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Plaza’s first neighborhood market and art crawl

Plaza Midwood businesses will transform into galleries and markets during the first-of-its-kind event along (and around) Central Avenue.

A colorful and retro line moves through the words Plaza Midwood in a tropical setting with a painted Calle Sol sign on the right.

Plaza Midwood is rich with colorful murals, an assortment of dining options, and businesses proud to call the neighborhood “home.”

Photo by CLTtoday

For one day only, Plaza Midwood will transform into a vibrant hub. The neighborhood is launching its Experience Midwood Market + Art Crawl.

Businesses along Central Avenue and Thomas Street will host 40+ vendors and artists during the first-of-its kind event on Saturday, May 11, from 12 to 5 p.m. Vendors will be selling hand-painted birdhouses, candles, jewelry, glass art, kombucha, clay art, and more + live music.

Participating businesses:

  • Betty, 1912 Thomas Ave.
  • Buriel Beer, 1214 Thomas Ave.
  • Dish, 1220 Thomas Ave.
  • Emmy Squared, 1508 Central Ave.
  • Gordon Street Alley, 1228 Gordon St. (between Snug Harbor and Sherwin Williams)
  • Moxie Mercantile, 2008 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Play Church, 1600 Fulton Ave., Ste. 140
  • Roam & Dwell, 1226 Central Ave.
  • Sip City, 917 Central Ave.
  • The Kilted Buffalo, 1212 Central Ave.
  • The Pizza Peel, 1600 Central Ave.
  • The Underground Truffle, 1600 Fulton Ave., Ste. 120
  • Twenty Two West, 2338 The Plaza
  • Whiskey Warehouse, 1221 The Plaza

Editor’s note: This is also the last day of operation for The Pizza Peel Plaza Midwood.