The New Manchester 'Night Market' Looks Absolutely Insane

In style of Bangkok's famous Railway Market

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This Friday November 17 welcomes the opening of Levenshulme's hugely popular food and drink market - but this Friday will see visitors dining in the dark on a veggie feast fit for Kings (and Queens.)

Taking place on the Lenenshulme train station car park, it's expected to be one of the busiest yet, with food fans flocking in their hordes to sample some of Manchester’s most creative, delicious street food.

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The line-up

The market’s talented foodie traders include Samosa Shack, The Ottomen, Vaso Kitchen, Nasi Lemak, Mac Daddies and vegan bakery Nicely Kitchen – all of whom are busy planning delicious menus to delight carnivores and veggies alike, and there will also be plenty of vegan options to choose from.

The full line-up of food and drink is available on the official page and via Facebook, but organisers reveal that it will feature Mediterranean mezzes, brownies, gourmet mac and cheese, boozy coffees, arancini and lots more! 

The Buttery’s pop-up bar will be slinging the drinks, with a wide range of veggie-friendly craft beers, cocktails, wines and more.

There’ll be chance to do some festive shopping as Emslie, Conte Candles, Colette Evans Ceramics, Carafe, Totem Wolf and more will be there along with regulars like Winter Tarn Cheese with a fantastic selection of cheese, eggs and hand-churned butter.

From 6pm, local duo Beatific DJs will be taking to the decks, playing out an eclectic mix of everything from house to soul, indie to electronic – plus plenty of crowd-pleasers to kick off the weekend in style! For the kids, Em-Mazing the Mermaid Face Painter and John Pindar Arts will be providing face painting fun and crafts.

You can keep up with all their socials at:

Web: www.levymarket.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/levymarketTwitter: @levymarket

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Amy

Loves eating cake and baking (skilled at the former, not so great at the latter.) Discovering the vibrant city that is Manchester one burrito at a time.

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