[caption id="attachment_350533" align="alignright" width="358"] Former Rosati's space will be redeveloped into city's first food hall.[/caption]
Three additional vendors have been announced for Crossroads Collective, the new food hall slated to open later this month or early next month on Milwaukee's East Side.
The concept is being developed in the former Oriental Drugs building, located at 2238 N. Farwell Ave., in a 7,000-square-foot space that previously housed Rosati's Pizza. It will feature eight “micro-restaurants.”
Building owner and developer New Land Enterprises, which is led by Tim Gokhman, recently announced the following three tenants for the food hall:
Falafel Guys, a middle eastern food truck owned and operated by Ron and Chrissy Stroli. It recently opened a brick-and-mortar location at 105 W. Freistadt Road in Thiensville, so this will be its second location.
Heaven’s Table BBQ, a catering business owned by Jason Alston that specializes in authentic barbecue.
Beerline Café, a vegetarian “fresh-casual” café located at 2076 N. Commerce St. in Riverwest, owned by Michael Allen. This will be their second location.