This weekend, all four markets are open in Fort Greene, Dumbo, and Williamsburg. On Saturday, the Brooklyn Flea runs in Fort Greene and the Smorgasburg runs in Williamsburg. On Sunday, the Brooklyn Flea runs in Williamsburg and the Smorgasburg runs in Dumbo. Check out all the market locations right here. The Flea goes from 10 am to 5 pm, the Smorg from 11 am to 6 pm, and entry to both are free. As always, the markets are home to hundreds of food, jewelry, antique, art and clothing vendors. Here’s a list of Flea vendors, and another list of all the food vendors at the Smorgasburg.
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The Brooklyn Flea’s Smorgasbar is coming to Manhattan’s South Street Seaport this summer. Food and drink will be available at 40 tables outside on Front Street. The developer of the Sandy-ravaged area, the Howard Hughes Corp., invited the Flea, which can put together an operation and attract lots of people quickly, Flea partner Eric Demby told Gothamist. The outpost will be open daily through October. It will stay open until 10:30 pm on weekends. This is not the Flea’s first Manhattan venture. It also has a pop-up shop in Whole Foods Market on the Bowery and runs the concessions at Central Park SummerStage.
Five years after launching in a Fort Greene schoolyard, the Brooklyn Flea, which currently operates four outdoor markets in its home borough every weekend, will add a fifth weekly market to its roster when it opens in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia this summer. While the idea for an expansion to Philly has been brewing for quite a while (remember Brownstoner Philly?), plans for this particular location only started taking shape earlier this year when real estate developer and New York Observer owner Jared Kushner bought the Piazza at Schmidts, a mixed-use complex featuring over 400 residential units and 100,000 square feet of commercial space, and set his sights on building on the existing cultural program in the 80,000-square-foot central European-style cobblestone plaza. “It’s the perfect place for us to try our first geographic expansion,” said Flea co-founder Jonathan Butler (aka Mr. B) in Philly Magazine yesterday. Expect a similar mix of antiques, vintage clothing, handmade goods and, yes, food at Brooklyn Flea Philly. As many as 20 percent of the vendors will be current Flea vendors who have made a name for themselves in Brooklyn. The kickoff date is set for June 2. Location details and vendor sign-up information can be found on the Brooklyn Flea website.
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It’s the second weekend of the outdoor market season! The Brooklyn Flea runs Saturday in Fort Greene and Sunday in Williamburg from 10 am to 5 pm. Smorgasburg runs Saturday in Williamsburg and Sunday in Dumbo from 11 am to 6 pm. You can see all four market locations listed here. And check out the many food, vintage, art, jewelry and furniture vendors here. See you in the sun this weekend!
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Spring starts for real this weekend with a double-shot of both the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg markets. The biggest news is that the Williamsburg location for both markets has moved one block north to East River State Park on the waterfront in Williamsburg between North 7th and North 8th Streets. Meanwhile, the Flea launches its sixth season in its flagship Fort Greene location tomorrow and Smorgasburg takes up residency on Sundays at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Tobacco Warehouse in Dumbo. You can read about all the new vendors at Smorgasburg and the new vendors at Brooklyn Flea on the Flea website. To avoid any confusion, dates and locations of all four markets are below.
Brooklyn Flea @ Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, Fort Greene, 10-5
Smorgasburg @ East River State Park, Williamsburg, 11-6
Brooklyn Flea @ East River State Park, Williamsburg, 10-5
Smorgasburg @ Tobacco Warehouse, Dumbo, 11-6
This is the Brooklyn Flea’s very last weekend of the indoor season at Skylight One Hanson. Despite the holiday, the Flea will be open both Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Then on the first weekend of April, the outdoor markets (both the Flea and Smorgasburg) launch in Dumbo, Williamsburg, and Fort Greene. So come say a final farewell to the beautiful interior of the historic bank building, and check out the many art, jewelry, furniture, food, and antique vendors. Here are the directions to get there.
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Starting tomorrow the Brooklyn Flea spends one of its last remaining weekends at Skylight One Hanson in the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. So come check out the long list of art, jewelry, clothing, food and antique vendors in the historic, photogenic setting. The Flea runs Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Directions to the market are here. Entry is free.
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The outdoor markets return the weekend of April 6th, so you only have a few chances left to visit the Brooklyn Flea inside the beautiful savings bank building at One Hanson Place. Here’s the list of the many antique, jewelry, food, clothing and art vendors who will be there. The Flea lives at Skylight One Hanson both Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Entry is free.
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It’s cold outside, so come to the Brooklyn Flea and eat some ramen! This Saturday and Sunday the Brooklyn Flea runs as usual at Skylight One Hanson, aka the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. More than 100 art, antique, food, jewelry and vintage vendors will be selling their wares. Market hours run from 10 am to 5 pm. Entry is free.
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March is the last full month the Brooklyn Flea will be inside Skylight One Hanson, aka the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. So come check out our 150-plus food, antique, art and jewelry vendors in this fantastic space. Here’s how you get there. The Flea is open both Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. Entry is free.
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You know what’s coming this weekend: the Brooklyn Flea, Saturday and Sunday at the Williamsburg Savings Bank Fort Greene. Check out the long list of antique, food, art and jewelry vendors right here. You can find a map and directions to the market here. The market runs both days from 10 am to 5 pm and entry is free.
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After spending the last two seasons at The Edge on the Williamsburg waterfront, the Brooklyn Flea will be moving its Saturday food market known as Smorgasburg as well as its Sunday flea market one block north to the East River State Park this Spring. The Flea will be setting up shop in the southeastern corner of the park at North 7th Street and Kent Avenue on an old concrete slab that’s approximately the same size as its former location at The Edge and its flagship spot in Fort Greene. “We are thrilled to welcome the Flea to East River State Park,” said State Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey in a press release earlier today.”Already fast becoming a centerpiece of the community, this addition will draw even more people and add to what we fully expect will be a spring and summer full of exciting, community-oriented events and programs at this park.” The weekly line-up will remain the same: Smorgasburg on Saturdays and the Flea on Sundays. (The Flea will continue on Saturdays in Fort Greene and Smorgasburg on Sundays in the Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park.) “Staying on the Williamsburg waterfront in this vibrant community is a big priority for us, and we love that the markets will now support one of New York’s truly great parks,” said Jonathan Butler aka Mr. B. “And who can argue with that view!”
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This weekend the Brooklyn Flea is back at Skylight One Hanson, the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. All your favorite antique, food, clothing and art vendors will be there. You can also check out this interview with regular vendor Lon Black, who sells post cards and vintage prints. Lon also has a show opening tonight at The City Reliquary featuring his favorite vintage postcards. It’s called “Greetings from the City of New York.” Then the Flea follows, Saturday and Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm. Map and directions here.
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Beat the snow this weekend and shop for the people you love at the Brooklyn Flea. On Saturday and Sunday you can catch the market at Skylight One Hanson, the historic Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. Here are some gift ideas for the coming holiday. And here’s a full list of vendors. Finally, a map and directions to the indoor market, which runs from 10 am to 5 pm both days.
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The Brooklyn Flea is reliably back this weekend at Skylight One Hanson, aka the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Fort Greene. Expect more than one hundred antique, art, clothing, jewelry and food vendors. The market runs both days from 10 am to 5 pm and entry is free. A map and directions to the market lives here.
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It’s warm inside One Hanson, aka the historic Williamsburg Savings Bank in Fort Greene. There are also a 100+ art, antique, jewelry, clothing and food vendors to browse. So come check out the Brooklyn Flea this weekend, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. A map and directions to the market live here.
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This Saturday and Sunday the Brooklyn Flea Market returns to Skylight One Hanson, aka the former Williamsburg Savings Bank in Fort Greene. You can expect lots of art, jewelry, clothing, furniture, and antique vendors, as well as a hot sauce inspired by a punk band. For a map and directions to the market location, go here. The market runs from 10 am to 5 pm both days and entry is free.
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The Brooklyn Flea makes its usual return to Skylight One Hanson at the former Williamsburg Savings Bank in Fort Greene, where it will remain until March. The beautiful space is host to 100-plus art, vintage, food, and furniture vendors… check them out here. And if you need directions to Skylight One Hanson, go here. The market runs Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Entry is free.
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After a one weekend vacation, the Brooklyn Flea is back in action at Skylight One Hanson every Saturday and Sunday through March. The hours run from 10 am to 5 pm. It may be a new year but you can still expect awesome antique, clothing, art, and food vendors. For a map and directions to the market’s indoor home, go here.
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This weekend is your last chance to do holiday shopping at the Gifted Market! There will be more than 100 jewelry, art, clothing, antique and foodie vendors at Skylight One Hanson, the former Williamsburg Savings Bank in Fort Greene. The hours for Gifted are from 10 am to 6 pm. Then the Flea takes a weekend off on Dec. 29 and 30 and returns to Skylight One Hanson in January, where it stays until March. A map and directions to the Gifted Market this weekend lives here.
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