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  • Writer's pictureKaren Seiger

Weekend Market Picks March 2 & 3, 2013: Spring Flowers by Fiori di Fenice

Hyacinths Fiori da Fenice

In need of a bit of early springtime? Look no further than Fiori di Fenice at the Union Square Greenmarket. Growing seasonal beauties in Broome County, New York, Fiori brings stunning, hearty and gorgeous flowers to the market every Saturday. These purple hyacinths will fill your home with their sweet, peppery scent. And it looks like everything is coming up tulips now!

Fiori di Fenice grows classic and new varieties, so make sure to ask about the posies that catch your eye. Also read their story of pursuing a dream, and follow Fiori on Facebook!

Weekend Market Picks

Saturday, March 2, 2013

SCOOP – The Real Designer Market:  Today is the soft opening for this new designer market in Soho/Nolita. The space at 268 Mulberry is now under new management. The founders of this new market are designers themselves aiming to create a space for New York’s exciting and dynamic independent designer community to gather, sell their latest creations and meet with their shoppers and supporters in person. Check out this new endeavor today! 11AM – 7PM, 268 Mulberry Street, Manhattan

Tucker Square Greenmarket: I first came across this market on my way to Lincoln Center. It is a sweet and complete farmers market in the midst of the storied Upper West Side neighborhood featuring produce, maple products, poultry, dairy and cheese. 8AM – 5PM, Columbus Avenue at 66th Street, Manhattan

Saturday and Sunday, March 2 & 3, 2013

Artists & Fleas & Chelsea Pop Up: Artists and Fleas is open year-round in Williamsburg, and this is the last weekend of their periodic artisan and flea market pop-up in Chelsea Market! Designers and vintage sellers create their own distinct market boutiques, and I always love their distinct collective vibe. Chelsea Market Pop-Up, 10AM-7PM, Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue, Manhattan; Williamsburg, 70 7th Street, 10AM – 7PM, Brooklyn

Grand Central Market: I can’t encourage you enough to spend some time browsing through the Grand Central Food Market. It has such a nice balance of vendors: bakeries, fishmongers, produce, cheese, spices — and chocolate! Stop for lunch and bring home some lovely ingredients or prepared dishes for dinner! And check out the new group of Kiosk Vendors in the Graybar Passage!  10AM – 7PM Saturdays, 11AM – 6PM Sundays, 7AM – 9PM Weekdays, Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan

Vegetarian Food Festival: The thing I like the most about vegetarian events is that they are places where vegetarians can feel comfortable and safe about the things they eat and buy. Vegans need to be a bit more careful, but there are treats for you here as well. Great speakers, events for kids and a fabulous lineup of vegetarian food and product vendors! 10AM – 5PM both days, Metropolitan Pavilian, 125 18th Street, Manhattan

Enjoy! Spring is right around the corner!



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