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Queens International Night Market is reopening for fall with new vendors

David Goldberg

For fans of cheap and delicious NYC food truck fare, the wait is almost over. The Queens International Night Market returns on Saturday October 8 at 6pm for a Halloween season of arts, crafts and brand new food vendors. The Corona Park fest, which has been on break since August for the U.S. Open, will add dozens of new restaurants and trucks to its already diverse international roster. Upcoming vendors include Korgai—known for Thai crispy wings, Mochi Waffle mavericks Moffle Bar, Chilean street food favorite Completo NYC and Apiterra Honey. Keeping with festival tradition, most items will go for around $6. 

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Craft and apparel vendors will also be bringing their A-game, with companies like Raw Earth Apothecary, Theobucket Vintage and Fiza Fashion showing off their newest wares. Expect a solid lineup of live performances and flowing alcohol in the beer garden. 

The market runs every Saturday through the October 29 finale, which will feature a Halloween party and costume contest. You can learn more on the Queens Night Market site

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