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Fort Worth Is Getting a Huge New Food Hall

Crockett Street Food Hall is coming.

A rendering of Crockett Street Food Hall.

Fort Worth will soon be the site of a sprawling new food hall when Crockett Street Food Hall opens at some point in the first half of 2018.

A part of Crockett Row at West 7th, the forthcoming food hall will house 14 local eateries, all specializing in a range of cuisines, from barbecue to donuts. Crockett Street will be anchored by John Tesar’s Knife Burger — which is part of the chef’s ever-expanding DFW burger scene takeover.

The vibe at Crockett Street Food Hall will be airy and modern — the 16,000-square-foot space will have concrete floors and is being designed for dining indoors and out. Each food merchant within the hall will be sized between 100 and 1,000 square feet. Anchor restaurant Knife Burger will be 1,100 square feet with a menu of 4-5 burgers daily and a full bar. Counter seating at Knife Burger will open up to Crockett Street’s main dining space.

So far, Knife Burger is the only tenant announced. More details on other tenants and opening date are sure to come.