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Gather Community Food Hall to Open for Food Insecure Students in Spring Arts District

Gather Food Hall, 1000 block of Nectarine Street

Gather Food Hall is a new outdoor dining concept offering delicious and affordable meals from a rotating line-up of local food vendors to food-insecure students. It plans to open on October 23rd on the 1000 block of Nectarine Street, right behind Union Transfer, in the Spring Arts District.

Gather’s tiered pricing model will provide shame-free access to affordable meals for students who struggle financially. Students in severe hardship cases will be able to eat for free.

The starting line-up of rotating vendors includes: Authentic Ethnic Cuisine, baology, Chiwaffles, Crunchik’n, GELAT’OH, Lokal Artisan Food, Make’m Bake’m, Vientiane, and Wood Street Pizza.

Hours will be: Monday through Saturday for lunch between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm and dinner between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm.

Gather Food Hall is a collaborative effort between Little Giant Creative and Believe in Students, a non-profit focused exclusively on supporting college studentsā€™ living expenses.

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