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  1. Queens Night Market
    Photographs: Time Out/Ali GarberPhotographs: Time Out/Ali Garber
  2. Queens Night Market
  3. Queens Night Market
    Photograph: Ali Garber
  4. Queens Night Market

Time Out says

It’s hard to get good food on the cheap, but for seven years, Queens Night Market has prided itself on offering the city’s best eats for just $5-6.

The foodie festival runs on Saturday nights through the summer at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, starting on April 13. New this year: The event will open at 4pm, an hour earlier than it has in the past and will include even more vendors than usual.

There will also be other items sale besides food, including vintage apparel, handmade jewelry, ceramic products, locally produced art pieces, crochet toys, stationery, and much more.

In its existence, the market has attracted over 2 million visitors, helped launch 350 new businesses in New York and represented more than 90 countries through its vendors and their food. In 2022, the event averaged over 15,000 attendees each Saturday night. 

Rossilynne Skena Culgan
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Rossilynne Skena Culgan


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