Austin’s downtown food hall Fareground is welcoming two new eateries this spring.

JewBoy Sliders—opening April 24—will serve a blend of items from all the restaurant's existing concepts: JewBoy Burgers, Jewboy Sub Shop and the JewBoy Sliders food truck. The menu includes beef, Reuben, French dip, falafel sliders for hot sandwiches, a club, smoked chicken salad, smoked turkey breast and tuna for cold ones. Mini latkes, fries, border-style queso and a Caesar salad will also be available.

JewBoy is owned by Mo Pittle, who is Jewish and grew up in El Paso and combines border cuisine, traditional Jewish food and Austin influences in his menus.

Freshii—which opened on March 24—offers healthy wraps, salads, soups, bowls, smoothies and cold-pressed juices. The fast-casual restaurant will be donating $1 from every order at the new location to the Central Texas Food Bank.

Fareground is also home to Chinese restaurant Little Wu, Austin Rôtisserie, Taco Pegaso and cocktail bars Ellis and DRINK. The food court has indoor and outdoor seating and is open daily from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Fareground is located at 111 Congress Ave., Austin.