Blog - Philly
Gourmet meltiness and some drool-worthy handmade furniture. Yes, please.
Floral arrangements, a blacksmithing demo, a great new stock of vintage—and a call for gently used instruments to be donated to Philadelphia public schools.
In DC, Philly, and Brooklyn, it was a beautiful weekend for shopping vintage and hanging out with friends.
A small press from Fishtown, plenty of old fashioned country decor, and some beautiful vintage pieces to decorate you—and your home.
There’s nothing better than celebrating the change of season out in the fresh air.
This Sunday, shop to the sweet Brazilian sounds of Ensemble Nova whilst being romanced by European and Asian antiques—or, in other words, take a trip around the world without leaving The Piazza.
Philly Record Fair vendors pick tracks from their vinyl caches that capture the change-of-season mood.
$4 drink deals, candles made with love, and some Lehigh Valley youngsters who are serious about their sandwiches.
Vinyl+Beer+Beautiful people. Trust us. You aren’t going to want to miss this.
Only two more Sundays until The Brooklyn Flea Record Fair! But in the meantime, some handmade jewelry that is sure to charm—and vintage wares straight from the Jazz Age.
Vintage coats, custom made mid century inspired furniture, bbq sauce that rocks—and so much more.
Prepare yourself for a garden of frozen summer delights. The Creme de la Creme!
CREM DE LA CREME The Flea’s Ice Cream Bonanza Sunday, August 4th / 10am – […]
Awesome Philly sports art, beautiful upcycled furniture, punk rock taxidermy, and some flexible spines worth looking into.
Hot? Oh, you must be talking about all the awesome vintage vendors debuting this weekend…
Beautiful handmade wind chimes, vintage furniture that’s even classier the second time around, and some delicious new snacks to keep you satiated as you sift through Sunday’s treasures.
Summer vacation was in full effect this weekend—and the heat wave was just another opportunity for Fleasters to show off how chill they are.
Orienteering gear that will help you navigate your way through all the treasures we have to offer—like signature pizza pies, repurposed furniture, and other awesome vintage must-haves for the office, studio, and home.
Yeah, we know, next weekend is technically the holiday, but you wouldn’t know it wandering around the BK. Perhaps we’re just always celebrating our independence.
Some seriously cute footwear, a photographer’s dream cache of vintage gear, and home goods and hotdogs so original that when sampled simultaneously they may actually blow your mind.
In honor of the July 4th holiday, some of our Philly vintage vendors from the city where this whole “independence” thing started give some tips on how to don your freedom—and where to see the fireworks.
Repurposed barnwood, delicious cupcakes, and exquisite antiques that will literally transport you to another time.
Seniors are putting on their caps and gowns. Kids are promising each other to send letters from camp. There is somebody on the roof almost every (dry) night with a guitar. You walked by a kid with a water gun and almost slowed down because you kind of wanted to get hit. Hot damn, could it be (finally) summer?
Spend your Father’s Day helping Dad pick out a vintage golf shirt worthy of the U.S. Open and then take a walk down memory lane as you explore antique books, kitschy home goods, vintage park rides from Coney Island—and hey, since you’ve been such a good daughter/son—maybe you can treat yourself to a little something too.
There are block parties in your future—and it is way more fun to dance in the street when you are properly attired.
What a weekend! A much needed blast of sunny summer heat, the final days of school counting themselves down—and a Brooklyn Flea Philly kick-off that was as much a collection of good tunes, food, and fashion finds as it was full of artistic and interesting people.
Feast your eyes on this line-up and save your appetite for the jump off this weekend!
Don’t sweat the heat. Our Brooklyn Flea Philly vintage vendors have a lineup of cool looks that span decades of summer.
A few of our new Philly vendors introduce themselves and talk about their creative processes, the City of Brotherly Love’s charm, and the people who inspire them.
Furniture, folk art, housewares, rugs and all matter of home-altering regalia takes a ride out of the countryside and into the heart of The Piazza.