Kingston Kitchen: The Night Market is back on July 2
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, popular foodie attraction Kingston Kitchen is back with a bang to celebrate 10 years of their “eat good movement” with The Night Market, slated for July 2 at Hope Gardens.
The Night Market is an artisan open-air food court that provides local culinary and artisanal talents with the opportunity to showcase their best offerings.
The event will feature over 50 food and beverage handlers, local artisans, food tastings, live music, dance performances, entertainment, chef demonstrations and an interactive kids village.
“The past 10 years of Kingston Kitchen has been nothing short of spectacular. Our event is a one-stop shop for all things food and beverage. We have a wide variety of offerings from some of the best and most creative in Jamaica’s culinary industry; motivating all patrons to truly embrace our eat good movement,” says Jacqui Sinclair, co-director of Kingston Kitchen.
Kingston Kitchen will feature food trucks, international comforts, sweet treats, fresh seafood, jerk stations, and vegetarian options.
Vendors include Pink Apron, Deaf Can! Coffee, Kingston Jerk, Lady Bee Mixology, Super’s Spicy Doubles, Devon House I Scream, Sheriff’s Gourmet BBQ, Simo’s at The Commissary, House of Loaves, PRESS Café and Zac’s Smokehouse and many more.