yes the market is a little run down . its not full of vendors like in its peak.there re a lot of spaces open. the place is big.not easy to fill .It does have two well stocked meat markets with a lot of stuff i've seen before and some i haven't . there are a lot of shops perogis and... 更多
I usually only go during the holidays--this is when there are the most vendors. The front of the market is like a crappy flea market, but once you get past that there is the food. Pierogis are the best along with the bakeries. I don't eat meat, but there is a huge selection. Also many wineries have stands there.
First time I've ever been there-the day before Easter. There is so much there, just about puts you into sensory overload. Butcher shops offering everything you can imagine, Perogi shops, bakeries, spice marketers. It was quite the spectacle that day, musicians, old time organ grinders (no monkeys). Lots of gift shops and a nice little sit down restaurant. A lot... 更多
Broadway Market has just about everything! If you are Polish or just love Polish food you must go during the holidays. A free parking garage is conveniently located next door so parking is easy. Once inside, you can purchase all types of meat and seafood at one of the meat markets. Several bakeries are scattered around the inside in addition... 更多
the Broadway Market is THE PLACE TO BE at Easter time. OMG!!! so many vendors---everything from hats to wine tasting. my best friend & I go every year, and I gotta say, today (Good Friday) was PACKED!!!!! there were soooooooooooooooooooooo many people there today---shoulder to shoulder----------and it was AWESOME!!!! going there makes Easter much more SPECIAL.
Great way to spend the morning with the family. Plenty of attached parking. Fantasic baked goods and meat market. I wish I lived closer to it!
When the Broadway shopping district was filled with vibrant activity -- Sattler's bustling landmark department store and many other retailers, scads of busy Polish taverns, newsstands, pedestrian and vehicular traffic, street vendors -- this was the cherished centerpiece. Then, 50 years ago, things changed. Even so, it's still hard now to believe what has happened to the proud East Side.... 更多
While the building is old, it's a fun tradition to do every year at Easter time. There's a bunch of local venders that sell bake goods, food, candy,etc. Even if you don't buy anything it's something fun to do with family. I now have a daughter of my own and can't wait to share this with her.
Sorry to burst everyone's bubble, but I call it as I see it. This place is a dump. When I think of public markets I think of vibrant and bustling places full of unique products that are hard to find elsewhere. First problem - This place is dead. Very dead. On a typical day there's barely anyone to be found... 更多