Exploring the best markets of New York with New York bus rental

New York has been a commerce dedicated city and therefore, the markets in this place are amongst the best in the USA. All year around these markets are open, but the real market environment booms during summer, spring, and fall. At this time, the best shopping and food can be enjoyed. The markets are Mecca of various cuisines and cultures. The markets also rejoice collectors, artists, traditions, artisans, and cultures. They can be best visited with New York bus rental where you reach at the right time and can load in shopping bags on your way back.

Below are listed best of the markets in the 5 boroughs to be visited with New York bus rental:

Smorgasburg- a weekly food market offering idyllic sights of Manhattan. It is the king within the Brooklyn area of Williamsburg. At Kent Ave in the East River State Park is Smorgasburg. On Saturdays, it’s put up on 7th Street and on Sundays at Breeze Hill within Prospect Park. Ramen Burger is one popular catch here along with several other fusion foods. One can taste in the trendiest flavors and foods of the city. These include micro-brewed beers, waffle sundaes, Bahn mi, old fashioned hot dogs, kalbi tacos, etc.

Brooklyn Flea- it is a treasure trove for many market items, at Smorgasburg. In Fort Greene, there is the Brooklyn Flea market held on Saturdays and in DUMBO, on Sundays. This market sells clothes, crafts, collectibles, and vintage furniture. There are hundreds of local vendors who put up their stalls. Local artisans made handbags, vintage jewelry, antiques, etc., are put up for display.

LIC Flea Market-Several visitors coming to New York visit Long Island City which is a few minutes from Manhattan. This city has the Caribbean, Latin and Asian cultures with amazing views of midtown. The most vibrant market of this neighborhood is the LIC Flea market. They offer vibes of the Brooklyn Flea market along with the food variety and music series during August. Here one can experience ethnic food. This market is at 5th street and 46 avenue corner in Queens.

Queens Night Market- The city holds this food market with amazing culinary and diverse food items of Queens. One can find over 100 vendors, food, crafts, entertainment, and cultural performances, all under the night sky.

Some of the vendors’ stalls held are:

  • Romanian chimney cakes
  • Fried ice cream
  • Chilean street food
  • Sri Lankan snacks
  • Korean Pancakes
  • Trinidadian shark sandwiches

The specialty of this market is that it is open from 6 pm to 12.00 pm every Saturday at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in New York Hall of Science in Queens.

Union Square Greenmarket-This market is available from 8 am- 6 pm, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. This market is known for its local delicacies and wide range of cheese variety, wines, local produce, and other food staples. The apples are fresh and the bread is fresh from the bakery. Find a good spot to enjoy the active and vibrant New York.

Other markets to visit are Chelsea Market, Red Hook Food Vendors, Kalustyan’s and Mad Sq. Eats & Eataly.

New York bus rental will take you to these markets where you can heartfully shop and eat at ease.