The photo above was taken at the flea market that’s in Williamsburg every Sunday.
In the back, you see a food stall called the Landhaus where I purchased a lamb burger. It was served on a crusty baguette (part of a baguette, not the whole baguette), and was dressed with grilled onions and melted feta cheese. The lamb was grass fed and came from a local farm, or so the sign said; I wouldn’t be able to taste the difference if the lamb was shipped in from thousands of miles away and fed normal commercial lamb feed. I think that the portion was kind of small for eight dollars, but I appreciate the effort that went into the idea. And it’s nice to buy food from a college-educated white person instead of a foreigner or a NAM.
I encourage you to click on the photo which will direct you to a larger version of the photo in which you can see what was going on in more detail. You can try to see if you spot anyone there who isn’t white. (I see an Asian male at the very left of the photo wearing a beige beret.) This is the neighborhood where the girls from the HBO show Girls live, and I think that show correctly captures the lack of diversity in this part of New York City, even though New York City as a whole is only 33% non-Hispanic white, and Williamsburg is close the very center of the city, being at the border of Brooklyn and Queens and right across the river from Manhattan. (Click here for detailed NYC demographics.)
However, the flea market was not 100% white. There were a few East Asians, mostly women. Asian men are typically there with an Asian female significant other (I can't tell if the Asian guy in the photo above is solo or not), while Asian women are often with another Asian woman or with a white male. There were a handful Oreo blacks. Black males actually outnumbered Asian males. Asian males don’t get this hipster scene at all. I didn’t see any Indians.