At 7th Street Public Market, we believe in Doing Good by Eating Well. As a 501c3 non-profit, we believe in:

  • Showcasing and supporting the unique, local food culture of the Carolinas
  • Providing an authentic and unique experience
  • Providing a welcoming space and convening our diverse community
  • Incubating emerging small business entrepreneurs and food artisans
  • Providing high-level education to our business entrepreneurs
  • Providing information and education on food and healthy living

COVID-19 Update

While restaurants are allowed to reopen to dine-in customers as soon as Saturday, May 23, we still think it's too soon to invite all of our friends to sit at our tables. The health and safety of our small businesses, employees, and visitors continue to be our top priority, so for now, select restaurants within the Market remain open for curbside pickup and delivery only until further notice.
We are still evaluating when and how the Market will reopen, and will share updates as the situation develops. When the time comes, we can assure you that we will open our doors in a safe and responsible way.
The Market is a welcoming, community gathering place and we are excited for the day that we can see people in our space again. Until the day we can all safely get together, we encourage you to support our restaurants by ordering meals to enjoy at home.


OFFERING CURBSIDE PICK AND DELIVERY
Viva Raw - (980)-275-3834
 Orrman's Cheese Shop - (980) 226-3025
Assorted Table Wine Shop - (704)-277-3234
Zia Pia import & Italian Kitcken - (704) 574-9163
It's Poppin Gourmet Kettle Korn 
Rico's Acai (704)-605-9960

No matter what you are feeling for breakfast, lunch or dinner we have an option for everyone. The lively mix of food, drink and retail offers a variety of local and global fare as well as hand-crafted goods. Explore our vendor page and find your new favorite dish today.

Need another reason to visit, here are some fun facts about the vendors you support when you visit 7th Street Public Market:

  • 12 small businesses
  • 30+ businesses incubated since opening
  • 9 women owned businesses
  • 4 minority owned businesses
  • 85+ people employed