Food Hall at Crockett Row is now open! Located at 300 Crockett Street, Food Hall at Crockett Row is on the northwest corner of Crockett Street and Norwood Street. The first of its kind in Fort Worth, the 16,000 square-foot food hall will feature a wide variety of cuisines.
Food Hall at Crockett Row is home to best-in-class, fast-casual food vendors in mini restaurant spaces that range from 100 to 1,000 square feet. Our collection includes local eateries from barbecue, burgers, Mexican, sandwiches, coffee, pastries, doughnuts and more.
Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth – Chef Victor Villarreal
This pizza concept features a namesake signature pie with sausage meatball-stuffed crust, ricotta, pear relish topped with more sausage.
Aina Poke Co. – Chef Kevin Nguyen Ho
Poke bowls are the star at this traditional Hawaiian concept featuring high quality, sushi-grade fish, fresh vegetables and vibrant toppings.
Butler’s Cabinet – Chef Joahua Harmon
Inspired by childhood memories, this deli and marketplace boasts sandwiches and beverages handcrafted with local produce and ingredients.
EB2 – Chef Justin Box
This Mexican street food-inspired concept includes an elotes bar with inventive toppings and a rotating menu of fruite con chile.
High-quality, freshly baked goods are the name of the game at Gigi’s Cupcakes, which features signature cupcakes, cakes, cookies, and more.
Knife Burger & Bar – Chef John Tesar
Ranked #1 in Texas and #6 nationally for best burger, Knife Burger’s menu includes premium burgers, fires, and shakes. Full-service Knife Bar’s lineup includes craft cocktails, wine and beer.
Not Just Q – Chef David Hawthorne
This from-scratch not-just-barbeque spot features nachos, tacos, sides, and a rotating customer-chosen dish.
Press Waffle Co. – Chefs Caleb & Brian Lewis
Experience a new way to waffle at this Belgian-inspired spot specializing in sweet and savory Liege waffles, and locally roasted coffee.
Rowlin’ N Bowlin’ – Chefs Sophia Karbowski & Austin Patry
With passion for fast, healthy food, Rollin’ N Bowlin’ features on-the-go options like fresh acai and pitaya bowls.
Shawarma Bar – Chef Yasar Khalaf
Shawarma Bar pays homage to the Mediterranean’s great street food with a slow-cooked meats and customizable shawarma bowls with fresh toppings.
The Dock – Brett Curtis
Starting as a popular food truck, The Dock serves up an East Coast-style menu with unique seafood sandwiches, salads, soup, and more.
Inspired by his mother, Val’s creamy cheesecakes have been pleasing palates at various DFW restaurants
The food hall will be open and airy with a modern, industrial feel and polished concrete floors that lead diners to fluid indoor-outdoor spaces. It will feature a full bar and seating for 115 in a centrally-located area. There will be seating for approximately 70 outside on the patios and in the covered paseo between buildings. Crockett Street Food Hall will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and have live music in the evenings.
Sundays through Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursdays from 11 a.m. to midnight
Fridays & Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Interested parties can learn more about leasing opportunities by contacting Hospitality Alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org .