Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at LIC Flea & Food

LIC Flea & Food Market is the place to be this Labor Day weekend to enjoy great food, art and shopping in the great outdoors.

Enjoy your Staycation with us! Sip on a cold brew from the All-Queens Beer Garden and savor global eats such as delicious Japanese/American fusion from Tojo Kitchen or jerk chicken from Four The Hard Way.  Once you’ve had your fill, head on over to get something sweet from Buttery Sweets and The Unique Foodie Witchery. Delicious desserts that will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!

As always, the LIC Flea has plenty of unique vendors selling all kinds of vintage goods you won’t find anywhere else. Retropolitan NYC is inspired by the energy of the city, incorporating elements and styles from the past and recognizing the importance of the modern. Mothball Memoirs offers vintage and sacred goods for the daydreamer that makes her fantasies a reality.

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Looking for some special décor for your home? You will find one-of-a-kind vintage pieces at Used & Collectible. Their diverse inventory of vintage rugs, china and more will delight the seasoned vintage collector.

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Also, make plans to visit LIC Flea on Sept. 16 and Sept. 17 for the Queens BBQ Smokedown & Brew Fest. A ticket will get you unlimited brews! Then grab some of the best BBQ in Queens (your VIP or full spread ticket includes a plate). Get your tickets now at https://www.licflea.com/special-events/bbq-and-brews/. Get a 20 percent discount with the code “COURIER.”

Are you a maker? A collector? A chef? Want to build your business? Connect with customers? Get invaluable market research? Then apply to be a vendor today at www.LICFlea.com! LIC Flea & Food is now booking for the fall season with cool discounts!

LIC Flea & Food is open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. It’s located at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City at the corner of Fifth Street and 46th Avenue. For more information and to learn about the monthly special events, visit www.LICFlea.com.

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