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Brooklyn Night Market

It’s that time of year again! Summer is near, and New York City’s favorite food/drink and artisan markets are popping up for you to indulge in delicious bites while discovering new makers. Scroll through for all the summer fun you shouldn’t miss, featuring the best in local eats, art, music, and more. We added a few upcoming events you can attend as well, but be sure to check out each market’s page for events throughout the summer!

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Updated 7/21/23


Food & Drink Markets

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Brooklyn Night Market

Brooklyn Night Market

📍 Industry City, 36th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, Brooklyn 
📅 Last Monday of the month, May to October: 5/29, 6/26, 7/31, 8/28, 9/25, 10/30; 4-10pm

Brooklyn Night Market is back for its second season, and it’s bigger and better than ever. This year, partnering with Industry City, they are offering an incredible selection of curated and diverse NYC-based food, beverage, and packaged goods vendors; offering a little something for everyone.

Upcoming Events:
Opening Day (May 29th) will feature a variety of NYC-based food and beverage vendors, contests and giveaways, and performances from Rico Jones, City Love, and the resident Monday night DJ – DJ Cosi!

Pride Month Market on June 26th and Summer Festival on July 31st

Bronx Night Market

Bronx Night Market

📍1 Fordham Plaza, The Bronx 
📅 Last Saturday of the month, May to October: 5/27, 6/24, 7/29, 8/26, 9/30, 10/28; 1-7pm

The Bronx’s renowned cuisine and culture festival is back for its 6th season, bringing with it an array of flavors and cultural experiences that represent the city’s diverse heritage. This year’s festival is even bigger and better, offering a curated selection of local Bronx and NYC-based food, beverage, arts & crafts, and packaged goods vendors, showcasing a wide range of cultures and flavors.

Upcoming Events:
Opening Day (May 27th) is the 6th anniversary and birthday of the Bronx Night Market! Join for a high-energy, Bronx-style celebration. Indulge in a diverse array of delicious food, groove to lively music performances, and win amazing prizes. 

Pride Month Market on June 24th and Summer Festival on July 30th

Vegan Night Market

Vegan Night Market

📍 Wollman Rink at Central Park (59th Street & 5th Avenue) 
📅 Every Tuesday, June-October; 5-9pm

Enjoy the best plant-based cuisine at NYC’s first-ever vegan night market! Discover delicious food and drink options from local artisans, sample new vegan products, and connect with like-minded individuals. Whether you’re a seasoned vegan or just curious about the lifestyle, there’s something for everyone at Vegan Night Market. 

Uptown Night Market

Uptown Night Market

📍 West 133rd and 12th Avenue 
📅 Every 2nd Thursday of the month, April to October: 6/8, 7/13, 8/10, 9/14, 10/12; 4-10pm

The 3rd season of New York’s largest cuisine, culture, and community festival is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before with its celebration of cuisines worldwide, cultures with diverse performances, and communities with various all-family activities. The festival is now Under the Arches in West Harlem, bringing together an array of food vendors, each showcasing unique and delicious flavors from all over the world.

Upcoming Events:
Pride Month Market on June 8th, Summer Festival on July 13th, and Harlem Week on August 10th

Queens Night Market

Queens Night Market

📍 New York Hall Of Science; Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens 
📅 Saturdays through August 19th AND September 16th – October 28th (break during US Open), 5pm-Midnight

The Queens Night Market is a large open-air night market, featuring up to 100 independent vendors selling merchandise, art, and food and featuring small-scale cultural performances, all celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of NYC and Queens.


Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, attracting thousands of people each weekend to Brooklyn and Manhattan to eat from dozens of local vendors. 

Smorgasburg Williamsburg 

📍Marsha P. Johnson State Park, 90 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn 
📅 Saturday & Sundays through October, 11am-6pm

Upcoming Events:
The 2nd Anniversary of Ube Festival on June 10th in partnership with the Philippines Festival, where you can satisfy your Ube craving, from savory, sweets, drinks, merch, and more surprises.

Smorgasburg WTC

📍 The Oculus, Fulton & Church Streets 
📅 Fridays, Through October, 11am-7pm

Smorgasburg Prospect Park

📍 Prospect Park, Breeze Hill, Brooklyn 
📅 Saturdays & Sundays through October, 11am-6pm

Upcoming Events:
Second annual burger bonanza! Smorgasburger is coming back to Prospect Park Sunday, May 28th to kick off the summer season! Feast on burgers done every which way by some of your favorite vendors and enjoy a day of games + prizes including their first-ever Ghost Pepper Burger Challenge!

Think!Chinatown Chinatown Night Market

Think Chinatown Chinatown Night Market
Credit: Kyle Lee

📍 Forsyth Plaza (Forsyth & Canal Streets)
📅 June- September, once a month: Friday, June 23rd (postponed), Sunday, July 23rd (7-10pm), Friday, August 11th (8-11pm), and Friday, September 8th (8-11pm).

Join Think!Chinatown for the third year of their summer series of food, art & music at the iconic gateway of the Manhattan Bridge. This open-air cultural festival features Chinatown-focused programming alongside local art & food vendors.

Artisans of traditional folk art crafts like paper cutting art, sugar painting, and braided straw figures demonstrated their artform, all of which were available for purchase.

Latin Night Market

Latin Night Market

📍Dyckman between Dyckman Plaza & Inwood Park
📅 Friday, September 22nd, 4pm

Latin Night Market in Dyckman, the first-ever large-scale food and culture festival dedicated to the Latin & Hispanic diaspora, is happening on the opening day of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Latin Night Market celebrates a collection of Central and South American gastronomies and beverages. This one-of-a-kind event will highlight live performances featuring genres such as salsa, reggae, rumba, jazz, Latin pop, and hip hop, as well as a selection of family-friendly activities, art installations, raffles, giveaways, and more.

Artisan Markets

Dumbo Ferry Market

Dumbo Ferry Market

📍 13 Everit Street (across from the Fulton Ferry Landing), Brooklyn 
📅 Saturdays & Sundays, 12-8pm

DUMBO Ferry Market is a brand new curated artisan marketplace for creatives, small businesses, and local shops located in the historic Fulton Ferry District, favorite to locals and tourists, and one of the most iconic landmarks in Brooklyn!

Brooklyn Flea

Brooklyn Flea

📍 DUMBO Archway, 80 Pearl Street 
📅 Saturdays & Sundays through December, 10am-5pm

Brooklyn Flea has grown into one of New York City’s top attractions, featuring hundreds of top vendors of furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles, and antiques, as well as a tightly curated selection of jewelry, art, and crafts by local artisans and designers, plus delicious fresh food.

Chelsea Flea

Chelsea Flea

📍 29 W 25th Street 
📅 Saturdays & Sundays, year-round, 8am-4pm

Chelsea Flea is focused on high-quality antiques, unique vintage goods, architectural salvage, and collectibles, with 50-60 vintage + antiques vendors.

FAD Market


📍 Empire Stores, 55 Water Street, Brooklyn 
📅 June-August (Saturdays & Sundays): June 3th+4th, July 8th+9th, August 5th+6th; 11am-6pm

This summer, FAD Market continues its monthly pop-up at Dumbo’s Empire Stores. Discover over 30 talented makers, artisans, and small businesses in New York City and beyond, featuring a curated selection of goods including handmade jewelry, apparel, body and skincare, tableware, and artisanal packaged food. Explore the best of Dumbo, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and Time Out Market’s 20+ food vendors.

Governors Island

📍 Governors Island, King Avenue 
📅 Third weekend (Saturdays & Sundays) of the month, June to October: June 17+18, July 15th+16th, August 19th+20th, September 16th+17th, October 21st+22nd; 11am – 5pm

FAD Market is returning to Governors Island for the third year, taking place along the tree-lined King Ave, nestled between historic early 20th century buildings, steps away from where the food trucks rally. Featuring a rotating lineup of over 35 of the city’s emerging makers, designers, artists, and small businesses, featuring handcrafted jewelry, art, apparel, bath and body care, tableware, home furnishings, artisanal packaged food, and more.

Boerum Hill

📍 The Invisible Dog Art Center, 51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn 
📅 Saturday & Sundays, June 24th+25th, July 29th+30th; 11am – 6pm

FAD Market in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill. Shop a rotating vendor lineup of handcrafted goods from over 50 makers, designers, and small businesses, featuring everything from crafted jewelry and apparel to bath and body care, tableware, home furnishings, artisanal packaged food, and stay to explore the best of BoCoCa (Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Carroll Gardens neighborhoods).

Brooklyn Heights

📍 Montague Street, between Clinton and Hicks Streets, Brooklyn 
📅 Saturday, June 10th, 12-6pm

FAD Marketing is partnering with Montague BID for Open Streets on Montague (their old hood) to bring over 45 makers, artists, and small businesses to Montague Street, the heart of Brooklyn Heights, offering everything from crafted jewelry and apparel to bath and body care, tableware, home furnishings, and artisanal packaged food.

Greenpointers Open Air Market


📍Greenpoint Waterfront, 2 Noble Street
📅Saturdays & Sundays, 11am-6pm

Eat to your heart’s desire then dance it all off before shopping from some of the best of Brooklyn’s makers, artisans, and small businesses.

Upcoming Events:
Memorial Day Weekend: On Sunday, May 28th, Brooklyn Swings is bringing some vintage jazz-age style fun and FREE dance lessons! Dance to live performances by Evan Hamaguchi & Friends. Harlem Seafood Soul will also be dishing up some southern faves like creamy shrimp and grits, fried mac & cheese, and seafood po’ boys, in addition to other international vendor cuisines.

Grand Bazaar

Grand Bazaar

📍 100 W 77th Street (at Columbus Avenue) 
📅 Every Sunday, year-round, 10am – 5pm

Grand Bazaar NYC is the oldest, largest, and most diverse curated weekly market in New York City, featuring up to 200 local independent artists, designers, craft-makers, vintage and antique dealers, and artisanal food entrepreneurs; passing on 100% of its profits to four local public schools.

Upcoming Events:
International Bazaar on May 28th, and the NYC Home Decor & Accessories Bazaar on June 4th.

Harlem Bazaar

Harlem Bazaar

📍 125th & Adam Clayton Powell 
📅 June-October (first Sunday of the month): 6/4, 7/2, 8/6, 9/3, 10/1; 11am-5pm

Harlem Bazaar is returning to the heart of Harlem for its second season spotlighting Uptown’s creators, designers, inventors, artists, and visionaries, featuring a carefully curated selection of local merchandise, apparel, arts & crafts, hand-crafted items, packaged goods, food, and beverage vendors. In addition to live music, dance, and theater performances.

This year, introducing the Incubator – an experience highlighting different local businesses each month, as well as an Outdoor Gallery showcasing live art from artists all over the Upper New York area.

Brooklyn Pop-up

Brooklyn Pop-up produces curated indoor and outdoor retail events with a revolving group of artisans and vendors. Featuring contemporary fashion, accessories, home goods, beauty, and jewelry vendors, as well as artists and artisanal distillers. 

Brooklyn Museum

📍 Plaza in front of the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 
📅 Every Sunday through mid-November, 10:30am-5:30pm

First Saturdays at Brooklyn Museum

📍 3rd Floor, along the perimeter of the Beaux-Arts Court 
📅 First Saturday of the month through October, 5-9:45pm

Themes: June (6/3)- Pride Month, July (7/1)- Africa Fashion Exhibit celebration, August (8/5) – Caribbean Heritage, October (10/7)- Latinx Heritage

Fort Greene

📍 Along DeKalb Avenue from Washington Park to South Oxford Street, Brooklyn
📅 Every Saturday, 9-4pm


📍 Washington Park and on DeKalb Avenue from Washington Park to South Oxford Street, Brooklyn 
📅 Sunday, June 18th, 11am-6pm

In collaboration with Buy BLK. Shop the best of Brooklyn with a roster of 40+ artisans, designers, and makers selling contemporary fashion, accessories, home goods, beauty, jewelry, food, and more!

Hester Street Fair

Hester Street Fair

📍 Pier 17, 89 South Street 
📅 Saturdays & Sundays through October, 11am – 6pm

Hester Street Fair is partnering with The Seaport’s Pier 17 for its 14th season with a roster of 60+ vendors featuring food, fashion, art, and more.

Upcoming Events:
Memorial Day Weekend (May 27th & 28th), Nick Spaceman hits the DJ tent, West 32’s Soju Bar returns, and XPIZZA’s residency has created a one-stop shop for the underground arts including zines, clothes, and tons of vinyl. 

‘Girl Power’ All Women-Owned Market on June 3rd, featuring resume-building, journaling sessions, community-building, DIY bracelet-making, and a very active DJ tent.

4th Pride, All Queer-Owned Market on June 24th featuring over 50 LGBTQIA+ businesses, artists, cooks, DJs, and performers participating. 

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