KCET Feature: 5 Great SoCal Food Halls

KCET Article highlights 4SM's historical location, variety of vendors, and entertainment factors

KCET Article highlights 4SM's historical location, variety of vendors, and entertainment factors

KCET

"5 Great Southern California Food Halls"

Published on: February 16, 2016

Highlights from this article: 
"Now, across Southern California are a growing number of one-stop eating places where you and everyone in your group can each find something to eat and still sit together in one place. | Located in Santa Ana's revitalized East End neighborhood is the 4th Street Market, a 30,000 square foot food hall that occupies the space of the former Santa Ana Swap Meet (in an area once known as "Fiesta Marketplace"). Here, merchants can peddle their artisanal wares of all sorts -- from juices and craft cocktails to meats, noodles, s'mores, coffee, and ice pops. It's also unique with its "incubator kitchens," which are commercial kitchen spaces available for rent on an hourly, daily, or monthly basis for entrepreneurial artisans to learn how to grow a business."

Approximate Reach: Monthly Web Impressions - 300K / (News Station Coverage, not included)

Estimated Value: $2,000-$4,000

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