Frequently asked questions
Do I need a ticket for The Bronx Night Market?
No ticket needed and it's completely free to enter!
Is safety an issue?
Like any large-scale event, safety is always a concern. We're taking every precaution to ensure this event is safe and fun for all. We have paid police detail on-site, as well as private security at the two entry points. Furthermore, we work closely with NY city and state authorities to make sure we implement a clear and safe post-Covid-19 policy.
How do you get to Fordham Plaza?
Fordham Road is a major transportation hub that is accessible by both public transportation and car.
Metro-North Railroad: Take the Harlem line to Fordham Road Station, directly across from Fordham Plaza. Just 20 minutes from Grand Central and minutes from Southern Westchester County
Subway: Take either the D train to Fordham Road or the 4 train to Fordham Road.
Is this a one time event?
No. The Bronx Night Market is a weekly series, every Saturday starting April 3rd, 2021 and through November 13th. With a few popups througout the seaon, and a TBA Winter Series.
Why The Bronx Night Market?
Bronx residents, tourists, and New York City residents from all boroughs are hungry for new, exciting food experiences and events. If you ask us, The Bronx Night Market has been a long time coming. It's an all-encompassing event that celebrates the diverse food and vibrant culture in the Bronx with multiple vendors producing dishes and libations from all corners of the world with an unmatchable layer of authenticity and passion.
What is The Bronx Night Market?
The Bronx Night Market is an open-air food and drink festival that celebrates the diverse food and vibrant culture in New York City with over 35 vendors producing dishes and libations from all corners of the world with an unmatchable layer of authenticity and passion.
How do I become a vendor/performer?
How do you choose your vendors?
The Bronx Night Market is showcasing the global community within our city, with food originating from countries around the world, made right here in New York City. More than half of the vendors are Bronx-based food businesses. We choose vendors based on the menu, business practices and of course, THE FOOD.