A California-based "grocery and specialty foods emporium" that "will allow customers to shop and dine on a much more local level" is heading to Dallas by spring 2015. The Market Hall, which sounds somewhat like Eataly or Dean & Deluca, will first open in San Diego and San Francisco, with launches in Seattle and Dallas to follow.
Per a PR rep, The Market Hall is planning an Addison location at 3875 Ponte Avenue (think Vitruvian Park area). In addition to the fresh market and prepared foods aspect, it will also feature an "upscale restaurant." Not much more is known at this time, other than a reassurance from project/construction management group Jaime Partners that "the concepts are consistent throughout," so do allow Eater SF to explain that concept:
The Market Hall will be composed of 10,000 square feet spanning fresh meat, poultry, seafood and locally sourced produce, plus cheese, charcuterie and retail beer and wine. Prepared foods will include sushi, rotisserie chicken on a vertical spit, a large hot case and more.
Stay tuned for updates as more info about The Market Hall comes to light.