New food hall in Grapevine signs on fave Fort Worth falafel food truck
Peelers and falafel have been put on the menu at Harvest Hall, a European food hall that opened in historic Grapevine in mid-2020.
According to a press release, there are newbies joining the food hall Simple slider, Home of the gourmet slider; and Ugly, a Fort Worth food truck serving Mediterranean cuisine.
Harvest Hall is connected to Hotel Vin, which is part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, which specializes in unique properties. It is located at 215 E. Dallas Rd. And is part of a $ 114 million mixed-use development called Grapevine Main that will serve as the gateway to the burgeoning downtown district.
The Food Hall and hotel are operated by Coury Hospitality, which currently has seven boutique hotels in Kansas City, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita, Minneapolis, and Milwaukee.
The food hall was previously signed with four vendors, so there will be six. The restaurants they have selected for the Food Hall are family owned and operated:
Easy Slider comes from the owners Caroline Perini and Miley Holmes and specializes in Angus Beef Slider with unique toppings. That means the farmers market makes products like Texas portobello mushrooms and other seasonal ingredients. Easy Slider is the first and only gourmet slider truck in Dallas / Fort Worth and now includes three trucks and a restaurant in Deep Ellum.
Zatar’s owner and operator Niddal Abedrabbo serves family recipes made from high-quality ingredients such as lamb kabobs, hummus dips, Jerusalem-style falafels, Zatar cakes and kebab on a skewer. This will be your first stationary location. Zatar participated in the Blue Zones project, a national project to reduce chronic diseases and improve quality of life. Zatar is also involved in many charitable activities.
You will join the four previously announced providers:
Arepa TX – Latin cuisine
Chick & Biscuit – comfort kitchen
Four sisters – a taste of Vietnam
Spuntino – Bites from Italy
Now that they are part of the Harvest Hall family, Easy Slider and Zatar food trucks will add items from these other Harvest Hall companies to their menus.
In a statement, Tom Santora, Commercial Director of Coury Hospitality and General Manager of Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall, calls this a “challenging time” in the hospitality industry.
“All of the restaurants at Harvest Hall are family owned and operated – and we’re all looking for ways to support one another,” says Santora. “It just so happens that our two newest partners are food truck operators. By sharing the space on their food trucks, each of our kitchens can expand their reach in order to maximize sales during these difficult times.”