Off Roading

Green House Market

Lauren Scheinin
Posted:
November 01, 2013

Dallas/Fort Worth’s original gourmet food truck, Green House Truck, has ditched its wheels and is opening its first brick-and-mortar restaurant inside NorthPark Center near the AMC Theater any day now. The 3,300-plus-square-foot space designed by Buchanan Architecture features an art program with rotating international and local artists curated by Robyn Siegel (who owns the restaurant with husband Michael). “Because of my passion for collecting contemporary art and for education, it seemed only natural to put art in the restaurant to share with everyone, especially given the history of NorthPark and the role art plays within the center,” Siegel says. Focusing on fresh and healthy cuisine, Green House Market serves up all of the truck’s favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. “We’re trying to introduce food items that are great but can’t be found easily around Dallas,” Siegel adds. “Our chia seed pudding is one of my favorites.” In the driver’s seat is chef Ben Hutchison dishing out staples — think grilled ciabatta sandwiches and brown rice bowls — as well as fresh-pressed juices. The coffee bar pouring Blue Bottle Coffee will draw power shoppers looking to recharge and caffeinate. 8687 N. Central Expressway, Suite 2276; no phone number at press time; thegreenhousemarket.com.

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