LIC Flea & Food

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LIC Flea & Food
Photograph: Boro Magazine
Malu ice-cream
Mason Jar Critter by Kudu-lah
Lovers of vintage goods will enjoy this open-air bazaar, which organizers hope will become Queens’ answer to the Brooklyn Flea. Take a train or ferry (a free bus shuttles visitors to and from the East River Ferry Terminal) to the market and browse Harold and Maude vintage duds ($5–$250), Deepcuts kitschy totes ($20) and cartoonish prints ($14) from local artist Kudu-lah.
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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