Hell's Kitchen Flea Market
New York, NY 10018
Village Voice's Description
The next Chelsea, apparently. This fast-growing space was started by Alan Boss, the man who founded the Chelsea Flea Market in 1976. Here, there is food to buy (prepared as well as fresh produce and flowers) and plastic tables with umbrellas for shoppers to recuperate. But the vendors are serious about their collectionsaand some creations. Look for furniture, mirrors, and other house-wares, as well as hit-or-miss jewelry and vintage accessories.
Tips from foursquare
On a nice afternoon, it’s great to walk through and peek at all the antiquey things for sale, and you might find a deal on designer shoes. Open Saturday & Sundays.
Very interesting goods. It's fun just to look around! Perfect thing to do on a weekend after a nice brunch!
I love that I can get my fill of one-of-a-kind items in one place while also enjoying the weather. If it’s especially beautiful, I’ll continue on to the High Line which is only a short walk away.
Awesome old stuff here.
It was boring 💤
Reviews and News
Upcoming Events Here
9:00 a.m. every Sat., Sun.
Find top-of-the-line secondhand items among the 50 vendors at this market.