Modeled after evening bazaars in Asia, 626 Night Market has a last installation come September 4-6 from 4pm-1am. The market made its debut in April of 2012, drawing crowds of ummm, 40k+. Wait for it… last year, over 55k hungry humans attended the market, making that number a new average.
As far as your tastebuds, prepare for decadence: expect over 200 vendors to create more-than-quick Asian dishes and kebobs as well as quirkier options such as ramen tacos (say what!?) and a Sriracha tasting menu. Yow! Live music, art showcases, and more set the two-day eating frenzy tone, hungry Angeleno.
626 Night Market is held at Santa Anita Park. Admission is $3 with free parking. Children 6 and under are free.