Notes: Nocny Market Notes: Nocny Market

In terms of food and drink, Nocny Market have arguably supplied some of city’s biggest talking points of the last few years. A quite brilliant mash-up of ethnic food vans and stalls, it’s become part of the lifeblood of summer.

But more than just food, it’s the sheer festivity in the air that marks it as special.

Set on and around a disused train platform, this weekend hangout gets thronged with crowds clamoring over an ever-evolving line-up brings together not just food trucks, but quality restaurants hawking their specials from tiny stalls – keep an eye on their facebook to see who is booked for the weekend.

Our favorite find so far this summer? That’s the mini donuts from Pączkomat.

Beyond the hyper-cool collection of ethnic food vendors, the Nocny Market has become the place to get tattooed in front of leering strangers, stock up on artisan donuts, swag some Indigo-colored Palace of Culture socks, buy a pink wig or simply boogie on down to DJs straight playing funky little numbers.

All about good vibes, big beats and beery, blurry nights, enjoy it while you can – this summer will be their last, at least in this location.

Nocny Market
ul. Towarowa 3 (Warszawa Główna Train Station), facebook

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