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Here's the full line-up for this weekend's Queens Night Market

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Christina Izzo

Back for its second season, the Queens International Night Market is set to fuel your summery Saturday nights with everything from Korean corndogs to Ecuadorian juices to Trinidadian shark sandwiches.

Running 6pm to midnight every Saturday from April 23rd through August 20th at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows, the open-air bazaar features retail and art vendors, cultural performances and entertainment (Hawaiian dance troupes, Bollywood dancers), but one of the biggest draws is the food.

Street snacks cap at five bucks per item, which means you'll have plenty of dough to spread out across vendors including House of Mac (fried mac-and-cheese balls), Panda Cafe (bubble tea and shaved ice), Shucos NYC (Guatemalan hot dogs) and C Bao (pork and duck buns). Check out the full food offerings and fellow vendors here.

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