Night Market-Style Open House With Food Trucks Set for Pat Croce’s Former Estate

Pat Croce's former estate | Photos by Herb Engelsberg and Michael Brock

Pat Croce’s former estate | Photos by Herb Engelsberg and Michael Brock

Want to prep for Thursday’s Night Market food truck scene and scope out a Main Line estate with a fascinating backstory? There’s an open house for that.

Here’s the deal, the Juliann Lange Team and the Michael Sivel Team are co-hosting a “festival style” open house at the former estate of one Pat Croce, according to an e-mail sent out this affternoon. Yes, Pat Croce, everyone’s favorite pirate enthusiast, explorer, and former president of the future Camden Philadelphia 76ers.

The open house will feature three of Philly’s top food trucks, including SpOt Burgers, Little Babies Ice Cream and Sweetbox Cupcakes. SpOt Burgers won’t be at Night Market, so that’s like an added bonus to going to the open house.

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Make the Most of Night Market on South Street West

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Night Market moves west on South Street.

Night Market hits South Street between Broad and 18th Streets tonight. As always, there will be tens of thousands of people and plenty of lines. There will also be tons of food, plenty of drinks and did we mention the lines? But that’s OK, because the people watching is great, the bites are worth a bit of a wait and if you follow our advice, you will enjoy Night Market.

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Night Market 2015 Schedule Announced

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Photo courtesy Tug Haines for The Food Trust

One of the best things about summer (and fall) in Philly? Night Market–those massive, one-night-only neighborhood food truck festivals that have been known to attract tens of thousands of people. So you can imagine how happy we were to see the official 2015 Night Market schedule come down this morning.

There are going to be four this year–three brand new locations and one old favorite (that isn’t Chinatown).

So you wanna know where they’re going to be?

Flight Market At Lincoln Financial

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If you’re too eager to wait for the next Night Market, you can check out the new Flight Market at the Lincoln Financial Field. The event takes place on Sunday, April 19 from 11 am to 3 pm.

Sponsored by The Food Trust, the event will have food trucks a flea market, as well as entertainment for the kids and live music.

You can purchase your tickets now for a discounted $12 right here. On April 1, the ticket price goes up to $15.

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A Guide For Making The Most Of The Chinatown Night Market

So here we are–the last Night Market of the year. It’ll kick off tonight at 7pm, centered around 10th and Race Streets in Chinatown with around 60 food and drink vendors and, if past Night Markets are any indication of tonight’s madness, somewhere between 20,000 and a bajillion people all descending on the neighborhood looking for snacks, drinks and a good time.

The question thus becomes, how do you make the most out of your Night Market experience? Good thing you asked. As veteran Night Market goers (and just sneaky bastards by nature), we’ve developed some tried and tested strategies for winning any Night Market. And it all begins with…

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Meet New Faces at This Week’s Night Market

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Come one, come all, because Night Market is back Thursday, August 14th and you better bring your appetite. The Food Trust will be hosting the street food festival from 6 to 10 p.m. on Lancaster Avenue between 35th and 39th Streets. Over 80 of Philly’s finest food vendors on four wheels will occupy the five blocks. Some new faces will be among the crowds such as, SeoulFull Philly, serving up a taste of South Korea in Philadelphia, Luscious Bakery, cooking all kinds of brunch favorites from the sweet to the savory, The Flying Deutschman, to meet all of your schnitzel needs, The Grilled Cheese Truck, serving… well you know and finally Siddiq’s Real Fruit Water Ice, whom you can count on for an authentic Philadelphia treat. While you’re trying and testing food trucks galore, sip on some brew provided by Yards Brewery and catch a listen to the West Philadelphia Orchestra. Follow the food trust on twitter for updates on the event or check out their website.

Lancaster Avenue Night Market Program (PDF)

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Tonight: Night Market in West Oak Lane

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What has food trucks every which way you look, three tents just for beer by Bloktoberfest  and live music from start to finish? Night Market Philadelphia. Tonight, Thursday, June 19th, more than 50 of Philly’s best restaurants and food trucks will line up on Ogontz Avenue for attendees to get a taste of their best eats.

The event will run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and feature mobile favorites like The Cow and The Curd, Luke’s Lobster, Nomad Pizza, Oink and Moo BBQ, Curbside Creamery and Sweet Box Cupcakes. And in addition to all the good food you’ll be eating, Bloktoberfest is providing beer tents for you to enjoy with your meals (plural). Performers will also be at the entrance and exit of the festival so you can jam out.

Check out below for the map and listing of all participants.

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High Street Doing More Friends And Family Dinners (Plus Bonus Night Market News)

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Okay, so at a certain point someone is going to have to go after chef Eli Kulp with a tranquilizer gun just to get him to slow down a little. He already has like nine different menus working between Fork and High Street on Market, he’s overseeing A.Kitchen and A.Bar and doing events like Franklin Flea and Taste of the Nation. But that’s apparently not enough for him. Because he also does special Friends and Family dinners on Tuesday nights at High Street, which are continuing throughout the spring.

For example, on Tuesday, April 22 he’ll be doing a dinner with Phickle’s Amanda Feifer which will continue their Fermentation Series celebrating all things fermented–from coffee and chocolate to cheese and yogurt, beer and wine to pickles and kim chi. (Other dates include Tuesday, May 13 and Tuesday, June 17.) And on Tuesday, May 6, it’ll be a cheese dinner with Valley Shepherd Creamery, with cheesemaker Jaenine Dargis and some of her 30+ Basque-influenced cheeses. All the dinners start at 9pm and are just $25 per person (plus booze, tax and tip).

But wait, there’s more…

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