Philadelphia's favorite street food festival
What is Night Market Philadelphia?
Night Market Philadelphia is the city’s premier street food festival, a roving food event spotlighting Philly’s best ethnic and regional restaurants and food trucks. Inspired by Asia’s lively outdoor markets, our events celebrate up-and-coming neighborhoods and showcase Philadelphia's diverse food and drinks and vibrant arts and culture scene.
The first Night Market took place in East Passyunk in 2010. Since its debut, The Food Trust has continued to host four Night Markets per year (May-October), attracting hundreds of thousands of attendees and hundreds of food vendors to neighborhoods across the city, including University City, Lancaster Avenue, Northern Liberties, West Oak Lane, Washington Avenue, Mt. Airy, Fairmount, South Street, Callowhill, Fishtown, Old City and Chinatown, and attracting local and national attention to the Philadelphia's food scene.
New York Times: “Best way to experience Philadelphia’s still surging street food scene”
Details: “Top 5 Nighttime Markets in the Nation”
Budget Travel : "The Five Hottest New Foodie Trends in the US: Night Markets"
The Food Trust works with community partners throughout the city – including
East Passyunk Business Improvement District, University City District, Mt. Airy USA, Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation, Ogontz Avenue Revitalization Corporation, Northern Liberties Neighbors Association, Bella Vista United Civic Association, South Street Headhouse District, Old City District, People's Emergency Center and the South 9th Street Business Men's Association – to host the roving festival.