Brooklyn Flea is Big & Cool & It's Coming
We're slightly behind the curve about Brooklyn Flea this week, but given all the press big and cool new flea market coming to Fort Greene from our friends at Brownstoner has gotten the last few days, (New York Magazine hit it on Monday; the Daily News wrote it up at length yesterday.) one would have to be out of touch to not already know about it. It opens on April 6. We thought Brooklyn Flea was going to be cool, but it's going to be even bigger and better than we figured, with so many vendors interested in participating, that there will be rotation from week to week (which will also give people a reason to keep returning). There's going to be excellent food, concert to kick it off and more. It will be every Sunday from 10AM-5PM at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School on Clermont Avenue. The market will cover the 40,000-square-foot schoolyard. It's not going out on a limb to predict that Brooklyn Flea is going to be a huge success.
Labels: Fort Greene