Grand Bazaar NYC

One of the oldest flea markets in New York City, and one of the best indoor and outdoor flea markets in Manhattan

Grand Bazaar NYC, formerly known as GreenFlea Market, has been operating every week, rain or shine, since 1985 on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, making it one of the oldest flea markets in New York City. It was among the first open air markets in the city, and it still considered today one of the best indoor and outdoor flea markets in Manhattan.

With its large variety of antique, vintage, and handcrafted merchandises, Grand Bazaar NYC is the ideal place to look for something different to give or to keep. A more extensive list of typical items that can be found at Grand Bazaar NYC include antiques, vintage collectibles, new handcrafted items, jewelry, furniture, clothing, new and vintage furniture, rugs (both old and new), lighting fixtures & parts, architectural salvage mantels, mirrors, China, glass, vinyl LPs, antique maps, new & used books, and custom eyewear.

Flea market enthusiasts will find wonderful things at reasonable prices — most of them probably not available anywhere else. Some of the handicraftsmen at the market also offer custom-made merchandise, from jewelry to furniture and clothing. As a matter of facts, the vendors take pride in helping shoppers find just what they’re looking for. And visitors can bring the whole family: there is truly something for everyone at Grand Bazaar NYC.

Antiquing Tip Of The Day

Get to the flea market before sunrise. I have struck some of my biggest gold in the dark hours of the morning, so I don’t think twice about paying sometimes a $20 early-admission fee. You have to spend money to make money.

— Brett Lowman, owner of PlayOKAntiques
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3 reviews

  1. This is a Sunday only flea market. Went to check it out to see what was on offer in terms of food and retailers. The food is limited to some greek food, quiches, cookies, and soup. The pricing was on the premium side for some regular looking product at a flea market, guess it comes with the territory. Most vendors were selling vintage/older items with a few selling their own brand of clothes. Overall, prices did not appear to be cheap as you’d expect at a flea market.

  2. Great antiques and collectables at very fair prices compared to what is left of the few other feeble markets in town. Don’t miss it, definitely something for everyone. Dealers are somewhat negotiable if you approach with reasonable counter offers. Dealers change every week so come often so you can to see new merchandise every week. I especially like the outside dealer selling antiques, cameras, collectables and old souvenirs of New York at very fair prices, Pleasant to deal with. He is usually found at the South East corner of the yard in nice weather.

    Hint: try to get to the market when it opens at 10 AM for best stuff and best bargains, but good deals can be had all day. Plan to have lunch in the market with the great food vendors,

  3. You can find tons of bargains here. I look out for Art-deco themed American relics. There are a bunch of vendors specializing in their own niches. Lamps, carpets, furniture, household items, food etc.

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