Clear your calendar – The Beer & Taco Get Down is going down this weekend! A large variety of global tacos in one place! Sip unlimited craft beer tastings with a focus on Central and South America while you purchase tacos from Queens’ best global taquerias.
Eat and drink your way through the best of the borough with authentic Oaxacan Tacos, fresh fish tacos from The Fried Kitchen, and Ice Cream Tacos from 10Below (to name a few) while enjoying live music, games, and good times.
How many tacos can you take down as the suds keep flowing?
Special Discount Offer for readers of Greenpointers! Tickets normally start at just $41.00 per session for unlimited tastings, but readers who enter discount code “GREENPOINTERS” on the ticket selection page will save 20% on admission! But act now – offer expires Thursday, June 8 at 11:59pm. Buy Now
Beer & Taco Get Down
5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, 11101 Now just an easy six-minute ferry ride away from Manhattan’s West 34th Street via NYC Ferry! Saturday + Sunday, June 10-11, 12:00- 5:30pm
An assortment of festive cocktails like the “Kansas Christmas Cake” made with whiskey and allspice, hot buttered rum, mulled wine, warm cider, spiked hot cocoa plus winter beers like Coney Island Brewery’s “The Plunge” spicy Belgian-style ale and more are coming to The Factory (30-30 47th Ave, LIC) and you can drink them in unlimitedquantities on Saturday, December 17 and Sunday, December 18 from 11:30AM-8:30pm!
Just a few stops away on the G train, the Spiked Mug Fest and Holiday Bazaar is reppin’ Queens’ diverse eateries, creative vendors, and fun times with festive drinking, good eating, local shopping, and music. Tis’ the season so why not do them all at the same time and place?
The ever popular LIC Flea & Food market right on the Long Island City waterfront is kicking off its fourth season this weekend. There you’ll find a variety of antiques, vintage wares, collectibles, art, crafts, and fashion. You should also come hungry to check out lots of delicious food vendors, and thirsty—again they’re hosting the All-Queens Beer Garden, which will be pouring beers from Queens-based breweries. Continue reading →
LIC Flea & Food is now in its 3rd season and is bigger and better than ever. The market has the largest selection of both flea and food vendors found anywhere in Queens. Plus this year they added an All-Queens Beer Garden exclusively serving beers from Queens breweries. Continue reading →
Hunting for something special at flea markets is always fun, but add in a cornhole tournament and you really have nothing better to do this Saturday. But wait, add in the chance to be on national television for the taping of the hit tv show Flea Market Flip and you should be running to catch the G to Long Island City.
The cornhole tournament will be happening all day at LIC Flea, so come and test your tossing skills. The winner will walk away with their very own cornhole set, $100 to spend at the flea, FREE beer from LIC based Rockaway Brewery and other great prizes. Sign up for your spot in the tournament here. Continue reading →
Flea market diggers, hunters and deal finders (I’m looking at you!) head over to the LIC Flea this Saturday and snag a sneak-peek at an upcoming episode of HGTV’s hit show – Flea Market Flip! You may even find yourself on national television! Lara Spencer of Good Morning America will be on deck, as host of this great show. Continue reading →
Long Island City is not as far as you think. And it’s definitely worth the trip over the Pulaski Bridge if you ‘re looking to discover a great shopping and mouthwatering eats at the LIC Flea, which METRO recently named the #1 market in New York City. Plus, it’s bigger and less overrun with tourists than a certain other market (*cough* Williamsburg Flea).
Queen’s biggest outdoor flea, the market brings together food from the best vendors and shopping for antiques, fashion, furniture and home décor, jewelry, art, collectibles and more, kicking off its second season this Saturday and Sunday, 4/5 & 4/6, from 10 am- 6 pm. Continue reading →
Forget about your own Halloween costume this year – tricking out your pet is so much more fun! And don’t worry – the whimpering and awkward limping really means they love it. When it comes to Pet Halloween Costume Contests – winning is all that matters!
Bring your four-legged friends this Saturday and Sunday to LIC Flea & Food for an early Halloween.
With just two weeks to go, LIC Flea is hosting a pet costume contest this weekend. Visitors will be able to bring their four-legged furry friends to participate in the first pet costume Halloween contest.
If you don’t have a costume for your pet, LIC Flea vendor Spoil My Bitch mobile pet boutique will have a selection of costumes for small to big dogs you can purchase. Options include a fantasy dragon, duck, sailor, basketball player, sailor and even a cow.
Kiki Pet Photography will be taking photos of all the participants and a winner will be awarded prizes including LIC Flea & Food Bucks, a gift card to Ricky’s, a free 20-day potty break package from LIC Dogwalk, a free dog consult from Pooch Pals, a free office exam from City Vet and a discounted photo session with Kiki Pet Photography.
Visitors will also be able to donate clean dog items and unopened food and treats to “Rock & Rawhide” for dogs in need. Those people looking for a furry friend to call their own will also have the chance to adopt a pet through the pet adoption agency Zani’s Furry Friends, which will be at LIC Flea.
Besides pets, LIC Flea & Food has over 70 vendors selling everything from furniture, antiques, art, fashion, jewelry and amazing food vendors. Plus pick up a pumpkin at the LIC Flea Pumpkin Patch bringing pumpkins of all shapes and sizes direct from the farm. Don’t miss out because LIC Flea & Food is only open outdoors for two more weekends!
(sponsored) Japan mixes with food, fashion, furniture, art and collectibles at LIC Flea.
Queens’ largest outdoor flea is bringing the diversity of the borough to the market this weekend. In addition to vendors selling vintage clothing, furniture, collectibles, jewelry, antiques, art and amazing food this Saturday and Sunday (October 5&6), LIC Flea will host a Weekend of Japanese Culture.
There will be booths dedicated to Japanese food, music, art and more. Fan favorite Oconomi will be serving up their Japanese vegetable pancakes in addition to vendors offering stirred fried noodles known as Yakisoba, Japanese curry, rice balls and “creative” sushi.
Celebrating Japanese culture, children and adults will be able to try their hand at Japanese calligraphy with an instructor on site who will teach participants how to hold a brush. There will also be an origami station where you can turn paper into art and Kabuki face painting, featuring faces of a traditional Japanese play.
Along with the delicious Japanese treats and activities, visitors will be able to enjoy three unique performers. Female geisha dancers in costume will perform in a group called Salme and Japanese pop singer Reni Reni will also make an appearance. The final performance combines music with audience interaction as the Poku Poku Boys play Koto, a traditional string instrument, while translating names from English to Japanese in calligraphy, allowing audience members to take a piece of the performance home.
Come take a trip to Japan via LIC Flea & Food, located at 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101. The market is one block behind the iconic Pepsi Cola sign, which is a short walk from the East River Ferry Hunters Point stop.
LIC Flea, is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-6pm through October 27. The market will reopen indoors at the same address for a winter Holiday market every weekend in December leading up to Christmas.
For more info on special events and new vendors, sign up for the LIC Flea e-newsletter at LICFlea.com and follow them on Facebook and Twitter @licflea.
Last weekend we went all the way to Long Island City! It’s a lot closer than you think and every Saturday and Sunday (10am-6pm) until October 27th – there is great market there called the LIC Flea where I scored some goodies. And getting there and back is really a cinch. It’s not like it’s in NJ! Continue reading →