What's New at the Brooklyn Flea?
The popular market and its culinary offspring, Smorgasburg, offer more than 250 vendors selling hand-crafted furniture, vintage clothes, one-of-a-kind jewelry and mouthwatering food.
The Brooklyn Flea and its culinary offspring, Smorgasburg, kicked off the spring/summer season this month, attracting an estimated 30,000 people on the first weekend alone. As anyone who’s visited the markets knows, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed by the bounty of wares and food booths — overwhelmed in a good way, of course. There are more than 250 Flea vendors selling hand-crafted furniture, vintage clothes and one-of-a-kind jewelry, and Smorgasburg — which gained 30 new vendors this season — touts some of the city’s best donuts, grilled cheese sandwiches and buttermilk biscuits. FrontDoor reached out to some of the new vendors to see what they have on tap.