Dallas-Fort Worth’s newest food hall opens with stellar foodie lineup

Dallas-Fort Worth has a new food hall that’s shaping up to be one of the area’s best entries: Called Harvest Hall, it’s an expansive European-style food hall and entertainment venue featuring a collection of local culinary concepts that will open in Grapevine on February 6.

The hall is operated by Coury Hospitality and is connected to the recently opened Hotel Vin, Autograph Collection. The hall is also part of Grapevine Main, a $114 million mixed-use development in Grapevine.

Tom Santora, Chief Commercial Officer at Coury Hospitality and managing director of both Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall, says in a release that the hall is a game changer for Grapevine.

“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 says. “This destination within a destination is centered around stimulating your senses.

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Fort Worth’s 4 favorite sources for low-priced Chinese fare

In the mood for Chinese food, but don’t want to empty your wallet?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most excellent destinations for affordable Chinese cuisine around Fort Worth, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best places to venture when cravings strike on a budget.

1. Taste of Asia

Topping the list is Taste of Asia. Located at 7420 N. Beach St., Suite 250, in Summerfields, the Chinese, Japanese and Thai restaurant is the highest-rated source for low-cost Chinese fare in Fort Worth, boasting four stars out of 300 reviews on Yelp.

Yelper Cesar H., who reviewed Taste of Asia on June 25, wrote, “Talk about fresh, lean and inexpensive food. You cannot go wrong with anything you order at this restaurant. … Sushi, Chinese, noodles, soup, etc. — it is always fresh, good-looking plates and

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