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‘Moveable feast’: food hall debut attracts throngs
“It was the hardest soft opening ever. It was crazy,” said April Baucum, a mixologist at the Gold Coast Bar. She was not alone in that sentiment. She was helping to hold down one of the nine vendorships in the new Cultivation Food Hall. Friday and Saturday were supposed to be the “soft days,” leading up to the Sunday “official opening.”
Cultivation Food Hall puts a spin on the average food court
A new spot in the District at Eastover is bringing in people from all over the metro. The Cultivation Food Hall houses eight boutique restaurants and a lavish bar. An official with the hall says the space is an area for entrepreneurs to get a head start on their dreams.
Cultivation Food Hall opens at The District
A first of its kind in Mississippi, Cultivation Food Hall showcases a carefully curated collection of boutique restaurant concepts, specialty coffees and classic, craft cocktails. Open daily, the food hall features the best culinary talent with an emphasis on a variety of local, chef-inspired concepts. Cultivation Food Hall offers a variety of great food all under one roof.
Poké, crepes, pizza and more: An inside look at Cultivation Food Hall, modeled after St. Roch
First came food courts, followed by food trucks. Now, it's the food hall's time to shine, and Jackson will have the first one in Mississippi. Cultivation Food Hall, modeled in part after St. Roch Market in New Orleans, opens Sunday. Plans for the hall inside the Eastover Market in the District at Eastover were announced in spring 2018.
Cultivation Food Hall offers variety of cuisines
Cultivation Food Hall will open this weekend in The District at Eastover and feature nine artisanal vendors. It has been developed in consultation with St. Roch Market in New Orleans, one of the pioneers in the food hall movement. Cultivation Food Hall is on the ground floor of the BankPlus Building and encompasses 8,260 square feet, not including patio seating.
Cultivation Food Hall to open Sunday
Jackson's newest dining concept based off of a New Orleans staple, the St. Roch Market, is launching near the District at Eastover. Ranging from Asian to Latin in origin, Cultivation Food Hall will offer varying cuisine options and a full cocktail bar. Vendors include Fete Au Fete StrEATery, Poke Stop JXN, Fauna Foodworks, Local Honey, Whisk Creperie, il Lupo Coffee and Gold Coast JXN to name a few.
Poke, crepes, more: Jackson food hall modeled after St. Roch
First came food courts, followed by food trucks. Now, it’s the food hall’s time to shine, and Jackson will have the first one in Mississippi. Cultivation Food Hall, modeled in part after St. Roch Market in New Orleans, opened Jan. 13. Plans for the hall inside the Eastover Market in the District at Eastover were announced in spring 2018.
Irresistible Authenticity: Cultivation Food Hall
Food halls are trending, but not just because of buzzwords like “artisanal” and “avocado toast” – both of which you’ll find at Cultivation Food Hall, set to open Fall 2018 at The District at Eastover in Jackson’s LeFleur East neighborhood. They’re popular because they embrace innovation, flexibility and accessibility, qualities that resonate with patrons, entrepreneurs and developers alike.
Cultivation Food Hall Announces Bar, Coffee Shop
Cultivation Food Hall, the state’s first food hall in The District at Eastover in LeFleur East, has announced two additional dining, make that beverage, options. Gold Coast Bar and Il Lupo Coffee add to the list of four food and beverage concepts previously announced— Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk — that will open in late fall in the food hall.
CULTIVATION FOOD HALL ANNOUNCES FUTURE VENDORS
Cultivation Food Hall, the state’s first food hall, will open this summer in The District at Eastover and recently announced their first four vendors: Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk, a crêperie by La Brioche. These vendors represent four of the eight food and beverage concepts that will open in the food hall, in addition to a classic cocktail bar.
Rachel Phuong Le: Food’s Biggest Fan
Rachel Phuong Le is perusing the dessert cases at La Brioche Patisserie in Fondren. "If I get something, will you share it with me?" she asks. She decides on a fruit tart and the "Anna" entremet, which features Nutella mousse and hazelnut praline crunch. When the desserts hit the table, she immediately takes out her Canon DSLR and begins taking photos.
Cultivating New Food
This summer, Jackson will have another addition to its food scene: the Cultivation Food Hall at The District at Eastover. If you do not know what a food hall is, it is a location that offers a mix of local chef-driven food concepts in one place. Cultivation, which is modeled after St. Roch Market in New Orleans, will have a total of eight vendors. On Tuesday, April 24, the District announced the first four concepts for the food hall.
Vendors Announced for Mississippi's First Food Hall
Cultivation Food Hall, the state’s first food hall, will open this summer in The District at Eastover and recently announced their first four vendors: Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop, and Whisk, a crêperie by La Brioche. These vendors represent four of the eight food and beverage concepts that will open in the food hall, in addition to a classic cocktail bar.
Mississippi's first food hall coming to The District at Eastover
A food hall, a trend that is picking up steam all over the country, is coming to the capital city. With its opening at The District at Eastover tabbed for the summer, Cultivation Food Hall, the state’s first food hall, recently announced its first four vendors: Fete au Fete StrEATery, Local Honey, Poké Stop, and Whisk, a Crêperie by La Brioche. A total of eight food and beverage concepts will open in the food hall.
Deck the food halls
The idea of a food hall is not a new one. High-end, market-style food halls are a long-time tradition in Europe, but in the U.S., this relatively new concept has recently taken off, particularly in the Southeast where the food hall has been embraced by food hubs Charleston, New Orleans and Atlanta, but also Birmingham, Dallas, Lexington and soon, Jackson.
FOOD HALL COMING TO THE DISTRICT AT EASTOVER
The District at Eastover will add a new addition in the spring of 2018, Eastover Market, the state’s first food hall. Eastover Market will be developed in consultation with the esteemed St. Roch Market of New Orleans, and will showcase a curated collection of local, boutique restaurant concepts.