This holiday season, FAD Market takes a trip down memory lane as we revisit some of our favorite locations from 2017. Three thoughtfully curated makers' markets and our first-ever holiday artisanal food gift market! Over three weekends in December, look forward to an amazing lineup of over 180 independent designer makers showcasing unique handcrafted art, jewelry, apparel, bath and body care, tableware and home furnishings and indulge in locally crafted food and drinks. With a new roster of makers each week, it’s a fun-filled holiday extravaganza not to be missed!
Look forward to over 40 designer makers in the gorgeous Romanesque Revival building. A museum, library and educational center, the Brooklyn Historical Society is located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights and close to the N, R, W, 2, 3, 4 and 5 subway lines.
Catch over 45 designer makers at the notable interdisciplinary art center that shares the same workspace as brands like Tattly, and Diptique. Located on Bergen Street, it is also a stone's throw from the busy retail streets of Smith and Court. The venue is right next to the F and G train lines.
Our biggest market of the season will see over 60 designer makers at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn. Heralded as a Foodie Destination, the extensive complex is home to DeKalb Market Hall, which houses renowned purveyors such as Katz’s Deli, Pierogi Boys, Bunker and more. The mall is a short walk from the B, D, N, Q, R, W, 2 and 3 subway lines.
Join us at FAD Market's first-ever holiday artisanal food gift market! Look forward to over 40 independent makers showcasing a delectable selection of artisanal food offerings including charcuterie, condiments, maple syrup, spices, finishing salts, chocolates, baked goods, and more, as well as food-related products such as handmade ceramics, coasters, cheese boards, chopping blocks and kitchen textiles among others.