Delicious food, local products, fruit & vegetables – you’ll find it all just by wandering through the 5 boroughs and their open-air markets.
Start (on an empty stomach!) with Smorgasburg in Lower Manhattan, whose food stalls are full of surprises. The best part? You can enjoy your food at the World Trade Center’s Oculus.
A borough well known for its cultural diversity, the Bronx Night Market offers live music and traditional food from all over the world, from Latin to Italian, soul food to Caribbean.
Don’t forget to stop by the Queen’s Night Market with its vibrant atmosphere and its great range of international food to be enjoyed listening to hits from the 90s and 2000s!
At the Brooklyn Flea, you’ll find antique furniture, denim jackets, and vintage cameras under the arcades of the Manhattan Bridge.
And don’t miss out on the Grand Bazaar NYC, which has been around for at least the past 35 years, featuring vintage dresses, children’s books, old picture frames, spices from around the world, and of course, great food from all over to enjoy.