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Photo courtesy of the LIC Flea
Photo courtesy of the LIC Flea

Coming off an amazingly busy and Fun July 4 special edition, the LIC Flea & Food (located at 5-25 46th Ave.) will open its doors again this Saturday and Sunday with a fully stacked lineup inviting curious shoppers to explore great artisan crafts and goods as well as tasty food and drink options.

Making its premiere at the LIC Flea & Food is Giuseppe’s Piadineria, preparing unique, mouthwatering Italian sandwiches, packed full of flavor.

Thinking about bringing your four-legged friend along for a walk along the waterfront? The LIC Flea has got you covered. The Balanced Seed offers organic, additive-free, nutritionally balanced food for pets from local and responsible producers.

Looking for something more hands-on? How about a beautiful wine rack at Was Mine Now Urs 2012? The carefully refurbished, full-wooden pieces have a natural and chic rustic look and are a great fit in any apartment.

So if you’re coming for the first time or if you haven’t been around for a while, there are plenty of reasons to visit LIC Flea & Food. Check out new offerings and resident favorites this weekend in Long Island City, open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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