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Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market, New York City

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  • We were disappointed by this market, it is quite small and has a very limited range of things for sale. There were some authentic-looking west African masks for sale, some fake 'designer' handbags and...  more »
  • I'm so glad I went. I love Malcolm X and what he represented, so I am ecstatic to see they preserved this place beautifully. To look at the spot where this beautiful buffalo soldier fell, it's heartbr...  more »
  • The market was pretty much as expected. We were there a bit early (at about 10.45) or it was part of the dealers a little late. There was a lot of jewelry and clothing, but above all there was a salesman who sold the drums in various sizes at affordable prices. I took the opportunity to buy a cool colorful dress. The biggest proceeds, however, was the seafood store next to-Sea & Sea Fish Market. Do not miss it! Easy to get there by subway. The station was only a block away from the Harlem Market at Malcolm X Boulevard.
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  • If I had more money, I would have purchased much more. Lots of vendors with beautiful skirts, shirts, and dresses. There were also groups there purchasing beautiful purses for rock bottom prices. I purchased skirts for 1/2 of what I would have paid on Etsy.
  • Went to buy an African dress here but got scammed. The dress was $25. The dude charges $250 instead. After pointing out the mistake and noting that it was "Saturday and could not reverse the charge", he wrote a check for $200. See the difference? Careful who you feel with. There are probably other good merchants here, but this was my experience.
  • The Harlem Market was such a delight and welcoming venture especially because my husband is from West Africa. It was like a little bit of Africa in New York. I'm an earring fanatic and I purchased 6 pairs from the market. The vendors carry a variety of items such as jewelry, attire, bags, etc with most items made by hand. Most vendors are willing to negotiate. The market is pretty clean and orderly. There are located in Harlem near the 2 & 3 train. They are located in the vicinity of many restaurants and shopping.
  • Good amazing things to buy. My experience went well, good pricing as well. I'm happy with every purchase I made.
  • Worst place. Rude vendors. Overpriced merchandises... I won't be going back here or in Harlem.