Hawkers Market returns to Vancouver next month

Get ready Vancouverites, there's going to be plenty of food and lots of beer

“The snacks are back in town” declares the Facebook event page for the 2018 edition of Hawkers Market.

It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from the Hawkers Market crew. The event began in 2013 as a way to bring local food crafters, artists and artisans, musicians, and the people who enjoy all of those things together for a lively market-place style recurring event.

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The Hawkers Market team branched out, acting as curators for things like the temporary food marketplace in the early days of McArthur Glen in Richmond, as the outlet-style mall brought on permanent food vendors in dedicated spaces.

Then Hawkers put their energy into a North Vancouver project for a permanent and ambitious marketplace with shipping container restaurants, gardens, and other community-driven programs, but sadly Hawkers Wharf did not come to fruition.

Now Hawkers Market is hawking its return. Set for November 17, 2018, with sessions at 4 pm and 8 pm, the event once again aims to promote “independent chefs, breweries, distilleries, side hustles, pop ups and indie food producers in a format centred around a Hawker style eating and drinking experience where guests are able to choose from multiple tastings included in their wristband ticket.”


New Hawker 🔪LA STREET MEAT 🔪 LA Street Meat is @chefgeoffrogers interpretation of the street meat’s he has found exploring LA. He told us about one of his most memorable meals in LA being cooked on a sheet pan, open flame and two shopping carts as a makeshift griddle and then casually telling us he would like to do it at Hawkers! Naturally we said f*ck yeah. Just his LA experiences @chefgeoffrogers will be bringing Street Meats, Elotes and Nachos to Hawkers. We think this might go down well with some of our breweries 🤘🏻🔪 all set to the beats with our DJ sets coming from LA too #HawkOn #StayTuned . . . #hawkersmarket #hawkon #Vancouver #dailyhivevan #yvr #cheflife #la #losangeles #StreetMeat #craftbrew #craftbeer @dailyhivevancouver @citizenrelations @chefgeoffrogers @savourychef @hawkersmarket . . . @fourwindsbrewco @33acresbrewing @beerebrewingco @beerandacurry @callisterbeer @callistersoda @loudmouthbrewing @odditykombucha @facultybrewing @andinabrewingco @citysidewinery @luppolo_brewing @dominioncider @longtabledistillery @cedarcider @nomadcider @windfallcider @scenicroadcider @bettyskingsauce @notsogentletea @west_coast_select @northwesthopfarms @zaklanheritagefarm @ridetowander @chefalexchen @domenica_fiore @coastalcocktails @shelterpoint @eatfatso @fed_hq @petesmeat @longtailkitchen @andinabrewingco .Photo Cred- @annasinthekitchen . . .

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The event will be packed with food and drink, and the list of chefs, breweries, distilleries, cideries, and more slated to take part is pretty impressive, ranging from acclaimed Boulevard chef Alex Chen to newcomer monthly Beer and a Curry on the food front.

There’s even a special Hawkers collab beer for the event, and live entertainment from Peanut Butter Wolf and J Rocc. Sweet treats will be on board with Say Hello Sweets, along with Oddity Kombucha, and many more.

Ticketing is “all-in” style, and start at $135 per person, with some special merch bundles and add-ons available.

When: November 17, 2018 at 4 and 8 pm
Where: Rocky Mountaineer Station – 1755 Cottrell Street, Vancouver
Cost: $135+ up; tickets available online

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