The days are a little shorter, but Extra Fancy’s market will keep the holiday cheer alive. via IG

In case you thought we were all done announcing winter holiday markets after yesterday’s bonanza of a roundup, we’ve got another one for you, and it features vendors you’re unlikely to have seen anywhere else. If the humdrum Etsy fare just isn’t doing it for you right now, come around back behind Extra Fancy (302 Metropolitan Ave.) in Williamsburg tomorrow, Dec. 3 and Sunday, Dec. 4 for a cozy little cloisters of jewelry, antiques, wellness products and children’s fashion.

Best of all? Drink specials for our readers! Read on to find out how to knock a few dollars off those Extra Fancy pints you’ll be drinking while you browse.

The market will feature vintage and antique curios from Town Peddlers and Eclectic Collectibles, curated fashion from India by Fiza Fashion, children’s clothing by Mizudama and Viola Bebe, and jewelry by Paulo Manaid. You can also pick up handmade tchotchkes by You Rock NY.

Need sustenance for the trek around the courtyard? Extra Fancy’s got you covered with hot chowder and spiked drinks out back. They’re offering an Abuelita (spicy hot chocolate with mezcal), a hot cider paired with mellow corn whiskey, and a drink called “Meanwhile,  Back at the Lodge” (a solid coffee, whiskey and whipped cream combo).

There’ll also be live music on both days, acts TBA.

Oh, and you didn’t think we’d forget the drink special, didja? Just say “ALCOHOLIDAYS” when buying a beer at the bar to get yourself a dollar off any pint. Happy shopping!

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