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NY Markets: Checking Out The Fleas

Posted by Nads on August 3, 2012

This is becoming a habit.  Yet another trip out to Brooklyn last weekend, this time to check out the famous ‘Fleas”.  They have been on my NYC to-do list for awhile, Brooklyn Flea being one of the largest outdoor food, artist, antique and crafter markets in the city.


I was hoping to catch a taste of some of the innovative local type food vendors and trucks that I keep hearing about as well as check out some local artists and crafters.  I wasn’t disappointed.

this warranted a close-upis this really street-food?


It was a great afternoon to wander about, mingle with the locals and sample some awesome treats.  Artist and Fleas was my first stop, a very charming and eclectic fixture on North 7th Street.   It’s packed with colorful vendors selling everything from vintage linens, wedding dresses and retro clothes to screen printed T-shirts and handmade jewellery.  Next we ventured down to the waterfront for the Brooklyn Flea.  With loads of delectable food vendors it was really hard to choose what to eat, but I think we did pretty well sampling a few different bites.  Some great live music and a bunch of nifty clothing, furniture and art vendors added up to a great time.  Make sure to look it up next time your in the city.  Check out my snaps from the afternoon:

Artist and Flea Snaps:

vintage lighting and wedding dresses

designer vintage eye-wear


retro head pieces

notebooks and journals recovered with vintage book covers, wallpaper and fabric

screen printed T’s

Snaps at the Brooklyn Flea – Great Eats:

portable wood burning pizza ovens at Pizza Moto

Perfectly dreamy doughnuts at Dough

Peoples Popsicles

Amazing fried anchovy sandwiches at Bon Chovie.

The infamous Cemita at Cemita

Refreshments made on the spot at Brooklyn Sodaworks

Takumi Taco

Stuff at Brooklyn Flea:

adorable vintage wear

retro collectables

loads of vintage earrings

retro barware

mid century furnishings

screen printed T’s

antique block letters

vintage furniture

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