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New York's Best Holiday Pop Up Markets

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The holiday season in New York is a truly magical time. The tree lights are glittering, the shops are adorned with festive decor and the holiday markets have opened their doors and are excitedly awaiting your arrival. Here’s a look at some of our favorites that are open this season: 

Winter Village At Bryant Park
With over 60 festive booths, Bryant Park’s Winter Village offers unique crafts, holiday goodies, delicious food and a 17,000 square foot ice skating rink perfect for a festive day with friends and family. The Lodge Deck is the latest rink side restaurant serving up holiday fare that can be enjoyed outdoors.
The Rink and Lodge Deck are open daily from 8AM – 10PM
Holiday shops are open Mon – Fri from 11AM – 8PM and Sat & Sun from 10AM – 8PM
Bryant Park, 40th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue

The Makers Show At City Point
City Point and The Makers Show have teamed up this season for a holiday market that supports small businesses and social justice. The debut market is co-curated by NYC pride Marketdest and Da Spot, and features a variety of local minority run businesses and food from the Dekalb Food Hall.
Open Friday- Sunday 11AM – 8PM
10 City Point at Albee Square West

Brooklyn Flea Dumbo
Brooklyn Flea has found a new home at Pearl Plaza in Dumbo with unobstructed views  of the Manhattan Bridge. Over 40 vintage and handmade vendors congregate together selling an assortment of one of a kind goods. Plus, you can find warm holiday drinks and snacks all along Pearl Street for the season.
Saturdays from 10AM to 5PM
Pearl Street Triangle at Water Street 

Artist & Fleas
The constantly revolving marketplace in SoHo features an ever-changing roster of artists and merchants selling their goods on the corner of Broome and Broadway. It’s the perfect place to find a unique gift for someone special this holiday season.
Open every Fri – Sun from 10AM – 7PM
490 Broadway at Broome Street

Chelsea Flea
From the team behind Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea, Chelsea Flea is another must see market with over 40 vendors – Think great records, antique jewelry, vintage clothing, decor, artwork, plants and dried flowers.
Open every Sat & Sun 8AM – 4PM
West 25th Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue 

Turnstyle Underground Market
The Columbus Circle subway station has a lovely underground market that’s perfect for picking up gifts and snacks from local vendors (Note: no metrocard required). This is the market’s third year, which now features 18 seasonal vendors and 39 permanent underground eateries and shops.
Most vendors are open late, but check with individual shops for hours of operation
Columbus Circle Subway Station under 8th Avenue between 57th & 58th Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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