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  • Writer's pictureKaren Seiger

‘Neath the Silvery Moon at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar

As we approached the Dekalb Market at about 7:30 PM last night, we began to see a line of people winding around the fence.  A line of people?  Waiting to get in?  Into a market?!  Yes!  It was the Brooklyn Night Bazaar!

We did get inside, and there were loads of people under the food and drink tent, many more at the concert, and even more shopping for handmade treasures underneath the twinkly lights.  The Night Bazaar is a collaborative effort between the Bazaar organizers and the Dekalb Market, which is open seven days a week in downtown Brooklyn.  It was a lovely, romantic setting, and a perfect way to spend a Sunday evening with friends.  I think I am in good company when I say that I hope the Night Bazaar becomes a regular event! [singlepic id=1184 w=240 h=320 float=center]

Welcome to the Brooklyn Night Bazaar at Dekalb Market!

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First stop: Robicelli’s for a chocolate cupcake!

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Simon Tung of Macaron Parlour was there with colorful confections.

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Tea by Tiffany under the moonlight.

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Sweet Loren and her ready-to-bake desserts

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Mina Georgescu and Minography Decorative Photography

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Shopping for handmade treasures under the market lights

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Happy customer trying on a hair bauble by Dollsville NYC.

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Dekalb Market’s recycled shipping containers by the light of the silvery moon.


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