The Blogger Crawl is back! In June, a group of bloggers in my community decided to get together and write blog posts about our favorite and most popular establishments in Red Bank. Now, we are covering stores, restaurants, and other businesses in Asbury Park. We all got together for a blogger brunch at Toast, where I ordered the infamous red velvet waffles (to die for).
For this Blogger Crawl I am covering a cool pop-up store on the boardwalk, The Market at 5th Avenue. This store is the definition of artsy. The Market at 5th Avenue is a union of local, national and international indie shops, artists and designers. The space itself is completely white and all of the colorful, unique pieces pop against the plain space. The store carries many vendors’ and artists’ products and work and even a cafe, Talula’s Outpost. Here you can view the entire list of vendors and artists that The Market at 5th Avenue carries. The products featured in the store include sunglasses, handmade artwork or sculptures, accessories, handmade jewelry, purses, photographs, cards, decor, shoes, and many types of outdoor-inspired and mostly sustainable clothing. Overall, my favorite pieces were the Save My Bag purses which looked like high-end bags made of lycra, the huge shelf of lightweight, wooden sunglasses, and the International Playground necklaces which were so funny and cute.
The Market at 5th Avenue also focuses on the community. They hold events such as workshops, live music, and promotes local artisans and brands. They have three upcoming events which you can check out here. To get more updates and images of The Market at 5th Avenue, check out their Instagram account here.
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