Summer may be over, but your favorite outdoor fleas and markets aren’t going anywhere just yet. After a short break, one of the most popular bazaars for foodies—Queens International Night Market—returns for the autumn season on Saturday, September 29.
The open-air market, which features delicious grub from more than 80 countries, is open from 6pm to midnight every Saturday through October 27. It’s claim to fame, besides the slew of vendors and live performances, is the market’s $5 price-cap on most of the eats. (Talk about a cheap meal!) In addition to the grub, beer and wine is available for purchase all night, which makes this a weekend hot spot—especially for anyone with a case of the late-night munchies.
Some of the vendors include Bstro’s Taiwanese popcorn chicken, Korean pancakes by Seoul, Mochi Waffles from Moffle Bar, Indonesian bites from Moon Man, San Antonio’s Wood-Fired Pizza and so much more. Check out the full vendor list here as well as the lineup of performances the fall iteration of the market.
Queens Night Market is located at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona, Park.