• Karen Seiger

Top 10 Easter Weekend Markets

Seen at the Flea: Eva and Bella, Dear Friends at the Hell’s Kitchen Flea


What a beautiful weekend to spend enjoying the spring weather. Many markets are now open for the season, and we have one grand opening this weekend in the Village! It’s also the last weekend to visit the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg in their great indoor space because next week they open their markets outdoors!

It’s also a great weekend to hop on the train to Coney Island because it’s the first day of the 2016 Beach Season! If you take the Q train, stop off to visit the Cortelyou Greenmarket along the way (see below).

Happy Easter if you celebrate, and Happy Weekend to you all!

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Abingdon Square Grenmarket: I love this market so much. I used to go to it every single Saturday when I lived nearby. It is filled with all the fresh produce, baked goods, dairy and proteins you want, without the bustle of Union Square. 8AM – 2PM, Hudson Street and West 12th Street, Manhattan

Saturday & Sunday, March 26 & 27, 2016

Final Weekend! Brooklyn Flea & Smorgasburg Winter Markets: This is the Flea and Smorgasburg’s final weekend indoors at Industry City. Don’t miss the chance to visit this amazing space for the season because it’s all outdoors starting next weekend! 10AM – 6PM, 241 37th Street at Industry City, Brooklyn,

Bushwick Flea: This cozy flea market in Bushwick is a great place to find cool and unusual vintage and antique objects, as well as new artisan vendors and food entrepreneurs – and flowers this weekend. 10AM – 6PM, 52 Wykoff Avenue, Brooklyn

Grand Opening! Pompeii Artisan & Flea Market: Bleecker Street on a weekend isn’t the same without this great neighborhood market. This is Opening Weekend, and you will find handmade and vintage jewelry, hats, soaps and much more! 9AM – 7PM, Bleecker Street between Carmine & Leroy, Manhattan

The Pennsy Food Hall: New York’s newest food hall, the Pennsy features 6 eateries by chefs you will know, including the beloved vegan Cinnamon Snail. It is conveniently located Penn Station and Madison Square Gardens. 11AM – 11PM Mon-Sat, 11AM – 8PM Sundays, Southwest corner of 33rd Street and 7th Avenue, Manhattan

P.S. 321 Flea Market: This classic flea market has been a part of the fabric of Park Slope for many years, and it is now under new management. Look for your favorite vendors and find some new ones this weekend! 9AM – 6PM, 7hh Atenue between 1st & 2nd Streets, Brooklyn

Nolita Outdoor Market: Look for the New York designers and artists along the beautiful old brick wall near St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral. 11AM – 6PM, Prince Street between Mulberry & Mott, Manhattan

The Market NYC on Mulberry Street: Rub shoulders with artistans and designers at this newly opened market on Houston Street, just steps away from the Nolita Market. 11AM – 8PM Saturday, 11AM – 7PM Sunday (open 6 days), 290 Mulberry Street at East Houston, Manhattan

Eataly: The spring pea ravioli shaped like little flowers are back at this wonderful food hall! I love the pasta counter, the bread counter, and the butcher counter at Eataly, and I can never resist the fresh, handmade mozzarella. Go early to avoid the crowds and to find the best bunch of brocollini. 9AM – 11PM, Open Daily, 200 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Cortelyou Greenmarket: When you take the Q train to Coney Island, hop off at Cortelyou station to visit this bustling neighborhood farmers market. Bring the kids on Easter Sunday to make natural dye easter eggs! 8AM – 3PM, Cortelyou Road between Argyle & Rugby, Brooklyn

~ Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City


Crowds of Daffodils in Central Park


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