Brooklyn Night Bazaar will be in Greenpoint year-round
The popular nighttime fair plans to set up shop in a 23,000-square-foot warehouse on November 1.
Tue Oct 8 2013
Photograph courtesy JDS Architects
Brooklyn Night Bazaar is getting a new, permanent home. The popular pop-up market, which has occupied a 40,000-square-foot Williamsburg warehouse for the past two years, will become a permanent fixture at its new Greenpoint digs on Banker Street between Meserole and Norman Avenues. At 23,000 square feet, the new site is significantly smaller than its former spot (so you can likely expect bigger crowds).
Pending community-board approval, the organizers plan to open the fair on weekends starting November 1. As in past years, the event will feature a host of indie crafters and artisans who will be hawking apparel, accessories, housewares and artwork. Food offerings will come from vendors such as Rosamunde Sausage, BrisketTown, Lobster Joint and lots more. And on the entertainment side of things there will be minigolf, table tennis, art installations and live music curated by a different tastemaking outlet each weekend. Stay tuned for more details.
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