Budd Dairy Food Hall Sets Opening Date
April 6 is the big day for Budd Dairy Food Hall, which will officially open its doors at 1086 N. Fourth St. in Italian Village after months of COVID-19-related delays.
Budd Dairy Food Hall has been just over three years in the making. The chef-driven food hall concept from Cameron Mitchell Restaurants was initially announced in January of 2018. Nine food vendors were selected throughout 2019, with the space slated to make its debut in early 2020. By late last year, Budd Dairy officially announced its opening had been delayed to 2021, and it would be looking for a new chef partner to replace a previously announced tenant. Last week, it was revealed that fried chicken concept Cluck Norris would take the place of Darista.
“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 General Manager Jeremy Hughes. “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 food line-up includes:
- Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen
- Boni: Filipino Street Food
- Cluck Norris
- Cousins Maine Lobster
- Modern Southern Table
- Tacos Rudos
Budd Dairy will take several coronavirus-related precautions at opening, including installing an air purification system, adding plexiglass barriers in between bar seating and community tables, and following mask and social distancing guidelines. To help reduce lines, food and drinks will also be able to be ordered via phone with a QR code.
For more information, visit budddairyfoodhall.com.
Below photos provided by Cameron Mitchell Restaurants