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Come Join us at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden!
Food & Drinks
What Could Be Better?
Astoria Market at Bohemian Hall invites you to join us this coming Sunday, November 20th from 12 to 6 pm in the main hall of the famous Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden.
This Sunday’s market will be one of only three left before the holidays; two more events are planned for December. So if you see something you like, you should really consider getting it because that particular vendor may not be back for the remaining shows.
Some of the wares you’ll find at this Sunday’s market are:
Art & Photography
Scarves & Hats
Astoria Market is the first and only on-going artisan market in Western Queens, and all of Queens for that matter. As you may know, Brooklyn has numerous markets, some that have been in existence for years. So please come out to support Astoria Market and its local artists. Let’s prove to Brooklyn that they’re not the only game in town. Let’s show everyone that Queens is ready, willing, and able to sustain great artisan marketplaces.
We thank you very much for your continued support and hope to see you on Sunday, November 20th. Continue reading
Check out our feature in the Time Out Kids June/July issue. Click here. Continue reading
Astoria Market is back with a Valentine’s Day edition. If you’re burning the midnight oil looking for the perfect, unique gift, this place is hands-down your best bet. Designers from all over the city commence at the garden of beer. Continue reading
This Sunday, treat yourself to some cocktail-flavored cupcakes made by Intoxicating Confections. On the menu: Champagne and Mudslide cupcakes. Check out their blog here. Continue reading
Silky Body Veil, Yogurt Collagen Souffle, Green Tea Handcrafted Soap, and Sugar Cube Foaming Body Scrubs are some of the bath and body care products you’ll find at the Butter Cups & Beauty Bars table on 1/30. Check out their website here. Continue reading
Astoria-based Laura Makla will be presenting her women’s contemporary wear collection this Sunday at the market. Makla’s pieces include drapey silk tunics, delicately detailed camisoles, and street chic jersey tops and dresses. Take a look at the Makla collection here. Continue reading