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7th Street Public Market

Located in the First Ward, 7th Street Public Market is an incubator for local businesses that has become a community destination offering fresh food and drink options such as pizza, sushi, sandwiches, coffee, beer and pastries. The market hosts Live Music Fridays, and vendors host events like Tuesday Night Wine Flights by the Assorted Table Wine Shoppe and Raclette Nights hosted by Orrman’s Cheese Shop. The market’s space can be rented for private events, and tables can also be reserved for parties. For more information, call 704.230.4346 or visit 7thstreetpublicmarket.com.

Length of Experience: Varies
Group Size: No minimum or maximum.
Availability: Open daily. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Bryan Jackson

2 weeks ago

Cool, smallish venue with a collection of good local shops. Mostly food. Everything looked, smelled, and tasted great. We enjoyed our lunch visit here.



a year ago

This is smaller market but packed with many fine shops, mostly eateries ! All indoor and enough dining tables in the middle of the market. One gets a homely feeling if you get inside. Car parking is metered street parking on weekdays or paid park houses nearby. This is next to the street car stop !


val O

4 months ago

Most of the places were closed but hopefully the waffle place will be open when you go. If it is you absolutely must get a waffle from there, they are amazing! Savory or sweet you won't regret it at all! So good! The waffle dough is a little sweet, so even if you ask for a savory one you will have a sweet and savory experience. I'm not a savory/sweet combo person but I enjoyed it regardless, so don't let that turn you away. Really they have no business being that good, lol.


Jd Adams

a month ago

To think of all the times I would pass by and I never went in to this place. There are a bunch of little restaurants, a wine shop, plus all the other places I passed by. I enjoyed the pictures and pizza, brought some fried seafood for my mother and it disappeared. There is a nifty little popcorn place there. I had to slow my child down from trying to make a bag of chicken flavored popcorn vanish in one sitting. One area, three different places, all five star dishes. You just have to go there!!


Brogan Rainey

3 months ago

What a cool place to check out! The food options are fabulous. Great spot to support local businesses.