Cross Street Market Announces ‘Friday Night Frights’ Movie Series

| October 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

This Friday, Cross Street Market is launching Friday Night Frights, “a spooky, socially-distanced dinner and a movie series,” featuring “fright bites and booooze.” The market-wide menu will feature Taharka’s ice cream as “Graveyard Grub,” “Goblin Guts” (poke bowls) at Ono Poke, “Zombie Drool” (chips and guacamole) at Taco Love Grill, and more.

Seating is first-come, first-served so the Cross Street Market management team is encouraging guests to arrive early and enjoy dinner from their favorite merchants. Each week, the movie will start at 7pm on the market’s TVs and at Pizza di Joey.


10/2: Casper

10/9: Addams Family

10/16: Ghostbusters

10/23: ET

10/30: Hocus Pocus

At 50 percent capacity, Cross Street Market’s 30,000 sq. ft. footprint allows for 138 socially-distanced interior common area seats, limited in-stall seating, and outdoor dining. There are sanitizer dispensers at every entrance, sanitizing wipes in every seating area, and queue signs and floor markings—spaced six feet apart—at every stall. Unless seated and eating or drinking, face coverings are required at all times in the market.

Cross Street Market is currently open Sunday through Thursday from 7am t0 8pm, and Friday and Saturday from 7am to 9pm. Individual merchant hours vary, and several operate outside of the market hours via pick-up, delivery, and carry-out windows.

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