Greenwich Village. The neighborhood has historically been an artist's haven, and over the years has morphed into one of New York City's most highly regarded areas. With it's many high-end boutiques, decades-old restaurants and long-running street markets, the neighborhood is overflowing with the energy of New York.
The Manhattan Makers Market is a celebration of creative artists and makers, taking place over the course of three days.
On Saturday May 21st, you will find Autumn Bear Herbals as well as a range of artfully-made goods, from clothing to jewelry, art, food, decor, and more. This is the place to go if you're looking for one-of-a-kind items made locally in the NY metro area.
Located inside a former theater at 159 Bleecker Street in New York's Greenwich Village, this marketplace is easy to find, no matter where you're coming from. Within 8 blocks of the B, D, F, M, 1, N, Q, R, A, C, E and Path trains, there won't be a problem getting here.