Brooklyn Flea Expands to Park Slope

Expanding in its home borough.
Expanding in its home borough. Photo: Kate Glicksberg/Brooklyn Flea

Soon there will come a day when all of the world’s flea markets bear the Brooklyn Flea logo, feature porchetta-sandwich stands, and offer pour-over coffee. The latest spot to be colonized: The flea market held outside P.S. 321 on Seventh Avenue in Park Slope. The management changeover will happen on Columbus Day weekend, and when it does, expect 40 vendors offering antiques, vintage clothing, and “a tightly curated slection” of jewelry, arts, and crafts. On the food front, Flea co-founder Eric Demby tells Grub Street to expect “maybe one cooked-food vendor so the other vendors can eat and there’s something to nosh on.” [Park Slope Stoop, FiPS, Related]