Though some of us don't want to admit it, today's brisk morning temperatures are a sign that open-toed shoes and outdoor eating are on the way out. The Brooklyn Flea and sister food market Smorgasburg have made plans for the colder months that include picking up their many operations flung across three boroughs and moving them all to Sunset Park.

Beginning the weekend of October 17th and 18th, the Flea and the Smorg will move to Industry City, a rapidly-growing, multi-use creative office and production facility near the Brooklyn waterfront. In a second floor, 50,000-square-foot loft space there'll be 100 Flea vendors and another 40 Smorgasburg vendors, whose identities won't be released for another month. In 2013, the dual markets took over an enormous space in Williamsburg and last year cozied up to Berg'n, the beer and food hall run by the Brooklyn Flea team.

Oddly, there's already a food hall inside Industry City, with over a dozen vendors including Spanish Harlem's Taco Mix. With six million square-feet of complex to work with, hopefully they won't get in each other's way.

Also of note: the final days of the outdoor markets vary by location. The final Williamsburg Sunday Flea will be September 27th and the final Williamsburg Saturday Smorgasburg will be November 21st. The newish Prospect Park Smorgasburg closes up shop October 11th with the also newish Queens Smorgasburg battening down the hatches October 31st.