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Greenflea Flea Market, New York City

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  • No bathrooms here! Both indoor and outdoor venues. friendly business ownrs. They expect yu to negotiate. Good stuff.  more »
  • but sometimes nothing very special. Some regulars spill over along Columbus Avenue -- my companion and I often buy fresh eggs from a farm in upstate New York. The flea market has a variety of vendors,...  more »
  • I went there based on these reviews. It was interesting for 5 seconds then went down hill. No bargains, nothing amazing (loads of tut from India and Thailand) and crud from America. A few interesting ...  more »
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  • Came to the food truck festival. A lot of the trucks ran out of food early, I think they underestimated how many people would show up in the cold weather. Yankee Doodle Dandy's came prepared for the long haul and had great tasting food to boot. Saw some interesting wares at the flea market, even bought some stuff here and there.
  • There was a good variety of items for sale, although from the website I thought there would be much more. It says "100s" but it seemed like there was only half of that. There were some inside which was nice when the wind started blowing outside. Some of the vendors were selling nice handmade crafts and others were selling yard-sale type wares. It was nice but not very impressive.
  • Fun outdoor/indoor flea market with specialized craft and little oddities
  • You are not going to get a deal here except when it comes to the food. The spinach pies and gyro wraps are so worth it! It's a great place to spend a Sunday morning
  • Average, mostly knick knacks. Would have loved to see some different types of items like at Brooklyn Flea