The Grand Bazaar, at 100 West 77th Street, is kicking off a new series of late-winter events starting on February 3rd. Get some sweet snacks, some vintage artifacts and maybe even meet your future partner!
All Grand Bazaar events take place on Sunday.
February 3rd from 10am to 5:30pm
You’ll find a wide array of potential gifts for Valentine’s Day from lots of local designers. With jewelry made from both experienced designers to those just starting to make a name for themselves, using materials and curating pieces from all around the world.
Vendors will be set up in both the outdoor and indoor section of the market.
February 10th from 10am to 5:30pm
Browse through handmade Valentine sweets and gifts from local designers. Or get a cool vintage item from one of the many regular vendors (if you’re not the mushy types).This is a great day for not only couples, but singles hoping to find love: Grand Bazaar has partnered with LoveMaze for a special matchmaking event. If you’re interested in signing up, here’s the link to register (do it on your phone .. I had difficulty loading the website on my desktop): https://public.thelovemaze.com/#/events/NwMM17mUE
For anyone who registers, LoveMaze will have a tent at the Columbus Ave entrance which will be the meeting spot (it will go from 11am to 3pm).
30% of the ticket price will be donated to Grand Bazaar’s social causes.
NYC Vintage Pop-up
March 10th from 10am to 5:30pm
The vintage pop-up event will showcase vendors offering everything from old Levi’s to vinyl records, cameras and furniture. Check it out and browse through all kinds of apparel, collectibles and art.
Love old New York? Check out these old photos of the Upper West Side!
About Grand Bazaar
The Grand Bazaar features over 100 merchants selling everything from antiques and edibles to rare artisanal items! The proceeds from Grand Bazaar are donated to four public schools located in the vicinity. They help fund better lives to the 4,000 students that attend them during the school year.
The objective of Grand Bazaar is to be the best weekly market in the city. It has become a huge draw for New Yorkers and tourists alike. The market offers handmade goods that are difficult to find elsewhere.
The Grand Bazaar was founded on the premise of creating a lively community of artists and promoting small business. Their end goal has been supporting the public school system. The market provides a great occasion to be social and interact with other members of the community. It’s an excuse to stroll through an endless myriad of shopping opportunities!Sign up for our newsletter for more about local markets + cool shopping!