LONG ISLAND CITY — Move over, Brooklyn Flea.
The Queens waterfront may be getting its own outdoor food and flea market this summer, according to a new website.
LIC Flea — not affiliated with the Brooklyn market, the site says — is set to take place on weekends starting in June in a parking lot at the corner of 46th Avenue and 5th Street, an area accessible by several train lines and the East River Ferry.
Organizers did not return calls for comment, and the site doesn't provide a vendors list. But the website says the market "has been curated with the diversity and spirit of Queens in mind" and that it has "recruited the best of the city."
"LIC Flea & Food will be a fun and vibrant market comprised of food and drinks, antiques,
collectibles, art, crafts, fashion and more," a Facebook page for the market says.
LIC Flea, which has been advertised on the back page of the April edition of Boro magazine, is one of several outdoor markets planned for Long Island City this summer.
Two farmers markets are being planned for Vernon Boulevard and 48th Avenue, on Saturdays.