Queens Night Market Outpost Returns to Rockefeller Center®
Monday, October 14 through Monday, November 30
Monday through Saturday, weekly
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Rockefeller Center’s South Plaza
Between 48th and 49th Streets and 5th and 6th Avenues
Queens Night Market OUTPOST, one of the most highly lauded food and cultural experiences in New York City, returns to Rockefeller Center this fall, featuring six of Queens Night Market’s popular vendors. The outdoor, open-air market is scheduled to be open from Wednesday, October 14th through Monday, November 30th, Monday-Saturday each week from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm daily, at Rockefeller Center’s South Plaza, located between 48th and 49th Streets and 5th and 6th Avenues, Manhattan.
Queens Night Market OUTPOST participating vendors include:
- Joey Bats Café – Portuguese Pastéis de Nata (egg tarts) and Croissants
- Treat Yourself Jerk Chicken – Jamaican Jerk Chicken
- The Fried Kitchen – Spicy Chicken Sandwiches & Chicken and Waffles
- Mamika’s Homemade – Balinese Cuisine, including Nasi Kuning and Vegan Dumplings
- La Braza – Ecuadorian Choclos and Empanadas
- DiLena’s Dolcini – Italian and Other Baked Sweets
Prices will vary per dish, and while there is no official price cap at the OUTPOST, servings will be meal-size portions and intended to be affordable for most any budget.
“Queens Night Market represents the very best of New York City, both with its incredible food offerings and also its unique ability to introduce a diverse collection of delicious food options to all New Yorkers, offered at an accessible price point,” said EB Kelly, Tishman Speyer Managing Director overseeing Rockefeller Center. “New Yorkers love to experience new cultures and traditions through food, and Rockefeller Center is the perfect place to showcase New York’s international food scene. It has never been more important to support high-quality, small, local vendors, especially those from communities that have been hard hit by the pandemic. The Queens Night Market OUTPOST makes a welcome return to the Center this fall.”
John Wang, founder of the Queens Night Market said, “We know these pandemic times have been especially disruptive for the food industry and the thousands and thousands of aspiring food entrepreneurs in NYC. Facing that reality, we’re even more grateful for the low-cost, low-risk environment for vendors we’ve designed alongside our partners at Rockefeller Center. We’re so excited to be back serving lunch at Rock Center, and hope this partnership lasts for many years to come.”
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