Once a grocery store, The Food Market’s rebirth as a restaurant will happen just after Memorial Day.
After months of construction and a complete gutting and renovation, The Food Market plans to debut chef Chad Gauss’s concept of chef-inspired comfort food in approximately two weeks in its new industrial-modern space at 1017 W. 36th Street in Hampden, says General Manager and Co-owner, Elan Kotz.
Kotz describes the menu as known and approachable food, but executed from a chef’s perspective. Dishes that Gauss prepared at other locations include Kobe beef meatloaf, linguine with crab meatballs, duck-fat fried cashews with fried catfish served on micro greens, and Heath bar crunch bread pudding.
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