The first Neighborhood Flea pops up at the parking lot at 23rd Street in the Strip District between Penn Avenue and Smallman Street (near Marty's Market). And, if the weather gets fierce, we'll move inside the Pittsburgh Public Market only steps away.
Park on the street or in our lot ($7 for the day) and become an important part of the day. Plan to spend some time at the market. For the early risers, we'll have coffee, crepes, and cold drinks for brunch. And fill up on delicious fare from the Pittsburgh Taco Truck, YinzBurgh BBQ (including vegan options), and Marty's Market (grilling and serving 100% pasture-raised, GMO-free burgers and hotdogs) to keep you fueled as you explore the vintage and handmade market mix. Cool off with the Pop Stop and grab a strawberry basil lemonade.
Get to know our sellers like Bess and her partners from the Red Pop Shop and Vintage Mixer, Melissa of 1820 House, or Kate from Highway Robbery Vintage. Meet Quelcy and Thommy of Harvest & Gather who styled the Flea.
Sit for some henna art with Om Henna Designs and meet the ladies from Chicks in the Hood Urban Coop Tour. Hang out with Nathan from the Lawrenceville Farmer's Market who will be demonstrating making a SIP (sub irrigation planter) from pallets along with selling planters. Proceeds from his sales will benefit the Farmer's Market.