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

Flea Markets

New York City’s flea markets are full of vintage and antiquefinds that would grace any home or wardrobe. Significant estates, meaning the contents of some of the more intriguing armoires, drawers and cupboards in the city, are sold through reputable flea market dealers. The market sellers also scour the region to bring the best wares into the city. It is a good strategy to visit these markets on a regular basis to find the most exciting furniture, clothing, accessories, decorative items and nostalgic memorabilia that comesinto our flea and vintage markets.

Last Minute Shopping You Dream About In The Holiday Markets

Well, this is it! Saturday is a fabulous day to finish up your gift shopping. Some people call it procrastination. I call it a good reason to visit the holiday markets one last time until next year! (Note that many of them are open through the end of the year

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Holiday Market Picks: Give Handmade Gifts!

Look. It’s December. The weather is going to suck. So why not make the most of it by hanging out in the festive holiday markets? This weekend, you can choose among 32 – thirty-two! – markets, mostly indoors, throughout the city! I’ve been gathering gifts for my nieces, and now

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Weekend Holiday Markets December 10 & 11, 2016: Local Holiday Greenery

This is the busiest holiday weekend of them all! 22 day-long or weekend markets are popping up all over the city, along with the grand holiday markets and the ongoing flea and antiques markets, which are also wonderful places to look for unique gifts. I get some of my best

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Holiday Market Picks December 3 & 6, 2016: EdieArt & That Water Tower

There is so much wonderful art in the holiday markets. One of my very favorites is EdieArt at the Union Square Holiday Market. I have loved Edie’s work for a long time. My nieces have a beautiful image by Edie of a tiny girl blowing bubbles and swinging on a

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Small Business Saturday Is Here!

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We had dinner for 16 people, and for the first time in years, we had leftovers! I plan to be chewing on stuffles (you put your leftover stuffing in your waffle iron and wait for the magic to happen) while watching CBS Sunday

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