Hall on Franklin announces reopening in Tampa Heights

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The wait for The Hall on Franklin‘s return may finally be over. Tampa Heights’ popular food hall just announced that it’s reopening in June, with new safety precautions and procedures.

Mark your culinary calendars for June 12. That’s when The Hall plans to reopen.

So how does a sprawling food hall safely reopen amid a pandemic? First, they hired a Sanitizing Director to control sanitation during service hours and coordinate deep cleans of the space after hours daily.

The Hall has also implemented single use paper menus to help mitigate the risk of spreading germs.

QR coded menus will also be available for contactless ordering directly from your phone.⁠ All Hall on Franklin staff will have their temperatures checked before their shift and will be required to wear a mask during their shift.

Inside, the food hall will operate at 50% capacity. Guests are encouraged to wear a mask but are not required to. Tables and chairs will be sanitized before and after each guest. Sanitization stations will be positioned throughout the space as well.

The Hall on Franklin is home to several tasty concepts:

Fork & Hen
Fork & Gallina
Poké Rose
Kofé
North Star 
The Collection 

Follow the Food Hall on Facebook and Instagram for updates on operations.

The Hall on Franklin, 1701 North Franklin Street⁠

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