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  • Where is Harvest Hall located?

    Harvest Hall is a European-style food hall located in Grapevine, Texas. Situated at the crossroads of Main Street and Dallas Road in historic downtown Grapevine.
  • How do I get to Harvest Hall?

    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.
  • What are Harvest Hall hours?

    Harvest Hall kitchens will be open from 11:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. (Main Line Coffee Bar opens at 6:30 a.m. daily) Sunday through Thursday, and from 11:00 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.
  • What kind of parking is available at Harvest Hall?

    Harvest Hall is attached to a 500+ vehicle parking garage. Self-parking is free for the first 90 minutes and costs $1/hour thereafter. The entrance to the parking garage is located at 255 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.

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  • How far is Harvest Hall from DFW International Airport?

    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.
  • Is Harvest Hall a good place to go during a layover at DFW Airport?

    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.
  • What restaurants are in Harvest 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: Arepa TX, Chick & Biscuit, Easy Slider, Main Line Coffe Bar, Monkey King and Spuntino.
  • What kind of entertainment do you have at Harvest Hall?

    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.
  • Do you have gluten-free options at Harvest Hall?

    Yes, several of our kitchens have gluten-free options. All Harvest Hall menus will have symbols which indicate whether any food items are spicy, gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian.
  • Do you sell vegetarian or vegan food at Harvest Hall?

    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.
  • How far is Harvest Hall from downtown Main Street in Grapevine?

    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.
  • Is Harvest Hall kid-friendly?

    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!
  • Are dogs (pets) allowed at Harvest Hall?

    As much as we love them too, dogs or other personal pets are not allowed at Harvest Hall. However, service animals are allowed at the food hall and pets on a leash can be brought to the plaza area.
  • Can I host an event at Harvest Hall?

    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
  • What is Third Rail?

    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!
  • What exactly Is Harvest Hall?

    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.
  • Who operates Harvest Hall?

    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.
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