July 21, 2020

Could Food Halls be the Answer to Saving Independent Restaurants?

Restaurants bring character and uniqueness to our communities, and greatly benefit from the experiences restaurants offer residents and tourists.  However, the food and beverage model has been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic. Without our independent restaurants, do all of our communities become generic?

Join Retail Strategies and Cushman Wakefield for a forward-thinking webinar where we’ll discuss incentivizing food halls as a solution for communities to save their unique, artisan flair. Though the model might be a risk, the food hall public-private partnership could be a winning combination for the future of our restaurants and communities.

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