Rosedale Center has closed its food hall. The collective of small stalls was supposed to be more food hall than food court, using a variety of different little restaurants all gathered together with nary a chain in sight. It was also the only real-life outlet for celebrity pastry chef Zac Young’s PieCaken. Other stalls included a chicken and waffle stand, taco bar, sushi spot with sushi-rolling robot, and a whiskey bar among others.
The ambitious idea was the work of Craveable Hospitality, a company based in New York City. All the stands inside were run by the one company and seemed to be a collection of popular food ideas.
Pivoting to an entirely new concept, the mall is now looking for local vendors to populate the hall. In a statement Rosedale’s General Manager Lisa Crain said, “In closing Revolution Hall, we will now be able to satisfy the demand for an engaging customer experience.”
There is no re-opening date expected at this time.