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Fort Greene Flea, Brooklyn

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • I love this type of district activities, shared photos will give you the details, so I'm not going to write. Old, new food, furniture, clothes, records, pictures, carpets ... There's everything the city, but it's not so cheap, you have to negotiate.
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  • We travelled from Floral Park on the LIRR to get here alighting at Atlantic Terminal. The market was a short walk from here. This market is not to be confused with Brooklyn Flea market which is in Wil...  read more »
  • It is a flea market outdoor open Saturdays from 10 am to 17 pm. It is not too easy to get but worth it, they have a lot of interesting things at good prices. I found a map of New York in 1930 for $30, a jewel! There are food stalls, I recommend a few kids who make hamburgers with roast beef and BBQ sauce that you suck you fingers. LOA surrounding worth visiting separately, nearby is the Park of Fort Greene, which is very nice and has a very interesting farmers market the same day. The houses are typical Brooklyn style seen in the films. Very nice.
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  • A less crowded but equally good smorgasburg. For instance, Porchetta rarely has a line. Slightly less food options than smorgasburg but a lot more great flea vendors including vintage shops and local clothing and furniture artisans
  • You can find everything from antique door knobs to furniture here. I thought the antique/ vintage prices were okay, but the food trucks are RIDICULOUSLY expensive. I'd shop here, then go sit down somewhere else to eat.
  • Great to go have a look around and spot something funky to buy. Food vendors are a highlight.
  • Some cool food stalls, everything else was ok and very expensive
  • Similar to smorgasburg, food faire also featuring antiques and handmade furniture
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