No word on whether there will be a water-slides or monster trucks:
Brooklyn Night Bazaar — which launched in 2011 as a four-night festival and then expanded to five weekends last year — is transforming a 24,000-square-foot former Greenpoint bakery into a year-round evening market come November, founder Aaron Broudo told Community Board 1 in an outline of his plan.
The bazaar, whose liquor license was approved by the board’s liquor license committee last week, will be open every Friday and Saturday night from 6 p.m. to midnight and will feature about 20 food vendors nightly, plus dozens of other local vendors of crafts, vintage clothes and other goods.
The market will also offer mini golf, rock climbing, table tennis, the game pétanque and even a Chinese tea ceremony, according to Broudo’s outline, along with light-focused art installations by local artists.
Food vendors at the market will include Roberta’s Pizza, Luke’s Lobster, Van Leeuwen ice cream, Pok Pok NY and Cafe Grumpy, Broudo’s presentation to the community board said.
Brooklyn Night Bazaar will can be found at 29 Norman Ave beginning in November.