This Catskills-Born Flea Market Is Bringing Cali's Coolest Artisans to Row DTLA Starting This Weekend

Market Market is popping up every other Saturday this spring.

Row DTLA may be missing its now-shuttered Manufactory, but there's still plenty at the bustling creative hub to keep foodies and fashionable shoppers busy. Fresh off hosting West Coast Craft's first-ever L.A. event last month, the stylish Arts District lifestyle destination is welcoming Market Market, a new biweekly bazaar from the founder of New York-born East + West Experiential Markets.

Starting this Saturday, Jan. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the pet- and family-friendly flea will take over Row DTLA's Dock Street with a stylish lineup of 21 makers (many of them from the Golden State) hawking handmade and vintage clothing, jewelry, footwear, apothecary, home goods, furniture, decor, gourmet food, and much more with a Cali-bohemian vibe.

At the inaugural pop-up, expect to shop local favorites like Joshua Tree-based Artisan Collage and Recapitate, Palm Springs-based Paul Lowe Ceramics, The Bay Area's Harp Designs and Kaleidoscope Goods, and L.A.'s own Bathke Bespoke and Louella Basil Vintage alongside Mexico-made Espíritu and NYC-based, Philippines-made Hatzumomo, to name just a handful. The market will return at the same time on Jan. 25, Feb. 8 and 22, and March 7 and 21, rain or shine.

The nomadic shopping series was born as the Phoenicia Flea and founded by James Anthony, who debuted the event in 2014 at hip Catskills hotel The Graham & Co., where he was general manager at the time. Since then, it's branched out across America in the Bay Area as Fog City Flea, in the Coachella Valley and the Southwest as the Mojave Flea (which popped up at DTLA's Freehand Hotel last year), and later this year, in Nashville and beyond as the Southern Flea.

Dig it? Get updates on the market's latest lineup and follow @marketmarketdtla.

Main photo: Jessi Torres/East + West Experiential Markets

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