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I have to give all props to my friend AL B Ford for again capturing the wonderful flair and feel of Philadelphia. Northern Liberties is a great part of the city. Bohemian, artistic, industrious and full of life.

Al B. For's Weblog

NORTHERN LIBERTIES  |  2ND AND POPLAR STREETS

Night Market Philadelphia (because it’s a street market held at night) held it’s season opening event in Northern Liberties and as usual, since fall 2010 it’s a blast!  You can always expect thousands of people participating in “queuing” up line to buy and sample some of the amazing food from 50 of the City’s coolest food vendors.  The menu(s) includes the flavors of Japan, France Mexico, Italy, Korea, the Caribbean and more it’s a mouth watering and visual experience.

The Food Trust is the main sponsor of the Night Market Philadelphia roving street festival spotlighting our town’s best neighborhood restaurants and food trucks.  There will be five (5) more Night Markets throughout the City this year the next one will be at 9th and Washington Avenue, Thursday, June 28th, 6-10pm.

FOR A COMPLETE VIEW OF ALL THE IMAGES from this event please select…

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2 responses

  1. Thanks Walter, you kill me with accolades… Thank you. By the way I love your masthead of this blog is spectacular and is like a window to a multiverse.

    May 31, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    • Brother, you deserve it. Your work is great. And I know you put a lot of effort into getting there, communicating and taking the shot. Glad you like the banner too.

      May 31, 2012 at 4:13 pm

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