Harvest Hall will be connected to the also up-and-coming Hotel Vin. Both are part of the larger $114 million development Grapevine Main and developments of Coury Hospitality.
“Finding the right mix of cuisines and the right partners has been inspiring,” Tom Santora, chief commercial officer at Coury Hospitality, said in the news release. “With this group of talented chefs, we have the opportunity to develop a fun and creative culinary community. Harvest Hall will provide guests [with] savory food, spectacular service and some of the best entertainment in North Texas.”
Arepa TX—Latin Kitchen
This concept is an extension of the Dallas-based Arepa TX on Royal Lane. Executive Chef and Partner Mary Ann Allen will offer a menu that features homemade arepas, tacos, empanadas and rice bowls.
Chick & Biscuit—Comfort Cuisine
Chef Beth Newman of Grapevine Main Street’s Mason & Dixie is branching out with her newest culinary concept. Chick & Biscuit will offer fried chicken, Nashville hot chicken, pulled pork and brisket along with made-from-scratch biscuits.
Mason & Dixie on Main Street isn't going anywhere, Newman said, and there will be no menu crossover between her two restaurants. Chick & Biscuit's offerings will be unique from its big sister, she said.
"I just cannot be any more excited," Newman said. "Who doesn't love biscuits and fried chicken and Nashville hot chicken? It's very much keeping in Southern comfort but offering the ticket time that's necessary in a food hall situation, while still feeling like I'm bringing the same quality that Mason & Dixie is known for."
Four Sisters—A Taste of Vietnam
Owner and Chef Tuan Pham plans to serve authentic Vietnamese dishes with his own style. Customers can also visit Pham’s restaurant of the same name in Fort Worth, where he serves pho, egg noodles, fried rice, pork bao, seafood and more.
Spuntino—Bites of Italy
Stefania and Andrea Matteucci, owners of Loveria Caffe in Colleyville, are bringing a new concept to life with Spuntino, which means “a bite to eat” in Italian. Customers will be able to find dishes from Ravenna, Italy as well as homemade pasta and lasagne.
"It's really exciting to be a part of such a new concept from the beginning." Adam Olivarez, a partner for Spuntino, said.
He added the restaurant will remain in Colleyville but will offer extensions of its food not found in Colleyville to Harvest Hall.
"One thing that we hadn't really tapped into at Loveria is pizza, and so we're excited to be offering a different style of pizza that's going to be offered on the Spuntino menu that hasn't been offered here," Olivarez said.
Three more vendors are expected to be announced soon. More information about Harvest Hall can be found here.
Additional reporting by Miranda Jaimes.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to include comments from Mason & Dixie Owner Beth Newman and Spuntino Partner Adam Olivarez.