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FOODHALL at Crockett Row Announces Grand Opening Date

Nov 07, 2018 01:51PM ● By Ashley Madonna
The Metroplex is getting another food hall. Fort Worth’s first, FOODHALL at Crockett Row, announced they will host their grand opening on December 7 and 8 with live music, giveaways and a whole lot of grub. The 16,000-square foot space will be located in the heart of the West 7th district and provides dining options that cater to a diverse set of tastes.
 
“FOODHALL at Crockett Row will offer some of the best cuisines that the Dallas-Fort Worth food scene has to offer all in one place,” Monica Bermea, marketing director at Crockett Row, says via press release. “Crockett Row is excited to bring locals Fort Worth’s first food hall and provide a fun and delicious dining experience.”
 
Their chef-driven stalls include Butler’s Cabinet – a deli and marketplace option, Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth – a pizza and sausage concept, Rollin’ n Bowlin’ – an extension of the area’s beloved acai bowl food truck, EB2 – a Mexican street food spot with an elote bar, The Dock – a coastal seafood stall, Shawarma Bar – a Mediterranean street food option, Aina Poke Co. – a traditional Hawaiian poke concept, Gigi’s Cupcakes – a bakery serving both gluten-free and conventional treats, Not Just Q, a barbecue pickup spot, Knife Burger, John Tesar’s signature fast-casual stall, and much more.
 
Knife Bar, a full-service stop for craft drinks, wines on tap and rotating frozen cocktails, will sit in the middle of the space.
 
It will join the area’s other expansive complexes promising to bring a collection of foodie favorites together, like Legacy Food Hall – which will celebrate its one year anniversary on November 14, Urban8 and The Market at Dallas Farmers Market. Read more about the trend in our September 2018 feature story, “All Hail, Food Halls!