The Queens Night Market

The Queens International Night Market returns to Corona Park for it's fifth season this Saturday, with an incredible line-up of food vendors representing over 80 countries.  Since it began in 2015, the market has welcomed nearly one million visitors; many drawn to diversity and affordability of the event where all food is capped at just $5 dish.  The price cap continues today with only a handful of $6 exceptions.  

This year the Market is selling a limited number of tickets to two "Sneak Preview" nights on  April 20th & 27th.  Guests can purchase a $5 ticket here for market entry before the public opening on May 4th, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit The New York Immigration Coalition and City Harvest.

Here's a run down of some of the fantastic food you can expect this year:

Native Noodles Singaporean Laska Noodles- rice noodles, prawn and laska leaf in a coconut curry sauce

Joon Rice Pomegranate Walnut Chicken- a sweet and sour blend of chicken, ground walnut and pomegranate on a crispy rice cake

Moon Man South East Asian Desserts- Coconut Pancake, Pandan Steamed Cake & Baked Cassava Cake 

ChefBoyarNetty Sunday Cupcake- corn bread muffin stuffed with macaroni & cheese, whipped mashed potato frosting and a crispy fried chicken wing  

Jaa Dijo Dom South African Bunny Chow- fresh white bread, scooped out and stuffed with hot chicken curry topped with sour cream and scallions

Janie's Pie Crust Cookies- only the best parts of the pie; chopped pecans, buttery streusel and a rich flaky crust.

David Berg Smoked Pastrami- natural hickory smoked pastrami, hand rubbed with brown sugar, coriander and black pepper

Dottie's Norwegian Kitchen- Fårikål Lamb and Cabbage Stew; come for the hearty food and stay for the delightful napkins

Em Restaurant Vietnamese Noodle Soup- shrimp, pork rib, chive, scallion and cilantro with gluten free rice noodles

In addition to all of this great food there will be live performances on the stage every night and art vendors selling items like handmade jewelry, soy candles and small batch soap.  For those who can't make the "sneak preview" the market will be free and open to the public starting on May 4th.

Queens Night Market
Saturdays 5:00 PM- Midnight
New York Hall of Science
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens