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Keg and Case West 7th Market Goes “Inside Out” with Socially-Distanced Shopping, Dining Options

 The Market has moved all common seating onto the expansive patio and park for a physically distanced, outdoor dining experience. No reservations needed.
Visitors can still shop inside the Market, and many favorite Keg and Case vendors are popped-up throughout the patio, park, and parking area for walk-up service. Guests can check out  Clutch Brewery’s new outdoor taproom. Spinning Wylde will be serving their organic cotton candy from a new little hot pink house, along with many other offerings around the market’s exterior.
Core hours of operation are Thursday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and some vendors may have extended hours.
Vendors reopening right now include: Five Watt Coffee, Pimento, O’Cheeze, Clutch Brewing Co., Bread n’ Boba Pastamoré, Forest to Fork, Studio Emme, Hobby Farmer, Sweet Science Ice Cream, Soul Lao, Sana CBD, K’nack, Spinning Wylde, House of Halva, and Revival.
All seating is physically distanced outside under shaded tents throughout the market’s expansive patio, park, and parking lot. Floor markings and signage provide customers with the most up-to-date physical distancing guidance. Touchless sanitation stations have been installed throughout the entire indoor/outdoor property. Frequent cleaning and sanitization ensure the entire indoor and outdoor Keg and Case Market is as safe and sanitary as possible. All tenants and their employees are required to wear masks, as well as all customers shopping inside the market. 
The public is invited to enjoy live music with local musicians on the patio and park every Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. this summer, scheduled through September 4. Social distance will be maintained.
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