To get to the market, take the escalator by TJ Maxx to the second floor. Don’t miss the final opportunity to find unique gift items including handcrafted jewelry, vintage art, clothing, and much more. Don’t forget to visit the market’s international food court and arcade, as well as the beer and wine bar.
The Queens Holiday Market will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19, and Sunday, Dec. 20.
There is ample parking and fun for the whole family.
While you’re at the Queens Holiday Market, be sure to check out these vendors:
Mr. Guacamole offers the best guacamole and avocado pico de gallo. Made fresh before your eyes with only the best ingredients for a flavor that cannot be beat. Perfect for entertaining, a gift for your hosts or just to enjoy yourself.
Town Peddlers offers an array of vintage clothes, jewelry, accessories and collectibles. The picture is of a 1950s prom dress perfect for a holiday party when you want to stand out in the beauty of the ’50s. Items from all eras and for all tastes.
Mountainside Crafts offers sterling silver jewelry with natural stones, arts and crafts from Nepal, India and Tibet, as well as clothing, statues, singing bowls and thanka paintings.
Rosanna Jewels’ popular gemstone collection includes healing stones that are often searched for because of the metaphysical energies they manifest. Their artisan and fossil collection is unique and stylish as it features natural components made out of eco-friendly vegetable seed jewelry from Colombia as well bone and wood jewelry from Nepal.
SupremeLuv specializes in unique and high-quality accessories. It was founded by a Japanese mom who seeks the best of the fashion world. They are bi-coastal with international style. Based in Brooklyn, they are constantly scouting new, top-quality products. Their mission is to bring the best of what’s hot, always in great taste.
Carrie Wink is the owner of Athena’s Wink. She designs cute, geeky things with her crew of quirky ladies. They are based in New York City and travel around the country selling at video game, anime and nerd culture conventions. Carrie has been making hats, flasks and other items for the last decade. She also makes costumes in her spare time for herself, for theater and for indie productions.