Austin’s Massive Asian Night Market Opens Tonight With Crazy Foods You Have To Try (PHOTOS)
The Austin Eats ATX Market is here with tons of great food this weekend.
Austin, are you ready for very first Asian Eats ATX Night Market to roll into town this weekend? From today, Friday, March 22nd to Saturday, March 23rd, the incredible new Asian market will be in town serving up the best food, drinks, desserts, and merchandise from every unique Asian culture and ethnicity. Whether you're in the mood for some Chinese food or wish to explore the Thai culture, this is the place to be this weekend!
The Asian Eats ATX night market will be set up in the most unique way, to seem as if you were traveling through the Eastern continent visiting every individual Asian ethnicity and culture. Food stands, vendors and performers will all be set up in the area that they represent culturally to make the experience like no other! You will not want to miss this incredibly unique market while it's here.
The food that will be served at the new night market is the main showstopper. There will be every type of Asian food and drinks available, from seafood to curries, rice bowls, boba, milk teas, sushi, and more!
Some of the popular vendors will include Talaad Thai Food, G'raj Mahal, Mama Fu's, PhoNatic, Bento Picnic, and other classic Asian Austin favorites.
Come on out and try some incredible Japanese noodles that are loaded with meats and veggies. Or taste some eggrolls and dumplings that are sure to hit the spot. If fried food isn't your thing you can try one of the plentiful rice bowls or pita wraps. Then wash it all down with a delicious bubble tea from one of the multiple boba vendors!
The Night Market will occur this Friday and Saturday from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm both nights. The event is completely free to attend, but prices for food, drinks, and products will vary in price.
The Asian Eats ATX Night Market will be located at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store at 901 W Braker Lane.