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Free entry: Asian Street Food Night Festival, Wynwood

If you've ever visited the Far East, you understand the attraction of street vendors and the value of street food, from dim sum and pork belly scallion pancakes to Peking duck rolls, you understand how the tasty, mobile edibles are the mainstay of Asian culinary culture. In honor of that tradition, Smorgasburg Miami is hosting the mother of all street fairs, with dishes from Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, China, Korea and more. Admission is free.

Asian Street Food Night Festival hosted by Smorgasburg Miami in Wynwood

Cultural workshops consist of origami and Japanese flower arrangements; musical acts feature breakdancer Justin Medina and taiko drumming, plus karaoke sessions to top off the night. On the retail side, many vendors will display their wares, including a featured retailer of unique, handcrafted jewelry.


Saturday, July 29

  • 4:30-5:30 p.m.: Origami with Miyuki Saito, Ichimura Miami-Japan Garden
  • 5:30-7 p.m.: Ikebana with Akiko Awata, Ai Design Creative Studio
  • 7-8 p.m.: Breakdancer Justin Medina
  • 8 p.m.-midnight: Karaoke

Sunday, July 30

  • 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.: Origami with Miyuki Saito, Ichimura Miami-Japan Garden
  • 6-10 p.m.: Taiko Drumming with Sincronia USA
  • 7-8 p.m.: Breakdancer Justin Medina
  • 8-11 p.m.: Karaoke

See more details at this website.

Courtesy, Yoshiko-Taiko-Dojo / Asian Street Food Night Festival hosted by Smorgasburg Miami in Wynwood; Sincronia USA performs Sunday 6-10 p.m.

Not only will there be an extensive array of Asian delicacies from vendors, but also activities like learning the art of origami, taiko drumming, breakdancing and karaoke.

Courtesy: Kabuki-Soba-Yakitori / Asian Street Food Fest / Smorgasburg Miami

Enjoy some of the best Asian street food from more than a dozen culinary vendors; prices vary.

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