Night Market at The Old Bowery Station

On March 29th and 30th at the The Old Bowery Station (168 Bowery Street, New York, NY,) nine food stations were featured at the Night Market event.

Article by Linda Nguyen
Photo credit: Niko

Carson Yiu (right)

It was awesome to see our friend Carson Yiu (modeled for recent 247features Fashion Show) organized an event with delicious food tastings in what used to be a train station entrance.

Young and Dangerous Movie

Waiting for your chance to get into the venue, you can see projections of the Classic movie “Young and Dangerous.” This event was a modern-cultural experience, the DJ played Hip-Hop music as you walked around the venue to check out the food stations.

Along with food stations, there were bikes displayed from Strada Customs. Aren’t these bikes beautiful?

Strada Customs

The night market street food tasting included Dim Sum (Nom Wah Tea Parlor), Taiwanese fried chicken (Taicken), Asian style hotdogs (Asia Dog), Mini-cupcakes & Whoopie Pies (Filled with Sweets), Vietnamese Summer Rolls (Best Summer), Pork Belly buns (Hong Kong Street Cart), Jerk Chicken Wings (Spur Tree), Snowballs (Imperial Woodpecker Sno-balls) and an array of Macaron flavors (Macaron Parlour). Guests drank some good ol’ Taiwan Beer to wash down the good foods.

Taiwanese fried chicken

Pork Belly buns

Dim Sum

Vietnamese Summer Rolls

Jerk Chicken Wings

Mini-cupcakes & Whoopie Pies



Asian style hotdogs

We are very happy to see some of AsianInNY’s friends showcase their food at this night market event which included Wilson Tang, owner of Nom Wah Tea Parlor and Brian Kwei/Jon Hsieh of Taicken.

Wilson Tang from Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Taicken (Jon Hsieh, Brian Kwei)

Overall, the night market was a cool experience; Wish there were more of these Asian cultural night markets in NYC. Until then, Stay Hungry!

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