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Night Noodle Markets Are at the Blue Hive, Near the Adelaide Festival Centre
Adelaide's long and lingering love affair with markets is set to find new legs with the latest arrival on the scene - the Night Noodle Markets. Named after similar markets in Melbourne and Sydney, they will combine local Asian street food vendors with upmarket artisan market stalls selling quality homewares, fashion, jewellery, artwork and local produce.
Night Noodle Markets will open on Friday nights from February 21 - March 14, and be located at the Blue Hive, adjacent to the new Riverbank precinct pedestrian bridge and the Adelaide Festival Centre.
If the hugely successful Adelaide Night Markets are a guide, this new summer night market will be very popular indeed. Running from 4pm-10pm, it will offer a perfect opportunity for the after work crowd to relax and indulge some retail therapy in the pleasant setting of the River Torrens banks.
Grab a drink from the bar and a bite to eat, enjoy the live music from DJ's, and you won't even feel like throwing your money away at the casino when you're done.
Phat Buddha Rolls at Soundpond Adelaide's Street Level Market
The Night Noodle Markets dates for food vendors are Ginza Japanese Restaurant (February 21), Nu Thai (February 28), Phat Buddha Rolls (March 7), Indochina (Mar 14). Save your legs and let the restaurants come to you!
While researching this article I took a look at the Riverbank precinct pedestrian bridge across the River Torrens, but it is clearly still under construction. The DPTI website indicates a completion date of March but there still seems quite a lot more work to be done, so if you plan to visit the markets from Adelaide Oval you will need to come via King William Street.