Transfer Co. aspires to bring the area's best and brightest of the food world together. Revitalizing the site of an abandoned building, the old Carolina Coach Garage Shop, the space will maintain the original steel and brick to keep the historical significance, but bring new life with fresh ideas. Located just a five minute walk from Fayetteville St. (and just off the greenway) in Raleigh's historic Olde East neighborhood, Transfer Co. should be a hub for community, exchange of knowledge and celebration of food! Whether you're looking to shop for local groceries, want to learn how to make tortillas from scratch or order the freshest in NC oysters, this will be the spot. Expect to see Transfer Co. open to the public in early 2019.
Transfer Co. is focused on bringing in top-quality local purveyors and giving them and opportunity to collaborate in new ways. Below are the current confirmed vendors, with new being announced regularly!
Unique wood-fired bagels (and we imagine delicious coffee).
This Asheville brewery is setting up its first Triangle tasting room.
Fresh fish market, oyster bar, and restaurant—all focused on NC seafood.
Handmade, Argentenian-style empanadas in a variety of flavors.
Downtown's fine chocolatiers are opening a second location.
A taste of the Mumbai street-food scene from the founder of Biryani Maxx in Cary.
Small-batch cookies, local dairy, hand-dipped shakes and made-to-order ice cream sandwiches.
Tacos, burritos and bowls, featuring fresh ingredients and house-made salsas, slaws and kimchi from the chef and owner of Circa 81 Tapas & Cocktaileria in Morehead.
A crave-worthy menu of Palestine cuisine with generous servings of authentic dishes, such as fresh pita, crispy falafel, savory dishes and signature dips and salads.
Izakaya-style Asian street food featuring a special combination of flavors representing different countries in Asia.
Nutrient-dense microgreens cultivated in large shipping containers.