The Market at 7th Street
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The Market at 7th Street is a bustling urban food destination in the heart of Charlotte's Center City! The Market's mission is to celebrate the food culture of the Carolinas and promote local and regional farmers, food artisans and entrepreneurs. The Market provides high quality, fresh and affordable food, as well as local products, seven days a week. We are at the base of the 7th Street Station parking deck, between 6th and 7th streets and adjacent to the Lynx Blue Line's 7th Street stop. Parking is validated for the first 90 minutes with a purchase from a Market business.
Cool, smallish venue with a collection of good local shops. Mostly food. Everything looked, smelled, and tasted great. We enjoyed our lunch visit here.
This is smaller market but packed with many fine shops, mostly eateries ! All indoor and enough dining tables in the middle of the market. One gets a homely feeling if you get inside. Car parking is metered street parking on weekdays or paid park houses nearby. This is next to the street car stop !
Fun, locally oriented market-style food court and retail area. You can drink wine, walk around, and chat with local business owners. We even stumbled upon a public tango class and had a delicious spontaneous raclette dinner!
I absolutely love this place Lots of choices of food selections. Vegetarian, seafood, comfort foods and wine and cheese selections. There is also Italian cuisine that is wonderful. There is also a little area where you can purchase jewelry. Gourmet Popcorn stand too! There are many reasons to visit this market. You can eat inside or take your food to go. I can't say enough about the quality of food choices. I highly recommend 7th street market!! There is plenty to explore and I guarantee you will not be disappointed!!
They have different varieties of vendors to choose from. Ex. Foods drinks snacks and etc my favorite one are the it's popping popcorn, mad Dash now they have the best burgers and sweet Crunch the best waffles I ever tasted from there. And it's kids friendly