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Artists & Fleas, Brooklyn

(4.2/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • The market is very cute. Here too, as with the Brooklyn Flea, you will find yourself immersed in an atmosphere all reserved for this neighborhood, very special and fascinating. This, unlike the other, devoted almost exclusively to flea markets and vintage, is reserved almost exclusively for craftsmen. So if you are passionate about: flea markets or, you can't beat a ride at this place, including accessories, prints, pastries and various foods (always fantastic crafts and packaging), all accompanied by DJ sets in the background. The only flaw that I feel compelled to point out, the little variety between the goods on display. Many many different metals jewelry display stands, all very nice but all on the same genre. From a market of craftsmen in the United States (home to Etsy) and especially by one of the leading to New York Williamsburg hipster super district, I would have expected a little more. After the market, take a ride in the Williamsburg neighborhood among all its various clubs, beautiful!
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  • Artisans in Brooklyn, by Williamsburg market. Of all, clothing, jewelry, sunglasses, and other crafts. Worth shop around on Saturday, you always find something, of all prices, well decorated local and good temperature.
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  • I suppose I got a taste of how the locals in Williamsburg shop and how they have money to burn. Lots of wild and crazy stuff to look at, that's for sure.  more »
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  • A must for anyone going anywhere near #Brooklyn. Fantastic friendly vibe, amazing original products - from stunning clothes made by fashions scraps to the cutest dog leads, the coolest bags me from magazines to recycled New York maps. And all in the heart of such a cool area.
  • I don't know if you would exactly call this a flea market because everything is expensive as hell. Its a nice way to kill 30 minutes but you'd be smarter off coming out of here empty handed. We stopped by here after going to the Smorgasburg. If you find some unique artistic piece it might be worth spending some money but it was the same stuff I'd seen at the Brooklyn Bazaar for the most part.
  • I was expecting to pop in for 2 or 3 minutes on my way back from Smorgasburg, but there were actually a number of pretty cool vendors in here. Everything from candles to kitchen aprons to very unique clothing, toys, and clever bags. If you're in the hood for Smorgasburg, totally worth dropping in for 5 minutes or however long you end up staying... :)
  • Sensational spot for hand-made trinkets and jewellery. Air-conditioned, quirky and right next to Smorgasburg. It's a definite stop-in.
  • Big air-conditioned flea market. Nice selections