Time Out says
It's aways a scene: Lower East Side bargain hunters compete with city antiques dealers for the best prices on all things antique and vintage. Hosting more than 100 vendors spread across two floors of an old parking garage, this market is perhaps the best-known in the city, and for good reason—while the prices aren’t the cheapest you’ll find, the merchandise usually hits the mark. It has its share of curio crap, but an early-morning trip through the stalls—best to get there before the postbrunch, hand-holding hordes—can be rewarding. It's run by the folks responsible for the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.
112 W 25th St
|Cross street:||between Sixth and Seventh Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: F, 1 to 23rd St|
|Opening hours:||Sat, Sun 9am–5pm|
|Do you own this business?|