I heart the 6th Borough Market—and it’s back today! Take a walk behind City Hall (Montgonmery St. and Marin Blvd.) between 11am and 5pm to soak in the unique offerings and handcrafted items. There is nothing like shopping local.
Click below to see pics & purchases from my last visit…
The6th Borough Markethappens every second and last Sunday of the month from 11am-5pm behind City Hall (Marin & Montgomery).
The outdoor market is mix of high quality crafts and goods in a festive, family-friendly atmosphere. While local vendors display handmade and vintage collectibles, local chefs whip up plenty of good eats.
This Sunday, 6/14, Mayor Fulop will be in attendance for a ribbon cutting ceremony that “celebrates the market’s commitment to connecting local micro-entrepreneurs and the Jersey City community.
Shop the pop-up 6th Borough Market from 11am-5pm located behind City Hall (Montgomery St & Marin Blvd) this Sunday, September 14th.Some of the contributing brands are: Do You Tea? Soap for Sinners, Republic of Pigtails, Oh Honey!, Choc-o-Pain, Vera Vixeness, Cholita Dessert Bar, and more.
The Market is a curated mix of artisan crafts and vintage goods for sale, and the experience is topped off with children’s activities and yummy eats. Artists, collectors and chefs gather to provide a fun experience for families on one given Sunday each month during the warm season. Note: It’s the second-to-last one! (October 19th is the final market.)
The 6th Borough Market returns this summer Sunday, this time behind City Hall on Montgomery St. @ Marin Blvd.
The Market is a curated mix of artisan crafts and vintage goods for sale, and the experience is topped off with children’s activities and yummy eats. Artists, collectors and chefs gather to provide a fun experience for families on one given Sunday each month during the warm season. This Sunday, look for a very limited edition of urban cycling caps by Cecilia and Reuben.
(Upcoming dates: July 20, August 10, September 14, and October 19.) For those of you who missed the festivities last year, here are a few mentions from me.
This Sunday marks the second-to-last 6th Borough Market, which boasts tons of unique vendors. Think quality homemade and vintage goods, gift items, jewelry, stuff for kids, beauty and bath treats, and then of course kids’ activities and food.
The outdoor family-friendly market is located at 1 McWilliams Place (Hamilton Park) from 11am-4pm.