LA Times Night Market

A bustling outdoor street-food market in Downtown L.A. featuring over 50 of L.A.’s favorite restaurants and food trucks, plus DJs, themed bars and experiences.

The first annual Los Angeles Times Night Market will be a bustling outdoor street food market that takes over Grand Park for five consecutive nights from May 10th to 14th.

Night Market will feature 50 diverse and exciting food booths from L.A.’s favorite restaurants, food trucks and bars as well as a selection of artisanal vendors. Bring an appetite and a sense of adventure to taste dishes from khao soi, pad kee mao, dim sum to pupusas, encased meats and izakaya.

The event is FREE, but you can purchase tickets to The Super Market, which will allow you access to curated food vendors, additional seating areas and food booths, bars, premium lounges and entertainment.

Come after work or on the weekend and don’t forget to celebrate the moms in your life on Mother’s Day, May 14th!

Wednesday, May 10 – 5pm – 10pm
Thursday, May 11 – 5pm – 10pm
Friday, May 12 – 5pm – 11pm
Saturday, May 13 – 3pm – 11pm
Sunday, May 14 – 3pm – 9pm

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Foodie Con

Foodie Con is a two-day consumer show featuring food exhibitors, product tastings, workshops, cooking demos, book signings and more!

Culinary enthusiasts will gather to explore the latest culinary trends and learn cooking techniques from renowned chefs. Attendees will try, taste and buy their way around LA’s ultimate consumer food and beverage event. Foodie Con showcases all that is good in the culinary community.

Foodie Con is a convention (‘Comic Con’) style event where companies showcase and sell merchandise. Although this is not a sampling event, there will be quite a few vendors sampling products. However, there will also be various food vendors on site selling a wide variety of food.

PPLA Food Fare

EXPERIENCE FOOD FARE!

Food Fare began as a cooking demonstration with Julia Child in 1979. It has become one of the most recognized culinary fundraisers in Los Angeles.

Food Fare features well over 150 of LA’s best restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries, libation purveyors and retail merchants. Food Fare also includes a Wine Silent Auction, a Raffle for Choice, a Dream Experiences Auction and a VIP reception for sponsors. Proceeds from Food Fare benefit Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA) and in 2017, Food Fare raised over $1.2 million in support of PPLA.

Holiday Craft Morristown

Holiday Craft Morristown is celebrating its 28th year at the indoor Morristown National Guard Armory.

Savvy shoppers have the chance to wow their loved ones with one-of-a-kind holiday gifts they will never forget. In addition to 165 craft artists from across the country are various demonstrations and a gourmet specialty food boutique

NYC Wine & Food Festival

NYCWFF has raised $11.5 million to date to help fight hunger! 100% of the net proceeds benefit the No Kid Hungry® campaign and Food Bank For New York City.

NYCWFF is considered the largest food and wine festival in New York City. With more than 80 events, we are widely recognized for our tastings in celebration of America’s favorite foods, intimate dinners with world-renowned chefs, late night parties, hands-on classes, educational seminars, coveted wine tastings and more. We take great pride in offering 47,000 passionate gourmands and aficionados something for every palate and budget. Guests join us year after year to sip, swirl and savor world-class cuisine, wine and spirits served up by the industry’s finest and America’s most beloved television chefs all in support of the fight to end hunger.

Headed into its 11th year, NYCWFF began as a one-night event, SWEET, in the fall of 2007. In 2008, Festival Founder and Director, Lee Brian Schrager (SVP Communications & Corporate Social Responsibility at Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits) launched the inaugural NYCWFF that has quickly grown to mirror its sister Festival, the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival.

HERE’S A TASTE OF WHAT TO EXPECT AT NYCWFF 2018:

A weekend filled with the most delicious offerings and entertainment.

Access to over 500 world-renowned chefs, culinary personalities, entertainers, wine and spirit producers and all of your favorite Food Network and Cooking Channel stars.

Taste over 100 wineries and spirit producers from the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits portfolio.

Party at the best venues throughout New York City including our Culinary Campus at Piers 92 and 94.

Queens Night Market

The Queens International Night Market is a large, family-friendly open-air night market in Queens, featuring up to 100 independent vendors selling merchandise, art, and food and featuring small-scale cultural performances, all celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of NYC and Queens.

Smorgasburg – Prospect Park

Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, attracting 20,000-30,000 people to Brooklyn each weekend to eat from 100 local vendors—Saturdays on the Williamsburg waterfront and Sundays in beautiful Prospect Park. It launched May 21, 2011, as a spinoff of Brooklyn Flea (founded in 2008), and has since launched dozens of small businesses and attracted millions of visitors. The New York Times dubbed Smorgasburg “The Woodstock of Eating.”

In addition to the weekend markets, Smorgasburg has overseen the concessions at Central Park SummerStage since 2010; has operated Berg’n, a beer and food hall in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, since August 2014; and ran a pop-up food hall/beer garden at the Seaport District from 2013 to 2016. Smorgasburg expanded in 2016 with a weekly year-round Sunday market in Downtown Los Angeles for 65 vendors.

Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea were co-founded by Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby.

Smorgasburg

Each Sunday, find dozens of exciting food vendors at Smorgasburg LA, plus sophisticated shopping from the realms of design, craft, style, vintage, wellness, and more. Cultural events, pop-ups, and other surprises transform the vast site into a new node in Downtown LA’s burgeoning scene, and a unique destination for the area. A new parking garage for more than 4,000 cars is available to park.

Hours: Sundays, 10 AM – 4 PM

Location:  ROW DTLA (777 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90021).

Sorry, no pets allowed.

Smorgasburg

Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, attracting 20,000-30,000 people to Brooklyn each weekend to eat from 100 local vendors—Saturdays on the Williamsburg waterfront and Sundays in beautiful Prospect Park. It launched May 21, 2011, as a spinoff of Brooklyn Flea (founded in 2008), and has since launched dozens of small businesses and attracted millions of visitors. The New York Times dubbed Smorgasburg “The Woodstock of Eating.”