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Photo courtesy of LIC Flea & Food
Photo courtesy of LIC Flea & Food

LIC Flea & Food will open its fifth season on the weekend of April 8-9 on the Long Island City waterfront.

Open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. through late October, the market features entrepreneurial chefs serving the best in global cuisine. There are also plenty of flea vendors offering artwork and handcrafted, vintage or curated items.

Visitors can also enjoy the LIC Flea Beer & Wine Garden, which will be serving up local craft beers from breweries right in Queens. The beer and wine menu will expand with varied special events throughout the season, including the annual Queens Beer Festival, the Taco Takedown Fest and the Wine & Sweets Festival.

Located at 5-25 46th Ave., at the corner of 46th Avenue and Fifth Street, the LIC Flea is still looking to fill spots with extraordinary vendors looking to build their businesses and become a part of a vibrant community of artists. Those interested can apply at licflea.com.

You can also visit licflea.com to learn more about new vendors, special festivals and unique deals; you can also sign up for the market’s weekly newsletter. Additional information can be found by following LIC Flea & Food on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages (@licflea).

 

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