Crockett Row, Fort Worth’s first food hall, has reopened after a brief closure with a new look, new lineup of restaurants, and a new name — it’s now known at Crockett Hall.
The food hall, at 3000 Crockett Street in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, first opened in late 2018, but flailed in recent months due to the coronavirus pandemic. It shuttered in mid-March under Texas Governor Greg Abbott's social distancing measures, and anchor restaurant Cork & Pig Tavern, which struggled to pivot to takeout, closed permanently shortly thereafter, according to NBCDFW.
After being taken over by restaurant designer B. Russo Designs, the 16,000 square foot space underwent a three-month revamp to make social distancing and takeout dining easier, including the addition of several flexible indoor-outdoor dining spaces, expanded patios and amenities like free wi-fi and work stations.
Eleven new restaurants have joined the Crockett Hall lineup, like Polly’s Pot Pies, which serves up sweet and savory pies with ingredients like Texas peach and rotisserie chicken and mushroom; and Cheeseapalooza, which focuses on gooey, comforting dairy dishes like specialty macaroni and cheese bowls, grilled cheese and queso. The hall also includes four original restaurants, including Mediterranean street food fave Shawarma Bar and Aina Poke Co., for a total of 15 eateries.
In addition to these interior changes, Crockett Hall also now offers free street and garage parking with validation, and has partnered with ChowNow for delivery. In addition, diners can place orders the Crockett Hall website, which includes a comprehensive menu of all 15 restaurant tenants.
Crockett Hall is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.