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Budd Dairy Food Hall Set to Open April 6

February 15th, 2021

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants confirms final list of chef partners.

Budd Dairy Food Hall
1086 N Fourth St.
Columbus, OH 43201

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is pleased to announce the much-anticipated Budd Dairy Food Hall will open on April 6, 2021. After experiencing delays due to COVID-19, guests will soon be able to enjoy offerings from nine diverse kitchens, including the newest addition, Cluck Norris.

Budd Dairy Food Hall is Columbus’ first-ever venue for restaurant incubation, culinary exploration and entertainment. The food hall, located in Italian Village, will give the city’s top up-and-coming chefs the opportunity to grow as entrepreneurs and to serve their community in a unique gathering space.

“We are so grateful for our raving fans who share our excitement for the new Budd Dairy Food Hall and who have been anxiously awaiting its opening,” said Jeremy Hughes, the general manager. “We look forward to welcoming guests soon, giving them a safe place to connect with others while enjoying tasty culinary creations from our talented group of chef partners.”

The full chef partner line-up includes:

  • Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen
  • Boni: Filipino Street Food
  • Borgata
  • Cluck Norris
  • Cousins Maine Lobster
  • Modern Southern Table
  • Pokebap
  • Stauf’s
  • Tacos Rudos

Keeping associates and guests safe is a top priority for the food hall, as it is for every CMR location. The iWave Air Purification System will be installed at Budd Dairy Food Hall, removing 99.4 percent of pathogens, allergens and other particles including COVID-19 from the air. In addition, social distancing will be observed and mask wearing will be required when not seated. Food and drinks can be ordered by phone by scanning a QR code to eliminate lines, and plexiglass barriers will be located at the bar top as well as on community tables.

A variety of positions are available. Interested applicants may apply online or visit the hiring office (1086 N. Fourth Street) in-person Monday-Friday between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. or 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday.

To learn more about Budd Dairy Food Hall and the chef partners, please visit https://budddairyfoodhall.com/

CMR is an independent, privately held restaurant group known for developing compelling dining concepts, offering outstanding cuisine complemented by genuine hospitality. Cameron Mitchell founded the company in 1993 on the powerful guest philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?” Today, that commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences fuels 36 award-winning restaurants under 16 different concepts, including the nationally acclaimed Ocean Prime brand. For more information on CMR, please visit cameronmitchell.com/.

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Cluck Norris Concept Coming Soon to Budd Dairy Food Hall

February 8th, 2021

New kitchen will feature “Ass-Kickin’ Chicken,” including fingers, handhelds and sides.

Columbus, OH (February 9, 2021) — Cluck Norris Ass-Kickin’ Chicken is laying its first egg in Budd Dairy Food Hall in Italian Village with a spring debut. The new kitchen will offer guests quality, fresh, flavor-packed chicken favorites.

With more than 20 years of restaurant experience, Josh Yosick is the man behind the chicken. A Columbus native, Yosick realized his passion for the restaurant industry at the young age of 14. Having held various restaurant and management positions, Yosick is looking forward to leading the Cluck Norris team in serving up “cluckin’ good chicken” and genuine hospitality to all guests.

“We are thrilled to bring this whimsical concept to life while working alongside the diverse lineup of talented chef partners at Budd Dairy Food Hall,” said Yosick. “The Cluck Norris menu is small, but mighty, with black-belt quality dishes that have been carefully thought out and perfected to complement the fun, hip atmosphere of the food hall.”

The Cluck Norris menu will feature flavorful, crispy chicken and sides that will satisfy any craving. The menu will boast Cluck’s famous chicken fingers, hand cut and dipped to order, served with a choice of sauce, including Cluck’s original, sweet chili, BBQ, sriracha, and HOLY CLUCK!! In addition, guests can choose between several handheld crispy chicken sandwich options, and a Pig Tenderloin sandwich. Sacks of fries, along with fresh lemonade and teas, will round out the menu.

The Budd Dairy Food Hall, a new Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) concept, is an innovative culinary launchpad that will feature nine food vendors, bringing a variety of chef-inspired cuisines together under one roof. Set to open this spring, the food hall is a partnership between CMR and local developer Kevin Lykens. CMR will provide food hall management, bartenders and bar personnel, roaming cocktail service and event staffing.

“Cluck Norris is a perfect fit to round out the diverse offerings at Budd Dairy Food Hall,” said Jeremy Hughes, Budd Dairy Food Hall’s general manager. “When guests order from the simple, yet edgy menu, they are guaranteed to have a laugh while enjoying flavorful, high-quality chicken dishes.”

For more information on Cluck Norris and Budd Dairy Food Hall, visit https://budddairyfoodhall.com/.

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Budd Dairy Food Hall Announces Final Chef Partners

October 3rd, 2019

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants adds five new chef partners to food launchpad’s roster

COLUMBUS, Ohio (October 3, 2019) – Budd Dairy Food Hall announced today its final five chef partners – Boni: Filipino Street Food, Cousins Maine Lobster, Pokebap, Stauf’s Coffee Roasters and Tacos Rudos. The budding concepts will join other previously announced chef partners, Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen, Borgata, Darista and Modern Southern Table early next year when the highly anticipated food entrepreneurial launchpad opens.

Budd Dairy Food Hall is the first chef-driven food incubator in Columbus and is currently under construction in Columbus’ bustling Italian Village neighborhood. The innovative dining and entertainment venue will give the city’s top up-and-coming chefs the opportunity to grow as entrepreneurs and to serve their community in a unique gathering space.

“These chef partners are going to bring an amazing diversity of food to Budd Dairy Food Hall,” said Steve Weis, Cameron Mitchell Restaurant’s vice president of development. “This effort is an exciting marriage between two of Columbus’ strengths: food and entrepreneurship.”

Boni: Filipino Street Food
This collaborative team will bring contemporary, authentic Filipino street food to Budd Dairy Food Hall with three main offerings including rice bowls topped with delicious, sautéed meats and veggies, fried spring rolls filled with traditional Filipino flavors and sweet and tangy grilled skewers. Inspired by stories of Filipino immigrants, Krizzia Yanga wanted to bring an authentic Filipino dining experience to Columbus. Yanga and her team take pride in their teamwork and are excited to be part of a tight knit community of dedicated chefs. The food hall will be the second Boni: Filipino Street Food location in Columbus.

Cousins Maine Lobster
Cousins Maine Lobster brings customers the most authentic Maine seafood experience and proudly serves 100 percent premium, wild-caught, sustainably harvested lobster from Maine. After watching the brand owners on the popular show, Shark Tank, Kathryn Nuss opened the Columbus food truck in 2018 and quickly grew a strong following across the city. She is ready to move to her first brick and mortar location at Budd Dairy Food Hall to continue to share delicious Maine lobster.

Pokebap
Pokebap will offer fast-casual, create-your-own fresh poke bowls that can accommodate every palate and dietary need. Seas Kim, owner of Pokebap, has always enjoyed traveling to different places and immersing himself within the local cultures and food. His culinary experiences from Hawaii, along with his Korean-American background, inspired him to bring the Hawaiian staple to Ohio. Kim is looking forward to his second location inside Budd Dairy Food Hall.

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters
Also joining Budd Dairy Food Hall is Stauf’s Coffee Roasters. Stauf’s president Mark Swanson already has a variety of locations around Columbus, serving specialty coffee, pastries and teas. As Columbus’ first micro roaster, Stauf’s is determined to provide the finest cup of coffee to every guest. Swanson and his team are excited for the unique opportunity to work with a diverse group of restaurateurs at Budd Dairy Food Hall.

Tacos Rudos
Rounding out Budd Dairy Food Hall’s impressive roster is Tacos Rudos. Team leader Ana Cruz understands what gives Mexican street food its authenticity and is excited to bring her favorite flavors to Columbus through Tacos Rudos’ first location. Along with great customer service and consistently delicious dishes, Cruz incorporates her family’s passion for Lucha Libra (Mexican wrestling) into the company.

The food hall’s lineup includes nine chef-driven restaurant concepts and an ever-changing pop-up space. Budd Dairy Food Hall will bring the fares together under one roof with community seating, a top-notch beverage program and live music and entertainment. The one-of-a-kind gathering spot also will feature a rooftop deck, event space and more.

The concept is a partnership between Cameron Mitchell Restaurants and local developer, Kevin Lykens. CMR will provide management of the overall concept and will provide all services related to Budd Dairy’s culinary, beverage and entertainment programs. For more information, visit www.BuddDairyFoodHall.com.

 

About Cameron Mitchell Restaurants:
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is an independent, privately-held restaurant group known for developing compelling dining concepts, offering outstanding cuisine complemented by genuine hospitality. Cameron Mitchell founded the company in 1993 on the powerful guest philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?” Today, that commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences fuels 37 award-winning restaurants under 16 different concepts, including the nationally-acclaimed Ocean Prime brand, now coast-to-coast in Beverly Hills, Calif., Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Naples, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Tampa and Washington, D.C; the Cameron Mitchell Premier Events catering company; and Buckeye Hospitality Construction, responsible for developing and managing the company’s new construction, remodels and special projects. CMR also oversees the growth and development of its sister company, Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, with 23 locations in six states. CMR celebrated 25 years of restaurant excellence in October 2018.

With a penchant for building tomorrow’s hospitality workforce, Mitchell is the largest alumni donor to the Culinary Institute of America and, as a Columbus State Community College Foundation board member, is a leading contributor to the expansion of the school’s top-rated hospitality management and culinary arts program.

Mitchell shares the key to his company’s more than 25 years of success and the lessons he has learned in his tell-all book, “Yes is the Answer. What is the Question?”, now available for purchase at www.CameronMitchell.com.  

For more information, visit www.cameronmitchell.com and follow CMR on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CMRColumbus), and on LinkedIn.

Media contact: 
Katie Lundy, 614.353.6476, katie@inspireprgroup.com

Budd Dairy Food Hall Announces Newest Chef Partners

May 14th, 2019

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants adds two new chef partners to food launchpad’s roster

COLUMBUS, Ohio (May 14, 2019) – Budd Dairy Food Hall announced today its next two chef partners – Modern Southern Table, created by Sadaya “Daisy” Lewis, and Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen, created by Jordan Lamatrice. The budding concepts will join other previously-announced chef partners, Darista and Borgata, later this year when the highly-anticipated food entrepreneurial launchpad opens.

Budd Dairy Food Hall is the first chef-driven food incubator in Columbus and is currently under construction in Columbus’ bustling Italian Village neighborhood. The innovative dining and entertainment venue will give the city’s top up-and-coming chefs the opportunity to grow as entrepreneurs and to serve their community in a unique gathering space.

Modern Southern Table owner, Daisy Lewis, is familiar with community food spaces. She got her start in the food court of Colony Square Mall in Zanesville, Ohio, after winning the Food Network’s “Food Court Wars” in March 2014.

“Food is our passion and we love creating new delicious southern dishes featuring fresh, natural ingredients and authentic flavors,” said Lewis. “We are thrilled to join Budd Dairy Food Hall and look forward to sharing meals made from scratch and with love with the Columbus community.”

The other chef partner joining Budd Dairy Food Hall’s impressive roster is Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen. Owner Jordan Lamatrice knows a thing or two about the food industry from his food truck and catering company, which serves classic sandwiches, salads, soups and sides with a twist, such as the house-seasoned French fries smothered in Beer Gut Chili. He’s ready to move to his first physical location at Budd Dairy Food Hall, surrounded by other creative chefs.

“By creating this food incubator, the team has offered me an unparalleled opportunity to operate my business on the next level,” said Lamatrice. “I can’t wait to work with the other chef partners and see the quality and variety of food offered.”

More chef partners will be announced in the coming months, rounding out the food hall’s lineup of 10 diverse cuisines. Budd Dairy Food Hall will bring those fares together under one roof with community seating, a top-notch beverage program and live music and entertainment. The one-of-a-kind gathering spot also will feature a rooftop deck, interactive games, event space and more.

“The four chef partners we’ve announced so far are going to bring an amazing diversity of food to Budd Dairy Food Hall,” said Steve Weis, Cameron Mitchell Restaurant’s vice president of development. “This effort is an exciting marriage between two of Columbus’ strengths: food and entrepreneurship.”

The concept is a partnership between Cameron Mitchell Restaurants and local developer, Kevin Lykens. CMR will provide management of the overall concept and will provide all services related to Budd Dairy’s culinary, beverage and entertainment programs. For more information, visit www.BuddDairyFoodHall.com.

About Cameron Mitchell Restaurants:

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is an independent, privately-held restaurant group known for developing compelling dining concepts, offering outstanding cuisine complemented by genuine hospitality. Cameron Mitchell founded the company in 1993 on the powerful guest philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?” Today, that commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences fuels 36 award-winning restaurants under 15 different concepts, including the nationally-acclaimed Ocean Prime brand, now coast-to-coast in Beverly Hills, Calif., Boston, Chicago (opening spring 2019), Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Naples, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Tampa and Washington, D.C; the Cameron Mitchell Premier Events catering company; and Buckeye Hospitality Construction, responsible for developing and managing the company’s new construction, remodels and special projects. CMR also oversees the growth and development of its sister company, Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, with 23 locations in six states. CMR celebrated 25 years of restaurant excellence in October 2018.

With a penchant for building tomorrow’s hospitality workforce, Mitchell is the largest alumni donor to the Culinary Institute of America and, as a Columbus State Community College Foundation board member, is a leading contributor to the expansion of the school’s top-rated hospitality management and culinary arts program.

Mitchell shares the key to his company’s 25 years of success and the lessons he has learned in his new, tell-all book, “Yes is the Answer. What is the Question?”, now available for purchase at www.CameronMitchell.com.

For more information, visit www.CameronMitchell.com and follow CMR on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CMRColumbus), and on LinkedIn.

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Media Contacts:

Katie Lundy, 614.532.5279, katie@inspireprgroup.com

Budd Dairy Food Hall Announces First Chef Partners

January 31st, 2019

The newest Cameron Mitchell Restaurants concept announces initial chef partners: Borgata Pizza Café and Darista

COLUMBUS, Ohio (January 31, 2019) – Following a “Shark Tank-style” search for Columbus’ best food entrepreneurs and restaurateurs over the last several months, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is proud to announce the first two chef partners have been selected to be part of the new Budd Dairy Food Hall. Borgata Pizza Café, created by chefs Ed Bisconti and Roz Auddino, and Darista, created by chef Dara Schwartz, will open locations in the new food hall later this year.

The newest CMR concept is the first chef-driven food incubator in Columbus and is currently under construction in the bustling Italian Village neighborhood. The food hall will give the city’s top up-and-coming chefs the opportunity to grow as entrepreneurs and to serve their community in a unique gathering space.

Borgata Pizza Café

Borgata Pizza Café at Budd Dairy Food Hall will be the restaurant’s third location, with two others in northern Columbus. Borgata uses local and regional ingredients to prepare fresh New York-style pizza and Italian specialties from scratch. Owners, Bisconti and Auddino, each have more than 35 years of food service industry experience.

“We’re really excited to open at Budd Dairy Food Hall and learn all we can from the CMR team,” said Bisconti. “The new location will be a bit different from our other two, with an abbreviated menu, but our main focuses will still be our fresh, local ingredients and our identity as a neighborhood pizza café. The name ‘Borgata’ actually translates to ‘village’ and is used to refer to small Italian neighborhoods. That’s the feeling we want to bring to this new location – it’s about connecting as a community.”

Darista

Budd Dairy Food Hall chef partner, Dara Schwartz, has already ignited local foodie palates with her world-inspired hummus line, Darista Dips, which is sold in more than 70 retail locations. She’s on a mission to convince Columbus that hummus can be the centerpiece to every dish, by delighting eaters with unbelievably delicious food inspired by her world travels. Her Israeli hummusiya concept reinvents bold, bright flavors of various regions by taking simple ingredients and making them exceptional.

“This is an amazing opportunity to extend our brand and continue to share stories through the lens of food,” said Schwartz. “With the support of CMR, we can’t wait to craft beautiful layers of flavor with hummus being the foundation to each plate. And personally, it’s a self-exploration and tribute to my Great Grandfather, Ely, who owned a Jewish delicatessen and grocer in Chicago.”

Six other chef partners will be announced in the coming months, rounding out the food hall’s lineup of diverse cuisines. Budd Dairy will bring those fares together under one roof with community seating, a top-notch beverage program, and live music and entertainment. The one-of-a-kind gathering spot also will feature a rooftop deck, interactive games, event space and more.

“We are thrilled to work with Borgata and Darista as they expand their offerings and grow as restaurateurs,” said Steve Weis, CMR’s vice president of development. “Columbus is known for being a top foodie city as well as an innovative entrepreneurial hub. Budd Dairy Food Hall is an exciting marriage between the two and we look forward to announcing more quality chef partners soon.”

The concept is a partnership between CMR and local developer, Kevin Lykens. CMR will provide management of the overall concept and will provide all services related to Budd Dairy’s culinary, beverage and entertainment programs.

About Cameron Mitchell Restaurants:

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is an independent, privately-held restaurant group known for developing compelling dining concepts, offering outstanding cuisine complemented by genuine hospitality. Cameron Mitchell founded the company in 1993 on the powerful guest philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?” Today, that commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences fuels 32 award-winning restaurants under 15 different concepts, including the nationally-acclaimed Ocean Prime brand, now coast-to-coast in Beverly Hills, Calif., Boston, Chicago (opening spring 2019), Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Naples, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Tampa and Washington, D.C; the Cameron Mitchell Premier Events catering company; and Buckeye Hospitality Construction, responsible for developing and managing the company’s new

construction, remodels and special projects. CMR also oversees the growth and development of its sister company, Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, with 23 locations in six states. CMR celebrated 25 years of restaurant excellence in October 2018.

With a penchant for building tomorrow’s hospitality workforce, Mitchell is the largest alumni donor to the Culinary Institute of America and, as a Columbus State Community College Foundation board member, is a leading contributor to the expansion of the school’s top-rated hospitality management and culinary arts program.

Mitchell shares the key to his company’s 25 years of success and the lessons he has learned in his new, tell-all book, “Yes is the Answer. What is the Question?”, now available for purchase at www.CameronMitchell.com.

For more information, visit www.CameronMitchell.com and follow CMR on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CMRColumbus), and on LinkedIn.

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Media Contacts:

Katie Lundy, 614.532.5279, katie@inspireprgroup.com

 

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, Developer Set Sights on Italian Village for Budd Dairy Food Hall

January 8th, 2018

First-ever destination venue planned for restaurant incubation, culinary exploration, entertainment

With a nod to history and a firm focus on evolving consumer food and dining preferences, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) will establish Columbus’ first-ever food hall in the Budd Dairy building in the Italian Village community near downtown. Scheduled to open in 2019, the food hall will license spaces to between 8 and 10 entrepreneurial, chef-driven restaurant concepts.

The Budd Dairy Food Hall is a partnership capitalizing on the deep real estate knowledge of local developer Kevin Lykens and the vast hospitality, food and beverage expertise of CMR. Lykens, an experienced Short North/Italian Village developer, will oversee construction and renovation of the Budd Dairy building, and CMR will curate the selection of artisan restaurant operators, provide day-to-day management, and provide all related services for the food hall’s culinary, entertainment and beverage programs.

“The Budd Dairy Food Hall is about going back to my roots with one of the most exciting projects we’ve ever imagined. Central Ohio embraced me as a young restaurant entrepreneur and gave incredible support to the growth of our company and our associates,” said Cameron Mitchell, CMR founder. “The food hall will position other new restaurateurs to realize a similar opportunity, which allows me to pay the generosity of this community forward to a new generation of entrepreneurs.”

Across the United States, 140 food halls have been built or will open in the next 18 months, reflecting the trend toward this unique approach to leveraging the increasing appeal of local and artisan restaurants, combined with dynamic entertainment, readily-available technologies, and a consumer-first strategy of engagement.

“Food halls are among the most popular, innovative ways to allow dining consumers to actively engage in their food experience, and the Budd Dairy Food Hall will be the first of this scale in the region,” said Steve Weis, CMR vice president of development. “By providing in one venue an opportunity for guests to choose among multiple, artisan food shops, instead of choosing just one restaurant, and then combining it with a strong beverage program; entertainment; and flexible, on-trend spaces to enjoy food and drink; the food hall will be a vibrant destination for residents and visitors alike.”

Food halls not only appeal to new generations of millennials and young urban professionals seeking a vastly different dining environment, but they also create incubator platforms that are more affordable and have lower risk than a traditional bricks-and-mortar restaurant.

“The Budd Dairy Food Hall will be an incredible community asset, because it will support and encourage the growth and development of restaurant start-ups, and that really gets us excited about this project,” said Weis. “Local restaurateurs looking to bring a new concept to market or to grow an existing model, such as a food truck or home-based foods business, can secure space in the food hall with low overhead and immediately engage with a diverse audience of local food adventurers.” Weis sees opportunities in the food hall to nurture and grow both entrepreneurs just entering the restaurant space, as well as more seasoned restaurant operators seeking to launch a new concept.

The total interior space dedicated for the food hall in the Budd Dairy building exceeds 14,000 square feet, plus a rooftop deck. On the first level of the hall, which is about 11,000 square feet, will be a main bar, community seating and the food vendors. A stage on the main level will be used for live performances, including DJs, bands and other local artists. The hall’s second floor will focus more heavily on entertainment, with a smaller bar, interactive games and the option of reserving the entire space for private events catered by the food hall’s food vendors. A rooftop deck, in season, will provide additional entertaining spaces, community seating and a bar. Ample onsite parking will be provided.

While individual concepts will employ their own teams, CMR will deliver their unique brand of hospitality and management to the entire food hall. Special events, private functions and marketing of the Budd Dairy Food Hall will be led by CMR. Project leaders envision the food hall will swiftly become a regional travel destination and popular local attraction.

“Our expectations are as limitless as what we can imagine,” said Mitchell. “This spectacular project fulfills our dream of empowering unique, up-and-coming food artisans to grow their businesses in a positive, high-energy venue with the oversight and hospitality experience of our Cameron Mitchell Restaurants team. The Budd Dairy Food Hall also leverages the unparalleled national excitement of food halls to attract young urban professionals and visitors alike to one of the fastest-growing areas of our city.”

Weis said a leading focus of the next few months for CMR is discovering the entrepreneurial artisan operators and restaurateurs interested in joining the food hall to develop their concept. A committee of CMR executives will oversee the application process and make final determinations about the first licenses issued to operators. CMR also intends to provide continuing education opportunities for artisan operators on topics such as infrastructure development, capital investment, systems and other issues that face growing businesses.

Lykens will develop 11,000 square feet of the Budd Dairy building’s lower level into co-working office and technology incubators and an additional 25,000 square feet in the building’s historic carriage warehouses into creative office space.

“The 4th Street corridor has quickly become one of the more vibrant districts in the Short North/Italian Village, and the opportunity to preserve the historic Budd Dairy property, along with partnering with Cameron Mitchell Restaurants and bringing class A office space to the area, is truly exciting. The combination of the pioneering establishments, coupled with a Food Hall concept and offices, will be transformative for the area,” said Lykens.

Food vendors interested in applying for the Budd Dairy Food Hall should move quickly to fill out an application online. Updates on the project will be available on the website.

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