Friday, 3rd July 2015, 17:00 PM - Saturday, 4th July 2015, 22:30 PM
James Stock, of Fat Annie's makes a hot dog at the outdoor food market on Arundel Street. Andrew Roe

James Stock, of Fat Annie’s makes a hot dog at the outdoor food market on Arundel Street.

The bi-monthly Peddler Night Market is set to return to Sheffield for two nights this weekend. The market aims to bring top quality food to Sheffield’s Cultural Industries corner. It’ll be the fifth time it has hit the streets of Sheffield.

The market returns to Arundel Street following last month’s collaboration with Sheffield Design Week at Park Hill.

Peddler incorporates a combination of street food, craft beers, live music and arts until 10.30pm. Sheffield’s Steel Cats will be putting on fire eating displays at the event.

The market itself offers a wide range of food including local providers such as Cantonese dim sum, wood-fired pizza and an array of BBQs. Across these stalls there will be a vast amount of vegan and vegetarian dishes, as well as gluten free foods. Shoot the Bull, a Hull based street-food provider, has been added to the market this time.

The event is free entry and child friendly.

To keep up to date with the event check out or find Peddler market on Facebook.

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