Food Hall News
Grapevine food hall puts lobster rolls, hot chicken, & pizza on the menu
A buzzy food hall in Grapevine has exciting new vendors serving chicken, Italian food, and seafood: Harvest Hall, the European-style food hall in historic Grapevine, has added three dining options that will open in March, joining current vendors ZaTaR Mediterranean, Arepa TX, and Monkey King Noodle Co., and representing a wave of new kitchen partners at this evolving dining destination.
The food hall opened in 2020 and is operated by Coury Hospitality, which also owns Hotel Vin, the six-story boutique hotel in Grapevine where the food hall is located.
The newcomers include:
Dock Local. Coastal cuisine concept with signature dishes such as lobster rolls and fish & chips has been a DFW favorite since its opening in 2019. They're well versed in food halls, having previously had a stand at the short-lived Food Hall on Crockett Row, and they currently have two food hall outlets - at Dallas' AT&T Discovery District and at Legacy Hall in Plano - in addition to their original location in Uptown Dallas.
Firehawks Hot Chicken. New hot chicken concept is a sibling of ZaTaR Mediterranean, from founder Niddal Abedrabbo with a menu that inlcude the Chicken Sammy, with fried chicken, coleslaw, pickles, and sauce on a brioche bun.
Pizza by Luigi. Italian concept is from veteran chef Luigi Iannuario, a native of Italy whose resume includes La Stella Cucina Verace in Dallas' Arts District, and most recently at Eataly. Luigi features a unique style of pizza, combining Roman and Neapolitan recipes as well as generational recipes reminiscent of Iannuario’s childhood in Milan.
The menu will be a taste of Italy within a family budget, changing with the season, with dishes prepared by his wife Fabiana, both traditional and modern Italian cuisine. Pizza will be the foundation, baked in an authentic pizza oven, with dough made daily on-site.
Harvest Hall Director of Operations Mitch Johnson says that their goal at Harvest Hall is to offer a variety of cuisines.
“These three new kitchen partners all aim to fill a gap in the Dallas-Fort Worth culinary community, from authentic and affordable Italian cuisine, coastal specialties, and Nashville hot chicken," he says. "Guests will continue to experience global delicacies as they always have at Harvest Hall.”
Harvest Hall is also home to Third Rail, a listening room-style venue for live entertainment, the Harvest Hall Main Bar, and Main Line Coffee Bar.