As you all know, no event is complete without taking a set of silly photos!
This year, we are lucky to have Sunny Snapshots join us to help you capture those moments! Remember to drop by the booth and have your photos taken (props seen in photos will be available for use on site) and printed free of charge.
See you Saturday!
T: (780) 953-7871
This year, we’re excited to welcome back to the Night Market vendor list, Holy Cow! Popsicles & Ice Cream Bars!
You may already be familiar with Holy Cow!’s line-up of unique real fruit popsicles and ice cream bars, which have been a hit since they debuted at local farmers’ markets last July.
The man behind Holy Cow!’s creative brand and product is first-time food entrepreneur Lee Wing Ho, who combined his passion for ice cream and cooking, and started making his own frozen treats as a hobby. His products were so popular with friends and family that they encouraged him to open up a farmers’ market booth, and thus Holy Cow! was born.
Come by the market this Saturday to try one of Holy Cow!’s Lychee, Durian (ooh!), Black Sesame or Red Bean ice cream bars. If those don’t float your boat, there’s also Mango, Strawberry, Pineapple, Blueberry, Raspberry, Honeydew, Cantaloupe, Vanilla Bean, Lemony Lime, Cherry, Avocado, Peach, and possibly more!
Holy Cow Frozen Treats
City Market Downtown
T: (780) 966-6828
One of the highlights of any night market is the food! On August 23, 2014, you can expect tasty Asian-inspired treats from several food trucks, as well as some specialty items from local merchants. It’ll be hard to narrow down your selections!
Molly’s Eats feeding the crowd at the 2013 Night Market
Without further adieu, here are the 97 Street Night Market menus:
- Rou Jia Mo “Chinese Hamburger” – braised pork belly, green onions & cilantro in house made flatbread
- Niu Rou Jian Bing “Fried Rolls w/ Beef” – braised beef shank, cucumber & green onions wrapped in a green onion pancake
- Gado Gado Indonesian salad – fresh cabbage, lettuce, cucumber, blanched bean sprouts, fried tofu & hard boiled egg slices in pumpkin seed sauce
- Pisang Goreng Deep Fried Bananas – ripe bananas, battered & deep fried
- Thousand Layer Cake – multi-layered sponge cake
- Combo Cold Cut Sub
- Juicy Meatball Sub
- Shredded Chicken and Pork Sub
- Vietnamese Sausage and Shredded Pork Sub
- Satay Chicken Sub
- Satay Beef Sub
- Teriyaki Chicken Sub
- Tofu Sub
- Vege Shredded Chicken Sub
- Vege Satay Chicken Sub
- Vege Satay Beef Sub
- Spring Rolls
- Salad Rolls
- Fresh Fruit Bubble Drinks
- Gyu-Don Beef (beef rice bowl)
- Miso Pulled Pork Sandwich
- Teriyaki Philly Steak
- Yakiniku Wrap
- Sesame Fish Tacos
We are also happy to have a variety of desserts from Shan Shan Bakery (buns and cookies), Ying Fat Tofu (their famous dessert tofu) and Holy Cow (fresh fruit popsicles).
Make sure to come with an empty stomach!
In Chinatown, celebrations require food, and food requires tea. Lucky for us, Cally’s Teas will be joining us for the night, offering an array of imported and house-blended loose leaf teas for sale.
In case you aren’t already acquainted, Cally’s Teas is a gem of a tea shop in Old Strathcona, owned and operated by Cally, a self-professed “crazy tea lady”.
There’s of course a spectrum of crazy, and having met Cally, I would suggest to you that she’s crazy in the warmest and best of ways. Her shop is a reflection of her: lovable, unique and full of character. Beyond the wall of imported and house-blended loose leaf teas, is a veritable emporium of curiosities. Check out these photos for a glimpse into the wonderland of tea:
10151 – 82 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T6E 1Z5
T: (780) 757-8944
Building on the momentum of our first market last year, we are thrilled to announce the second annual 97 Street Night Market, taking place this August!
What: 97 Street Night Market
When: Saturday, August 23, 2014
Where: 97 Street & 106 Avenue
Expect food trucks, Chinatown walking tours, performers and vendors. Over the next few weeks, we will share more details about what we have in store. Stay tuned!