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Brooklyn Street Fairs & Festivals

I. Brooklyn Street Fair Dates & Maps 2022

May 27, 2022 / Brooklyn Neighborhoods / Brooklyn Street Fairs / Brooklyn Blvd NYC.

Brooklyn Street Fairs usually begin in March and April. Last year [2021] they began in late May / early June because of the CoVid pandemic. We've compiled one of THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE SCHEDULE of BROOKLYN street fairs including street fair TIMES & PHOTOS & maps, some street fair names & sponsors, and street fair maps to help you find your way around during the spring, summer and fall of 2022.


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How This Brooklyn Street Fair Page is Organized

The Brooklyn street fairs and festivals on this page are organized

1) BY MONTH and


So to look through all of the Brooklyn street fairs on a given weekend / month, and see where they are in each neighborhood.


*** Links to Street Fairs in All 5 Boros of NYC

Here are some links to Manhattan street fairs NYC, Queens street fairs NYC, Bronx street fairs NYC, Brooklyn street fairs NYC and Staten Island street fairs NYC. We'll add more as the summer progresses.


Brooklyn Street Fair Updates - 2022

The Brooklyn street fair dates that have been updated with 2022 designations reflect the current 2022 St Fair events.

ONLY ASTERISKED street fairs have been UPDATED. The street fairs with 2018 / 2019 / 2021 years / dates reflect the information regarding that fair in a prior year.

UNCONFIRMEDS. The 'UNCONFIRMEDS' represent street fairs held in a prior year, which we believe are returning, but which we have not yet confirmed details for 2022.

UPDATES. The unasterisked street fairs of prior years and the UNCONFIRMEDS will be updated as new information comes in.

Also check our Brooklyn Events calendar and / or our Brooklyn Farmers Markets section for updates and other things to do.

Click here for Brooklyn street fairs NYC.

Brooklyn Farmers Markets - Brooklyn NYC

Brooklyn Farmers Markets NYC 2023

Opening Dates, Hours, Items & How To Shop - Brooklyn Farmers Markets

May 15. 2023 / Brooklyn Neighborhoods / Food, Wine & Restaurants Brooklyn / Brooklyn Shops & Shopping / Brooklyn Blvd NYC.

This report contains the opening dates, times / hours, items / selection, as well as links to online maps of all major Brooklyn farmer markets, including address locations in Brooklyn.

The Brooklyn Farmers Markets on this page are in or around the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Sunset Park, Brighton Beach, Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn Heights, Prospect Park, Park Slope, Bayridge, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Flatbush, Bushwick, Bedford Stuyvesant, Crown Heights and Brownsville farmers markets in Brooklyn NYC.

We will continue working on this throughout the 2023 Brooklyn Farmers Market season.

Enjoy shopping and eating the fresh and natural foods and product of our local farmers and food manufacturers.

Click here to view Queens Farmers Markets NYC, Brooklyn Farmers Markets NYC, Bronx Farmers Markets NYC & Staten Island Farmers Markets NYC and Manhattan Farmers Markets NYC.

Click here to view a report about most of the Brooklyn Farmers Market / Green markets in Brooklyn Bk.

Brooklyn Holiday Markets & Holiday Shopping - Brooklyn NYC

Brooklyn Holiday Markets, Christmas Shopping & Hanukkah Shopping

Brooklyn Christmas Shopping, Hanukkah Shopping & Brooklyn Holiday Markets

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*** Be sure to visit our Brooklyn Holiday Events page, as it contains related holiday events with a shopping element to them.

*** For links to holiday events and markets in all five boroughs of NYC scroll down to the bottom of this report.

EDITOR NOTE. While it seems we've turned the corner on the CoVid pandemic, it's after effects are still hovering around us. That said, we mostly appear to have turned the corner and are in the process of returning to normal.


Brooklyn Holiday Markets Getting Underway

Holiday outdoor markets have been on the rise in Brooklyn since the dawn of the 21st century. While some date back many years, some are relatively new.

Shopping at holiday markets alone, with friends, or with the kids gives folks a chance to enjoy the fruits of their labor and satisfy some of their yearnings and some of the yearnings of those we love.

Each of the Brooklyn holiday markets is a bit different, as some are organized by community groups and others by business organizations. Oftentimes one can find artisanal products that are made in NYC or NYS.

The Brooklyn holiday markets get underway shortly after Halloween, with some coming opening up about the time of Thanksgiving. The Brooklyn holiday markets are located in or near the following Brooklyn neighborhoods - Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Bushwick, Fort Greene, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, Prospect Park, Park Slope, Sunset Park, Bayridge, Gowanus, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Dyker Heights. Many either include the serving of some beverage like hot chocolate and generally snacks like cookies - or are near food vendors and restaurants.

Click here to read our report about Brooklyn Holiday Markets & Shopping - Brooklyn NYC. Or click here to read our report on Brooklyn Holiday Events / Things to do BK.

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Food & Wine - Made In New York

Crain's & Taste NY Food & Beverage Trade Show

nyc made food & wine manhattanOctober / Specialty Food & Wine NYC / NYC Neighborhoods / Gotham Buzz NYC.

I had an opportunity to visit the Made In New York Food & Beverage Trade Show at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Chelsea last Thursday.

When I arrived, a bit late in the day, the 50 - 100 exhibitors were in full motion as I made my way along the corridors taking photos and sampling local delectables. There were pastries, candies, pasta, sauces, cheeses, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages filling the aisles and all - in tandem with the theme were - Made In New York.


Before I became fully engrossed in the exhibits and exhibitors I made my way down to the KM Amphitheater where I listened to a panel discussions about 'How To Get NYS Products Into NYC Restaurants, Hotels and Bars' which was followed by a presentation about 'Wine, Beer & Spirits'.

The panel discussion featured a represenative of the Standard, Highline, Jimmy of Jimmy's No. 43, a representative of GrowNYC, a representative specialty foods wine nycfrom BRGuest Hospitality a restaurant group, and the NYC Hospitality Alliance. They talked about passion for the product and collaborative relationships, but generally they seemed to think that the environment is favorably disposed to the inclusion of locally produced foods, wines and other beverages.

The Wine, Beer & Spirits presentation was given by Jim Trezise, President of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation. He gave a presentation full of facts and figures about the evolution of the vineyards and wine industry in New York State. We'll post more about both of these presentations at a later date.


I'll also delve a bit more into the content of the exhibits and samples at a later date, and will post a full slide show showing the exhibits and exhibitors.




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Bastille Day On The Upper East Side NYC

Alliance Francais Hosts Three Block Street Party

east side neighborhood nycJuly 14, 2014 / East Side Neighborhood NYC / NYC Restaurants / Gotham Buzz NYC.

I was feeling very revolutionary Sunday afternoon as I made my way to the Bastille Day Street Festival hosted by the Alliance Francais on 60th Street. They were hosting a [long] three block party that stretched from Central Park souteast at Fifth Avenue across Madison and Park to Lexington Avenue from 12 noon until 5 pm.

It had rained a bit that day which probably worked to the street farers' advantage as, while it was crowded, it was also very easy to move around and not so hot that one was 'glistening' throughout the afternoon.

The 60th Street blocks contain a number of fancy establishments, including the quiet, but well known, Metropolitan Club of which J. Pierrepont Morgan was once a member.

The vendors offered a variety of food, beverages, travel opportunities to places like Monaco and the French islands of Martinique, along with wine, cheeses, spices, some clothing, soaps, perfumes, jewelry and art. I think one of the things that separates this street fair from many others is that it generally stuck to the theme of all things French and hence had the effect of leaving me walk away with a little bit of feeling like I had taken a time-warp trip to Paris and back in the course of the afternoon.

Au revoir mon ami. Je voudrais voir vous bientot. A slide show with photos will follow later this summer.

Taste Asia Times Square

2nd Annual Celebration Of Asian Cuisines

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The second annual Taste Asia Food Festival was held last Friday and Saturday in Times Square. The event is part outdoor cooking show, part street fair and part Asia buffet and it is sponsored by the Epoch Times.

I attended the event early Saturday afternoon. About every hour or two there's a cooking demonstration / competition wherein a number of the chefs from participating restaurants compete for prizes in live cooking demonstrations [see photo at right].

The competition is fierce as most of the chefs are life long curators of their ethnic cuisines and marshall their talents and trade secrets to win the prize.

The event was held in Times Square along Broadway between 42nd and 43rd streets, which given the attraction and the natural crowds, was tight. We'll have more at a later date including a few discussions with several of the restaurateurs and food vendors and a photo slide show.

Taste Of Times Square

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June 2, 2014 / NYC Restaurants / Theatre District NYC / Gotham Buzz NYC.

I went to the Taste of Times Square on Monday evening. The festive food event was held on 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue, and it had begun at 5 pm and was to run until 9 pm.

Needless to say, Times Square is nearly always crowded and busy, and this Monday evening was certainly no exception. The sun was out, the temperatures were in the 70's, and it was fairly dry and comfortable. I started in from Broadway, where the restaurateurs were busy serving the hungry attendees, who paid $6 per ticket which was good for one taste.

I sampled a number of delicious morsels and had a chance to talk to some taste of times square theatre district nycof the people working the event. As near as I could tell, all of the participants were from restaurants from the immediate vicinity and the offerings ran the gamut from appetizers to full meals.

In the top photo at right you can see the Taste of Times Square between 8th and 9th Avenues along 46th Street in the Theatre District of Manhattan as the Taste of Times Square was winding down. In the photo at left, you can see a crabcake croquette from O'Lunney's Times Square Pub which was so good that I'm still thinking about it. We'll post more about this fun food event in Midtown NYC at a later date - including photo slide show of the food and restaurateurs.

NYC Farmers Markets & Street Fairs in Manhattan

nyc farmers markets nycJuly 11, 2015 / NYC Farmers Markets / NYC Street Fairs / Gotham Buzz NYC.

Many Manhattan farmers markets are open year round, but there are also a number of them that are seasonal. Some of the seasonal Manhattan farmers markets begin opening in the Spring, with the rest of them opening no later than the first couple of weeks in July. As of this writing, all Manhattan farmers markets are open.

Click here to view the schedules of many of the farmers markets in Manhattan. Manhattan street fairs are entirely seasonal, with some of them hitting the streets as early as March. Manhattan street fairs rise markedly during the spring and lighten up during the dog days of summer [July / August], returning in the fall. Click here to view a full schedule of Manhattan street fairs.


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