In addition to adding these two vendors to its stalls, Harvest Hall plans to support its already-selected four kitchens who are facing obstacles during what it called an “unprecedented time.” Starting this month, the Easy Slider and Zatar food trucks will expand their menus to include prepared “grab-n-go” meals or meal kits from the other four Harvest Hall kitchens, the April 8 news release said.
“It’s a very challenging time for so many in the hospitality industry, and many have drastically changed their business operations,” said Tom Santora, chief commercial officer of Coury Hospitality and managing director of both Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall. “All of Harvest Hall’s restaurants are family-owned and -operated—and we are all looking for ways to support one another. By happenstance, our two newest partners are food truck operators—and by sharing space on their food trucks, each of our kitchens are able to expand their reach to help maximize revenues during this difficult time.”
The Easy Slider and Zatar food trucks will expand their respective geographic footprints to make scheduled stops throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Residents in these communities will be able to pick from each of the Harvest Hall kitchens’ menus, in addition to traditional Easy Slider and Zatar selections.
The most up-to-date information about the Harvest Hall food truck’s schedules and to reserve the food truck can be found by visiting www.harvesthall.com/eat/a-taste-of-harvest-hall-on-wheels.
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.
Owners and operators Caroline Perini and Miley Homes bring to the table fresh, top-quality ingredients with certified Angus beef sliders, according to the news release. The kitchen will also feature local desserts as well as breads and sauces that are made fresh daily. Easy Slider had three food trucks and one brick-and-mortar restaurant in Deep Ellum, the news release said.
This concept brings family recipes brought down from owner and operator Niddal Abedrabbo, according to the news release. Zatar brings an authentic Mediterranean flavor to Texas, with lamb kebabs, an assortment of hummus dips, Jerusalem falafels, zatar pies and shawarma on a spit. Zatar has participated in the Blue Zones Project, a national effort that aims to lower rates of chronic diseases and improve quality of life, and its sister organization, One For Mario. Harvest Hall will be Zatar’s first brick-and-mortar location, the news release said.