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A hip array from the vintage to the bespoke to the offbeat to dazzle and inspire a Williamsburg market weekend. Lanie Lynn Vintage and off-shoot Dog Tag Designs are familiar to market lovers who've made the visit to the DeKalb Market in downtown Brooklyn (now closed). The devotee of the pop-up shop brings her vintage wonderland to North Brooklyn for the weekend unearthing treasured jewels from the second half of the 20th century and more (photo above).

Men deserve the goods and Jimmy Bradshaw delivers them. This Austin native used to run a fab weekend gig on South Congress, embroidering on vintage clothing upcycling and styling mostly men's shirts, work shirts, guayaberas and jackets to make them snappy with old school pearl button snaps. Time to give him a proper WillyB welcome. Saturday & Sunday

Williamsburg-Brunch-MenuIf you missed out on some solid snacking and eating last weekend, fear not. The team behind Hester Street Market fan fave and recent Brooklyn Night Bazaar crowd pleaser Good Eats To Go is back. They've set up one of the more delicious snacking menus we've seen in some time: a gluten-free mac 'n cheese bar, hot vanilla and breakthrough brunch pleaser chicken and waffles. A little comfort food goes a helluva long way.