Oh those Summer Nights!

summer nights julyGood food, Devon-style hit the streets of Newton Abbot last Staurday as Market Street set up shop at Newtons Abbot's first Summer Nights Street Food Market.

Market Street brought the best tacos that a fiver can buy and then threw in a free Frobishers and bag of popcorn.  The best deal in town even if we do say so ourselves.  

We'll be bringing our great food that supports our great cause out on the road at the next Summer Nights in August and September.  This will be your chance to support very best local Devon produce, cooked by our aspiring young Devon chefs and supporting Young Devon's work helping local young people to thrive!

Market Street, rising local young talent, working with great local Devon food!

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