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176 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205, United States | (718) 928-6603

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Vintage

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Great design, Eclectic, Artisanal/handicrafts, Food and drink, Local designers and products, Trendy

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Fort Greene
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The flea market credited with kicking off a New York City movement still convenes every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the same high school gym lawn where it all began. Browse the outdoor stalls for antique furniture, vintage clothing, and decorative goods (some salvaged, some hand-crafted), and come hungry—street food vendors line up along one side of the Flea to peddle everything from lobster rolls to artisan ice cream sandwiches and El Salvadorian pupusas (salsa-topped corncakes filled with various types of meat and cheese). You could easily spend an entire day here, alternating between shopping and eating. 

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Fort Greene Flea

The flea market credited with kicking off a New York City movement still convenes every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the same high school gym lawn where it all began. Browse the outdoor stalls for antique furniture, vintage clothing, and decorative goods (some salvaged, some hand-crafted), and come hungry—street food vendors line up along one side of the Flea to peddle everything from lobster rolls to artisan ice cream sandwiches and El Salvadorian pupusas (salsa-topped corncakes filled with various types of meat and cheese). You could easily spend an entire day here, alternating between shopping and eating.