Optimistic food hall that needs more love. There are currently two food places open, Johnny's Burgers and BBQ and Taco Street. Johnny's had fast and friendly service. Their bbq bowl was a great sampler of baked beans, mac n cheese, cole slaw, and pulled pork bbq. They had four sauces from the traditional vinegar bbq and the thicker sauce. Taco Street had a longer wait and straightforward service for two street tacos and taco bowl. All of the food tasted great. There is a coffee shop at the entrance then a beer hall downstairs, but it is mostly lacking where more places will open. I can't wait to see it in the future and try more local places!
Excited to see more that is to come. We are at newest location of Johnny's Roger's BBQ.. Taco street looked like great option too. Can't wait to check out game spot:)
A good place to grab a bite to eat or a drink after shopping for antiques next door. Also close proximity to a couple breweries. It looks like more options are opening soon as well. A great way to spend a day during the weekend.
So excited for the Gibson Mill makeover. Tacos, cocktails, coffee OH MY! We skipped antiquing and went for a family fun Escape Room Adventure. The staff was incredible. Making this our hang out spot for the foreseeable future. (Can't wait for the arcade to open )
We have tried Taco Street twice, Johnny Roger's BBQ & Burgers once, and Defined Coffee twice. Taco Street: Caribbean and Cuban Bowls were delicious. Johnny Roger's: BBQ platters were good with plenty of BBQ. Red slaw, white slaw, and fried okra were all on point. Not a fan of sliced white bread and rather they skip that. Defined Coffee: Coffee & service great. They only have light & medium roast (I live for dark roast). Also have kombucha ON TAP. Looking forward to seeing the growth with other vendors.