Fun-Filled Market Pops-Up Under the High Line
What better way to spend this last beautiful long weekend in the city than to hit up the High Line, then mosey on down to the brand new pop-up market on Washington.

Dozens of local companies have booths at the market, from clothes to jewelry to soaps!

Humble Chic has trendy clothes at affordable prices, says owner Daniella Berkson. She says every piece of clothing is under $100. We found one womens' top that was especially cute. "Its only $58 bucks for a colorful color-blocked sweater and it has a sheer mesh back," explained Berkson.

Another great find at the market is a Brooklyn-based company called Insiders 1 which sells bags and accessories featuring New York-based photos. "I started this line which is all my photography and some special effects, and then printed on Italian leather by my husband Fabio. It is all made in Brooklyn which I'm very proud of," said owner Sigal De Mayo. Prices range from $40 to $300.

'Made in New York' is definitely a trend at the market. We stopped at a local hat store called Charm NYC where a husband and wife team hand-make various hats and stuffed animals.

Michael Rivello of La Savonnerie, a soap company based in France, loves the location of this particular pop-up market, adding, "This area has become very popular now for tourists, you got the High Line and a beautiful Standard hotel behind us."

Business owners and their customers have Urban Space Marketplace to thank for this perfect pop-up space.

Julie Feltman of Urban Space told PIX11, "We can move up to any space that can be held up with construction and come in with a pop-up four month market with amazing designers and great food vendors and have it be a nice, little stumble-upon experience for New Yorkers."

That is exactly how a couple of Long Islanders found it! Despina Yarian said, "We had no idea, we were just in the city getting haircuts, and we just stumbled upon this and enjoyed it and we actually bought some jewelery and had a very nice lunch."

Let's not forget about the fantastic food.

Mexicue, based in the Lower East Side, is described as a combination of Mexican and barbecue with special dishes such a brisket sliders with guacamole and green chile mac n' cheese.

The pop-up market under the High Line will be around for four months and open every day until at least 9:00pm.