It’s Outdoor Market Season

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Outdoor market season is upon us!

When the markets of Manhattan move back outdoors, that’s how you truly know the seasons have officially changed and it’s Spring again.  All of the best outdoor markets have now officially opened again (or are just about to) for the Spring/Summer season in NYC.  If you’ve got an upcoming Saturday or Sunday free and you’re looking to spend it wandering outdoor food & retail stalls, then these are the market’s that you should be checking out.

Brooklyn Flea: The Brooklyn Flea officially moved back outdoors as of April 5th (from is permanent winter weekend location in Williamsburg).  The Flea can now be found in Park Slope at P.S. 321 on both Saturday’s and Sunday’s, and Fort Greene on Lafayette Street on Saturday’s. It will also be opening at 50 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg on Sunday’s starting May 4th.

Smorgasburg: We write about this one a lot, but that’s only because it’s so great.  If you’re going to go to a food fair in NYC this summer, this is the one to go to.  Smorgasburg is located at the East River Park in Williamsburg every Saturday and at the Brooklyn Bridge Park every Sunday throughout the season.

LIC Food & Flea: This Long Island City food fair and flea market (the largest of its kind in Queens) will be back for the season starting on May 4th. It’s located at the corner of 46th Avenue & 5th Street in LIC.

Astoria Flea & Food: This new Queens food fair and flea market will kick off on Sunday May 4th at Kaufman Astoria Studios and be open every Sunday for 8 consecutive weekends.

Hester Street Fair: This LES outdoor market opens for the season on Saturday April 26th and runs every weekend through October. The market is at the corner of Hester & Essex St.’s.


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