Getting to Harvest Hall is easy thanks to our prime location near DFW Airport and numerous highways that connect Grapevine to Fort Worth and Dallas. Likewise, Harvest Hall partners with TEXRail, a beautiful, new commuter train that goes from DFW Airport to downtown Fort Worth with a stop directly in front of our food hall and hotel.
Harvest Hall kitchens will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. However, whenever there is an event at our live entertainment venue, Third Rail, the venue itself will be open longer and a couple of the kitchens will serve late night food.
Harvest Hall is attached to a 500-vehicle parking garage. The entrance to the parking garage is located at 215 E Dallas Road. Harvest Hall guests may park on floors three through five. In addition, public parking is available on the other side of the TEXRail station as well as along Main Street. Click here for directions to Harvest Hall.
Harvest Hall is just six minutes from DFW International Airport by car and ten minutes on the TEXRail commuter train. The TEXRail stop at DFW Airport is located outside Terminal B. For passengers arriving at terminals C or D, you can take the Skylink to Terminal B. The train, which you can walk to from Terminals A and B, runs every 30 minutes during peak hours and once an hour otherwise until 1:00 a.m. See the TEXRail schedule for more information.
Thanks to our location near DFW Airport, passengers on a layover in Dallas-Fort Worth can take a short train ride on TEXRail or take an Uber to Harvest Hall. In maximum ten short minutes, passengers can enjoy the food and entertainment at Harvest Hall or go shopping on Main Street, which is just steps away from our food hall.
Guests of Harvest Hall can enjoy international cuisine from some of the best Grapevine restaurants. From Vietnamese to homestyle Southern cuisine, authentic Italian, sliders, craft coffee or Latin cuisine, Harvest Hall has food for all taste buds and diets. Current kitchen partners include:
Chick & Biscuit,
Four Sisters and
Harvest Hall hosts a variety of entertainment options for all ages. However, some events in Third Rail will be 21 and over. Musical styles include country, rock, jazz, R&B and Latin, among others. Likewise, guests of Harvest Hall will also be able to enjoy comedy shows, art installations, and theater pieces. See our Grapevine events calendar for more information.
Yes, we will have several food choices for both vegetarians and vegans. Check out our online menus for Harvest Hall and look for the symbols that indicate whether something is spicy, gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian.
Harvest Hall is located just steps away from historic downtown Main Street in Grapevine, Texas. All guests have to do to reach Main Street and its myriad of great shops and restaurants is to cross the plaza then head north on Main Street.
Harvest Hall is a kid-friendly food hall with several food options for all ages. In addition, our North Lawn facing the train station has a nice space for games and activities. See our calendar of events for things to do!
Private events can be held at both Harvest Hall and Hotel Vin. With over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, we can organize the perfect event for parties of any size. For more information, please contact our Director of Sales
Third Rail is an electrifying live entertainment venue at Harvest Hall. Third Rail hosts live music, comedy shows, special pairings and tastings, DJs and much more. Be sure to check out our events calendar for live music in Grapevine!
There are many great options for a place to stay at one of the numerous Grapevine hotels. Our hotel, Hotel Vin, is the only luxury boutique hotel in Grapevine. The hotel is located at the crossroads of Main Street and Dallas Road in historic downtown Grapevine. For larger convention or family-friendly hotels, there is also the Gaylord Texan and Great Wolf Lodge, among others.
The GrapeFest festival in Grapevine is held each September. Little known fact: GrapeFest is the largest wine festival in Texas! This year, the 2020 GrapeFest festival will be held from September 17-20. Book a room at Hotel Vin in advance and save on costs and travel!
If you've ever been to Grapevine during the holidays, then you'll know why the city is considered to be the Christmas Capital of Texas. With over a month of lights, parades, and diverse activities for kids, Main Street Grapevine transforms into the embodiment of the holiday spirit like no other Texas town around. Check out Grapevine Convention and Visitor's Bureau for more information on great Christmas events in Grapevine.
Main Street Fest is a festive street fest celebrating craft beer held each May in Grapevine. The 2020 Main Street Fest will be held from May 15-17. Unfortunately, we won't be open yet but be sure to look for our tent and food!
Just one? There are many great wineries in Grapevine. That's why we recommend you come back and keep trying the different Grapevine wines, many of which can be sipped and savored right off of Main Street. And if you're looking for an otherworldly wine experience, be sure to visit Bacchus Kitchen + Bar located in Hotel Vin and ask about their wine program include special pairings and tastings.
Harvest Hall is a 20,000 square foot food, beverage and entertainment destination that features architecture reminiscent of 19th century grand rail stations of America. It features modern amenities, unique food and restaurant partners, meeting spaces, offices and a community event space. As part of a mixed-use complex, Harvest Hall will be connected to a 120-room boutique hotel with more than 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Together with its proximity to the commuter rail connecting DFW and Fort Worth, Harvest Hall is bustling with tourists and locals.
The operator is Vin Depot, LLC, a strategic partnership created by two hospitality veterans, Paul Coury and Mark Brooks.
Paul Coury - Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Coury Properties, Inc. and Coury Hospitality
Mr. Coury's background includes more than 30 years in commercial real estate sales, development and management, plus 20 years in the hospitality and restaurant industry. His portfolio includes more than 20 hotels and restaurants with a continued plan for growth.
Mark Brooks - Principal of Brooks Hospitality
Mr. Brooks has 41 years of experience encompassing hotels and food and beverage. F&B experience covers operations and development in culinary, restaurant and catering ventures. Mr. Brooks has operated and developed projects in the DFW market for over 17 years.
Harvest Hall will offer a unique experience of curated vendors providing high quality, chef-driven, specialty foods with a wide range of diversity. It will reflect the latest of food trends, innovations and exciting culinary activations that are unique to the Grapevine community and surrounding areas.
Harvest Hall will review all potential applicants and make determinations as to ensure a vibrant, diversified and all-encompassing line-up of established businesses and start-ups for a projected opening in summer 2020. The success of the Harvest Hall hinges on the synergy of a carefully curated and passionate vendors.
Whether an established or budding chef, a first-time entrepreneur or successful food service operator, you should bring to the table passion and experience in the culinary scene and offer a unique product that will add value to both Harvest Hall and the dining scene in Grapevine. Additionally, you will come with a menu that is fit for a small-space, high volume dining venue. Chains, franchises, and mass produced prepackaged frozen foods will not be considered.
All potential vendors can apply through the Harvest Hall website. Within the application, you will present a proposal which will detail your concept. The application begins the process of arranging for a presentation, interview, and tasting to be conducted by the Harvest Hall team.
We will start the selection process at the beginning of July 2019. To apply, click on the tab 'Vendor Application' and fill out the online application or return it to us via email at [email protected].
We anticipate having vendor selections made by the end of November 2019.
The kitchens in Harvest Hall give nod to the streamlined elegance and marvels of railway engineering during the American Industrial Revolution. Cast iron, wood and plated glass are strategically used throughout the kitchens in a manner that reflects the genius of craft and detail of the period. Delicate details are contrasted with the heaviness of beams and posts, creating a streamlined structure and exposing the many elements that power the kitchen. They will vary from 240 square feet to 440 square feet.
The Harvest Hall team will provide all design elements for the kitchens. Vendors will be allowed some customization of their kitchen signage and menu boards.
Each kitchen operator will be responsible for and expected to maintain their areas with a high level of cleanliness and attention to detail. There will be a shared cost for any professional cleaning and maintenance of Harvest Hall provided equipment.
Harvest Hall branded to-go containers and paper tote bags will be available at cost and have space to add a sticker or stamp of your logo. Each kitchen design will also allow for vendor logo signage within the framework and guidelines provided.
One alcohol license including beer, wine and liquor will be held by Harvest Hall, and therefore only the Harvest Hall bar will be permitted to sell alcoholic beverages. Guests may carry their beverages anywhere inside the Harvest Hall and in the designated outdoor areas.
Harvest Hall has a marketing and promotions staff that will promote and book events within the hall year-round. Signature events such as a weekly live music program and feature activations such as pairings, brand partnerships and special holiday events will attract visitors to the venue and drive traffic to your establishments. Additionally, your business may have the opportunity to be included in catering for private parties and events.
Harvest Hall will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., with possible consideration for extended hours on weekends. Breakfast will require only a few kitchens to be open.