Bottleworks adds three more tenants to Garage Food Hall lineup

The Bottleworks District on Thursday announced the addition of three new tenants to its already-lengthy Garage Food Hall lineup.

Abbiocco, Gaucho’s Fire, and Herculean Meal Prep will join at least 11 other confirmed food hall tenants, Bottleworks officials announced.

The food hall is part of the much larger, 12-acre, $300 million Bottleworks development at 850 Massachusetts Ave. that will include retail, residential, office and restaurants, as well as a hotel.

The hall is expected to open in late summer 2020 as part of the first phase of the overall development.

— Abbiocco is a new concept from owner Carla McDaniel, who operates Mambo’s Cheesesteak Grill and Mauricio’s Pizzeria at the Indianapolis City Market.

The 670-square-foot eatery will offer wood-fired pizza and a variety of pastas made fresh to order. The food will feature homemade dough and sauces. McDaniel said she will honor her Peruvian background with menu items offering South American flavor.

— Gaucho’s Fire, which started as a food truck in 2014, will offer a mix of Brazilian and Italian dishes, including kabobs, fresh meats, cheese bread, sandwiches, chimichurri fries, pastel, and pasta.

South American natives Ruby and Rogerio Tregnago will operate the 250-square-foot restaurant.

— Herculean Meal Prep, started in 2016 by Ben Canary and his older brother Nathan, will offer both a grab-and-go concept and ship direct orders nationwide.

The ready-to-go options are flash-frozen, minimally processed meals made locally that are high-protein and low-fat, and feature complex carbs. The 530-square-foot Garage site will be Herculean Meal Prep’s second location. It also operates a store in the Lake Clearwater area.

Already announced for the food hall were J’s Lobster & Fish Market, Hard Truth, Simply Divine Cupcakes, Blu Point Oyster, La Chinita Poblana, The Tartine Station, Daredevil Brewing Co., Square Cat Vinyl, Brick & Mortar, Poke Guru, and Lick Ice Cream.

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