The Flea and Smorgasburg are located indoors in Williamsburg until the end of March 2014, with 150+ vendors of antiques, handmade, jewelry, art, and food.

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Fort Greene Aerial

Flippin' Pupusas

Finger Painting

PHOTO CREDIT: Kate Glicksberg

Cool Vintage

Glasses

Yarns

Head and Shoulders

Hunters and Gatherers

Wburgers

Caught!

45s

Boxes

Picker's Delight

Vintage Clocks + Glass

Cute Gal

Flowers

Mmmm...Pizza

Relaxin' at ze Flea

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Brisket Worth Talking About (And Waiting For)

By LB

August 20, 2014 | Filed Under Blog

Smorgasburg's Lonestar Empire and Mighty Quinns are both featured in a New York Times feature on the popular smoked cut of meat. (Photo by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times)

Fun Flea Finds

By LB

August 19, 2014 | Filed Under Blog Fan Fotos

A vintage milkshake maker for your own personal Shake Shack, and other fun finds!

What's New in Williamsburg?

By LB

August 15, 2014 | Filed Under Blog What's New?

Antique oddities, reupholstered and refinished mid century gems, and some pretty cool new ways to use a vintage suitcase. This Sunday, help us welcome our newest additions to the Williamsburg line-up!

Central Park Smorg September 19!

By Demby

August 14, 2014 | Filed Under Blog Featured Uncategorized

For one night only, Smorgasburg is happening at SummerStage Central Park with 30 fave vendors, DJs, and a bar.

What's New At the Flea?

By LB

August 8, 2014 | Filed Under Blog What's New?

Handmade soap, repurposed vintage, all natural mochi—and a sunny forecast to boot! See you at the Flea this weekend!

Liquid Refreshment

By LB

August 4, 2014 | Filed Under Blog Fan Fotos

Yeah, we love food and we love fashion, but sometimes under this summer sun you have to take a minute and wash down the browsing and feasting with something cold and delicious. And cold—did we say that?

Fan Fotos: Tiny Treasures

By LB

July 28, 2014 | Filed Under Blog Fan Fotos

Sometimes the smaller the treasure, the better chance it has of finding a home in our Tetris-like living spaces.