The Brooklyn Flea is back, too — and it's moving!
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The colossal group of vendors will be indoors from November 8 until March.
Food halls and markets are quickly becoming both vendors' and diners' preferred places for assembling some of New York's very best food.
Even locally made kombucha couldn't stave off "diminishing" interest.
If it is delicious, there is a 99 percent chance it will be served here.
It opens in March.
Williamsburg locals are cool with artisanal biscuits, but some say they don't need them all the time.
The ever-growing Flea will take over the market outside P.S. 321.
The small batch food vendor movement heads down I-95.
Recently, a new wave of Israeli food has made inroads on the list of Zeitgeist-y New York cuisines.
The Brooklyn-based market takes its show on the road to Philly this summer with a location at the Piazza.
Brooklyn’s preeminent alfresco buffet sets up for its third season.
Thanks to Goldman Sachs.
If you think that they're all the same, think again.
Smorgasburg's prepared food is so popular, local farmers are having trouble keeping up.
The Brooklyn Flea throws a food blowout in Williamsburg, plus another on Governors Island.
A hundred-plus food vendors! And it's currently accepting applications.