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The 2010 New York City Holiday Market Guide


Happy Holidays from Markets of New York City!!!

See you at the markets in 2011!!!

  1. · What: PS 321 Holiday Shop: STUFF YOU SHOULD BUY
    · When: Saturday, December 10, 2011 from 10 am to 5 pm
    · Where: PS 321, 180 Seventh Avenue in Park Slope Brooklyn between First and Second Streets.
    · Closest subways: 2,3, F, B, Q
    · Website:
    · Description: Yep… it’s that time of year again; it’s time to shop! The busy holiday bees at PS 321 have curated the perfect one-stop holiday shop for the Park Slope community and beyond. A selection of amazing artisans will be showing their wares: handbags, knits, kid’s clothing, pottery, jewelry, toys, art, soaps and much, much more. Go to to see the amazing line-up of artisans. Not only that, but we have stroller parking and coat check so you won’t have to sweat your way through. And if you’re hungry? A variety of soups, savory and baked treats. Did you say kids? In addition to shopping, there will be lots of STUFF TO DO, including a performance by Tim and the Space Cadets, movie shorts playing throughout the day, stellar hair braiding, face painting and a few more surprises. We’ve even made a shopping list for you. Come on over and see all the STUFF YOU SHOULD BUY for everyone on your holiday list!

    • Thank you!! You’ll be on this year’s list! Coming this weekend! 🙂

  2. How do I list a flea market on your site?

  3. Battery Place Market, located in the Visionaire condominium at Third Street and Battery Place in lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City stocking only the finest brands available in the United States and many are exclusive or near exclusive for New York City.

    Battery Place Market is an interpretation of what ‘gourmet’ is today. Traceability and sustainability without sacrificing high-end quality, or sacrificing products that is inherently natural because they are made in the traditions which pre-date industrial food practices. It’s a reflection of the Northeast’s evolution towards its identity as a strong regional food resource, similar to what California has traditionally been. Battery Place Market perfectly pairs with the needs of our community and interprets what is relevant and find what the best of everything that is currently available.”

    The LEED-certified market also serves hot breakfast sandwiches, frittatas and Spanish tortillas, as the back of the store has a bar with stools for those who want to linger and maybe have a second cup of great coffee that will rotate from one of the great roasts of either Stumptown or Coffee By Design. Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies intended to improve performance in metrics such as energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts and developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.
    Battery Place Market is open Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM
    Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
    Phone: 212-786-0077; e-mail:

    • I’ll definitely stop by and check out this market! You carry Lux Sugar cupcakes, right?