Fulton Street Food Hall merges a sit-down restaurant and the convenience of a to-go cafe.
Reminiscent of Fulton Street in New Orleans, where the food hall gets its name, décor includes a purple and gold color scheme with ample seating for 250 guests, including dedicated bar seating. The venue also includes 11 flat-screen TVs.
Fulton Street Food Hall functions much like a grocery store with guests able to choose different items from each station and check-out at a centrally located cashier station.
Food stations include a bakery with coffee drinks and pastry items; a sandwich and comfort food station with items like meatloaf and lasagna; a soup and salad station; a sushi station; a noodle bar and a pizza station.
For guests wishing to experience a traditional sit-down breakfast with table service, a designated section of the cafe will be open from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily. Menu offerings include the white chocolate and raspberry swirl French toast topped with blueberry basil syrup and the Scottish smoked salmon eggs Benedict with poached eggs and a rich hollandaise sauce.