Following in the footsteps of the Asian Night Market and the Otaku Food Fest, 713 Night Market is making its debut this weekend with a special worldly spread at 8th Wonder Brewery!
For one day only, 713 Night Market is featuring a special array of vendors with cuisine from the Philipines to Ethiopia.
“We are proud to announce Houston’s first multicultural night market is here in EaDo,” the market wrote in an Instagram post. “We’re bringing together the best of Houston’s cultures through delicious Food, Music, Arts, and more!”
On Friday, August 5, the 713 Night Market will feature vendors not excluding “Filipino food, Japanese sushi, Thai street food, boba tea, baos, Mexican food, Salvadoran, Ethiopian, Pakistani, and soo much more!”
Present food vendors include: Gorditas Doña Mago Mexican food truck, The Teahouse Tapioca and Tea, Caobao Hot Steamy Buns, Fried Goodness, Baan Thai, Muishii food truck, and Captain Ceviche.
In addition to the plethora of food vendors, the market will also feature a variety of merchandisers, including Last Wave Vintage and Houston-themed retailer, Whitecupent, among others.
Entry to the food festival is free and requires no prior RSVP. Most vendors accept credit card, but visitors ought to carry cash just in case. 713 Night Market starts at 4 pm on Friday, August 5, going until 11 pm.
The 713 Night Market isn’t the only fantastic food event going on this summer. Houston Restaurant Week has returned to the city. From now until September 5, you can get special deals on brunch, lunch, and dinner for city restaurants from Galveston to The Woodlands.