Greenpoint Food Market is inspired by all foods fresh and local, artisanal and homemade. It is a response to a burgeoning culinary food scene billowing through Brooklyn and functions as a support system for food makers in search of an audience to present and share their home-craft goods. GFM encourages community involvement and DIY methods of food production and hopes to bring people together to simply enjoy and appreciate delicious food.

GFM takes place monthly inside Church of Messiah located at 129 Russell Street between Nassau and Driggs Ave in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Click here for a map.

GFM is always looking for vendors, to join the market shoot an email to:


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  2. Hello,

    What do I need to do if I would like to be a vendor at one of your food market events? I was thinking of selling my food at the market.

  3. Hi,

    If I wanted to be a vendor at the next market on May 22nd, what do I need to do? I am interested in your market. My friend who is a vendor got me interested. Just let me know if you need more information. You can email me at fancindy888@gmail.com. Thank you for your time.

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  6. Tanya Briendel

    I would like to get in touch with Fabiana Lee about purchasing some cake pops. Can you have her contact me at me e-mail address?
    Thanks, Tanya Briendel

  7. as much as you can send me,i.e how much to set up a stand,etc…

  8. please tell me how I can sell my food at the market.

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