Morgan Street Food Hall is a new lifestyle dining concept; not to be confused with a food court. It features local eateries and restaurants as well as local food retailers. Morgan Street Food Hall introduces the concept of cross meal ordering, where different meals are enjoyed in a shared seating area.
Makus Empanadas is built around the belief that good food doesn’t have to be complicated and that the best memories can be built around something as simple as a pack of empanadas.
Price: $ (Price based on my selection- MAKuS Empanadas- Price truly varies, depending on the restaurant you pick.)
0-5 Dollars per plate ($) 5-10 Dollars per plate ($$) 10-15 Dollars per plate ($$$) 15+ Dollars per plate ($$$$)
Access: There is no “real” wheelchair access specifically designed for us, but the front door is wide and has an even threshold. However, there is a slight incline in the entrance and at the doors leading to the outside patio. Navigating throughout the hall is fairly easy, other then the fact that it will be packed with people! As you know, most people are friendly and will get out of your way as you pass. Food trays are always offered and some businesses will assist in taking your tray to a designated table. Most places have pagers to alert you when your food is ready and typically buzz under 10 mins. *Note: Bathroom door give the appearance of being heavy or thick, but are moderately light. *
Parking lot: The location is in historic downtown, so there is ample parking. Recommend: Parking at the CAMPBELL Unv. parking lot, off W. Morgan St. and S. Dawson St..
*Major Note: Again, this is in Downtown Raleigh, so there are multiple obstacles leading up to the food hall including; uneven pavement, unlevel crosswalk entries, unlevel sidewalks and hills, and cracked blind crossing strips. I had to travel 2 blocks off the path to make it back to the front door of the entrance. You may need assistance.