Artists & Fleas

Shopping, Markets and fairs Williamsburg
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Artists and Fleas

Artists and Fleas (Photograph: Fumihiko Sugino for Artists & Fleas)
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Photograph: Fumihiko Sugino for Artists & Fleas

Artists and Fleas

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Photograph: Fumihiko Sugino for Artists & Fleas

Artists and Fleas

Artists and Fleas (Photograph: Fumihiko Sugino for Artists & Fleas)
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Photograph: Fumihiko Sugino for Artists & Fleas

Artists and Fleas

This popular shopping joint is open all year round and recently expanded to host live performances and 100 sellers every weekend. Make sure to snag some of the new merch—vintage from Thriftwares ranging from the 1950s–1990s, downtown-cool jewels by Wicked Heathens and hats from ALIENSofBROOKLYN. 

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Venue name: Artists & Fleas
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Address: 70 North 7th St
Brooklyn

Cross street: between Kent and Wythe Aves
Opening hours: Sat, Sun 10am–7pm
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: $$
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Adreanna M
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I love stopping by here when I'm in Williamsburg. However, be aware that the crowd can get insane here on weekends. The space is on the smaller side, so it can easily get crowded. It is still worth checking out when you are able to move around. There are many unique vendors. I have gotten some of my coolest accessories here, including kitten gloves and photographic jewelry. Be sure to come by regularly because some the vendors change.

Chloe W
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I've been here multiple times, but I've never found a "must have" item despite the large variety of items for purchase.  The shops are really fun to look at (you must stop by the selection of vintage clothes), but the space is always incredibly crowded with sellers and buyers and is difficult to navigate - especially if there's an item you're interested in learning about.  The Williamsburg location is best avoided on weekends, as that's when the crowd is at its peak.