DC Food Halls

Western Market Foodhall added Falafel Inc and Arepa Zone, joining five other restaurants in the Foggy Bottom food destination

Arepa Zone, Falafel Inc. open at Western Market in Foggy Bottom

Western Market Foodhall added Falafel Inc. and Arepa Zone. Both vendors recently opened, joining five other restaurants in the Foggy Bottom food destination.

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Phase II of Foggy Bottom’s new food hall, Western Market, will be unveiled this fall, with concepts like Alitiko, Bandoola Bowl and Nim Ali slated to join the dining collection there

Western Market readies Phase II restaurant openings, including Alitiko, Bandoola Bowl, Nim Ali

Arepa Zone, Sushi Onkei, Tigerella also slated for latest round of unveilings

Phase II of Foggy Bottom’s new food hall, Western Market, will be unveiled this fall, with concepts like Alitiko, Bandoola Bowl and Nim Ali slated to join the dining collection there. We’re getting a feel for the diversity and breadth of this latest round of openings. Recently-debuted ventures include Capo Italian Deli, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, RAWish, and Roaming Rooster.

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Hei Hei Tiger has opened at Urbanspace at Tysons Galleria, McLean VA

Hei Hei Tiger now open at Urbanspace, Tysons Galleria

Tiger Fork sister restaurant a playful, fast-casual spin-off

Hei Hei Tiger, the sister restaurant and spin-off of Blagden Alley’s Tiger Fork, opened today in the Urbanspace Food Hall at Tysons Galleria, McLean, Va. Hei Hei is a more playful take on Cantonese cuisine, offering Chinese BBQ, HK-style noodle bowls, and soon, boba milk tea in a unique fine-fast casual service style. Co-owner Will Fung heads the culinary program for Hei Hei Tiger and Blagden Group Hospitality, which is also the parent of Tiger Fork..

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The Hall CP at Discovery District, College Park, opens

Scott Plank brings The Hall CP to life in College Park

Soft opening creates 20,000 square feet of food hall space in Discovery District

The Hall CP, a new food hall at College Park, Maryland, opened this month. The food hall spans 20,000 square feet. It’s located in the Discovery District, a $2B public-private partnership revitalizing Baltimore Avenue. The corridor houses the University of Maryland’s academic spaces, a research hub and a lively downtown community. The Hall CP boasts public and private event space, known as the Longhouse, a pizzeria, coffee shop, sit-down restaurant, outdoor patio and several bar areas.

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Hei Hei Tiger opening in Urbanspace food hall at Tysons Galleria Mall

Tiger Fork sister, Hei Hei Tiger, to open at Tysons Galleria Mall

According to news report, new, food hall eatery to open at Urbanspace

The group behind Tiger Fork is opening a new eatery in the Urbanspace Food Hall at Tysons Galleria Mall in Northern Virginia. Hei Hei Tiger will be run by Will Fung, director of Operations for Tiger Fork and sister restaurant Calico. This is the latest update on the Hong Kong-style eatery group’s expansion from Washingtonian. The news broke as Tiger Fork readies a Hong Kong-style Market Night, complete with guest chefs and bartender, this Thursday. It continues to be an intriguing concept in Blagden Alley.

Updated: Tiger Fork now open at Urbanspace, Tysons Galleria

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Hot Lola's from Kevin Tien debuts at Ballston Quarter

Kevin Tien’s Hot Lola’s debuts at Ballston Quarter Market

Arlington fast casual features trimmed-down, fried-chicken menu

Chef Kevin Tien’s fast-casual concept in Arlington, Va. is almost here. Hot Lola’s debuts at the Ballston Quarter Market Sunday, March 10, according to Washingtonian Magazine and the Washington Post. The fried-chicken concept will be part of the collection of eateries that make up the Ballston Quarter Market. The food hall, plaza, shopping mall and rising towers there are part of a massive renovation of the previous Ballston Commons Mall.

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Union Market in DC will be home to La Cosecha Latin Market, a mix of restaurant, retail, community and cultural spaces

Latin Market food hall + cultural space arrives at Union Market in June

La Cosecha is a mix of food hall, cultural center, retail in NoMa

This summer, La Cosecha Latin Market will arrive at Union Market, Washington, D.C. The 20,000 square-foot mix of culinary, retail, entertainment and community gathering space will host various artisans, businesses and entrepreneurs that deliver Latin-inspired flavors, food and drink at the 4th Street Northeast location. Retail developer Edens is launching La Cosecha, which means “harvest” in Spanish, in late June with a bounty of 14 retailers and restaurants in a growing section of the NoMa neighborhood.

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