Lincoln Property Company— the owner and curator of Mess Hall Market, Orange County’s newest food hall—is announcing nine chef-driven food and beverage concepts in a destination spanning 12,000 square-feet. The food hall will feature a diverse selection of offerings, including Greek street food, lobster rolls, home-style Vietnamese, Mexican-French fusion, and hand-crafted cocktails. The lineup includes acclaimed chefs such as Andrew Gruel of Slapfish, Danny Godinez of Anepalco, and Aaron J. Perez of Vaka Burger.
The curated market will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and will include an organic coffee, tea & juice shop curated by Bodie Rasmussen of The Lost Bean as well as a full-service bar. Mess Hall Market is adjacent to the expansive Tustin Legacy Park, creating an indoor-outdoor experience for patrons, with 26-acres of trails and open space as the market’s backyard.
Mess Hall Market all will also include The Sandwich Society, well known as a foodie-sandwich destination, offering unique sandwiches, fresh salads, and soups. The shop was founded by Mi Ho, a self-proclaimed sandwich aficionado who has built a loyal following among sandwich-lovers.
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Published on 2.28.2019