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Mississippi's first food hall announces vendors

The Cultivation Food Hall has announced their first four vendors: Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk, a crêperie by La Brioche. Source: Cultivation Food Hall The Cultivation Food Hall has announced their first four vendors: Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk, a crêperie by La Brioche. Source: Cultivation Food Hall
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Mississippi's first food hall will open this summer in The District at Eastover.

The Cultivation Food Hall has announced their first four vendors: Fete au Fete, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk, a crêperie by La Brioche. These vendors represent four of the eight food and beverage concepts that will open in the food hall, in addition to a classic cocktail bar.

Fete au Fete StrEATery: Fete au Fete StrEATery will serve upscale Southern comfort food with a Louisiana twist. Think Hot Muffulettas, The Original Crawfish Poutine or Shrimp and Grits, with house-made fresh sausage, poached eggs or “trash grits” on the side. Fete au Fete is the brainchild of celebrated chef and long-time food truck advocate, Chef Micah Martello.

Local Honey: Local Honey is a new concept by Chef Micah Martello that he calls, “healthy food, redefined.”  Expect a new take on salads, steel cut oats or quinoa bowls, smoothies and the millennial favorite, avocado toast. 

Poké Stop: Poké is fresh, healthy and innovative, and often considered the next generation of sushi. Poké Stop uses only high-quality ingredients, allowing guests to customize a sushi roll in a bowl. Poké Stop is the creation of California native, turned Mississippian, Rachel Phuong, who calls her dishes, “Hawiian with a Japanese flair.

Whisk, a Crêperie by La Brioche:  The team behind Jackson’s favorite French bakery, La Brioche, introduces “Whisk” a crêperie that creates authentic French crepes in a variety of savory and sweet combinations.

Whisk will serve savory crepes for breakfast, lunch and dinner made with the traditional, nutty flavored and gluten-free buckwheat flour filled and topped with traditional French ingredients such as ham and Gruyere, or Italian influenced such as prosciutto with figs, arugula and balsamic. However, some creations are inspired by local ingredients and recipes.

Guests of Cultivation Food Hall will also enjoy sweet crepes at Whisk, featuring classics like The Suzette as well as fresh fruit-filled crepes topped with the artisanal gelato crafted by La Brioche. Some of the most popular desserts from La Brioche will also be featured at Whisk.

Cultivation Food Hall is being developed in consultation with St. Roch Market.  It will be located on the ground floor of the BankPlus Building and will include both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a dedicated event space. Construction on the food hall is planned to start this month.  Design of the space will be led by Canizaro Cawthon Davis of Jackson.

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