Cocktails & Spirits

Free Drinks and Food Trucks at This Weekend's Night Owl Market

Still kicking yourself for not going to the Build A Better Block event

in FAT Village a few weeks ago? Not to worry, this weekend you'll

have an opportunity to check out the up and coming, Flagler Village artist community, when it combines

its monthly Art Walk with the Night Owl

Market, a unique, new craft market.

The pop-up market will set up inside of C & I Studios, FAT Village's community-oriented media company, located at 541 NW First Avenue. On Saturday, June 30, from 5 p.m. to midnight, over fifty local artists, crafters and vendors will transform the inside of the 4,000-square-foot studio into a lively marketplace.


The Big Ragu, Roly Poly and 90 Miles to Go will take to the

streets of Flagler Village, serving everything from Italian subs to traditional Cuban

cuisine. Food truck newcomer, Joji Yogurt,

will also be in attendance, to show off its new glow-in-the-dark,

self-service yogurt truck. Free craft-beer, wine and cocktails, provided

by event sponsors Herradura Tequila and Little Black Dress Vodka, will

be served all night.


Flagler Village Community Service Chairman, Chad Scott, says that the

goal of the Night Owl Market is to " inspire positive change through a

grassroots effort.

The true charity is engaging the community while promoting culture and

giving exposure to local businesses".

Proceeds from the event

will go towards helping Flagler Village pay for their community garden

project and a monument sign to "add identity... to the thriving

neighborhood".

Admission is free. Parking is free and don't forget those free drinks.



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