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Queens Night Market Adds New Vendors To Its List Of International Cuisine

Bianca Bahamondes Bianca Bahamondes

Queens Night Market Adds New Vendors To Its List Of International Cuisine
Queens Night Market opened on May 4, and now halfway through the 2019 summer season they’re bringing on even more food vendors to serve up tasty international cuisine.

The open-air market has been around since 2015 and with each year gets larger and more popular. So far during the 2019 season, the Queens Night Market has been averaging over 12,000 visitors per night! Their varied cuisine pulls from restaurants around the world representing food from 90 countries.

@queensnightmarket via Instagram

The team behind the market also decided to make some changes this year in compared to last by opening an hour earlier, doing away with the beer and wine garden partition, and lowering vendor fees; all of which have increased vendors sales and created a more family friendly environment.

@queensnightmarket via Instagram

The most notable part of the event for New Yorkers, however, is that all food options have a price cap of $5 (with only a few $6 exceptions). As the founder of QNM, John Wang, noted:

“We remain committed to being the most diversely attended event in NYC, which to us also necessarily means being the most affordable event in NYC.” 

@queensnightmarket via Instagram

New vendors you can expect to find at the event include:

Phnom Penh Project: Cambodian Amok Trey and Chek Cheng

Momos: Tibetan dumplings

Pakistand: Pakistani Chapli Kebab and Aloo Vada

La’Maoli: Antiguan Ducana, Saltfish and Bouillabaisse

Tanabel: Iranian Mirza and Syrian Manakish

Cathailina: Thai Kari Pap & Kanom Pung

Brooklyn Dumpling: Polish Pierogis and Kopytka

Bengali Street Eats: Bengali Chotpoti and Samosas

Chori & Chimi: Argentinian Choripan

Balkan Bites: Bureks

Grilla in Manila: Filipino Spaghetti

You can find more information and a list of all vendors on the official website.

Where: New York Hall of Science, Flushing Meadows Corona Park

When: Saturdays from April 20-August 17, 5 p.m.-12 a.m.

Featured image: @queensnightmarket via Instagram

 


Also published on Medium.