Dallas-Fort Worth’s newest food hall opens with stellar foodie lineup

Dallas-Fort Worth has a new food hall that is emerging as one of the best entries in the area: Called Harvest hallIt is a sprawling European-style dining and entertainment venue with a collection of local culinary concepts that opens in Grapevine on February 6th.

The hall is operated by Coury Hospitality and is connected to the recently opened Hotel Vin, Autograph Collection. The hangar is also part of Grapevine Main, a mixed-use development in Grapevine valued at $ 114 million.

Tom Santora, chief commercial officer at Coury Hospitality and general manager of Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall, said in a press release that the hall is a game changer for Grapevine.

“All of our chefs come from very different but complementary backgrounds and strive to provide their guests with a quality experience,” says Santora. “This goal within a goal is aimed at stimulating your senses. Whether live music and comedy on Third Rail or creative culinary events or art festivals on our 30,000 square meter square, there is something for everyone.”

In addition to the kitchens, the Harvest Hall houses the Third Rail and the Harvest Hall Main Bar as well as the Main Line Coffee Bar.

All restaurants are family owned and cooked from scratch:

Arepa TX Specializing in gourmet comfort dishes with a Latin twist, including made-to-order arepas, tacos, empanadas, rice bowls and artisanal pops.

Chick & biscuit Specializing in Fried Chicken Cookies, Nashville Hot Chicken, Pulled Pork, and Brisket. It’s Mason & Dixie’s sibling in Grapevine, owned by cook Beth Newman.

Simple slider is the slider concept by Caroline Perini and Miley Holmes, which includes Angus beef sliders with unique toppings, products from the farmer’s market such as Portobello mushrooms grown in Texas and sliders with seasonal ingredients, sauces and breads made fresh every day, and locally made desserts.

Monkey King Noodle Co.. is the North Chinese street food concept by head chef Andrew Chen with Lamian noodles (hand-pulled) and Xiao Long Bao (soup dumplings).

Snack from Loveria Specializing in authentic homemade lasagna and pasta recipes, as well as regional dishes from Ravenna, Italy, by Stefania and Andrea Matteucci, who own their flagship restaurant Loveria Caffe – Taste of Italy in Colleyville.

Zatars Specialized in owner Niddal Abedrabbo’s original family recipes that have been made over generations and offer an authentic Mediterranean flavor, including lamb kabobs, hummus dips, falafels, zatar pies and kebab on a skewer.

The Third Rail and Harvest Hall Main Bar are new additions to Grapevine’s nightlife:

Third rail is an intimate space ideal for a business lunch, work meeting or lazing around during the day. At night, it turns into a space for live music, comedy, food and wine, private events, and more.

Harvest Hall main bar serves as the centerpiece of the food hall and is a meeting point for the community.

The Main Line Coffee Bar offers coffee beans from Counter Culture Coffee, the specialty roaster with a training center in Deep Ellum. The coffee bar offers a range of Loca products, including donuts from Dough Boy Donuts from Burleson. Pastries from Grapevines Main Street Bakery & Chez Fabien; and Latin-inspired ice cream from the Azucár Ice Cream Company at Bishop Arts.

In addition to the food, the Harvest Hall offers an impressive space with an architecture that is reminiscent of the great American train stations from the 19th century. It has 40 foot ceilings with exposed trusses, large picture windows, and views of the train station.

The Grapevine City Visitor Information Center is also located in the Harvest Hall. It provides access to the 150 foot observation tower.

It’s also connected to a 38,000-square-foot public square that hosts the Grapevine city’s music and arts festivals, holiday events, local fairs, markets and year-round entertainment.

The harvest hall is open every day: weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays until 11:00 p.m.

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