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With only two weekends until the grand opening day at the LIC Flea & Food, there are many vendors to make sure you check out when taking the trip down to the market.

The popular Long Island City flea market, located at an outdoor lot by the waterfront at the corner of Fifth Street and 46th Avenue, will reopen on Saturday, April 11.

Items for sale include food and drinks, collectibles, antiques, arts and crafts, handcrafted jewelry and fashion, and much more.

There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 11 at 11 a.m. at the entrance of the market located at 5-25 46th Ave. to officially start the season.

LIC Flea & Food will run every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., through the end of October.

Applications from potential vendors for the new season are still being accepted by registering online at www.licflea.com.

1. Rita’s NYC
At Rita’s NYC, their tag line is happiness. They have the freshest and highest-quality ices in a variety of delicious, natural flavors to choose from. Stop by and see for yourself for the first time at the LIC Flea & Food and they promise your first visit won’t be your last. The dose of happiness will vary as the flavors do every weekend, but their promise of happiness is one that they always keep. As a Rita’s guest your happiness is their number one priority. They always greet you with a friendly smile and serve you in a New York minute.

2. Curry Station
Curry Station brings the Malaysian experience from the home to the streets of New York. With mom’s mouthwatering curry sauce, it will be cooked with fish balls, chicken and shrimp. While enjoying one (or all) of these spicy dishes, have a sip of Curry Station’s refreshing Barley Drink. Their sauce and barley drinks are all homemade so come out and have a taste!

3. Lady V Second Time Around
An original vintage and vintage-inspired fashion clothing shop with shoes, handbags, accessories and collectibles known for her high-energy personality and style. “We are affordable and sell quality vintage and repurposed clothing.” Each item is coupled with a signature positive affirmation message.

4. Seoul Pancake
Seoul Pancake is the premier source for the best authentic Korean cuisine in New York. Send your palate on a journey with the scallion and kimchi pancakes, then wash it down with a cool, refreshing sikhye. All selections are homemade from family recipes and come either vegan-friendly or with a selection of delectable meats and cheeses — all guaranteed to please.

5. Stern Design Works
Stern Design Works was founded eight years ago by husband-and-wife team Cameron and Rebecca Stern with the mission of creating thought-provoking jewelry and small form sculpture revolving around themes including science, history, technology and the realm of fantasy. Their work is based in traditional metalsmithing, mixed with more modern methods such as in-house digital design/3D printing and bio-plastic resins.

6. Siggy Parker’s General Store
Pickers, collectors and purveyors of unique and fun items — Siggy Parker’s General Store out of Cape Fear, North Carolina, has something for just about everyone. They travel across the country looking for what they like to call “vintage funk and fine junk,” and they don’t like to specialize in any one thing. Siggy Parker’s always packs its booth full of vintage bicycles, furniture, clothes, skateboards, retro kitsch, magazines, rock ‘n’ roll, movie memorabilia and so much more.

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