2019 Bronx Night Market doubles its foodie pleasures

2019 Bronx Night Market doubles its foodie pleasures|2019 Bronx Night Market doubles its foodie pleasures
The Bronx Night Market in Fordham.
Photo courtesy of Round 7

The Bronx Night Market is coming back bigger and better than ever.

After a successful summer 2018 launch that put boogie down cuisine on an outstanding display, the Bronx Night Market is returning to Fordham Plaza for its sequel season from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2019, adding an hour to last year’s event.

Since last year’s market pulled more than 80,000 lovers of food, craft beverages and music from the city and its surrounding suburbs last year, this season the Bronx Night Market will be doubling its summer nights out.

With those numbers, it’s no shock that the bronxnightmarket Intsagram is climbing with thousands of followers.

So the best of the Bronx open-air market will be in full fledge operation on Saturdays May 25, June 15, June 29, July 13, July 27, August 17, August 31, September 14, September 28, and October 26, cooking up an expansive lineup in the process.

The market’s delectable expansion will feature a selection of more than 40 Bronx and city popups, restaurants, craft beer watering holes, 21 total new vendors, as well as a rotating talent of Bronx musicans, along with the scratchin’ and smooth stylings of DJ Sabronxura and more.

Some food stands returning from last year will be: Empanology, where owner chef Jason Alicea will once again be whipping up flaky and crispy empanadas with ingredients ranging from mac and cheese to red velvet cake, The Fried Kitchen will also be promoting its loaded chicken and bacon smothered potato waffle to many a hungry Bronxite while Barbecue on a Stick will also be satisfying the massive crowds.

One major newcomer to the Bronx Night Market will be the Bronx Burger Co.

These guys will be grilling up a maple syrup, bacon and chipotle infused, gooey cheeseburger that’s simply like no other.

The free and fun event is intended to support local, Bronx based businesses and artists while putting the best of the borough on display in an open, all inclusive environment.

It also requires vendors to have options at reasonable prices of either $3, $5, and $7.

That’s in addition to plenty of other new surprises and weekly giveaways that can be seen on the Facebook and Instagram at bronxnightmarket.

To see the detials lists of vendors, artists and musicians visit bronxnightmarket.com

Bronx Native owner Amaurys Grullon at the Bronx Night Market.
Photo courtesy of Round 7

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