Night Market Craze Comes To Świebodzki

Hot on the heels of the EkoBazar night market on Tęczowa street comes 'Gastro Nocki' – another night market held just up the road at the old Świebodzki station.

Given the number of stalls listed and the space available, this night market appears to be on bigger scale than the one recently launched by EkoBazar.

Unlike the first two editions of the EkoBazar, this market is open for two consecutive nights – both Friday and Saturday. The organisers also describe it as a "regular" night market, so one can expect it to run again next week following its first running tomorrow

Gastro Nocki's Facebook events page lists the following as being among the attractions: food from brave and fascinating restaurants, quality drinks, fashionable cocktails, fine art & design, tattoo artists, barbers and florists. There will also be music provided by various DJs.

However, neither the Facebook event description nor the list of participants suggest there will be any alcoholic refreshments on sale (although we cannot confirm this at this stage). If this is the case, then people who enjoyed the possiblity of grabbing a craft beer at the Ekobazar night market may be dissapointed that they cannot do the same at Gastro Nocki. 

The night market promises to be a completely different experience compared to Świebodzki's cult flea market on Sundays, where all kinds of various riff-raff and second-hand items can be found across hundreds of stalls. 

The full list of participating venues and organisations is as follows:

Od Koochni bistronomia
Yemsetu
Taszka – Wine & Petiscos
BAO
Sushi Kushi
CUDA NA KIJU
restauracja jadka
Okonomiyaki – Hyla&Tetmajer 
ToTu Truck
KARMA WRACA
Pasibus
Frytki z Tytki
Arizona Express – Pastrami
Panino
Tentego food & drinks
Drewnem Palone
Surf Acai
KRASNOLÓD
Słodki Chłopak
Sprinter
Czaisz? Czajownia Wrocław
Natura Rzeczy
Bananamama
Fu-Ku
NASzA – Przestrzeń Kosmiczna

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The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.