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.
This year, they bid adieu to: Falasophy, Graze, Jinny’s Pizzeria, Red Envelope, and Wingman, and warmly welcome: All Flavor No Grease, Ground House, La Vegana Mexicana, Steel Pan Pizza, and more. The 4th Street Market team is excited to host these new eateries, as they are dedicated to innovation and the process of moving forward in the foodie-universe.
Late December 2018 — A multitude of tenants will begin to depart their stalls at 4th St Market, many with great success to share, and expansion on the horizon. Falasophy, originally a food truck, has grown quickly throughout their productive time at 4th St Market and has now opened a brick and mortar at The Irvine Spectrum Center. The team behind Jinny’s Pizzeria has followed other culinary dreams, and the co-founders of Red Envelope have shifted their focus to other restaurant projects. Lastly, after having his fun with burgers at Graze, Chad of The Coconut Truck will be transitioning his stall at 4th St Market into a new Asian-fusion eatery.
January 5 2019, downtown Santa Ana — 4th St Market’s newest tenants, All Flavor No Grease and Ground House, will open to the public. From slaying quesadillas on a plancha in his front yard to one of LA’s favorite food trucks, Chef Keith Garrett (aka Chef Ocho) of All Flavor No Grease is bringing his outstanding street food to 4th St Market. With his massive social media following and faithful fan-base, Chef Ocho has made a name for himself – a Chef dedicated to pleasing the people and smiling along the way. The creative food-minds behind Wingman decided to transform their space at 4th St Market to Ground House (which can also be found at TRADE Irvine). Their team is very passionate about this concept and are thrilled to bring their juicy, specialty burgers to Santa Ana. Both of these concepts are slated to officially open to the public on January 5, 2018 and are excited to bring their flavorful, photo-worthy cuisine to the 4th St Market community.
Early 2019, downtown Santa Ana — additional tenants join the mix at 4th St Market. Expect exciting new offerings like Detroit-style pies from Steel Pan Pizza, and innovative and flavorful latin cuisine from East End Kitchen’s most recent concept La Vegana Mexicana, and more. Additional updates and information coming soon!