Brooklyn Flea

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  • Address: 176 Lafayette Avenue New York, NY, New York City, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +718-9286603
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Flea Market, Family And Kids

Brooklyn Flea - Review

Brooklyn Flea is a company based in Brooklyn, New York. This market has elevated the vintage-shopping experience, setting a new standard for both goods and food vendors. On the grounds of a school in Fort Greene, some 200 vendors sell their wares, ranging from antiques, records, vintage clothes, craft items and enticing food stalls stuffed with a smorgasbord of tasty treats. In winter, the market moves indoors to a gorgeous art deco space in the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank building at Flatbush.

The market draws vendors every Saturday, selling a mix of new and used goods. Youthful treasure-hunting locals, many with children in tow, browse mid-century modern wares like forties amoeba-shaped side tables, fifties bar stools, and Mies chairs; artful kitsch like painted ceramic owls; vintage records; and clothing.

Some participating businesses have their own shops, like Northport-based furniture dealers Karen & Albert Antiquinaires, while others, like Birdhouse Jewelry, sell mainly online. The market’s culinary component is varied enough to rival the many brunch options on nearby DeKalb Ave. The Red Hook vendors churn out their fabled Mexican street food, aromas emanate from Pizza Moto’s portable brick oven, and Hot Blondies Bakery proffers satisfying little squares.

Brooklyn Flea Information

  • Payment can be made through cash, American Express, Diner's Club, MasterCard, Visa.
  • Entrance is free for all.
  • Depending on crowd, there may be a need to wait.
  • There is a restaurant nearby.
  • Parking facility available.

How To reach Brooklyn Flea by Public Transport

  • Times Square Stop
  • Lafayette Ave

Restaurants Near Brooklyn Flea

  • Roberta’s - Wood fried pizza
  • Minetta Tavern - Black leve burger
  • Fette Sau – French Toast

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TripHobo Highlights for Brooklyn Flea

  • Brooklyn Flea Address: 176 Lafayette Avenue New York, NY, New York City, United States
  • Brooklyn Flea Contact Number: +718-9286603
  • Brooklyn Flea Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Brooklyn Flea Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Brooklyn Flea

  • 5.2% of people who visit New York City include Brooklyn Flea in their plan

  • 61.11% of people start their Brooklyn Flea visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Brooklyn Flea

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Brooklyn Flea

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Brooklyn Flea, New York City Reviews

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  • Visiting from Australia and was expecting a big market (it was a nice sunny day) instead none of the food vendors were open and there were about 10 stalls in total very disappointing given we had to travel 30 mins from New York to get there 😓 if your a tourist don’t waste your time.

  • Check the seasonality, in winter the market is at 241 37th St. Brooklyn, NY 11232 on Saturday and closed on Sunday.

  • Unpredictable selection of crafts and knick-knacks, but that's what makes Brooklyn flea great. There are a couple of cool record vendors to check out and chat with.

  • Not really worth it if you're a tourist, but you might find something nice if you're into antiques.

  • Nice market with an interesting assortment of clothes, curios, and art to peruse. Also some food trucks and artisan food producers as well. Nice way to spend a couple of hours.

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