APRIL 2019 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – FOODHALL at Crockett Row will welcome a new operator, Monkey King Noodle Company, on April 26. Featured in D Magazine, Dallas Observer and Eater Dallas for its hand-pulled noodle dishes, owner and chief noodle maker Andrew Chen will bring authentic Northern Chinese street food to Fort Worth.
Inspired by the night markets of China and Taiwan, diners can expect to enjoy housemade noodle dishes, soups, salads, as well as several types of dumplings, including pork dumplings and edamame dumplings. Monkey King Noodle Company will replace Rollin’ N Bowlin’, which will open a larger brick-and-mortar store in downtown Fort Worth after April 21.
FOODHALL at Crockett Row also has a new happy hour on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., offering $3 off draft beer and wines by the glass, as well as $5 frozen and on-tap cocktails, such as a French 75 and Moscow mule.
Several operators at the FOODHALL, including Butler’s Cabinet, EB2 and Press Waffle Co. have also recently extended evening hours via new walk-up windows for late night traffic. In coordination with the extended hours, FOODHALL has debuted new weekend entertainment. On Fridays and Saturdays, live local music will play from 7 to 11 p.m., followed by a DJ from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. On Thursdays, a DJ will play from 7 to 11 p.m.
Additionally, Bar Seven has launched a Cocktails for a Cause initiative to provide FOODHALL at Crockett Row guests a way to give back to local non-profits. When guests purchase beverages at the bar during an eligible fundraising night, up to 20 percent of sales, excluding tax and gratuity, will be donated to the featured non-profit. Cocktails for a Cause events will be announced on FOODHALL at Crockett Row’s Facebook. Non-profits can learn more and apply online at foodhallatcrockettrow.com/cocktails-for-a-cause.
FOODHALL at Crockett Row is open Sundays through Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursdays from 11 a.m. to midnight and Fridays & Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
For more information, visit foodhallatcrockettrow.com or crockettrow.com.
ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row.
Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.
Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.
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ABOUT FOODHALL AT CROCKETT ROW
The first of its kind in Fort Worth, Texas, FOODHALL at Crockett Row is a 16,000 square foot dining destination that houses best-in-class operators under one roof. Vendors include John Tesar’s Knife Burger, Butler’s Cabinet from chef Joshua Harmon, Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth from chef Victor Villarreal and many more. FOODHALL at Crockett Row is managed by Hospitality Alliance, a bi-coastal hospitality management, development and consulting firm.
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