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City Foundry STL Reveals Food Hall Lineup

The forthcoming food hall at the much-anticipated City Foundry STL, situated on the former Federal-Mogul foundry site in midtown, has revealed an updated list of eateries. The lineup is now expected to include:

• CropCircle: Farmtruk owner Samantha Mitchell specializes in “hyper local country fair”—brisket mac-n-cheese, hot fried chicken, catfish, and more.

• Good Day: Polite Society and The Bellwether co-owners Jonathan Schoen and Brian Schmitz roll out a breakfast concept, serving crepes and breakfast sandwiches.

• Hello Poke: The poke craze continues. Proprietors Daniel Jensen and Amy Guo return to St. Louis, where they’ll serve build-your-own bowls and sushi burritos.

• Lost & Found and Juice Box Central: Former Retreat Gastropub chef Michael Friedman will open two concepts: Lost & Found: A Burger and Pizza Joint and Juice Box Central. The names say it all, with the former serving hand-tossed pizzas, burgers, and freshly cut fries and the latter offering fresh-pressed juices, boozy juice, smoothies, and seasonal drinks.

• Mokyu Mokyu: The co-owners of Pieces, the Soulard board game bar and café, will open a Japanese-Korean fusion spot (pronounced mok-you mok-you).

• Sumax: Layla co-owners Jason and Maria Sparks will serve up hummus and wraps.

• UKraft: Co-owners Matt and Mike Ratz will focus on healthy offerings, including macrobiotic breakfast bowls and sandwiches, paninis, soups, and whole wheat salad pockets. The UKraft food truck launched in St. Louis last fall.

• Press Waffle Co.: Brothers Bryan and Caleb Lewis will serve Liege-style waffles, inspired by a visit to Belgium and reimagined in sweet and savory styles.

Article originally posted by STLMag

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