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H&8th Night Market returns to MidTown

Friday night marks the return of H&8th Night Market, a MidTown street party highlighted by local food trucks, live music, and beer from COOP Aleworks. Festivities begin at 7 p.m. and continue until 2 a.m. inside and all around Elemental Coffee, 815 N Hudson Ave., in Oklahoma City.
by Dave Cathey Published: March 27, 2013
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Oklahoma City's journey down the culinary yellow brick road is crowded with ambitious chefs and restaurateurs, but as the caravan comes closer to its destinations, collaboration is important.

While local chefs and restaurateurs are no strangers to working together, the return of the H&8th Night Market is a perfect example of how teamwork can pay off for everybody.

Friday night marks the return of this MidTown street party highlighted by local food trucks, live music, and beer from COOP Aleworks. Festivities begin at 7 p.m. and continue until 2 a.m. inside and all around Elemental Coffee, 815 N Hudson Ave.

The H (which stands for Hudson Avenue) and 8th (which stands for N 8 Street) Night Market will continue on the final Friday of each month through September.

This street party isn't just for late-night hipsters. The festivities are not only family-friendly but pet-friendly, too.

While music will be the soul of the party, food is at its heart. Top mobile kitchens in attendance are scheduled to include Heo's Kitchen, MotoChef, Off the Hook Seafood, Pizza 23, Roxy's Ice Cream Social, Taste of Soul Egg Roll, Urban Agrarian and Wild Al's. COOP Ale Works will offer craft beer. Elemental Coffee will, of course, brew its premium grounds.

Ludivine, 805 N Hudson Ave., will suspend standard service, set up a second bar in its dining room and offer special cocktails and gourmet street food. Ludivine also will host the indoor portion of the party from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

The long-term goal of the event is to build the MidTown community and inspire increased development and urban living.

“We were energized by the success of last year's events and have made a few adjustments based on feedback from attendees and vendors about how to make it better,” said Laura Massenat, co-owner of Elemental Coffee and H&8th co-founder. “We'll also close down both lanes of Hudson Avenue this time, to increase safety and improve walkability. It's going to be epic.”

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by Dave Cathey
Food Editor
The Oklahoman's food editor, Dave Cathey, keeps his eye on culinary arts and serves up news and reviews from Oklahoma’s booming food scene.
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