Meow Wolf Grapevine announces its list of local food and drink vendors
Meow Wolf Grapevine is set to open this summer, but it’s not just bringing innovative new art. It's also bringing North Texas food favorites to its cafe and retail store.
The Santa Fe-staple announced on Wednesday that it’s partnering with over 15 North Texas food and drink vendors to provide grab-and-go items to visitors.
“Our cafe is an extension of the immersive art world that is Meow Wolf Grapevine,” said Mandy Cooper, director of operations for Meow Wolf Grapevine. “As a certified B-Corporation our goal is to provide economic opportunity that supports local, women, and minority-owned small businesses.”
Local vendors include women-owned and operated Hive Bakery, family-run and women-owned GNS foods, Del Campo Empanadas and family-owned Celestial Beerworks.
Here’s the full list of vendors:
- All Y’alls Foods
- Blended Family Foods
- Buzzed Bull Creamery
- Celestial Beerworks
- Celzo Co
- Del Campo Empanadas
- GNS Foods
- Hive Bakery
- HTeaO Grapevine
- Judy Pie
- Mac and Cream
- Melt Ice Creams
- Nikki's Popcorn Company
- Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters
- Peaberry Coffee
- Purpose Tea
Meow Wolf is known for its quirky, otherworldly rethinking of art and art spaces with locations in Santa Fe, Denver and Las Vegas. Its immersive installations have made it a popular art venue among children and young adults.
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