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Gorge on noodles, tacos and beer at the Openhouse Asian Night Market

By Rheanna O'Neil Bellomo
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Arroz Caldo at JeepneyPhotograph: Jessica Lin

Recreating the atmosphere of outdoor Asian markets, a late-night feast is taking over Openhouse Bowery on Thursday, Nov 13. During the pig-out, take advantage of an hour of all-you-can-eat grub like finger-lickin’ Korean BBQ spicy pork tacos from Big D’s Grub Truck, plus complimentary pints of Asahi.

After stuffing yourself silly with sweet and savory treats, peruse the market’s shop items like hats and t-shirts by QNS Made—an online business dedicated to showcasing the people, places and businesses of Queens—and Love You Poon. With a $35 ticket, you’ll also get to partake in body painting with artist Paul Nassar, plenty of rug-cutting tuned by DJ Jreamy’s electronic and R&B beats and goodie bags courtesy of Explore Asian.

Here’s the full menu:

Jeepney: Sisig taco (soft taco shells filled with pig ears, snout, cheek, and belly with chili, red onion and avocado cream)

Maharlika Filipino Moderno: Manok an Baboy Adobo (a blend of vinegar-cooked chicken and pork with garlic and peppercorns)

Pasar Malam: Mee Goreng (egg noodles sautéed with tofu, beans sprouts, egg, and fried shallots with a shrimp fritter)

Big D’s Grub Truck: Korean BBQ spicy pork taco topped with cilantro and lime

Wooly’s: Peanut Butter Cup Shaved Snow (shaved-ice-meets-ice-cream with mocha, cookies n’ cream and a chocolate drizzle)

—Written by Ashley Cox

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