New Yorkers love a good open-air, food-centric market—ehem Smorgasburg—but the Bronx Night Market not only brings amazing eats, it celebrates all that the incredible northernmost borough has to offer.
Bronx Night Market has officially announced their opening weekend date to kick off their third bustling season. On Saturday, May 2, you can cruise uptown to the weekly fete which runs between 4 and 10pm.
Every year there's thumping live music, performances, local merchants, and Bronx-based vendors, serving up tamales, soul food, latkes, ice cream, pastries, elotes and vegan creations.
This season welcomes new vendors to the mix such as Mao's Baos, Rooster Boys, Wowfulls, Bolivian Llama Party, Fried Lasagna Mama, El Lechon de Negron, Osicala NYC among others.
Don’t fret, there are still loads of vendors back by popular demand from last year too, like The Bronx Burger Co, The Fried Kitchen, MozzArepa, Chavas Empanadas, ChefBoyarnetty, DownEast Lobastah, Crabman Mike, La Braza, Wah Gwaan, Mixto Tacos, to name few.
After you've snacked, hit the onsite beer garden to loosen up with beer from their rotating list of New York State craft breweries and wait for tunes to start.
The Bronx Night Market is located at Fordham Plaza, E Fordham Rd, The Bronx, NY 10458, and will run weekly from May 2 through October.