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Weekend Market Picks January 31 – February 1, 2015: Wintery Markets

Abingdon Square Winter Greenmarket


It’s a blustery weekend, which means it’s a great time a) to enjoy our fun indoor markets and 2) show our appreciation for our farmers markets, which set up outside, pretty much rain or shine.

So rather than stay cooped up inside watching the Super Bowl (there, I said it), get out and enjoy the brisk air and visit these beautiful markets! (If you must watch the game, then pick up some tasty snacks at the markets on Saturday.)

Weekend Market Picks

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Abingdon Square Greenmarket: This market is a charming, year-round event, with tents circling around Abingdon Square. Meet the neighbors and the chefs from many of the local restaurants. 8AM – 2PM, Hudson Street and West 12th Street, Manhattan

Arthur Avenue Retail Market:  Some say Arthur Avenue is “the real Little Italy.” I’d tend to agree, and you can find some deliciously classic Italian American fare at this indoor market. 8AM – 5PM, 2, Open Mondays – Satudays, 344 Arthur Avenue, The Bronx

Saturday and Sunday, January 31 & February 1, 2015

Brooklyn Flea: The Flea’s winter home is a very cool – yet comfortably warm – warehouse in Crown Heights. 100 vintage and handmade vendors, plus the Flea’s wonderful food vendors. 10am-6pm, 1000 Dean St. between Classon + Franklin, Brooklyn

Real NYC Market: Go check out the rotating collection of New York’s talented and unique fashion, accessories and decor designers in this exciting market. It is reopening this week after a remodeling project. Fridays & Saturdays 11AM – 9PM, Sunday 11AM – 7PM, Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 11AM – 8PM, 109 Mulberry Street, Manhattan

SHWICK Market: In the heart of Bushwick, SHWICK is home to local craft artisans, artists, vintage vendors and food innovators. Shop and have a snack in their indoor space. On Tuesdays – Fridays, the venue is open as a pop-up shop as well. 11AM –  7PM, 6 Charles Place, Brooklyn

The Market NYC: The Market NYC now has two venues, one in the Village and one in Williamsburg. New York artisans and designers each have their own small boutiques.

Greenwich Village: Wednesday & Sunday 12 to 7PM, Thursday & Friday 12 to 8PM, Saturday 11AM to 8PM, 159 Bleecker Street, Manhattan

Williamsburg: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 12 Noon to 7PM • Saturday & Sunday 11AM to 7PM 218 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Columbia Sunday Greenmarket: Located near Columbia University and a block from St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, this year-round farmers market features 15 excellent vendors selling seasonal farm produce and locally crafted foods. Open Thursdays too! 8AM – 5PM  Broadway between 114th & 116th Streets, Manhattan

Park Slope Winter Farmers Market: What makes the Down to Earth Markets unique is the variety of products beyond outstanding local produce and , such as olive oil, salad dressings, pickles, fresh soups, chutneys, sauces & salsa, jams & jelly, spreads, frozen soups and more. 10AM – 4PM, The Old Stone House, 4th Street at 5th Avenue, Brooklyn

~Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City

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