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Here's are the tenants in the new Bubbly Hall food court in New Albany – The Columbus Dispatch

Bubbly Hall has announced a date for its long-anticipated opening in New Albany. The new food hall, featuring 11 permanent vendors, will hold its grand opening Dec. 14, becoming central Ohio’s sixth food hall.
The venue, at 6031 Central College Rd., will have a soft opening following its ribbon cutting, currently set for Dec. 8.
Located behind the New Albany Ace Hardware store and across from residential developments, Bubbly Hall broke ground in 2020.
Ethan Shajie, business strategist for Bubbly Hall’s developer, Westerville-based Granaz Group, said the food hall faced several months of construction delays. Bubbly Hall was initially expected to open last fall, but like many other projects over the previous two years, it has been impacted by supply chain issues.
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Shajie also said because Bubbly Hall is a new building, the business faced some complications with permits and inspections.
Bubbly Hall will feature the following vendors:
The food hall will also have three of its own spaces, featuring a bar, wine bar and Bubbly Boutique, a floral shop and an art gallery in partnership with Sunbear Studios. The boutique shop will also offer chocolates and gift baskets.
Only Fay’s Crepes was a part of the original vendor list, which also included Levant Mediterranean Eatery, Rocoto, Tortilla, Beyond the Brix, Willowbeez SoulVeg, Afra Grill or Solo Merengues Bakery, which were previously announced.
Bubbly Hall will include 15,000 square feet of indoor space, 11,000 square feet of outdoor space and 2,300 square feet of event space called the Rendezvous Room.
Barbara Passeno, general manager of Bubbly Hall, said the Rendezvous Room would provide space for weddings, corporate events, conferences and opportunities for co-working.
Bubbly Hall follows several food halls to open the past few years including Budd Dairy Food Hall, a second North Market in Bridge Park, East Market in the Trolley District, and Center Street Market in Hilliard, in addition to Downtown’s original North Market.
A food hall is also planned in the Grandview Crossing development, and Kroger will also get into the food hall business later this year.
Passeno said the goal for Bubbly Hall is to create a “vivacious, fun” space that is more family-friendly than other food halls.
The food hall is hosting food trucks at its Mobile Monday lunch events, set to take place every Monday until Thanksgiving, according to Bubbly Hall’s website.
On top of the new eateries coming to New Albany via Bubbly Hall, the city will also be home to the third location for Elliot’s Wood Fired Kitchen & Tap and a third location for The Butcher & Grocer.
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