Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Photos courtesy of the LIC Flea & Food
Photos courtesy of the LIC Flea & Food

The perfect plan for the last weekend in July is a staycation right in Queens at LIC Flea & Food.

Open on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., the LIC Flea offers amazing food, shopping for unique finds and a craft beer and wine garden overlooking the Manhattan skyline.

While everyone is sitting in traffic you can kick back and drink some rosé or a craft brew while dining on chicken, beef or cheese empanadas from Empanada Papa or maybe some fresh oysters from Speedy Oyster Shuckers.

Ever try a piadineria? What is it you ask? Visit Giuseppe’s Piadineria and find out!

Once your belly is full, you can use all that energy for power shopping. How about a unique refurbished piece of furniture from your home made with pieces of NYC? Paul Anthony Nicosia is a local artisan who makes magnificent pieces that have NY nostalgia built in.

19601618_1903586196524757_5813576129079455441_n empanada papa

Lavish your body with organic handmade bodycare from J’enessence because you are worth it. Adorn yourself with handcrafted gems from Vivian Jewelry and De Pana Madre. Experience the world at Soly Handcrafts and Proveeartes and so much more.

Soly Handcrafts

There is no reason to leave Queens to have an adventure that will satisfy all of your senses and leave you wanting to come back next weekend where you will be welcomed with open arms.The LIC Flea & Food is open every weekend through October and located at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City, at the corner of 46th Avenue and Fifth Street.

Visit www.licflea.com for more information and monthly special events such as the International Beer & Food Takeover on Aug. 12-13. You can reserve your tickets on the website!

Comments:

Join The Discussion



Related Stories
Don’t miss the holiday party of the year at the Spiked Mug Festival in Long Island City
Don’t miss the holiday party of the year at the Spiked Mug Festival in Long Island City
Warm up this holiday season at the Spiked Mug Fest & Holiday Market in LIC
Warm up this holiday season at the Spiked Mug Fest & Holiday Market in LIC
Popular Stories
QNS file photo
UPDATE: Flushing hit-and-run driver tells cops she thought the woman she killed was a chunk of ice
Photo by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
Detectives looking into death of man found with severe head trauma in Little Neck
Photo via Google Maps
Glendale Catholic school shutting its doors this year due to plunge in enrollment


Skip to toolbar