Source: Dallas Morning News
Mexican-inspired soul food, seafood and an upscale butcher shop are three of the 10 concepts slated for The Hub, the nearly 3-acre open-air entertainment venue set to debut later this year at The Farm in Allen.
Macho Taco will lease 3,840 square feet at the center, while Hooked Sea to Table and The Salty Butcher will occupy 3,269 square feet, according to filings with the state.
The Hub’s restaurants include many of the same ones as those at the venue’s first location, near Seaside, Fla., according to Real Estate Weekly. The publication names A.P. Coffee & Bakery, Gallagher’s Steak and Seafood, Ginger’s Sushi & Juice and Pizzeria Flora as other tenants at the venue.
Located at Alma Drive and State Highway 121, The Hub will include 23,000 square feet of total restaurant space, 5,200 square feet of event lawn space, a 13,000-square-foot plaza and a 15,000-square-foot, two-story dining pavilion.
The Hub is located at The Farm in Allen, the 135-acre mixed-use development that will include offices, retail and restaurants and housing.
“As a suburban concept designed for family and friends, we think The Farm in Allen is a perfect location for The Hub’s brand of good, clean excitement,” Brad Zeitlin, founder and CEO of The Hub, said in a statement. “Our uniquely curated dining options and daily entertainment can only be found at The Hub.”