This weekend, June 23-24, the Astoria Flea & Food Market returns to Kaufman Astoria Studios, bringing the great vendors you’ve come to expect at the LIC Flea & Food Market.
Astoria Flea will hold a night market on Saturday, June 23, from 6 p.m. to midnight, and then a daytime market on Sunday afternoon from noon to 6 p.m.
Feel like a star at the Astoria Flea while you chow down on great food, shop one-of-a-kind items and sip a cold craft beer.
Grab a savory Ròu jiā mó, or Chinese Hamburger from Panda Eats World. This dynamic duo is committed to changing the way people think about Chinese food. Also new to the market are The Famous Meatballers with fresh and frozen packaged meatballs made from a secret family recipe. They offer a delicious, healthy and easy-to-cook dinner option for all so you can share with your family and enjoy them on site.
As always, the Astoria Flea has plenty of unique vendors selling all kinds of one-of-a-kind goods you won’t find anywhere else.
The Adelante Shoe company has shoes that are handmade, modern classic and versatile. They are handmade by craftsmen throughout Latin America, many of whom are second- or third-generation shoemakers. The quality leather inners and uppers means their shoes will mold to the shape of your feet for customized comfort and fit.
ALLBASIC is committed to providing quality, non-toxic, eco-friendly skincare products. Stop by and chat with Stephanie about her economical, non-toxic alternative to chemical laden skincare products.
For lovely necklaces, rings bracelets and more shop Nefertari’s Vault for high-quality Egyptian Silver Jewelry inspired by the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
The Astoria Flea & Food is located at Kaufman Astoria Studios at 34-12 36th St.
Also, don’t forget to grab your tickets to our Wine & Sweets Festival returning on July 7-8! Tickets start at $39 and are available at licflea.com/special-events.
The event offers tastings of the best wines that New York has to offer. You can enjoy wine along the Long Island City waterfront overlooking the Manhattan skyline. The event also boasts local chefs offering sweets of all kinds for sale alongside the wine tasting.
The NY Wine & Sweets Festival is the only of its kind in Queens, the largest and most diverse borough of NY.