Food Hall Development

Hospitality HQ provides turnkey solutions for any developers looking to generate traffic to their property. We spearhead and manage all aspects of food hall development including pre-opening and operational budgets, design, OAC construction management, vendor curation, licensing and management agreements, marketing, events, programming, hiring, operations and ongoing accounting and financial reporting.

Vendor Curation

Our vendor curation team works diligently to acquire the perfect balance of top culinary talent, handling all aspects of procurement from the courting phase to securing licensing and management agreements. 

Food Hall Projects

Marble City Market

Spanning an entire city block, the highly anticipated Marble City Market will become the first of its kind in the great city of Knoxville, Tennessee. The 15,000 SF site will welcome UT-Knoxville students, Downtown employees, and overall neighborhood residents over 12 hours a day 7 days a week.  Regas Square is a classic contemporary building featuring [...]

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Inner Rail Food Hall

Inner Rail Food Hall, named as a nod to the location’s former identity, the Aksarben horse racing track, provides a one-of-a-kind experience for Omaha residents and travelers alike. The food hall includes nine vendors featuring different styles of cuisine, all surrounding a central bar. Some vendors are extensions from local favorite shops, while other food […]

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Press & News

Chef Ahktar Nawab on new cookbook, diversity of dishes

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...

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How an Indian-American from Kentucky became a Mexican chef

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."...

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