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Raleigh Food Hall Names 7 New Tenants

Opening in August

Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Giant culinary incubator Morgan Street Food Hall & Market announced its newest round of restaurant tenants for the August unveiling of the downtown Raleigh project. Opening in August, the Warehouse District space will feature 60-plus dining and retail stalls for a wide range of eating options.

Who’s coming to Morgan Street Food Hall & Market? Cousins Maine Lobster of Shark Tank fame will be there with a Maine-style lobster roll and other sea creature options. Nonprofit Carroll’s Kitchen, which helps end homelessness in women with job trainig and employment, will serve baked goods and sandwiches. Durham-based Makus Empanadas will bring its signature Argentinian dishes. Thai rolled ice cream will come by way of Raleigh Rolls. Wicked Taco will set up a second location in the food hall. Bella’s Wood Fired Pizza will have just what the name suggests — wood-fired pizzas. Morgan Street Java and Creperie will keep customers caffeinated and full of crepes.

Here’s a list of the previously named tenants.

Cousins Maine Lobster [Official]
Carroll’s Kitchen [Official]
Makus Empanadas [Official]
Raleigh Rolls [Morgan Food Hall & Market]
Wicked Taco [Official]
Bella’s Wood Fired Pizza [Morgan Food Hall & Market]
Morgan Street Java and Creperie [Morgan Food Hall & Market]