100inc Agency is pleased to announce that 4th Street Market in downtown Santa Ana will be hosting their official Grand ReOpening this month! The innovative food hall has continued to maintain their position as leaders in the food world, and will be providing their local community with not only five brand new eateries, and a fully revamped space, but the very first digital food hall experience.
July 11, 2020 – Santa Ana, CA – Downtown Santa Ana’s popular food hall, 4th Street Market will be hosting their official Grand ReOpening, and celebrating by hosting their 4th Annual Taste of 4th Street Market Goes Virtual! During the market’s temporary closure due to COVID19, some of 4SM’s vendors continued to serve take-out to the local community, while Founder Ryan Chase and team used the time to revamp the entire space…
From the interior walls, key signage and branding, to the award-winning patio, every element of 4SM has been touched and given new life. Those who visit will discover new photo-worthy garden walls, signage, graphic murals, idyllic seating and more. The entire 4SM family has worked diligently to create a new and improved reality for their business, and look forward to opening their doors to the public.
“We are excited about the revamp of the market; it’s been five years since we opened so we decided it was time to make some changes and freshen some things up. The area has grown a lot, both East End and Downtown as a whole, and so has the realm of food and retail, so we wanted to continue to transform with it. In addition, we are looking forward to the completion of 24 apartment units directly above 4th St Market, the proposed $100 million apartment project across the street, the East End Skatepark, the upcoming OC Streetcar, and many other community projects in the works
– Ryan Chase, Owner/Founder, 4th Street Market
Aside from being a family-friendly and ever-evolving dining destination, visiting 4SM provides its guests with a true urban experience. With one of the only four Stussy Archive stores in the US right across the street, to The Frida Cinema (the only true independent theater in OC) just a few doors down, and dozens of murals throughout the area, this food hall is surrounded by culture and creativity.
In addition, guests can indulge in new flavors courtesy of five (5) unique eateries:
Burritos La Palma: MICHELIN Guide CA 2019 Bib Gourmand-awarded Mexican concept
Banh Xeo Boys: authentic Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepes)
Loose Leaf Boba: fresh pressed teas, coffee and more
Munchies Vegan Deli: plant-based meats, cheeses, and sauces (by Munchie’s Vegan Diner team)
Smörgåsburger: globally-influenced gourmet burgers
Guests can continue to enjoy 4SM’s other popular tenants including mouthwatering sandwiches from Deli Station (open as early as 8:30am daily), vegan asian-fusion from Naughty Panda, ice cream ‘sammies’ by Chunk-N-Chip, plant-based Mexican staples by La Vegana Mexicana, Southwest-inspired goods from Alta Baja Market, island flavors from Faka’s Island Grill, signature seafood entrées by Mar, classic halal food from Buqqa Mediterreanean Grill, as well as high quality meats and more from Santa Ana’s Electric City Butcher.
In line with their Grand ReOpening, 4SM will also be hosting their 4th Annual Taste of 4th Street Market event on July 11th from 12PM-8PM, where each of their vendors offer exclusive small bites reflective of their signature menu items. There will be limited patio seating (to encourage social distancing) as well as live music and other entertainment taking place throughout the downtown area. It’s an opportunity to experience every flavor the market has to offer, along with the arts and culture of the Santa Ana community!
*Please note that face masks are required to visit the market day-of and/or enjoy al fresco dining.
For those still looking to experience local eats at home, 4SM’s Taste of 4th Street Market Goes Virtual is the ideal option and will mimic a traditional food hall experience. Foodies can experience an EXCLUSIVE family-style collaborative feast by 4SM’s vendors. These unique pairings can only be enjoyed by ordering a Taste of 4SM online through their web platform, and can be picked up curbside day-of. Pre-orders will be available leading up to the event, and can also be placed day-of on July 11, 2020. Those interested can tune in on instagram and Facebook LIVE to watch the local entertainment and more from the comfort of their home.
More details and ordering-site can be found here: www.4thstreetmarket.com/tastevirtual.
In ordinance with current safety measures and to expand their dining options, 4SM has also added a new 800sq foot parklet to offer additional outdoor seating, right on time for their Grand ReOpening and Taste of 4SM event on July 11th. Right on 4th Street, the space will feature furniture, decking, planters, shade coverings, string lights, and more.
With this reopening, the 4th Street Market team will continue to implement and follow numerous health and safety measures, such as: extra cleaning, public exterior-facing doors to minimize touching, separating tables (including cutting all the large patio tables in half), requiring both employees and customers to wear face coverings while indoors, public-facing hand sanitizing stations, and more.
4SM’s operating hours will be 11am – 8pm Wednesday-Sunday, and 11am-9pm Thursday-Saturday. Please note that hours are subject to change, and some vendors hours may vary.
For those who are not yet comfortable visiting or spending time dining in at 4th Street Market, these vendors are continuing to offer curbside and/or take-out services, and are grateful for the support of the community.
About 4th Street Market
As a culinary hub of Orange County, 4th St Market is filled with creative chefs, food artisans, and small business entrepreneurs. Because of their dedication to incubation and the fostering of budding talent, the food hall experiences an evolution of tenants annually, which the market fully embraces. With it’s easily interchangeable units and minimal barriers to entry, 4th St Market was created for this purpose of ever-changing vendors, all of whom offer unique and flavorful fare. As some concepts grow out of the space, and new ones come in, the 4th Street Market community thrives off of the annual change.
Learn more about all of the 4th Street Market tenants and their menus: 100eats.com/clientfacts/4th Street Market