Grand Bazaar NYC is the biggest and most diverse weekly market in New York City. Open every Sunday, all year-round, it is your rain or shine market, with indoor and outdoor displays.
This market has best of both worlds, an old-time flea market and an upscale art market. I visit the market quite often to look for vintage decor pieces and global inspiration. I just love walking around looking at a unique selection of shops that sell everything from handmade leather goods, slab tables, antiques, and treasures from around the city and the world. There are regularly scheduled themed events such as food trucks and artisanal jewelry.
Grand Bazaar NYC not only provides much needed affordable retail space for local artisans and dealers, but 100% of its profits benefit local public schools, helping over 4,000 children, funding enrichment programs, and classroom essentials. At the peak, the Bazaar has over 200 vendors, ranging from talented local artisans to independent vintage/antique dealers, and great artisanal food vendors.
I am really excited for their upcoming event Shop Around the World Pop-up to be held on the 26th August. This event will have a curated selection of independent dealers who specialize in unique handmade goods from countries around the world to vintage and antique artifacts. Expect to discover everything from handmade Afghan rugs, Turkish towels and pillows, African masks and drums, Tibetan jewelry, Japanese kimonos, various types of handbags and scarves, and much more.
One of the must-see markets of NYC, Grand Bazaar has everything from great food to great artists, from vintage to new and old and everything that falls in between. There is something for everyone, and it benefits local schools. If you are in the area, wander around and explore this flea market.
Don’t forget to make your way on the 26th August to Shop Around the World Pop-up at Grand Bazaar NYC for some fantastic finds. See you there!