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Hell's Kitchen Flea Market
411 W 39th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave)
"I love that I can get my fill of one-of-a-kind items in one place while also enjoying the weather. If it’s especially beautiful, I’ll continue on to the High Line which is only a short walk away."
Columbus Ave Flea Market
Columbus Avenue (btwn 76th and 77th)
"Great place for veggies, fruit and fresh fish! I will be returning"
Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market
88 10th Ave (btwn W 15th & 16th St)
"Vintage! Vinyl! Great designers and handmade merch...a lot to discover each and every single day!"
200 5th Ave (at W 23rd St)
"The premade pizza dough at the fresh pasta counter is cheap, easy to work with, and tastes great."
Thrift / Vintage
103 W 25th St (at 6th Ave)
"Don’t plan on scoring piles of clothes for bulk prices. Instead wait for a fabulous pair of Prada pumps, or a classic Fendi tie to make your trip worthwhile."
Madison Square Park
Madison Ave (btwn E 23rd & E 26th St)
"A glorious park that is just the right size for the city, ringed by (mostly) great architecture that interacts pleasingly with the park's views of nature. A mini-Centra Park, if you will."
The Stylist's Guide to NYC
Created by Laura Mae200 items • 43 followers
GNTLMN's Favorite NYC Flea Markets/Vintage Spots
Created by GNTLMN10 items • 21 followers
Created by Juliana Rubi256 items • 13 followers
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