Taste a Little of Everything at Morgan Street Food Hall Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
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Taste a Little of Everything at Morgan Street Food Hall Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
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Get ready for all the local eats at the first food hall in downtown Raleigh!

By Kelsey Van

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.

Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
411 W Morgan St
Raleigh, NC 27603
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