Saffron Brooklyn was established in October of 2009 in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.  As the project of a New Yorker who was raised and grew up in Fort Greene, Saffron has become a space that brings both the old and new community together. We specialize in unique arrangements informed by our team’s experience in the arts and have garnered a reputation for our unique sensibilities over the past decade. We are a small team that have degrees in Fine Arts, Architecture and Art History.

Our studio and gallery space, Sunday Takeout, was founded in 2016 which focuses on working with local and emerging artists and collaborate with like-minded organizations to further educate and help secure accessibly to those in our communities.

In May of 2019, we joined the oldest historic city-run public market in New York, Essex Market located at 88 Essex Street in the Lower East Side, as our second location, likewise guided by a belief in bringing unconventional, daring flowers to the surrounding community in a manner rooted in immediacy and personal connection.


Fort Greene Location

31 Hanson Place Brooklyn, NY 11217

Hours: Closed Mondays & Tuesdays Wednesday – Saturday 12pm to 6pm Sunday 11am to 5pm

Essex Market Location

88 Essex Street New York, NY 10002 (Stall 1)

Hours: Monday 11am to 5pm Closed Tuesdays Wednesday – Saturday 11am to 7pm Sunday 11am to 6pm

Other Current Collaborations:

Join us every weekend from Friday to Sundays 12pm- 6pm at the Essex Market with Mil Mundos Books. Mil Mundos is a Bilingual bookstore based in Bushwick that curates to Black, Latinx and Indigenous writers.

A selection of dried bouquets are available for purchase in East Williamsburg at both Porteñas/Mercadito locations (557 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11211 & 649 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211) Porteñas is a Women, Latinx and Queer owned cafe.