Which street markets in New York are worth visiting this fall?

Which street markets in New York are worth visiting this fall?

Grand Bazaar is New York City’s oldest, largest and most diverse weekly shopping market. A lot of interesting events await you in September and October, as the organizers report Grand Bazaar NYC.

Every Sunday, the market provides a marketplace for local independent artists, designers, artisans, vintage and antique dealers, and entrepreneurs. You should definitely add events to your Google calendar so you don’t miss out on this fall’s top pop art events.

The New York Grand Bazaar (originally GreenFlea Market) was opened by a group of parents as a simple yard sale to raise funds for their children’s schools around 1979, making it the oldest (flea) market in New York City.

Today, it is the only purpose-driven marketplace that donates 100% of its profits to four public schools, funding arts, after-school education and classroom essentials for over 2,000 children.

Where: Grand Bazaar NYC, 100 West 77th Street

NYC Vintage Fashion Pop-up

When: 23 September

Shop like a vintage fashion connoisseur and eat and drink like a gourmet. Discover rare and exquisite vintage pieces from New York City’s independent vintage fashion dealers. Shop for unique pieces with character and incorporate them into your inspired look.

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Here you will find everything: racks full of vintage dresses and coats from the 60s and 70s, rare handbags from the 1920s and 60s, unique jackets and graphic tees from the 70s and 80s, bodycon slip dresses and jumpsuits from the 1990s, as well as a wide selection of unique vintage costume and antique jewelry.

Enhance your vintage shopping with a dazzling selection of culinary creations from renowned local and international chefs surrounded by art installations at Olly Olly Market. Indulge in Wagyu Chopped Cheese sandwiches, luscious grilled porchetta on ciabatta, authentic Mexican street food prepared by fine dining chefs, interactive Michelin-starred chef tables, and treat yourself to exquisite cocktails from a James Beard Award-winning mixologist.

Come hungry, shop from New York’s best independent vintage dealers, and play a game of pool or foosball.

NYC Autumn Bazaar

When: September 24

One of the best things to do in the fall is visiting New York City’s largest, oldest, and most diverse weekly market.

There are plenty of new vendors and products to discover, as well as plenty of great gifts to discover. Fashion designers and vintage retailers will present their new collections, and homeware retailers will stock new colors and designs. This is the place where true connoisseurs shop.

The food court will feature all kinds of Asian cuisine, from smoked brisket sandwiches to freshly made granola, pickles and olives, as well as delicious sweets.

In total, there will be more than 200 local retail outlets for shopping and dining, both indoors and outdoors.

Each year, the market donates 100% of the Grand Bazaar’s profits to four local public schools, serving more than 2,000 children.

NYC Art & Crafts Market

When: October 1

Here you can meet more than 150 emerging and established independent local artists and craftsmen. You can buy works of art directly from the artists and artisans themselves.

Come view and purchase original paintings, photographs, drawings, illustrations, prints and sculptures. Whether you’re a first-time art buyer or a seasoned collector, there’s something here to suit every taste and budget. Find the most stunning dress and jewelry for a romantic evening or the perfect handmade gift for someone special – you’ll find amazing finds that can’t be found anywhere else.

NYC Vintage Bazaar

When: October 8

Get inspired by 130+ independent vintage sellers and discover your unique and rare vintage finds. Discover and purchase unique pieces with character and turn them into your own inspired creativity.

Here you can find everything: vintage dresses from the 60s and 70s, vintage lamps and radios, real Levi’s jeans, original graphic Ts from the 80s, bags from the 1920s-60s, a wide selection of unique costume and antique jewelry, comics, toys, various collectibles and much more.

NYC Makers Market

When: October 15

This is the place to shop for original, one-of-a-kind, and limited-edition handmade items.

Meet over 150 local makers, including 40 members of the NY Handmade Collective (formerly the NY Etsy street team), and shop directly from them.

Be the first to purchase new fall products from fashion and accessory designers, jewelers, artisans and artists.

NYC Artisanal Sweet Treats Bazaar

When: 22 of October

As part of National Dessert Month, we’re featuring 20 of the city’s best and yet-to-be-discovered artisan sweet makers in one place.

This is where people come who want to find exclusive sweets that cannot be found in other places. From insanely delicious donuts to never-before-seen creative fudges, cotton candy sculptures, handmade macarons, freshly baked cookies and cakes, hot waffles, and the most mouth-watering truffles and chocolates you’ve ever tasted.

Spooky Bazaar (Halloween Special)

When: 29th of October

Don’t be afraid to visit New York City’s largest, oldest and scariest weekly shopping market, which turns into a Scary Bazaar on Halloween. It’s also the most fun event of the year!

You’ll be greeted by eerie and ghostly settings, as well as otherworldly finds from over 200 “scary” (many in costume) independent artists, designers, artisans, vintage dealers and entrepreneurs that can’t be found elsewhere.

Get scared and come along for a fun day for the whole family. Costumes are welcome.

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