New Food Hall Brings Quick, Casual Dining Experience to Bellevue

A new, multi-faceted dining experience is coming to Lincoln Square. Opening mid-December, Lincoln South Food Hall will serve as an alternative to Bellevue’s more traditional full-service restaurants, offering a variety of quick bites and casual dining options from several local vendors.

Lincoln South Food Hall will open at Lincoln Square this December

Rendering courtesy Lincoln South Food Hall

With options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining, as well as provisions from seven different vendors conveniently located under one roof, Lincoln South Food Hall aims to offer something for every type of palate. Guests will be able to enjoy everything from al pastor street tacos and French-inspired sandwiches, to specialty cocktails, fresh-roasted coffee, and more. Vendors will include Barrio Luchador, Ahi-Poke, and Baguette Epicerie, to name a few, as well as Dote Coffee Bar, which already has opened.

“Lincoln South Food Hall is an exciting, interactive space that adds texture to Bellevue’s food scene,” said Jennifer Leavitt, vice president of marketing for The Bellevue Collection. “It is a trend-setting venue where people will have affordable options they can easily order from their smart phone for pick-up and delivery or swing by for grab-and go; the space will undoubtedly serve as a dynamic place for friends, family, and colleagues to meet and socialize.”

Owners Paul and Elaina Herber, along with business partner, Jeffrey Fredrick — restaurant developer and founder of Elite Brand Hospitality — said Lincoln South Food Hall provides locals and visitors with something currently missing from Bellevue’s dining landscape.

Lincoln South Food Hall will open at Lincoln Square this December

Rendering courtesy Lincoln South Food Hall

“We recognized what the marketplace was missing, namely a food hall that could deliver an authentic food experience with an emphasis on regional sourcing,” said Elaina.

“Paul, Elaina, and Jeffrey are the perfect partners to bring Lincoln South Food Hall to life,” said Kemper Freeman, chairman and CEO of Kemper Development Company, which operates The Bellevue Collection. “Their expertise, enthusiasm, and vision created an experience that perfectly connects with our business and technology communities, as well as downtown families and Eastside residents.”

For more information, including updates on openings, follow Lincoln South Food Hall on Facebook.

FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail
is a staff writer at 425 magazine. Email her.
Find Out First
Learn about Eastside food,
fashion, home design, and more.
no thanks
FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail