Free Topping All Drinks at Passion Tea Lounge

One free topping on every drink courtesy of our vendor Passion Tea Lounge.  Stop into their San Gabriel store and be sure to check out their booth on June 8 & 9 when 626 Night Market kicks off summer with a full weekend of festivities!

Romance Of The Three Kitchens: Last Year at the Night Market [Stir-Fried Crab]

In EPISODE 30 of R3K, Mike stir-fries crab with green onions and ginger while recalling what happened last year at the night market… and thinking about what he might do differently this time around. ———– Romance Of The Three Kitchens is Chinese food + storytelling.  The series started from the feeling that one thing our generation never…

Prospective Food Vendors: Get Inspired!

Nearly every week we receive inquiries from prospective food vendors asking if they can sell meat skewers, stinky tofu, boba milk tea, or shaved snow ice at our events. Unfortunately, our answer is always “No, because we already have enough of those foods.” So, we decided to compile a list of popular Taiwanese foods to…

Behind the Booth: Phantom Food Truck

We’re back with our original web series Behind the Booth, bringing you a behind-the-scenes look at some of our vendors from the 626 Night Market!  This episode features Phantom Food Truck, a Chinese-American fusion food truck which boasts unique culinary creations such as Peking duck tacos, pork belly fries, and more.  Feast your eyes on…

10 Things We Love About The 626

As Southern California area codes go, the 626 has never had the most glamorous or edgy reputation. But it is, in my humble opinion, the most underappreciated. And its flying-under-the-radar, oh-sorry-were-you-stuck-in-traffic-cause-of-the-Laker game/presidential motorcade/405 construction, I-was-busy-eating-pho unaffectedness makes it even more appealing. Herewith, in no particular order, 10 reasons we love the 626: 10. Fearlessness. In the…

Romance Of The Three Kitchens: Friendship [Chao Shou]

Romance Of The Three Kitchens is Chinese food + storytelling.  The series started from the feeling that one thing our generation never inherited from our parents is the ability to cook Chinese food.  That led to creating this sort of hybrid art form to combine the cooking with storytelling. In each episode, a host cooks a Chinese…

Vendor Guest Blog Post: Mad Mochi

By Yolanda Huang When we originally started our company Mad Mochi, we were interested in bringing innovation, entertainment, and passion to the world. In 2009, when mobile games and applications were just starting to affect every mobile user, we wanted to be part of this phenomenon and contribute new fulfilling experience to gamers. Our goal…

Our Billboard on the 10 West Freeway!

Have you seen our billboard on the 10 West freeway promoting the Summer 2013 events at Santa Anita Park? First event is June 8 & 9. We’re working hard to please all of our customers: vendors, sponsors, venue, and YOU! We hope you will join us this summer. Spread the word! See you in about 3…

LA Weekly People 2013: The Man Who Invented 626 Night Market

LA Weekly’s People 2013 features two prominent selections from the 626, including 626 Night Market‘s very own Jonny Hwang and The Fung Bros. Congratulations! JONNY HWANG: http://bit.ly/LAWeekly-JonnyHwang THE FUNG BROTHERS: http://bit.ly/LAWeekly-FungBro

Dim Sum 101: Introduction to the Food

Learn about some of our favorite dishes to order at dim sum with the 626 Foodettes! There are hundreds of dim sum dishes aside from these featured… We know we missed a few good ones, so let us know what favorite dishes you guys would add in the comments! 626 Night Market: Summer Garden Nights…