LIC Flea & Food

Things to do , Markets and fairs LIC Flea & Food , Long Island City Until Sunday October 30 2016 Free
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LIC Flea & Food
Photograph: Boro Magazine
Malu ice-cream
Mason Jar Critter by Kudu-lah

This open-air bazaar is Queens’ answer to the Brooklyn Flea, as both markets offer a wide array of retro wares and antiques, finger-licking–delicious eats and gorgeous skyline views that could bring a tear to the eye of the most jaded New Yorker. But it certainly pays to take a train or ferry to enjoy the Flea’s all-Queens Beer and Wine Garden, serving eight beers from spots like SingleCut Beersmiths and Queens Brewery; the suds will come in handy when you need to wash down Butcher Bar’s wood-smoked BBQ and red velvet funnel cake from A Lil’ Bit of Fun. More like a Lil’ Bit of yum, right?

Venue name: LIC Flea & Food
Address: 5-25 46th Ave
Long Island City
Cross street: between Vernon Blvd and 5th St
Price: $$
Event phone: 718-866-8089

Average User Rating

3.3 / 5

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Ken W

Great foodie spot. Some interesting vendors. Nice (crowded) biergarten. Next to Rockaway Brewery.

Dennis D

Was OK. Small flea market with not much to see. Great food vendors. Food was on the pricey side, but heck, if anything, a walk to the water one block down with some fries you pick up at the flea makes the trip worthwhile on a nice sunny day. Gets 3 stars because of size of the flea market, very limited variety, and higher-than-normal flea prices.

Ariel A

I love LIC Flea! They have fantastic food. I always taste my way through the entire market. It's reasonably priced and always a great time. 


Really amazing food and drink choices. Its a small place but they've got it all. Would be nice to see some more hand-made furniture and art pieces. However, it does fluctuate in selection. I completely recommend this!


The owners are very selective who they want as a vendors its a flea market