something different to offer. Love.
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]
It's hard to over-sell this weekly flea. Amazing food, good (albeit often overpriced) vintage wares and a good place to people watch.
most food here is tasty. I'm always torn between anything Mexican or the (portable!) brick oven pizzas. there's also a stand towards entrance that sells prosciutto bruschetta--yum!
Try the Asia Dog and spot it on Foodspotting!
Don't eat before coming here so that you can enjoy some of the best food that Brooklyn has to offer.
Ate a Red Hook Lobster Pound lobster roll -- tasty!
Make a beeline for the antiques. Scored a steel juicer,wire peacocks, shooting gallery targets, edison lightbulbs. Find the babyfaced jewelry peddler -- he sells fat gold chains.
A great place to spend a Saturday: Shop for vintage clothes and furniture, feast on Red Hook tacos and hopefully bump into someone you know.
get the pizza. and the papusas! Get the papusas!!
Don’t leave without chowing on a dee-lish Asia Dog – hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings.Powered by ParentsConnect.com
Chonco's fish tacos are AH-MAZING!
Come for the mid-century modern furniture, stay for the awesome food carts. The red-hook ball field mexican food vendors are my favorite.
Work up an appetite by browsing the cool vintage stuff, then grab a lobster roll and a watermelon fruit drink to eat on the steps.
Go directly to the red hook papusa stand. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.
Eat everything. Seriously. And especially the Mexican food near the gate, the porchetta sandwich, anything from Scratchbread, you won't leave hungry.
Check out the SeamlessWeb Giant pastrami sandwich!
I go here to stalk hipster chicks. It's much harder when they're not drunk and giving Hj's in a dive bar bathroom.
Try the stroopwafels @ the good batch!
Bought a bike! Probably paid too much, but enh... I bought a bike!
Found some great records (vinyl) here at decent prices.
Peach sorbet from the Brooklyn Scoop Ice Cream truck is yummy and refreshing!!!
Rie Akuto, budding stylist, loves to browse the incredible vintage selection any time she can.
The papusas are king. Followed by grilled cheese a fish tacos. A strong contender for king is also the pizza!
Bring cash because there's a single atm with a long line and not many nearby.
The best place to get vintage jewlery and vinyl records in brooklyn!! there's a bit too many "new" vintage vendors but the REAL vintage vintage vendors ROCK!
Dogs allowed now!
Scratchbread is fantastic!
Great - fantastic place
Don't lose a cell phone-less Ukranian here for one more day.
Dogs not allowed
buy some early bird granola!
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.
Get yourself a Red Hook Lobster Roll (Maine style) its bloody delicious!!
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.
Brooklyn Banger cheddar brat is tasty!
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.