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The Queens Night Market has returned to Flushing Meadows Corona Park for its seventh season, and it’s once again a diverse, delicious—and somewhat overwhelming—affair. Here are our top insider tips for where to eat and how to navigate the night market, by a longtime vendor.
One of the most anticipated annual events in New York City is upon us: the Queens Night Market. This open-air market, which typically starts up in April and concludes around the end of October, is a true celebration of the diversity of New York, as the majority of vendors are small operators serving the food they grew up with. For food lovers, it’s a can’t-miss event.
This year the QNM kicked off its seventh season on April 16, 2022. It features around 50 food vendors from countries like Indonesia, Ukraine, Haiti, Peru, Cambodia, Portugal, the Philippines, Colombia, Haiti, Mexico, Antigua, Singapore, El Salvador, Japan, and more. As usual, the price of food items is capped at $5-$6 each.Read more
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