NYC Flea Markets

You can find anything at a flea market, from beaded jewelry to antiques. There is usually quite a range of prices, so shop around if you have time. For farm fresh produce, visit one of the city's many Green markets.

Annex Antique Fair & Flea Market, 6th Avenue from 24th to 27th St, (212) 243-5343
Saturday and Sunday, Sunrise to Sunset
Furniture, Decorations, Jewelry, Clothing, Silver, and Works of Art.
$1.00 admission fee

The Garage, 112 West 25th Street, btw. 6th and 7th Ave, (212) 647-0707
Saturday and Sunday, 7am-5pm
Indoor antiques market

SOHO Antiques Fair, Grand Street and Broadway, (212) 682-2000
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-5pm
Antiques and crafts, leather jackets and lots of random stuff.

PS 321, Seventh Avenue btw. 1st and 2nd St. Brooklyn
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-5pm
Furniture, clothing, misc stuff

Greenflea, Columbus Ave. btw. 76th & 77th Streets
Sunday, 10am-6pm
A huge market with indoor and outdoor vendors selling wonderful imports and handmade crafts as well as antiques and books. It's called "greenflea" because there are farmers selling fresh produce as well as flea market vendors.

Noho Market, Broadway and West 4th St.
Open seven days a week.
This market next to Tower Records has lots of clothing and jewelry, along with tapes, sunglasses, bongs, etc.