PARK SLOPE 7TH AVENUE MARKET
Come see for yourself why the MetroFlea Park Slope 7th Avenue Market has
been in business for nearly 30 years.
Park Slope is adorned with tree-lined streets, brownstones, restaurants, bookstores, quaint coffee shops, local boutiques, beer gardens, and wine bars. Foot traffic ranges from dog walkers, parents pushing strollers, and young professionals to same-sex parents and gay crowds alike. There is definitely an easygoing vibe, but don’t let that fool you – the residents here are committed to their community with a socially conscious voice and an artist, intellectual mindset.
Be sure to explore Prospect Park and all that it has to offer, including the Prospect Park Zoo. Looking for a java fix? Stop by Gorilla Coffee for some organic fair-trade coffee, brewed right here in Brooklyn. Want a quick bite? Bagel Hole has delicious fist-sized bagels that pair perfectly with a cup of joe. Also, be sure to check out Franny’s for some amazing wood-fired pizzas and wine. Park Slope is an amazing place to explore if you are looking to just get away from the noise, take a stroll, or shop. We promise you won’t be disappointed!
The MetroFlea Park Slope 7th Avenue market located in Brooklyn occupies the PS 321 schoolyard and surrounding sidewalk every Saturday and Sunday. We are centrally located on 7th Avenue, nestled between Barnes & Noble, Bare Burger, Starbucks, and Chipotle. You can’t miss us – just look for tents, umbrellas and a bustling crowd!
It has been a beloved staple amongst the neighborhood residents for nearly 3 decades. It’s their local market with local vendors and dozens of other vendors that venture to Park Slope and rotate through this market weekly. You’ll always find something fresh and new each week at our 7th Avenue location. If you are looking for unique items for your home, look no further. Our Park Slope location has some amazing finds including antiques and handmade wooden furniture, gorgeous rugs, hand-woven baskets, records, and bric-a-brac. There is a great selection of vintage bicycles, records and books. Looking for something in particular? Feel free to ask the vendors, as many of them create custom designs. If it’s a certain antique that you’re looking for, they may even have it stashed somewhere in storage! The jewelry designers here range from artisan to vintage and everything in between, selling statement pieces, bangles, delicate necklaces, vintage rings, and handcrafted earrings. Many of the vendors have been selling their products here for many years and have established a very loyal following.
Don’t forget to take a short walk and check out our new sister location, MetroFlea Park Slope 5th Avenue and experience a completely different vibe and variety of offerings.
Address: 180 7th Avenue (between 1st and 2nd Street) Brooklyn, NY 11215
Hours: Saturday – Sunday 9am-6pm
Subway: F/G/B/Q – 7th Avenue Stop