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Weekend Market Picks November 21 & 22, 2015: Thankful for Thanksgiving

Heirloom Cranberries from Breezy Hill Orchard in the Greenmarkets


Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! It’s all about the food, the gravy, the family and friends, the gravy and the food. And did I mention the pies?

This year we are hosting a full dozen people! James does the cooking, I do the going to the parade and the ever-important fatassing around on the couch table decor until our guests arrive. (I will clean the kitchen — eventually.)

I wish you a wonderful weekend of visiting the freshly opened holiday market season and cozy preparations for Thanksgiving.

Farmer & Food Markets For Your Thanksgiving Feast:

Visit these websites for information about farmers markets near you:

  1. GrowNYC: Greenmarkets all week, all boroughs

  2. Down To Earth Markets: Farmers Markets and prepared foods too

  3. South Bronx Farmers Market: Saturday is the last market of the year, but don’t miss their Holiday Market at the Bronx Museum of the Arts December 12 & 13, 2015!)

  4. Thanks for Sharing Vegan Shop Up: For all vegan foods and Thanksgiving provisions!

  5. Urbanspace Provisions: A brand new food section at the Union Square Holiday Market

Weekend Holiday Market Picks:

Saturday, November 21, 2015

  1. Norwegian Seamen’s Church Julemarked Christmas Fair: 317 East 52nd Street btween 1st & 2nd Avenues, Manhattan

Saturday & Sunday, November 20 – 22.

  1. Church of Sweden Christmas Bazaar, 5 East 48th Street, Manhattan

  2. American Fine Craft Show at Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn

  3. American Field Pop-Up at Industry City, Building 1 – Factory Floor, 274 36th Street, Brooklyn

  4. Danish Julemarketd Christmas Fair, Danish Seamen’s Church, 102 Willow Street (Saturday & Sunday); Plymouth Church, 75 Hicks Street (Sunday)

Grand Holiday Markets

  1. Bryant Park Winter Village, Open daily through January 3, 2016

  2. Grand Central Holiday Fair: Open daily November 16th – December 24th

  3. Union Square Holiday Market, Open daily November 19th – December 24th

Flea & Vintage Holiday Shopping

  1. Artists and Fleas Holiday Shopping: Chelsea Market, Open all week, in Chelsea Market, 88 10th Avenue, Manhattan

  2. Artists and Fleas Holiday Shopping: Williamsburg, Saturdays & Sundays, 70 North 7th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

  3. Brooklyn Flea’s Winter Flea and Smorgasburg Market, Saturdays & Sundays, Industry City, 241 37th Street, Brooklyn

  4. Bushwick Flea, 52 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn

  5. Chelsea Flea, Saturdays & Sundays, West 25th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue, Manhattan

  6. Greenflea, Sundays, Columbus Avenue between W. 76th and W. 77th Streets, Manhattan

  7. Hell’s Kitchen Flea, Saturdays & Sundays, West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues, Manhattan

  8. Nolita Market, Prince Street between Mulberry & Mott Streets, Manhattan

  9. Pompeii Artisan Flea Market, Saturdays & Sundays, Bleecker Street between Leroy and Carmine, Manhattan

  10. St. Anthony’s Market, Fridays – Sundays, Houston Street between Thompson and MacDougal Streets, Manhattan

  11. Vintage Holidays at the East 67 Street Flea,  Saturdays, PS 183, East 67th Street, Manhattan

Visit the 2015 Holiday Markets Guide for details on over 60 holiday events in all 5 boroughs!

~Karen Seiger, Markets of New York City

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