Construction is still chugging right along over at the corner of Morgan Street and West Street in Downtown Raleigh on the forthcoming Morgan Street Food Hall!
And while the construction and design teams are hard at work, the folks working behind the scenes to secure a variety of food and beverage offerings for the dining hall concept have been keeping busy, too. Here’s a look at who has already been announced to be part of the debut line-up of vendors later this summer:
Bella’s Wood Fired Pizza – fresh ingredients and small plate tapas
Boba Brew – bubble teas
Carroll’s Kitchen – a Raleigh non-profit emphasizing culinary job skills for women and a second location for the Downtown Raleigh eatery
City Sushi – inventive sushi
Cousins Maine Lobster – North Carolina’s first storefront location for the popular “Shark Tank” winner and food truck concept
Cow Bar – specialty hamburgers
Ginger & Soy – Asian dishes
Makus Empanadas – signature dough pockets with fillings from pork to sweet corn that has gained a loyal following already in Durham
Morgan Street Java and Creperie – made-to-order crepes and house-made pastries
Oak City Fish & Chips – local seafood and another food truck favorite
Raleigh Raw – fresh-pressed juices
Raleigh Rolls – Thai ice cream rolls and the brand’s first location
Sasool – Lebanese and Mediterranean dishes
Wicked Taco – an NC State favorite with an original location on Western Blvd.
And a mix of retail tenants including Hail Mary Mix, Five Points Baking Co., Mike D’s BBQ, and The Soaperie…
When the food hall opens and is fully-leased, over 60 dining and retail stalls will offer a variety of high-quality, chef-driven speciality foods with a “wide range of diversity”, according to Hibernian Hospitality Group (Hibernian Pub, Xoco, The Station at Person Street, Raleigh Beer Garden) who is developing Morgan Street Food Hall.
411 W Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC 27603