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The Artisan to Open at HALL Arts in December

Expect pastas, salads, and sandwiches.

HALL Group announced this morning that a new restaurant concept, The Artisan, will open at HALL Arts in the Dallas Arts District in December. According to the release:

“The restaurant will offer chef-driven menus with bold flavors and fresh, locally sourced ingredients and will serve breakfast, lunch and happy hour from its location on the Texas Sculpture Walk and HALL Arts Event Terrace overlooking Flora Street. The Artisan offers full-service, customized catering and will manage the event terrace at KPMG Plaza at HALL Arts for public event rental. The new concept is a combined effort of G Texas owner and entrepreneur John Gilbert and executive chef Michael Gooch…The Artisan’s service area will incorporate the design of a high-end bakery and bistro with walk-up refrigerated cases to display a variety of chef-prepared entrees, composed salads, grab-n-go items and pastries. The culinary staff will operate interactive, chef-attended stations serving hot entrée selections, pastas, salads and hot sandwiches prepared to order. Menu offerings at the patio bar portion of the restaurant will include a selection of small plates and cheese + charcuterie boards.”

“We are thrilled to welcome The Artisan to HALL Arts, as they will offer a unique combination of a chef-driven restaurant and on-site catering service that is in-demand in the Dallas Arts District,” says Craig Hall, founder and chairman of HALL Group. “The new concept will complement Stephan Pyles’ celebrated Flora Street Café and our new Asian restaurant coming soon, Musumé, by offering a casual dining and happy hour option to the neighborhood’s businesses, visitors and surrounding residents.”

The Artisan is located at 2330 Flora St., Ste. 200
Artisan Craft Kitchen: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday – Saturday
Terrace Bar: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Available for private events daily

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