Last night SFist dropped by the Mission Night Market, which is an impromptu (or "pop-up", if you must) marketplace housed inside Ken Ken Ramen's creepy-chic warehouse/noodle factory on 18th Street in the Mission. It was odd, but also delightful. Here are several shots that, more or less, sum up our night perusing the wares of the nearly twenty different vendors, artists, and craftspeople who showed up. (Heads up: the last shot contains possibly NSFW photos of the female form. You've been warned.)

Among the clothing vendors both new and vintage were: Alite Designs SanFlan Japanese Desserts, Boba Guys milk tea, terrariums from Kelly Malone, at least one guy selling home-pickled vegetables and a score of tea towels with birds on them.

If you missed it last night, you're in luck: the Mission Night Market will be pull up the industrial garage doors at 3376 18th Street and open for business again tonight, Friday March 9th and tomorrow March 10th from 6 p.m. until late. Check the event's Facebook page for more details.