The 626 Night Market is an annual outdoor Asian night market held in Southern California. The event features a variety of food vendors, live entertainment, games, and shopping. The name "626" refers to the area code of the San Gabriel Valley, which has a large Asian American population.
The first 626 Night Market was held in 2012 and since then it has grown in popularity, attracting thousands of visitors each year. The event has also expanded to other locations such as Orange County and San Diego.
The food at the 626 Night Market is a major draw for visitors, with vendors offering a wide variety of Asian cuisine including Taiwanese fried chicken, Korean barbecue, Japanese takoyaki, and Chinese dim sum. In addition to food, visitors can also enjoy live music, dance performances, and other entertainment.
The 626 Night Market is typically held over several weekends during the summer months. Admission is usually free, but visitors are encouraged to bring cash for food purchases and other activities.