You already know about the major holiday pop-up markets throughout the city: Columbus Circle, Grand Central, Bryant Park, and Union Square. But then again, so does everybody else—meaning they’ll be crowded as all heck. And while it’s definitely worth browsing through some key booths here (more on that next week), you should also be well-versed in the multitude of other temporary shopping options that exist around the city.
So here, we’ve rounded up sixteen places you can shop in Manhattan and Brooklyn, from month-long marketplaces with do-gooder missions to single-weekend events that will focus on designers or local crafters. Read on for the pop-ups that the tourists haven’t discovered…yet.