Yesterday was an absolute perfect day to hit Brooklyn Flea. It was our first time ever going and on Saturdays it's located in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn. I am originally from Flatbush but I was way too young when we moved to remember where in the world Fort Greene was. Thanks to GPS we found it! Hold onto your hats!
This was definitely a junkin' lover's dream. Checkout that vintage scale on the ladder.
Love the barn stars and olive baskets!
We loved seeing all of the vintage treasures but I have to say, as expected, it was a bit pricey. The apothecary bottles on this table alone ranged from $30-$75. What?!
Checkout all of those suitcases!
The best part of the whole experience, I think we all agreed, was the food! They had every type of food you can imagine - not your usual festival fare. We ate Indian, Greek, Japanese and then some.
Unfortunately, I didn't buy much else. I picked up a mason jar soap dispenser and a vintage target practice poster. I'll show that find in another post because it really is quite unique. My 7 year old got an electronic chess game - similar to one I had when I was little - for $5.
Brooklyn Flea runs until November and we're hoping to hit the Williamsburg one before they close for the season.