The 626 Night Market is the San Gabriel Valley event that everyone is raving about. This weekend, we discovered why.
The 626 Night Market is huge event with tons of food booths and food trucks, all serving up crazy and delicious concoctions of food and drinks. Some food favorites include Hot-Cheetos on anything (fries, corn, nachos, tacos, musubis, burritos), and sushi everything (taco, burritos, bowls). Some drinks that have became fan favorites include teas, lemonades, and slushes in big, glass, light bulb jars (yes, light bulb), big milk jars, and giant baby bottles (also yes, baby bottles).
Located at Santa Anita Park, it’s one of the biggest parties of the summer in the area, with snap-worthy food for all the foodies (and, really, who’s not a foodie?), games for the family, an Art Walk by local artists, merch and crafts vendors to find the perfect gift, and a ton of live performances. This year marks their 7th season, and there’s still one more weekend left here in the 626!
Admission is $5 at the door, cash only. Children 3 and under are free. Parking is free. Most vendors accept cash only. ATMs are available. Alcohol is available with a valid ID.
Final dates of the season for Santa Anita Park: August 31- September 2
Friday & Saturday 4PM to 1AM
Sunday 4PM to 12AM
Santa Anita Park does not allow pets with the exception of service animals – it is up to their discretion at the gate to allow your furry friends in.
For more information, visit www.626nightmarket.com.
OC Night Market at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa: August 24-26
NorCal Night Market at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton: September 21-23