Rosedale Center continues what has been a years long revitalization with the just-about-to-open Revolution Food Hall. The new list of restaurants is a far cry from the food court heyday’s standby of fast food stands. The food hall has several different stands serving varied cuisines.
Shoppers can choose three ways to order: at each stand, via an app, or at kiosks located throughout the mall. Food from all the stands will be available at one desk to streamline pick up. The entire hall will not accept cash for payment, another plan to keep things moving quickly.
Revolution Hall will occupy 32,000 square feet on two floors, connected by escalator and elevator.
Today is the first glimpse of the entire list of vendors put together by Craveable Hospitality Group, the New York-based company in charge of Revolution Food Hall.
Tacos and rice bowls full of Mexican flavors like chicken tinga with onion, radish, cilantro, and avocado crema or crispy fish with red cabbage, jicama, radish, aji, and amarillo aioli.
This appropirately named spot will serve palm-sized sandwiches. Teaser menu details include an Upper East Sider of smoked salmon, herbed cream cheese, red onion, capers, and arugula on an everything bagel or The Bavarian with pastrami, sauerkraut, swiss cheese, Russian dressing, on pumpernickel bread.
Dry aged beef ground and formed into patties that are cooked on the company’s patented SaltBrick process, cooking them on pink Himalayan salt bricks.
Modeled after Caputo Trattoria at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut, the pizza will be thin crust.
A gathering spot where the word of the day every day is, “whiskey.” Shop post stop at your own risk.
The first real-life bakery where you can buy pastry chef Zac Young’s viral dessert insanity. The unholy lovechild of holiday desserts, varieties include a monstrosity of pecan and pumpkin pie inside a spice cake topped with apple filling. Fire up the Instagram for that slice. Valentine’s Day includes cupcakes, layers of chocolate cream pie, red velvet cake, red hot cinnamon cream cheese frosting and a champagne truffle on top. Subtle is not the way of the PieCaken.
Oceantail Sushi & Sake Bar
What’s a modern day mall without at least some sushi? This spot jumps on the sushi burrito bandwagon and will serve poke along with a fine sake selection.
Honeycomb Chicken & Waffle
There’s something wonderful about imagining shopping your face off and then falling into a pile of fried chicken and waffles. In addition to the classic there will be pickle-brined chicken with blue cheese slaw and sriracha maple syrup or a Southern-styled sausage and gravy topping.
Or maybe you’d like to be able to try on clothes more easily after eating. This spot is for salads, cold pressed juices and seasonal soups. One menu item is a Korean BBQ tofu salad with greens, mango, kimchi, marinated tofu, lotus chips and more topped with a citrus dressing.
Canal Street Noodle Co.
A noodle shop with dishes you might find around the East Asian restaurants by Canal Street New York City. There will be ramen and vermicelli with a spicy miso broth.
Steel Tree Coffee
The steel tree that’s being constructed for this coffee shop should be an impressive piece of the food hall. The reprieve from the usual mall coffee chains will serve fair trade coffee along with treats like scones, danishes, croissants, PieCaken Bakeshop cookies, and more. All the fancy coffee options will be found here including house drip with Afficionado Coffee Roasters, pour over, espresso, americano, cappuccino, latte, and hot tea. Plus there will be cold brew, shaken iced tea, or a blended latte. For the lactose hesitant, there will also be milk substitutions.