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The mighty Brooklyn Flea debuted at it’s new spot on the Williamsburg waterfront yesterday. Today, Flea officially reports that over 25,000 people visited the Fort Greene and Williamsburg markets on their first weekend outdoors in 2011. Here’s a quick look at the Williamsburg action:

The Feast was on hand to interview market founder Eric Demby about Flea’s foray to the waterfront.

View more videos at: http://www.thefeast.com.

Racked has a look at what felt different at Flea’s new Sunday spot (bottom line = fewer babies, more bikes).

Nona scout Jacque Schiller checked out the action as well. Her report? Really windy, super-crowded, tons of food, all-around awesome. Despite a healthy buffeting by the breeze and the crowd, she managed to grab a few photos.

The Brooklyn Flea debuts on the Williamsburg waterfront

Williamsburg's Fine & Raw Chocolate must be happy about the new Sunday spot - they can pretty much just walk across the street and set up

SCRATCHbread rocks the toast

SCRATCHbread

This & That be Jammin'

Who else was there? Let us know what you thought of the new spot and the vendors. If you snapped any pics of opening day that you’d like to share, send them to us at info@nonabrooklyn.com and we’ll add them to the post.

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