The Queen Victoria Night Market is back again with 150 stalls of global street food, vintage fashion, home wares, wine bars and activities for the kids.
On the menu this year is a new champagne and oyster bar serving Piper-Heidsieck bubbly and fresh oysters from one of the market’s seafood stalls.
Chef and restaurateur Scott Pickett of Estelle and Saint Crispin will join the likes of other notable Melbourne stall holders such as Wonderbao, 400 Gradi, and Hammer and Tong 412 to keep you well fed.
If it’s fashion you’re after, the Vintage Garage is back with an extensive selection of pre-loved threads and accessories to complement your wardrobe. For the design hungry, stalls will feature terrariums by Little Lands and Melbourne based homewares brand Two Lost Souls for quirky little pieces to add to your abode.
The market is also acting as the festival hub for Melbourne Music Week over November 14 to 23, so expect plenty of late-night entertainment as the best reason to stay in the city after work mid-week returns.
Queen Victoria Night Market
Queen Victoria Market, corner Victoria and Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
November 5 to March 25 (excluding Christmas Eve and New Years Eve)