Pop up foodie events continue their popular reign in foodiot culture and along comes another: Night Market. On Thursday, June 27th and Friday, June 28th, the Old Bowery Station will be transformed into an indoor street market, with seven local food vendors offering bites of their wares. The space, which formerly housed a subway entrance, still bears the markings of its former life in the form of tiled walls, giving guests a peek into the past in addition to the tasty treats.
On hand at the market are already mobile eats like Hong Kong Street Cart, Mimi & CoCo, dishing up Japanese-inspired street food, and Love Mamak, a Malaysian and Indian-influenced food truck. You can also snack on flaky empanadas from Empies NYC, funky hot dogs from Los Perros Locos and ice cream sandwiches from Melt.
A $50 ticket grants you admission to the space for an hour and fifteen minutes and includes nine tastings from any of the vendors plus two alcoholic beverages. A cash bar on site provides extra liquid enjoyment, should you want it.