The Heights Foodstuff Hall will feature 8 unique stalls with an worldwide combine of cuisines. Rendering courtesy Popular Plate Hospitality/HGA.
The Heights, an worldwide food hall opening by the Friendship Heights Metro station this winter season, is shaping up to be a hotly anticipated venture in far more approaches than a person.
Popular Plate Hospitality (CPH)—the group driving Tex-Mex location Urbano 116, Mason Social, and Augie’s Mussel Household and Beer Garden in Alexandria—just introduced a lineup of culinary partners for its 10,000 square-foot corridor. The combine includes significant names and growing star abilities amongst the 8 stalls. New to the lineup:
- Moon Rabbit chef Kevin Tien, who is harkening back again to the early times of his initially celebrated DC cafe, Himitsu, with a sushi-centric notion.
- Chef Javier Fernandez, who’s at the rear of Filipino smash hit Kuyaja Lechon Tummy and Lapu Lapu breakfast sandwiches in Rockville. He’s opening a new venture referred to as More Rice.
- DC Dosa, a longtime most loved at Union Market, is branching out with additional vegan Indian avenue fare from owner Priya Ammu.
- Supreme BBQ, a Central Texas-encouraged smoke joint from Jeremy Canlas, which performs in tandem with a brewed-to-order boba tea concept, Auntea Boba. It will be their fifth DC-area spot.
- A 3rd branch of Mimi’s Handmade Ice Cream by Rollin Amor. Right here, he’ll specialize in from-scratch tender serve as effectively as creative ice product flavors.
CPH will also operate five ideas, together with two bars—one a speakeasy with independent obtain from the food items hall—a world-wide soup location, a Jewish-influenced deli with pizza, and one more department of taco and tequila-industry Urbano 116.
And the last seller? That placement is up for grabs. CPH has introduced “Stall Wars,” a culinary competition wherever the winning entrepreneur will receive a cost-free food corridor room for a year—no protection deposit, develop-out, or assure necessary (CPH estimates a $50,000 benefit). Business owners can apply on the net through Thursday, September 15. The top rated 3 finalists will be invited on ABC7/WJLA’s Very good Morning Washington to existing their strategy, Shark Tank-type.
So what is it likely to consider to get? “In my head, I see somebody who has a enthusiasm that they’ve under no circumstances been ready to just take to the forefront—maybe they are cooking out of their property or food stuff truck,” suggests CPH chef Chad Sparrow. “Passion, terrific food, and an entrepreneurial spirit—someone who’s on the lookout to put in the hours and who wishes to be there, and who needs to master.”
Glance for far more news about the competition—and a opportunity December opening.
The Heights Foods Hall at Wisconsin Spot. 5310 Western Ave. NW, Chevy Chase, MD