Enjoy Alfresco Dining at 4th Street Market in Santa Ana

What to expect: new safety measures, new food vendors to try, and a revamped space

Currently in its soft reopening phase, the downtown Santa Ana food hall is welcoming back guests to enjoy items from its ever-changing lineup of vendors. Whether you order vegan tamales from La Vegana Mexicana or the savory Vietnamese crepes from the Banh Xeo Boys, you can enjoy bites on the revamped front and back patios.

During its downtime, 4th Street Market rebranded the space including installing new garden walls, signage, and graphic murals as well as reconfiguring the patios to become a safe dining area.

Ryan Chase, owner and founder of 4th Street Market

“We are excited about the revamp of the market; it’s been five years since we opened so we decided it was time to make some changes and freshen some things up,” says Ryan Chase, owner and founder of 4th Street Market.

Like many business owners, Chase is looking at what comes next.

“The area has grown a lot, both East End and downtown as a whole, and so has the realm of food and retail, so we wanted to continue to transform with it. In addition, we are looking forward to the completion of 24 apartment units directly above 4th Street Market (a few months out), the proposed $100 million apartment project across the street, the East End Skatepark, the upcoming OC Streetcar, and many other community projects in the works.”

The grand reopening of 4th Street Market takes place July 11.

Vegan tamales from La Vegana Mexicana

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