A couple of tips for a really fun night. If you want to drive, get here early to park in the parking lot. Also, bring cash as the ATM line can get long and not a lot of the vendors take credit cards.
If there’s a food vendor you really want to try, get on that line first. Two hours into the night, many vendors had sold out of half their menu.
We really wanted paella so this was our first stop which was delicious. This was a seafood paella from Pablo’s Cocina with crawfish, baby shrimp, scallops, oysters, and snails. Big hit in our family.
Kids also enjoyed a Twisted Potato with Parmesan garlic.
Queens Night Market
New York Hall of Science
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Next Night Market: October 27, 2018
Mom, wife, soccer coach, attorney, and traveler as often as possible. I travel for a different perspective on the world. I was born in El Salvador and moved to New York when I was two years old. As a child, I traveled back to El Salvador. I learned so much just by observing. So I continue to travel, now with my family because I know there are so many clever travel locations our there.