Hot on the heels of a new Chelsea restaurant, Smorgasburg and its sister Brooklyn Flea are continuing their quest for citywide domination with two new markets in West Soho. The first, opening Saturday, will be a “permanent” location of Brooklyn Flea, inside of an 89-year-old Art Deco building at 100 Avenue of the Americas. According to an announcement sent out today, Brooklyn Flea Soho “will occupy the 13,000 square-foot ground-floor indoor space with 60 vendors for at least the next two years, year-round, on weekends only to start.” This should give veteran vendors and newbs alike more to do in the wake of Williamsburg Flea’s closure.

Next month, Smorgasburg will take over a vacant lot at 76 Varick Street, at Canal. The outdoor lot, right across from the new Flea (and the forthcoming Jackie Robinson Museum), recently became a village of geodesic domes when National Geographic staged an activation there. No word on whether domes will also be used to house the vendors– dare to dream! We know only that seven of them will be stationed here on weekdays and 20 of them on weekends. As with the now defunct Seaport Smorgasburg, there’ll be a full bar.

While we wait for more details on Smorg Manhattan, here’s the lineup for Brooklyn Flea Soho:

AM Design NY
Avian and John
Bittle and Burley
Bleecker Street Antiques and Collectibles
Bogart and Moore
Brooklyn Vintage Club
Brooklyn Watches
Claudia Pearson
Collectible African Art
dAN’s Parents’ House
Elma Blint Jewelry
Flutter by Katie
Flux Productions
Groove Records
Hook and Ladder Vintage
Juicy D’s Tees
Kingston Twenty One
Little Stone
New York City Ephemera
Mad Salvage Vintage Wares
Manny’s Collectibles
Marilyn Hitchcock Vintage
Michelle Arabian Ceramics
Recycled Brooklyn
Robot Bubble Bath
Savannah Hope Vintage
Shade Amour
Spartan Antiques
Standard Wormwood Distillery
Thea Grant Outpost
This Night
Today’s Vintage Designs
Twelve Letter Company
Van der Most Modern
White Dove American Vintage
Wilder’s Living Room
Windsor Place Antiques
Winter Water Factory
Wrecords By Monkey