Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Free Movie Screening, Market News + Tickets to the OC Fair!

THE TREATERY IS NOW OPEN!

From the mastermind behind the beloved Front Porch Pops

stand & Torch S'more Co., comes your new favorite dessert shop,The Treatery! Deliciously creative confections now served on the daily!

DAZED AND CONFUSED SCREENING UNDER THE STARS!

We're continuing the FREE summer movie series out on our gorgeous, award-winning patio with a screening of Dazed and Confused, courtesy of our friends at The Frida Cinema! Join us this Thursday, 7/28 at 8pm, for an evening of great food and one fantastic film! No tickets necessary, but please note, seating is first come, first serve.

EXPANDED DRINK MENU AT RECESS BY PLAYGROUND!

School may be out for summer, but the brilliant mixologists at Recess DTSA are still working hard to bring you the tastiest, most innovative draft beer and cocktail lists around! Come by to see what's new!

SCORE TICKETS TO THE OC FAIR AT 4TH STREET MARKET!

Who's ready to get their fair face on?! Dine-in with us here at 4th Street Market on Friday, 7/29 from 7-10pm and Saturday, 7/30 from 11am - 2pm and the first 100 guests on each day to show us a paper receipt of $20 or more from our market vendors will receive one complimentary ticket to the OC Fair!

The fine print: One ticket per person per $20 purchase at any 4th Street Market vendor. Order MUST BE PLACED between the times specified above. Proof of purchase during designated windows of time may be combined to total $20. Please bring your receipt/receipts to the booth at the front of 4th Street Market to claim your ticket. Digital receipts will not be accepted - please make sure you ask for a printed receipt. Offer is good while supplies last! Photo by @wearetheweirdoz on Instagram.

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Monday, June 20, 2016

Free Movie Screening + Alta Baja and Treatery Openings!

ALTA BAJA GRAND OPENING 6/25!
Alta Baja, the highly anticipated and newest addition to 4th Street Market, will be celebrating their official Grand Opening THIS Saturday, 6/25! A full weekend of festivities are planned and you are all are invited to come check out the amazing food products from Mexico, the Southwest as well as many local items created right here by food makers in our East End Kitchens. There will be workshops, samplings, and even a walking DTSA Food Tour with OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano! Click here for details on the Grand Opening!

On Sunday, 6/26, join us for an exclusive wine event featuring Baja wines! There will be five winemakers and a complimentary taco lunch! Check out the Facebook invite for details on how to reserve your spot!
6/23 JAWS SCREENING AT 4TH STREET MARKET!
Can't think of a better way to officially kick off the summer than with a fun night on our award winning patio and a free screening of 1975 classic, Jaws, brought to you by our awesome neighbors at The Frida Cinema!! Grab your friends and a delicious bite to eat from one of our many food stands and snag a spot for the 830pm showing on 6/23 - no tickets necessary, but seating is first come first serve! Click here for details.
NEW DESSERT CONCEPT COMING TO 4TH STREET MARKET!
From the masterminds behind the beloved Front Porch Pops & Torch S'more Co., comes your new favorite sweet spot, The Treatery! Look forward to artisan popcorn and other creative confections coming very soon! Photo courtesy of Anne Watson Photography.
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Monday, June 06, 2016

Negroni Week Special - Plus Special Tonight Only Offer

Sodas for Charity - Offer for Tonight's Party for a Cause
NEGRONI WEEK IS HERE
Sodas for Charity - Opening Party Tonight (Special Offer)
For the last 4 years Imbibe Magazine and Campari have worked with restaurants and bars all over the world to put on an event called Negroni Week. This event was built to supports local charitable organizations and celebrate a classic beverage that has been a staple of the bar community.
Traditionally a Negroni is an alcoholic concoction,but Jinny's Pizzeria decided to participate with their own variation of the Italian classic. From June 6th to June 12th, $1 of every Orange Cream Soda sold will go toward Inspire Artistic Minds, an organization that give educational scholarships to those in the hospitality industry.
SPECIAL TONIGHT ONLY OFFER
Tonight Only, Join us in celebrating Negroni Week with a special bartender competition, food, 6 inventive Negroni cocktails, and entertainment ALL INCLUDED for a suggested $10 donation. Find more information on location and tickets here.
 
 
 
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Monday, May 16, 2016

Alta Baja Needs Your Support!

LET'S SUPPORT ALTA BAJA!
Alta Baja Market NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT in order to bring the best from above and below the border to Downtown Santa Ana... specifically, right here to 4th Street Market. Please support their Kickstarter at http://bit.ly/ABMkkstr... This is the final stretch, friends!

There are a number of great rewards for contributing to this incredible project and any contribution helps!! Thank you so much to all who have helped to bring this amazing space to life.

See what LA Times had to say about Alta Baja here.
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Monday, April 25, 2016

OPEN NOW: ALTA BAJA & RECESS!

COME SEE WHAT'S NEW AT ALTA BAJA!
The good folks at Alta Baja have opened their doors, currently in a soft opening phase! Come check out some of the awesome products available and get excited for even more good stuff to come! Expect fresh produce, prepared food items, beer, wine, cheese + a bakery and interactive workshops coming summer 2016!
RECESS IS BACK!
After a brief hiatus, our in-house bar Recess is back up and running! Be sure to stop by this week and scope out the new layout, brand new TV's, and enjoy a cold one with your meal out on our patio! More exciting drink options coming soon...
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Sunday, April 10, 2016

Thanks for Coming In!

Thanks so much for visiting 4th Street Market. We appreciate your business and hope your visit was a great one!
 
See you again soon!

- The 4th Street Market team
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Thursday, April 09, 2015

Syndromes.

I never knew cooked carrots could be this delicious. A buttery, salt-laden nub burst between my teeth, these weren’t the carrots I grew up eating. My mom didn’t cook, and when she did, it was alright. I sensed this was not the “Joy of Cooking”, as she never seemed thrilled when she had to whip something up.  It was a painstaking task, and it was either for her coworkers, or if we were lucky, us.  

I never thought much of my childhood, and when I did, I would get into the rotten parts only (thanks depression!) but I knew, I had a pretty interesting upbringing. 

My brother was born mute – didn’t cry, which scared them into thinking he was born deaf. Autism wasn’t a big thing at the time, (No Jenny McCarthy) because of this there wasn’t much of an umbrella to branch out and explain different spectrums. Mental health wasn’t thought much of, and they simplified to such an extent that most people were misdiagnosed. Some were medicated to the point of drooling. 

Which is pretty fucked up. 

Joseph was diagnosed with tourettes syndrome, a mental syndrome that is not at all what he has. He definitely was on the autism spectrum, but since the only way you could have that is if you were the severely retarded (think: drooling and yelling). As a result, he was not counted.

Unfortunately for his sanity, my brother is a psychosomatic personality. He meticulously read and researched every morsel of information he could squelch about his mental state. He became an ambassador of the handicapped- well, TouretteSIcapped, which meant that he informed everyone he met about the reality of the "syndrome". How it wasn’t all cuss words, and such. He would have these “ticks”. There would be so many “fuck yous”, and middle fingers, I think my pops was thinking they were at him - inner guilt?  I would always silently chuckle, because I never really knew what else to do. Any one in his company would get so flustered and helpless, as to help cease the cuss. I would try to relax him by saying our favorite silly words, but mostly, I would follow the sleepwalker rule.

Unfortunately, once they correctly diagnosed him, he still had the tics. I’m assuming this was due to my mother not allowing him to read any information about his new disorder. Smart move. I can't say that this is the case now, as he has switched sides, and has ambassador-ed up for Team Aspergers. Instead of blaming his tics on Tourettes, he now blames his nude night walking on being an Aspie, after he was busted on camera gallivanting in the buff by a retail store in the middle of the night.  

They should consider themselves fortunate to have such an open minded spokesman.