by Winston Chua
ARCADIA - Ever wonder what it’s like to be at an authentic night market in Taipei, Taiwan, where the night market is as common there as the sunny weather in Los Angeles ? Well, get a glimpse of what it feels like at Santa Anita Park before the festivities conclude. There’s also live music, videos of Korean sensation Psy, boba drinks galore, lamb skewers and for those adventurous ones, gizzard.
Thousands gathered for the “626 Night Market” (or, ye shi in Mandarin) at Santa Anita Park Saturday, the first of two days the Market is in Arcadia. On Sunday, October 21, the Market returns at 285 W. Huntington Drive with your chance to try classic Asian treats like stinky tofu and Taiwanese pig ears.
There are about 150 vendors participating for the two-day event, including Buhbo, Charmy Charmy, eVike, PickUpUSA, La Bella Med Spa, ShopPublik, Paradise Cookies and Ice Cream, KBBQ Sliders, Kebab Brothers, Sherbie Shack, Mama Musubi, Liang’s Kitchen and much, much more.
The night market made its debut to the San Gabriel Valley in April in Pasadena and has quite a following on Facebook. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the Park. Have fun!
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