The food hall, located adjacent to Hotel Vin, features six different restaurants, a bar and a coffee shop. All restaurants are family-owned and operated. The venue will be operated by Coury Hospitality.
Tom Santora, chief commercial officer at Coury Hospitality and managing director of Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall, said the venue will be “a game-changer” for the local community by showcasing fine foods, craft spirits and lively entertainment.
“All of our chefs come from vastly different, yet complementary backgrounds, and each is committed to providing a high-quality experience for their diners,” Santora said in a press release. “This destination within a destination is centered around stimulating your senses. Whether it is live music and comedy in Third Rail or creative culinary events or art festivals on our 30,000 square-foot plaza, there is something for everyone.”
Harvest Hall’s restaurants include Arepa TX, Chick & Biscuit, Easy Slider, Monkey King Noodle Co., Spuntino by Loveria and Zatar’s. The coffee shop, Main Line Coffee Bar, will offer Deep Ellum’s Counter Culture Coffee as well as pastries from Main Street Bakery and Chez Fabien and Latin-inspired ice cream from Bishop Arts District’s Azucár Ice Cream Company.
The venue’s bar, Third Rail and Harvest Hall Main Bar, is considered the centerpiece of the food hall and offers space for live entertainment and private events, according to a press release.
Harvest Hall was built to resemble America’s grand 19th-century rail stations, per the release. Featuring 40-foot high ceilings and high panoramic windows overlooking the train station, the hall will be home to Grapevine’s Visitor’s Information Center. The venue also has access to a 150-foot high observation tower.
The hall will be connected to a 38,000-square-foot public plaza that will host city-curated events and festivals. The plaza is still under construction.
Harvest Hall is open Sun.-Thu. from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Fri.-Sat. from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information, visit harvesthall.com.