Four more food vendors have been announced for the forthcoming Foodhall at Crockett Row, which is being touted as Ft. Worth’s first emporium for eats.
The 16,000-square foot, one-stop dining experience is set to open later this year at 3000 Crockett St., on the corner of University Drive and West 7th Street. Way in advance of the opening date, longtime Ft. Worthian and celebrated cowboy chef Grady Spears announced that he’ll be joining the lineup with Graze, his take on Texas comfort food.
Spears’ chicken and biscuits will be taking a prime spot on the menu. The dish has remained popular at his Horseshoe Hill restaurant in the stockyards since it opened in 2016.
Three other restaurant groups will be expanding their reach to the Foodhall. The new offerings come from the minds behind:
- Tokyo Café, a fast-casual sushi spot that’s expanding from its current location on Pershing Ave and Camp Bowie in Ft. Worth.
- Press Waffle Co., which features Liege-style waffles made with Belgian pearl sugar (which makes them sweeter than the Brussels variety). The eatery already has a location at Legacy Hall in Plano, and its waffles will be offered in sweet and savory varieties at this shop along with coffee.
- Former TCU football player David Hawthorne is bringing his barbecue food truck Not Just Q to the Foodhall. Chef Eric Hansen’s inventive menu like brisket nachos and tacos served with Mexican slaw will be making its way to the permanent location, along with monthly rotating features chosen by customers.
Previously announced restaurants include John Tesar’s Knife Burger and The Dapper Doughnut.
When the food hall launches later this year, it’ll be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and will feature a full bar. There will be seating for 115 inside and 70 outdoors, on the patio and in covered passageways. Stay tuned as Foodhall news unfolds, more restaurants will be announced in coming months.