Food Hall Design
Food Halls are becoming an extremely popular concept across the country, and we design concepts that are built to stand above the rest. We prioritize innovative designs, operations and the customer experience. We craft bespoke spaces meant to keep customers comfortable, intrigued, and longing to stick around. A food hall is more than a spot to grab a bite – it’s a place to build a vibrant community of customers, vendors, and staff.
We tap into our award-winning designers and architect relationships to develop stunning, contemporary spaces. Our expert partners collaborate to design balanced spaces that blend vendor stalls, amenities, and seating space. Of course, we always ensure to keep the latest health and safety codes in mind.
We take key space and design considerations into account when planning new concepts, including but not limited to space functionality, seating, traffic, materials, and aesthetics. We work closely with ownership and vendors to simultaneously design functional vendor stalls with aesthetic appeal.
HHQ’s architect and design team relationships allow us to curate revolutionary projects and we pride ourselves on projects that are constructed on time and within budget. With our award-winning design partners, we’ve been able to create extremely successful projects that become community pillars.
Food Hall Projects
Press & News
Chef Ahktar Nawab is a first-generation Indian-American with classical training in Italian and French and is now known for his Mexican cuisine. He worked in some of New York's best-known restaurants before venturing out on his own. After 25 years in the restaurant...
Dr. Murphy’s Food Hall opens Aug. 3 in a refurbished hospital building with a lineup of not-your-usual-suspect vendors, some of whom are first-time operators and 75% of whom are minority and women-owned businesses. Visitors to the food hall will face a wide-range of...
Louisville, KY, is the earliest place Akhtar Nawab can remember. He still feels rooted to the city, even though growing up there the chef knew only one other Indian family. "There is a real truth to Southern hospitality," Nawab said. "I always felt comfortable there."...