Holiday Market 2015 Recap + Where to Find Your Favorite Vendors

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Sometimes art doesn’t imitate life and it’s too bad because the winter wonderland we brought this year’s Greenpointers Holiday Market was so beautiful! Miss V put down her Mehndi tools for a few hours, picked up a can of blue spray paint, and revived her street art skills to create a dope backdrop decked out with hanging snowflakes, sprites, and a wintery landscape. The weather outside felt more like a brisk spring day but inside the gorgeous Greenpoint Loft, it was bustling with the holiday spirit and the smell of spices from our mulled wine wafted throughout.

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As soon as doors opened, visitors came in waves and the entire space became alive with the merry sounds of conversations and movement. Music switched between Laura & Greg’s live performance and some old-timey tunes by V.M Home Recreations’ record player. The rooftop space was packed with people drinks in hand, enjoying the cityscape views of the water tower on the Greenpoint side and Manhattan landscape on the other. Inside on the mezzanine, people were lined up for photos at our photo booth, getting their tarot cards read, getting artfully done nails, or receiving bang trims. It was the perfect way to celebrate this time of year and this neighborhood. Thanks to everyone who made it out and helped make this market a huge success! Check out some photos of this year’s Holiday Market here.

We had more than double the amount of visitors and as a result, many vendors sold out of all or some of their items. We’ve been asked where to find them so we’ve compiled a (not-so-short) list for future reference (or last minute gifts) below:

First, we had several local businesses join us to showcase some of their best (or tastiest) items so you should visit them when you’re around the neighborhood!

On food, we’ve got:
Adelina’s (159 Greenpoint Ave) for cozy authentic Italian and barrels of wine.
Centavo is currently a pop-up on Thursdays at The Brooklyn Safehouse (120 Franklin St)
Esme (999 Manhattan Ave) for delicious New American lunch, brunch, and dinner!
Moe’s Doughs Donut Shop (126 Nassau Ave) debuted some new flavors at our market and are open for business daily in their Greenpoint store.

On art/design and DIY handcrafted items, check out:
MochaShade (165 Greenpoint Ave)
HeART by Hand (172 Greenpoint Ave)

If you like Greenpoint style, pick up some cool shades and eyewear at Sunny Eye Shop (284 Driggs Ave) and/or get your hair done at Bull in the Heather.

Some vendors don’t have their own store but their products can be found locally or nearby in various locations:

Art/Prints: LLUBAV at People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St), Sprout Home (44 Grand St)

Fashion: Brooklyn Beach at Mind Over Matter (165 Greenpoint Ave), M.Carter (141 Engert Ave), People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St), Brooklyn Groove (102B Nassau Ave), Awoke Vintage (132 North 5th St,& 688 Manhattan Ave), and more; Chacana  at The Market NYC, 218 Bedford Ave); lulaland  at People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St).

Food: Better Off Spread at The City Reliquary, (370 Metropolitan Ave), Campbell Cheese & Grocery (502 Lorimer St), Depanneur (242 Wythe Ave), Eastern District (1053 Manhattan Ave), and more; Brooklyn Delhi at Depanneur (242 Wythe Ave), The Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St), Eastern District (1053 Manhattan Ave), and more. Granola Lab [Can be found at Black Brick (300 Bedford Ave); Brooklyn Standard (188 Nassau St & 766 Grand St); By Brooklyn (142 Grand St); Campbell Cheese & Grocery (502 Lorimer St); Diviera Drive (131 Berry St); Eastern District (1053 Manhattan Ave); On The Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream Menu (Greenpoint & Williamsburg locations)]
Greenpoint Trading [Can be found at Brooklyn Harvest Market (25 N 5th St); Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St); Brooklyn Winery (213 N 8th St); The Box House Hotel (77 Box St); Depanneur (242 Wythe Ave); Greenpoint Fish & Lobster (114 Nassau Ave); Greenpoint Cheese & Meat (192 Driggs Ave); The Henry Norman Hotel (251 North Henry St); Marlow & Daughters (95 Broadway); Urban Market (11 Broadway)]
Gustavo’s Salsa [Can be found at Greenpoint Fish & Lobster (114 Nassau Ave)]
Queen Majesty Hot Sauce [Can be found at The Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St); By Brooklyn (142 Grand St); Ccampbell Cheese & Grocery (502 Lorimer St); Gourmet Guild (110 Broadway); Greenpoint Fish & Lobster (114 Nassau Ave); Heatonist (121 Wythe Ave

Beauty Products: Alchemy Holistics at Fit+Flow Yoga (65 Maspeth Ave, 2nd Floor); Copper and Sage at L.A.B Brooklyn (144 Driggs Ave), Mind Over Matter (165 Greenpoint Ave); HI WILDFLOWER at Awoke Vintage (132 North 5th St & 688 Manhattan Ave), Horizons Vintage (381 Metropolitan Ave), People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St); Oxalis Apothecary at The Marquet (346 Bedford Ave); Palermo Body at Folioh Port (235 Berry St), People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St).

Home Decor: Amelia Brooklyn at Dolly G’s Vintage (320 Graham Ave), Smallhome (770 Metropolitan Ave), Wolves Within & Home Of The Brave (146 Franklin St); Morphologically at Dusty Rose (251 Greenpoint Ave), Kinfolk 94 Store (94 Wythe Ave); Yuko Nishikawa Ceramics at Joinery (263 South 1st St).

Many of our vendors are independent makers, just starting out, and sells online only or by custom orders. Here is a list and where you can buy from them post market:

Fashion: Conscious StepErro and Co LLCMerci SimoneConscious StepPeacock and PineapplesWax + CruzEl Mercado Perugrampo (email [email protected]), Haskieville ApparelWalk the West (email inquiries – website coming soon)

Art/Prints: 22 Teeth LLCKristen’s Paper Goodies (online shop coming soon); My Darlin’ 

Food: A La Minuit (online shop & catering); Crimson and Clove (email [email protected]); YUBAKERYBuzzCakes (custom orders only); Samosa Shack  (can only be found as vendor at various markets); The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen.

Home Decor: A Perfect DayAshby Candles (email only – website coming soon); Found by a Prop StylistJonathan Castro DesignsV.M Home Recreations (email inquiries temporarily)

Jewelry: AFSHAAN RAHMAN (email inquiries – website coming soon); Bombay Mermaid Trading Co.Carrie Bilbo JewelryCrusoe JewelryCrystal ChimeraRoxann Slate.

Leather goods: 8.6.4Mary Savel

Below is an alphabetical list of our vendors for your reference. Coming up next is the Valentine’s Market. Click here to apply!

22 Teeth LLC
22 Teeth LLC
8.6.4
8.6.4
Adelina's
Adelina’s
AFSHAAN RAHMAN
AFSHAAN RAHMAN
A La Minuit
A La Minuit
Alchemy Holistics
Alchemy Holistics
Amelia Brooklyn
Amelia Brooklyn
Ashby Candles
Ashby Candles
Better Off Spread
Better Off Spread
BombayMermaidTradingCo.
BombayMermaidTradingCo.
Brooklyn Beach
Brooklyn Beach
Brooklyn Delhi
Brooklyn Delhi
Brooklyn Whatever
Brooklyn Whatever
BuzzCakes
BuzzCakes
Carrie Bilbo Jewelry
Carrie Bilbo Jewelry
Centavo
Centavo
Chacana
Chacana
Conscious Step
Conscious Step
Copper and Sage
Copper and Sage
Crusoe Jewelry
Crusoe Jewelry
Crimson and Clove
Crimson and Clove
Crystal Chimera
Crystal Chimera
El Mercado Peru
El Mercado Peru
Erro and Co LLC
Erro and Co LLC
Esme
Esme
Found by a Prop Stylist
Found by a Prop Stylist
The Girl In the Little Red kitchen
Little Red kitchen
grampo
grampo
Granola Lab
Granola Lab
Greenpoint Trading Co.
Greenpoint Trading Co.
Gustavo's Salsa
Gustavo’s Salsa
Haskieville Apparel
Haskieville Apparel
HI WILDFLOWER
HI WILDFLOWER
Holly's HeART by Hand
Holly’s HeART by Hand
Jonathan Castro Designs
Jonathan Castro Designs
Kristen's Paper Goodies
Kristen’s Paper Goodies
LLUBAV
LLUBAV
lulaland
lulaland
Mary Savel
Mary Savel
Merci Simone
Merci Simone
MochaShade
MochaShade
Moe's Doughs Donut Shop
Moe’s Doughs Donut
Morphologically
Morphologically
My Darlin'
My Darlin’
Oxalis Apothecary
Oxalis Apothecary
Palermo Body
Palermo Body
Peacock and Pineapples
Peacock and Pineapples
A Perfect Day
A Perfect Day
Queen Majesty Hot Sauce
Queen Majesty Hot Sauce
Samosa Shack
Samosa Shack
Sunny Eye Shop
Sunny Eye Shop
Tack and Ward
Tack and Ward
V.M Home Recreations
V.M Home Recreations
Walk the West
Walk the West
Wax + Cruz
Wax + Cruz
YUBAKERY
YUBAKERY
Yuko Nishikawa Ceramics
Yuko Nishikawa Ceramics

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