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LIC Flea kicks off Saturday

LICFLEA

June 14, 2013 Staff Report

LIC Flea & Food opens this weekend on the 24,000 square foot parking lot at the corner of 46th Avenue and 5th Street.

The market will bring over 90 food and goods vendors to the Long Island City from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays until October.

Vendors include Sweetleaf, Manducatis Rustica ,Tastaccio. M. Wells Dinette,  JJs Asian Fusion, Alobar Restaurant, Blend and several other restaurants.

There will also be Floresta, the popular LIC florist, as well as several arts & crafts vendors .

 

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