Hundreds of shoppers flocked to the April 6 grand opening of the Brooklyn Flea — a 200-vendor gathering in the yard at Bishop Loughlin HS on Lafayette Avenue. Whether they were there to buy clothes, eat waffles or gawk at the spectacle , Brooklynites were out in force.
GO Brooklyn was there and caught up with shoppers to see what the Flea offered to scratch each shopper’s itch.
The Brooklyn Flea is held Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm on Lafayette Avenue, between Clermont and Vanderbilt avenues in Fort Greene.
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