{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Night markets are generally dedicated to more leisurely strolling, shopping, and eating rather than the more businesslike day markets. Typically open\\-air, and something of a cultural experience that has taken place for generations in most Asian cities, they are events where people come together to browse, socialize, and unwind, drawing locals relieved to be off from work. They’re entertainment venues pulsating with life; there’s plenty to see and do, and dinner’s always cooking.\n\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:”“}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”It looks like Boston will soon have it’s own version of these exhilarating gatherings, with the opening of a new Harvard Square restaurant, [Night Market]( After pushing back its original opening date not only once, but twice, Night Market appears to be aiming for a mid\\-December opening, [according to a recent post on their Instagram account]( The restaurant, which will serve a \”wide variety of Asian street food,\” \\- think Filipino lumpia, daikon fries with black bean aioli, steak fries with sea salt and seaweed, taro chips, fried crickets, Lao style duck larb, cocktails \\(one of them is called the Pain Killer\\) \\- is taking over the former Tamarind Bay basement\\-level space.\n\nFrom pictures posted on Night Market’s Instagram, the restaurant boasts what they call \”an environment unlike any other\”, with beautifully crafted, dark, reclaimed wood tables, industrial looking brick walls, and several walls covered with elaborate and colorful graffiti and street art. \n\nFollow Night Market on Instagram @nightmkt for updates on a specific opening date for the new restaurant, and stay tuned for more coverage here on BDCwire. \n\n_Night Market \\- Located below 48 JFK Harvard Square ._ \n\n”}}]}