McFadden Public Market, Downtown Santa Ana’s newest food hall, comes fully-loaded with vintage arcade games, multiple food stalls and two bars. Another work of well-known Orange County restaurateur Leonard Chan, and his partner Phillip Kwan, McFadden brings innovative eateries and nostalgic activities together harmoniously under one roof. Chan and his team invite anyone and everyone to come and experience this unique epicenter of food, drink, and fun.
McFadden Public Market will officially open to the public come April, 2017. Guests can choose from four different one-of-a-kind eateries to fill their bellies, experience a variety of craft beers and cocktails from two in-house bars, as well as get their caffeine on at the in-house coffee roaster. Chan continues to do his part as a true foodie and entrepreneur, and adds to the tapestry of food trends here in Orange Country with McFadden Public Market. This is not your average food hall, folks.
MCFADDEN PUBLIC MARKET BARS
80’s themed arcade bar featuring a balcony overlooking Main Street in DTSA. Classic pinball machines and arcade games will fill most of the space and expect to see classic movies projected in the lounge area, along withclassic bar and board games scattered throughout.
Under Control is a craft cocktail bar housed directly under Mission Control. Expect a seasonal menu of cocktails that offer the happy hour crowd a new favorite hangout in DTSA. Flanked by a sunny lounge, guests can enjoy live music on select evenings and weekends to complement the cocktail you’ll be sipping.
MCFADDEN PUBLIC MARKET EATERIES
Fried chicken comes back to DTSA with Rooster Republic. Serving classic fried chicken and chicken sandwiches, enjoy it with rotating side dishes and their house made sauces such as hot honey and white BBQ.
Serving up classic ice cream flavors, Milk Man will be offering their old fashioned flavors in milkshakes, sundaes, floats. A small space means a constant introduction of new flavors and toppings can be expected. “Sundae Funday” is about to be a thing.
En Tu Boca
In the land of tacos, this concept is looking to feature a menu we have yet to see in the taco game. Offering Filipino, Chinese, and Japanese-inspired meats and flavors, you’ll be able to try all they have to offer in the form of a taco, burrito, bowl, or even nachos! Pair these with classic specialty Japanese and Mexican brews and Taco Tuesday will never be the same.
With a successful pho restaurant under their belt, this Vietnamese family is heading north to DTSA providing a modern twist on their flagship spot’s popular menu. Look forward to slow cooked, prepared-in-house, piping hot bowls of pho, and some surprise spring rolls.
For more information, visit www.mcfaddenmarket.com.
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