The Definitive Guide To The Markets Of NYC

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Sure, we've got the skinny of a bunch of cool spots for market shopping—think the Brooklyn Flea, the Hester Street Fair, or a Cheesemonger. But for all those who suffer from FMO (Fear of Missing Out), now there's a comprehensive guide to all NYC has got to offer market-wise, appropriately titled Markets of New York City: A Guide to the Best Artisan, Farmer, Food, and Flea Markets. Lest the name seems a tad overwhelming, fret not: The guide is super-simple, easy to read, and informative. Author and blogger Karen Seiger definitely knows what's up, with recs for die-hard shoppers and bargain hunters, plus options for collectors, crafters, and gourmands. Some top bets include the Bust Magazine Craftaculars, the New Amsterdam Market, and the Arthur Avenue Retail Market. So, whether your passion leans towards Bakelite bracelets or crumbly ancient Shepherd cheese, everything you could ever dream of is finally put into one amazing package.
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