EAST ATLANTA NIGHT MARKET

EAST ATL NIGHT MARKET

Celebrating Culinary Diversity

The East Atlanta Night Market, a revolutionary event dedicated to the cuisine and culture of Afro Latino diaspora, celebrated almost foodies in the historical Kirkwood- East Atlanta area. Located in the heart of this vibrant community, showcasing the best cuisine from Africa, Caribbean, South and Central American has to offer. With a carefully curated lineup of 30 food vendors offering a diverse array of flavors. 

The East Atlanta Night Market has quickly become the most anticipated series of 2024 and a true trailblazer in the culinary and cultural scene. This immersive experience not only tantalizes the taste buds but also celebrates the vibrant traditions and rhythms of Latin America, creating a unique space where the community comes together to revel in the richness of their shared heritage. The East Atlanta Night Market is more than an event; it's a celebration of diversity, community, and the vibrant tapestry of Afro Latino culture.

AFRO LATINO FESTIVAL & Night Market

FESTIVAL & Night Market

The Afro Latino Foodies Festival and Night Market is a global celebration of music, art, cuisine, and culture that takes place throughout the U. S. every year. This free event will feature local restaurants and food vendors, combined with arts, crafts, plus a live music stage. The Afro Latino Foodies Festival & Night Market gives attendees an opportunity to taste all the best flavors from the Caribbean, Africa, Mexico, Central and South America.

Celebrating Culinary Diversity Cuisine like Ceviche’s, Mofongo, Empanadas and a wide variety of dishes based on Seafood and Argentine Beef are part of the delicacies that you can try. 

TRADITIONAL CUISINE

The Afro Latino Foodies Festival and Night Market revolves around traditional cuisine, native drinks, crafts, fashion, and Afro aesthetics. We have 30 Food Vendors, bringing the best of these lands together. The Festival & Night Market is designed around music, food, and ancestral knowledge. 

Our Food Vendors represented the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Columbia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Chile, Argentine, Venezuela, Brazil. Peru, Honduras, Belize, Guatemala, Cuba, El Salvador, Bahamas, Africa, Guadeloupe. Jamaica, Haiti, and Guadeloupe.