This Ain’t Your Grammy’s Flea Market
Gearing up for the Dallas Flea
Dust and rust. Two good reasons to snub typical flea markets. But the Dallas Flea isn’t so typical. The curated indoor bazaar, which unfolds three times a year at South Side on Lamar, features 75 Texas talents who sell unique handmade and vintage furniture, home accents, art, clothing, and jewelry. At the fall show, which runs this Saturday from 9am to 4pm, we’ll be hunting down Cimarrona’s hand-knitted caps and tooth fairy pillows ($28-$32), appliqué baby clothes by Twenty9 Freckles, Regal Cottage’s plush Babuska dolls—crafted from colorful textiles—and Dowdy Studio’s animal art prints ($16 and up). Keep an eye out, too, for Southern Hippie, who will be selling a small stash of boho-chic baby and toddler threads outside. If the kids are in tow, be sure to hit Ruthie’s Rolling Café grilled cheese food truck or Sonny Bryan’s barbecue. Entry is $5; kiddos 12 and under are free.
The Dallas Flea
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
1409 S. Lamar Street, South Side on Lamar