PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun

The City Flea is one of Cincinnati's host of pop-up markets, a mesmerizing mecca that brings all manner of arts, crafts, food and drink to Over-the-Rhine's Washington Park. This curated urban flea market descends on Washington Park once a month from May to December (with special holiday markets held in area establishments). Now in its seventh year of operation, the market aims to be a "small business incubator" where you can keep your dollars local. Participating businesses feature everything from made-from-scratch arepas to plant studios, with plenty of Cincinnati-specific gear to discover along the way. A few of this month's participants included Charnee's Mindful Donuts, Coffee Emporium, Fern, Hello Handzy, The Arepa Place, Tryst Studios, Wolf Bomb Creative and more. 

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PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas
PHOTOS: OTR's June City Flea with Crafted Goods, Local Bites and the Blazing Sun
Photo: Patty Salas