Summer 2014: Food and Flea Markets Abound

Harlem Eats

Harlem Eats, uptown food truck and street food market, presents New Yorkers with the opportunity to experience Harlem’s burgeoning scene every Saturday from May 10th – Nov 1st. There’s always an array of gourmet street food cuisines and delicacies to choose from.

Location: Fredrick Douglas Blvd. between 117th & 118th Street
Transportation: B or C to 116th or 2/3 train to 116th (walk 2 blocks west)
Prices: Food and drinks are $1 – $10 Cash Only

Vendors include:

Sweet Dreams Gourmet Mini Donuts
Mr. Nice Guy Classic Sliders with Fries
Toum Exquisite Middle Eastern Dishes
Brazilian Barbecue
Takumi TacoJapanese Inspired Mexican Tacos
Frittering Away “Specialty Lemonades in a Jar”
Jerk ShackCaribbean BBQ and Jerk Everything
It’sKaleKale Snacks, Delicious and Healthy in One Bite”

Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn Flea is open for the season, with new locations and hours:

Fort Greene Flea » Saturday 10am-5pm, 176 Lafayette Ave. (btw. Clermont + Vanderbilt Ave.)
Smorgasburg (Williamsburg) »
Saturday 11am-6pm, East River State Park (90 Kent Ave at N. 7 St.)
Williamsburg Flea »
Sunday 10am-5pm, 50 Kent Ave. (btw. N. 11+12 St.)
Smorgasburg (Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5) »
Sunday 11am-6pm, Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5
Park Slope P.S. 321 »
Saturday + Sunday 10am-5pm, PS 321, 180 Seventh Avenue (btw. 1 + 2 St.), Park Slope
Central Park SummerStage »
May-September at All Events, Rumsey Playfield, 72 St. + 5th Ave., Central Park

For details, check out

Essex Street Market and Hester Street Fair

On the Lower East Side, 120 Essex Street (at Delancey Street), Monday – Saturday: 8am to 7pm , Sunday: 10am to 6pm
“Essex Street Market specializes in a wide variety of culinary products including gourmet cheeses, premium cuts of meat, fresh fish and general grocery items. We are a public market made up of many smaller merchants who pride themselves on getting to know their customers. Our friendly merchants offer you distinctive products in a welcoming, community-oriented environment. At Essex Street Market, you can be on a first-name basis with your butcher, cheese seller, grocer, and fishmonger.”—

SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS, 11AM – 6PM, APRIL 26 – OCTOBER 26, Corner of Hester and Essex

“Located in the heart of the Lower East Side and housed on the historic grounds of New York City’s largest pushcart market at the turn of the century, the Hester Street Fair pays homage to those roots by bringing together a collection of NYC’s best vendors in a bustling outdoor marketplace.  We curate the finest artisanal food, vintage clothing, jewelry, crafts, home goods and much more. “ —

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