After many delays, the new Morgan Street Food Hall is now open for business and business is booming! Thankfully I was able to get a couple of preview visits to Morgan Street Food Hall (MSFH) and get a feel for what was going in without having to fight the crowds. And from what I’ve seen, it’s a good mix of popular stand-bys along with some new dining options. But color me impressed overall! I’ll be working through the food and dining options at MSFH over the next several months so I’ll be updating this post over time!
I’d recommend visiting in off-hours (any time outside of 11:30 to 1:30 and 5:30 to 7:30pm) since the place is super popular right now. After I’m able to visit a restaurant, I’ll give it a star rating and short description. It’s a tough job but somebody has gotta do it, I’ve included menus when available to help you get a better understanding of prices at the Morgan Street Food Hall!
Pictures and Menus for Morgan Street Food Hall Restaurants as of 9/5/18
Bella’s Wood Fired Pizza & Tapas
Cousins Maine Lobster: 4 Stars
The food truck turned food stall has done a great job here with its lobster rolls. In fact, it may even be better eating their food indoors with AC so a big thumbs-up from me!
Cow Bar: 4 and 1/2 stars
A fun and delicious spot for a decadent and flavor-filled burger! Great selection of fries as a side, choose from Original, Italiano and Truffle. Just be aware that service can be a bit uneven and slow.
Curry in a Hurry
Iyla’s Southern Kitchen
Mama Bird’s Cookies + Cream
Morgan Street Java & Crêperie
Oak City Fish & Chips
Sassool Select: 4 Stars
A Raleigh classic offering clean but tasty Mediterranean eats ranging from shawarma, wraps and salads.
The Arbor and Garden Bar: 3 1/2 Stars
A decent bar with reasonable prices but service has been slow the handful of times I have been here, even in off-hours. Fingers crossed they get better with time and experience.