Since we didn’t have our bikes and were very close to the Pulaski, we cabbed it. I would have preferred the ferry because as you know I am a hypocritical car hater, but the motivation level was low for all parties after a boozy brunch at Nights and Weekends.
I was immediately happy that it wasn’t as uncomfortably crowded as the Brooklyn Flea or Smorgasburg on Kent Ave. To be honest – I can’t even go down there anymore because of my agoraphobic tendencies and despite the call of the Ramen Burger. I can’t believe I haven’t tried one yet! Have you? The instagram photos looks pretty amazing.
LIC Flea has all sorts of vendors, including great food. The vintage dealers were really friendly and had great home decor and clothing. I scored a $40 Made in NYC Coach Pocketbook (who even says pocketbook?) from the 80s! I can’t believe 80s is vintage…
The DJ was also rocking, just playing great music to be outside browsing for goodies. And there was fun for the kids and an entire trailor of pet clothing.