GREENWICH VILLAGE MARKET
Sunday brunch in the West Village just got better! Take a stroll down and check out the talented artists and designers, showcasing a wide array of unique items and beautiful finds.
If you haven’t been or heard of New York City’s Greenwich Village (aka, West Village) neighborhood, then you’ve been missing out! Synonymous with its role in the historical gay-rights movement, this neighborhood is also known for having some of the best shopping and dining options in NYC. Its residents are comprised of celebrities and the wealthy. A great place to spend the day strolling, grabbing a bite to eat, browsing all of the independent boutiques and taking in the beauty of one of the city’s most pristine and picturesque neighborhoods.
While Greenwich Village has a lively nightlife with some of the best bars, clubs and music venues, we recommend Sunday brunch at an outdoor bistro where you can people-watch then stroll over to Metroflea Greenwich Village Market where you can rub elbows with some of the most talented New York City makers and designers.
Metroflea Greenwich Village Market evokes a lively and friendly atmosphere featuring talented Indie designers, vintage clothing and jewelry vendors from NYC showcasing their unique designs. The market offers a balance of items ranging from jewelry, handbags, clothing, art, tapestry, and ceramic to boutique bath products. It’s a great place to shop if you’re looking for something special or the perfect gift. The right destination to bring visitors who are intrigued by local culture and want to meet the makers.
You can find this gem of a market nestled in the heart of the Greenwich Village lining the sidewalks of PS 3 on Hudson Street between Christopher and Grove Street, where our talented designers set up their displays curbside al fresco.
Address: 490 Hudson Street (between Christopher and Grove St) New York, NY 10014
Hours: Sunday 12pm-8pm
Subway: A/B/D/E/F/M – West 4th Street
1 & 2 – Christopher Street
NJ Path – Christopher Street