Take a peek at their diverse and delicious menu!
Here's what you need to know:
Located at 411 West Morgan St. in the Warehouse District, this massive space will house 20 local restaurants, two bars, and some food-focused retail businesses. The shared dining space means you and your friends can choose from different restaurants, or share a sampling if you can't decide.
Morgan Street will be opening to the public in August—we'll keep you updated when we know the date!
The food lineup is delicious:
- Raleigh Rolls: Raleigh's first foray into those Insta-famous Thai ice cream rolls, watch these drool-worthy desserts come together before your eyes.
- Bella's Wood Fired Pizza and Tapas: High-quality pizza and small plates tapas using the freshest ingredients available.
- Boba Brew Bubble Tea and Smoothies: Perfect to replace a meal or as an afternoon pick-me-up, Boba offers authentic bubble tea and naturally-sweetened, non-GMO smoothies in a rainbow of colors.
- Carroll's Kitchen: Nonprofit social enterprise restaurant serving up soups, salads, sandwiches and more, along with opportunities for women experiencing homelessness in Raleigh
- Sassool: Healthy, fast-casual Lebanese and Mediterranean food, with plenty of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.
- Cocoa Forte: Creative desserts—like chocolate-dipped cheesecake and waffles on a stick—from an established local food truck.
- Cousin's Maine Lobster: Nationally-known food truck that brings Maine's freshest seafood to diners across the U.S.
-Cow Bar Burger: Handcrafted, artisan burgers with both meat and vegetarian options. Hint: Ask for the kimchi burger off the secret menu.
- Curry in a Hurry: Fast, casual, and flavorful Indian dishes, with plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free. The butter chicken is to die for.
- Iyla's Southern Kitchen: Unique twists on southern classics. The collards and mac and cheese couldn't be any better than this.
- Maku's Empanadas: Award-winning Argentinian dishes finally make their way to Raleigh from this established Durham brand.
- MKG Kitchen: Refreshed Vietnamese classics in a totally 'grammable booth. (Hint: The name stands for the Mekong in Vietnam, where the owner's family came from, and also "my kinda grub.")
- Morgan Street Java and Creperie: Local coffee and espresso, crepes, and pastries come together for the perfect solution to the mid-afternoon slump.
- Raleigh Raw: You know the drill—the freshest juices and perfect poke bowls.
- The Bowls: A journey through East Asia during your lunch break, with tasty rice bowls and fusion egg rolls.
- The Broth: Japanese-style comfort food, featuring ramen, street food inspired sliders, and Korean fried chicken.
- Wicked Taco: House-made tortillas and salsas are the cherry on top of these tacos made from only the best ingredients.
And the vendor lineup gives you a great way to #shoplocal. Some of the highlights include Five Points Baking Company, Quintesscential Candles, Hail Mary Mix, Durham Toffee, and Fleurs de Moufette with the prettiest bouquets we ever did see.