The trailblazing Harlem Night Market is back in East Harlem for the next three weekends.
The indoor festival highlighting local businesses, which first launched in 2019, is taking place in three huge spaces under the Park Avenue train tracks on Saturday, December 3rd, 10th and 17th from 4pm to 8pm.
The heart of the event is in the block-long La Placita between 115th and 116th Streets (the entrance is on 115th St), complete with a makers plaza, a savory plaza, a sweets plaza and a dance floor—DJs Stormin' Norman and Ted Smooth will be supplying the beats.
Visitors can also cross the street and visit the booths inside the historic La Marqueta between 114th and 115th Streets and the Urban Garden Center between 116th and 117th Streets.
Expect food, drinks, and artisanal goods from vendors like Lolo’s Seafood Shack, Black Rican Vegan, Make My Cake, and Cafe Ollin, which will be offering free churros to the first 25 customers on Saturday, December 3.
Activities for kids include visits with Santa, a bounce house and a 360-degree photo booth.
The weekend of the 10th will also feature a trolley to exhibits and events at El Museo. The final weekend will include a pop-up skating rink on 125th Street.
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