Street Food Festival Returns To Newcastle

3 October 2013, 07:24 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50

The Urban Night Feast Festival's back in Newcastle for its second year, bringing street food to the North East for three nights.

The 2013 line up builds on last year's event and will see a collective of the most exciting vendors in the UK packing out The Boiler Shop, a warehouse space in the centre of the Stephenson area of Newcastle.

Vendors include the mighty Big Apple Hot Dogs, Indian street food experts Horn Ok Please, wood-fired pizza specialists Fundi, burrito vendors Luardos, returning hero The Rib Man, fried chicken newcomers Mother Clucker, Scottish toastie stars Deeney's and Mark Hix's legendary street food cart, FishDog.

An Urban Night Feast exclusive, Purl will run a series of ticketed cocktail master classes throughout the festival.

Festival founder Maunika Gowardhan has told Capital:
"There's a thriving foodie scene in the North East and we can't wait to tap into that with what promises to be a really exciting event."

The festival runs from 6pm til midnight tonight, from the 3rd til the 5th of October