(1) 7th Street Market has a mission. That’s cool. Their mission is to “celebrate the food culture of the Carolinas and promote local and regional farmers, food artisans, and entrepreneurs. The Market helps mitigate food deserts in surrounding neighborhoods addressing access, health & food education, and cost.”
(2) 7th Street Market has real food. Jen ordered the Grilled Cheese from Orman’s Cheese shop. I was kinda thinking – what are you 8 years old? But it looked awesome and she destroyed it (I’m ordering it next time). I order the lunch special Pepperoni Pizza from Pure Pizza. Delightful.
(3) 7th Street Market has a legitimate coffee shop vibe. And, the coffee/tea to back it up. The tea from Charlotte Tea & Spice came with one of those fancy french press thingies and my coffee from Not Just Coffee came from a barista that was dead serious.
(4) 7th Street Market has wifi.
— Nikki Wolfe (@Nikki704) January 9, 2015
(5) 7th Street Market often has cool and free events. My favorite type of events. Examples include cooking classes and yoga.
(6) 7th Street Market has passionate foodie fans.
— 7th St Public Market (@7thPublicMarket) January 8, 2015
— Adam Carpenter (@acarpentermusic) January 6, 2015
— Matt Riggins™ (@MattLovesYoohoo) December 30, 2014