The Nashville Farmers’ Market is a melting pot of shops, restaurants, and merchants that offer local and international food and crafts. Open every day of the year, NFM is perfect for taking a quick lunch break or spending the afternoon touring the historic area. One of the many Rent-A-Bike stations throughout the city is outside the market, and a great option for those that want to expand their exploration of Nashville.
By Denise Oliveira When you hear “flea market,” do you think of old vinyl, used clothes, vintage toys and mixed-quality art? Those are in fact items you’ll find at the Brooklyn Flea, but what you may not know is that you can also find brand new and high quality […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Artists and Fleas, started in 2003 is a local craft bazaar located on 70 North 7th Street between Wythe and Kent Avenues. Yes, it is another spot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and yes it is definitely worthy of another blog entry. The market is like a little […]
By Melissa Limberg Far, far away from my Upper East Side residence is a place that precedes itself in legend. Hipster legend. I had vowed to myself that I hated it, I didn’t even want to spend time there. Brooklyn. More specifically – Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Like, the capitol city […]