(Coming soon: Mango Indian, updated on 1/15/23) Exciting to see the new Durham Food Hall begin opening up after a long wait! I popped in to grab some provisions and the space is very light, airy, and sunny, a more upscale approach to food halls in the area. There’s plenty of space and seating in this food hall along with a second-floor bar and lounge named the Riggs Lounge!
While the Durham Food Hall will slowly bring vendors online, you can hit up the Durham Food Hall website to get your orders in. If you have multiple orders, they recommend setting them up to be picked up at the same time, there will be tables set up front while we work through this Covid-19 situation. Get excited Durham! By the end of May, you’ll have a great new food option to nosh at…
Here’s a list of Durham Food Hall Vendors:
Gourmet bagels made in house to create avant-garde bagel sandwiches and bagel-burgers.
Ex-Voto Cocina Nixtamal
Heirloom corn and nixtamalization to produce items like tacos, tamales, and tostadas that celebrate both Mexican and regional agriculture.
Lil Barb’s Bakery
Creative tea and coffee beverages inspired by both the growers and producers who provide the ingredients, and the people who enjoy drinking them.
Locals Seafood Market & Oyster Bar
Seasonal North Carolina seafood, fresh daily from the coast. Everything from oyster plates and simple ceviche to market fish you can take home and prepare yourself.
Mango Indian Grille (Coming Soon)
Marco’s 530 (Italian-Asian)
Napoli Pizza and Gelato
Neapolitan style wood fired pizza with naturally risen dough, and sweet gelatos and sorbets made from scratch. Second location in addition to Carrboro