Arepas, pho, fried chicken and biscuits, and lasagna all made the cut for Harvest Hall, a new food hall set to land in Grapevine. Coury Hospitality, the operators of Harvest Hall, just announced the first four vendors that will set up shop amidst the space, and they are all locally owned businesses.
Harvest Hall is slated to open Summer 2020 at 815 S Main Street as part of Grapevine Main, a $114 million mixed-use development. The space will feature seven kitchens, two bars, and a live entertainment venue, and it’s going to have an Old World feel to it (check out the rendering below).
Arepa TX will serve up prepared-to-order arepas, as well as tacos, empanadas, and rice bowls. Chick & Biscuit from Grapevine’s Mason & Dixie owners will have Southern staples covered like Nashville hot chicken and pulled pork. The two other vendors that are headed to Harvest Hall are Fort Worth’s Four Sisters, who will serve up pho and Vietnamese homestyle dishes, and Italian spot Sputino, from the owners of Loveria Caffe in Colleyville.
- Harvest Hall [Official Site]