Good eats, good treats (Image: Karolyne Ellacott)
Last night, on hottest day of the year so far, 1,000 sweaty revelers gathered in Honest Ed’s alley for The Stop’s Night Market. With tickets costing $50, and proceeds benefitting The Stop’s anti-hunger initiative, the sold-out event drew a lighthearted crowd. Patrons wove their way through lines with little, if any, complaining to be heard (perhaps the heat had mellowed everyone out). We checked out the scene, which paired up 27 food vendors with just as many design teams.
Check out the gallery below for a scope of the evening’s goods.