Your Guide to the Best Artisan, Farmer, Food & Flea Markets


LIC Flea: Discovering All the Amazing Food Here Without Exploding

As I mentioned in the posting about judging my first food contest at the LIC Flea, deciding on the best anything was next to impossible because EVERYTHING WAS DELICIOUS! So I wanted to show you some of the other wonderful food I tasted that day. At food markets, you simply

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Tresore Trove: A Cache of Fenton Hobnail Milk Glass

I learned about Fenton hobnail milk glass from my mother-in-law. She loves any and all things Fenton. Her collection is not extensive, but it is lovely. So I knew what I was looking at when I came to the tables of Tresore Trove at the Astoria Flea in Queens. This

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Weekend Market Picks July 5 & 6, 2014: Vintage Mic for Authentic Sound

Happy Fourth of July! I get misty when I hear the Star Spangled Banner. Every time. So I thought I’d feature this very cool antique microphone that I came across at the Astoria Flea a couple of weeks ago. Bill and Sheila from Affordable Antiques told me it was an

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Vintage Cake Pedestals for Cozy Kitchens – At the Astoria Flea

There are few things I like more in the world than cake, except maybe more cake. So when I was at the Astoria Flea last Sunday, I noticed several beautiful cake stands in the vintage and antiques section of the market. Bill and Sheila of Affordable Antiques have been selling

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Press Release: The Ridgewood Artisan and Vintage Market Opens In Queens

The Ridgewood Artisan Market opens in Queens this weekend! Here’s their full press release: Hello my name is Sarah Feldman, I am the creator of the Ridgewood Market. Back in December of 2012, I was selling my jewelry at a regular flea market in Ridgewood. A few artistic vendors and

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