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Downtown Santa Monica and 626 Night Market offer “mini night markets”


For the first time ever, 626 Night Market will host a series of mini night markets in the downtown Santa Monica district. The events will feature nearly two dozen vendors representing a variety of Asian cuisines. Image: 626 Night market

Downtown Santa Monica, Inc., in partnership with 626 Night Market, has announced a series of 626 Night Market Mini events, bringing the outdoor food festival to Santa Monica for the first time.

The new event will be similar to the 626 Night Market flagship events, but on a smaller scale and under the name 626 Night Market Mini. The event is intended to welcome new audiences while better serving existing audiences by bringing more events to new areas of Southern California. The 626 team curates the range of dishes to ensure that a diverse range of Asian cuisines are represented.

The mini-events will feature approximately two dozen vendors, including local small businesses such as Shake Ramen, Tao’s Bao, Chick N’ Skin, Ghostix and Rockin’ Gyoza. A liquor garden will also be available for guests aged 21 and over and will offer limited-edition cocktails. The market is open to all ages and is free with ticket reservations.

The first market will be held on February 26 and 27 near the Third Street Promenade and will return for four more weekends until April 2022. The 626 Night Market is inspired by the night markets of Asia, where participants gather to socialize between food and drink. , and named after the area code for the San Gabriel Valley, where the market was first established in Arcadia’s Santa Anita Park.