Rosetta Hall, an ambitious food hall project with 10 restaurants and 2 bars, is slated to open in October. Located one block off of Pearl Street Mall, the European-style food hall will feature independent restaurants only, many of which are owned by first-time restaurateurs.

2.5 years of research went into the creation of the food hall, and the owners considered more than 50 chefs in order to select the 10 that would open their restaurants inside Rosetta Hall. The results included international cuisines encompassing French, Asian street food, Italian, Mexican and more.

Restaurants will include:

FOLSOM FOODS – NEW AMERICAN
JACARANDA – WEST AFRICAN
PETITE FLEUR – HANDCRAFTED PATISSERIE
CONFIT – CASUAL FRENCH
THE GINGER PIG – ASIAN STREET FOOD
LA TIGELLA – CUCINA ITALIANA
TIERRA – CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN
ERIDU – ANCIENT GRAINS
BOXCAR COFFEE
BARCELONETA OYSTER COMPANY – RAW BAR

Food halls are one way for restaurateurs to open a restaurant with lower risk than a traditional restaurant. The CEO of Rosetta Hall says he hopes this will be a place for chefs to display their talents and for a community to come together around food.

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, the space will also feature dance events, independent films, community gatherings, and live music.

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