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City Secrets: A Perfect Day at The Brooklyn Flea

From November through March, the Brooklyn Flea moves indoors for the Winter Flea with 100 vintage,antique and other vendors plus 25 vendors selling food every Saturday + Sunday, 10am-6pm. The 30,000+sf space is in Crown Heights at 1000 Dean St. (btw. Classon + Franklin) and next door to the Berg'n?beer hall. Check out our favorite highlights below!

 

From November through March, the Brooklyn Flea moves indoors for the Winter Flea with 100 vintage,antique and other vendors plus 25 vendors selling food every Saturday + Sunday, 10am-6pm. The 30,000+sf space is in Crown Heights  at 1000 Dean St. (btw. Classon + Franklin) and next door to the Berg'n beer hall. Check out our favorite highlights below!

 

 

Let the indulgence begin! Start your day at the coffee bar: Enjoy new local roaster Parlor Coffee which  also has a range of pastries including those Dough donuts you?ve seen on Instagram. Now it?s time to check out the  other vendors: Asia Dog, Pizza Moto, Ramen Burger all offering delicious brunch options, just so you know Mighty Quinn?s BBQ cures all hangovers. Grab a bloody mary or hot toddy at the bar. Take in the tunes from Flea record vendor Evan Jones on the hi-fi and chill.

 

 

Now it?s time to shop!

Belly filled, wander through the back door of Berg?n into the main Flea space, here you will find 100 vendors await you. Check out the map below to  help you get your bearings.

 

 

If you?re at your leisure, take your time and visit every vendor?they?re all special and lovely folks to boot.

 

If you?re on a schedule, here?s a short list of don?t-miss vendors: dAN?s Parent?s HouseJarontiques, Rue St.-Denis, Claudia Pearson, Nina Z clogs, Jones Music, and Christian Rathbone. You?ll get a feel for the whole market if you visit eveyone on the above list. 

 

 

 

The best news: with so many things to look at and find, there?s a vendor for everyone. Splitting up and walking around solo is always a great way to enjoy the Flea at your own pace. If you need a meeting place, we recommend the gigantic sign that says ?More This Way.?

 

Peckish yet? Grab a snack in the packaged food area of the big, open hallway/arcade. There?s cheese (aged in a cave two doors down!), small-batch sausage, pickles, nuts, granola, cookies, donuts,  chocolate, and more. Even a whole booth dedicated to horseradish, and another for nut milks. (Hey, it?s Brooklyn.) Nibble now and take something home for later.

 

 

The Brooklyn Flea

Saturdays & Sundays 10am-6pm 

Goods + Food =125 Vendors