West Palm Beach is getting into the food hall game courtesy fall when Grandview Public Market, the multi-vendor food hall located within the recently developed area known as the “District” makes its grand debut at 1401 Clare Avenue.
The 12,000-square-foot, mid-century warehouse space will feature 12 independent food concepts with two restaurants from New York-based hospitality company, Three Kings Restaurant Group, the same team behind South Beach’s Talde. The team, which is comprised of Top Chef alum Dale Talde, and his partners David Massoni and John Bush, will open Clare’s, a chicken spot, as well as The Corner, a Detroit-style pizza outpost. Plus, the group will be handling the Market’s bar needs with their concept Little Red Truck, which will serve beer, wine and cocktails.
Other food vendors will include Celis Produce, a farm-to-table inspired grocer; Grace’s Fine Foods, a full-service butcher offering meats cut to order, as well as daily sausage and prepared foods; Rabbit Coffee, serving cold brew coffee, espresso drinks, teas, bagels and bialys every morning; a Taiwanese shaved ice-cream, bubble-tea, and breakfast cereal bar; Olive Oil of the World, an Italian specialty shop selling oils, cheeses, pastas and olives and Zipitios, serving bites like tacos and pupusas. It’ll also feature retail options selling everything from flowers, books, candles and furniture.
Once Grand Public Market is up and running later this year, the plan is to continue to develop additional markets in similar cities within the southeastern United States, according to press materials. When the space does debut, it will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.