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Brooklyn Flea Winter Wonderland

Roy Sadler | January 4, 2016 in Business | Comments (0)

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brooklyn-839636_640Just because its winter does not mean there are no flea markets open for your shopping pleasure.

At Industry City enjoy the Winter Flea and Smorgasburg, open every weekend. The market moves indoors all winter in a 50,000 square-foot space in Industry City at 241 37th Street in Williamsburg. You will find over 100 sellers with furniture, housewares, vintage clothing, antiques, jewelry, art, and crafts. Forty vendors have their yummies cooked and packaged foods on sale. Open from 10am to 6pm Saturdays and Sundays.

In Crown Heights head on over to Berg’n at 899 Bergen Street. This is not quite a flea market, but more of a beer and food hall. You will become acquainted with over a dozen taps, 50+bottles and cans, plus food from such beloved vendors as Ed & Bev’s, Lumpia Shack, Mighty Quinn’s BBQ and Samesa. Enjoy Happy Hour Tuesdays through Fridays from 4pm to 7pm. You can even get a private dining room for that special event.

What, you have something to contribute to this great selling adventure. Beginning in April 2016 the ninth season of Brooklyn Flea commences, and you can be part of it. There is an emphasis this year on finding great designers and makers of fashion/clothing, housewares/interiors, functional pieces, and much more. Want to get involved? Go to Brooklyn Flea or contact info@brooklynflea.com.


Smorgasburg/Bar on the Seaport for Some Brewsky Fun

Roy Sadler | August 14, 2013 in Entertainment,Restaurants | Comments (0)

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SmorgasBar/Burg on the South Street Seaport

SmorgasBar/Burg on the South Street Seaport

Have you been out to the South Street Seaport lately? Check out the new Smorgasburg and enjoy the 300-seat beer garden and eight different hamburger sellers under one roof. From now until October a dozen market favorites including Pizza Moto, Landhaus, Asia Dog and Oyster Bar will be selling their wares at the market on Front Street.

There are two temporary bars created for the Smorgasburg experience, one inside, and the other on top of old shipping containers which bring brews to the patrons of the beer garden. On tap are favorites such as Captain Lawrence Kolsch and Sixpoint Sweet Action. Wines and cocktails are also available. For the teatotalers among us there are slushies from Kevin Natural Slush Company. Prefer your slushie spiked? Bartenders on hand are glad to help.

Location: Front Street in New York’s Financial District between Beekman and Fulton Streets
Hours: Monday-Thursday and Sunday- 11am-10pm; Friday and Saturday 11am-11pm