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Brooklyn Flea - Williamsburg
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50 Kent Ave Brooklyn, NY 11249, United States
50 Kent AvenueUSNew York11249
(718) 928-6603brooklynflea.com
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Open-air market selling antiques, vintage clothes, crafts & food on Sundays from April-November.- Google
"...the Williamsburg flea market is the place for you."
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"Prices are a bit high, but some of the items are truly unique."
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Jesi Mac Leod
6 months ago
if you want to get some good cheap art come here, a lot of great paintings and photos. Also the cloth is kind of cool, the food truck are always a good reason to come down here
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Mary Raphael George
10 months ago
This was an authentic place to visit and explore. Whether it be antiques, retro clothing, artistic photographs, cards, or natural antibacterial spray, Brooklyn Flea is an adventure. They are open fairly early and think that it can be compared to Alice going to a Wonderland. Go on an adventure and check it out!
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Cheryl Hung
a year ago
Fascinating flea market, with all manner of vintage knick-knacks and curiosities from collections of pencil sharpeners to screen-printing blocks from Pakistan. I loved the woman doing live Japanese ink painting on T shirts, which were available to buy immediately. Also, check out a great view of the Manhattan skyline!
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Alexandra Sheppard
2 years ago
There's plenty to love about this market by the waterfront. Great range of food trucks aside, there was a tonne of well-priced vintage furniture in excellent condition - everything from enamel signs to desks. You can also find handmade stationery, baby clothes, scented candles, old fashioned postcards and other goodies. You won't get a bargain here, but you will come away with something beautiful.
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Tyler Lund
a year ago
If you are in the market for unique and quirky antiques and knickknacks, the Williamsburg flea market is the place for you. Taking place in the East River park on Sundays, the same place is occupied by the Smorgasburg on Saturdays. A wonderful way to spend a morning before exploring the area or to chill out after a late Saturday night by wandering through all the wares. Prices are a bit high, but some of the items are truly unique. When you get tired of the shopping, take a break on one of the park's benches or on the grass and enjoy the view of midtown.
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Alexandra Spirer
6 months ago
Was so much fun walking around! Loved the Dough Donuts and People's Pop Shaved ice and the stores and people
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Thomas Sun
a year ago
Life doesn't get better than this. What can I say that hasn't already been said about this magical place? This is the perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Local vendors showcasing their soulful, imaginative, and well prepared foods. Where else on Earth can you chow down on great local food with the East River and Manhattan skyline in front of you? From here on out, I will give you the best route to enjoy yourself. First, make your way over to Blue Bottle Coffee. It's Saturday. You're a New Yorker. Let's be real. You're hungover. This is the best coffee to pick you up. Second, make your way over to Mighty Quinn's and get the brisket sandwich. Delicious brisket and perfect sauce. Think of it as an excessively awesome amuse-bouche. Next, make your way over to Bon Chovie and have the delicious fried anchovies. Don't ask questions. Don't shake your head, just do it. Third, make your way to Shorty Tang and Sons and get the noodles. Yum. Finally, make sure you get to Meat hook for the hot dog smothered with chipped brisket and slaw. For dessert, go with a popsicle from People's Pops, a milkshake from MILK truck, or a slushie from Kelvin's. Or get all three! Diabetes has gotten a bad rep. After you're done eating, head over the Anarchy in a Jar and pick up some deliciously homemade marmalades for your home. Pick up some of the spicy sauce from Spicy N' Sweet as well. Now, enjoy the food coma and take a nap. And then do it all again the next Saturday. Honorable mentions: The Red Hook Lobster Pound Lobster Roll and Banh Mi hotdog from Asia Dog. Delicious!
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Chris C.
a year ago
Sundays only. (The Smorgasburg takes this spot on Saturday.) Definitely a top-ten destination for the resident or tourist, especially if you're interested in woodworking, home businesses, or any sort of handicrafts. Prices are high but if you had to worry about them you wouldn't be in Williamsburg, right?