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

Artisan Markets

The artisan markets are home to many of New York’s most talented designers, craftspeople and fine artists. These markets take traditional craft fairs to the next level through fine design, wild creativity, and innovative use of technology. Visit the artisan markets and buy handmade products directly from the people who made them. You will find future trends in jewelry, accessories, fashion designs, decorative pillows and lamps, candles, organic body products and so much more.

Weekend Market Picks October 22 & 23, 2016: It’s Apple Season

Happy Fall! If you aren’t eating apples every day, you are missing out! Try all the different varieties in the greenmarkets. I find that the more different apples I throw in the pot, the better my apple sauce tastes. There’s an election metaphor in there somewhere, but let’s not go

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Weekend Market Picks October 15 & 16, 2016: It’s Time To Get Your Pumpkin

  It is another incredible weekend for market events all over the city! First of all, get a pumpkin. You can find pumpkins, gourds, and squashes of all shapes and sizes in any farmers market near you. If you don’t want to carve one, bake one up into a pie

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Weekend Market Picks October 1 & 2, 2016: Bija Bhar Super Foods

  This Friday, I went to TECHmunch, the wonderful food blogger conference. It is held in several cities around the country. Every year, I learn so many new techniques to try, I meet so many inspiring people, and I eat so much great food. One of the food exhibitors this

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Weekend Market Picks September 24 & 25, 2016: Broadway Cares Flea Market And Grand Auction

  This weekend is a tough one for me. There are so many¬†fabulous market events that I don’t even know where to go! I’m sure I’ll figure out my route, but in case I have to miss anything, please share your pictures from whichever market you end up visiting! Thanks!

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The Grand Bazaar Is Filled With Things You’ll Love Plus A Jewelry Event!

  The truth is, the large flea and antiques market in the schoolyard at 77th and Columbus Avenue has been going through a downward period for the last several years. I still found lovely treasures there, but the volume of vendors and shoppers had gone down dramatically from the crowds

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