New Vendors, Cuisines Highlights of Spring at Cultivation Food Hall

Cultivation Food Hall has reimagined their offerings with a fresh crop of vendors, blending a whole new mix of ethnicities and flavors at The District at Eastover.

The newest tenants include Indian street food, Persian and Mexican, joining poké, Cajun, traditional American, a French patisserie and a craft cocktail bar.

Kati King. All images; Cultivation Food Hall

Kati King

With tastes from all parts of India, Kati King – the newest vendor – offers Kati Rolls from East India, Grilled Sandwiches from West India (most famous, the Bombay Grill Sandwich from Bollywood), Dosas from South India, and Samosas/Lassis from North India. At Kati King, the menu showcases flexible options where you can “build your own kingdom of food.” View their menu.

Yo Mama’s Tacos & Tapas

Yo Mama’s Tacos & Tapas

Drawing from traditional Mexican and Spanish influences, Yo Mama’s Tacos & Tapas brings tacos and arepas to the food hall. A fajita chicken salad (mixed greens topped with fajita chicken, corn & black bean salsa, tortilla strips and cilantro lime vinaigrette) is offered alongside “build-your-own” bowl options (choose rice, black beans or Romaine mixed greens; proteins carnitas, steak, chicken, sweet potato or black bean and toppings and sauces).

Kei Kabab

Kei Kebab

Kei Kebab offers authentic, ancient Persian recipes. Kebabs, stews, and family-style dinners are available, accessible without being too overwhelming or mysterious for JXN food enthusiasts. Healthy, satisfying portions are promised from owner Richard Kinan, a familiar face at the food hall, once a bartender at the hall’s Gold Coast bar. View their menu.

Roux

Roux

Bringing a taste of New Orleans to Jackson, Mississippi gulf coast native Jessica Otto’s Roux serves crawfish bread, gumbo, bread pudding, muffulettas and chicken salad. Look for red beans and rice, and, this spring, crawfish. Roux collaborates with other in-house vendors and consulting chefs to bring the freshest and most flavorful dishes to Jackson. View their menu.

Americana

Americana

Americana offers a variety including sliders, salads, and small plates. From the chicken biscuit entree to our catfish, diners can expect southern service and flavor. Vegetarian and gluten-friendly options are available. View their menu.

Poké Stop

Poké Stop

A first for the Jackson-metro area, Rachel Le’s Poké Stop represents a “next generation” of sushi. Fresh, healthy and innovative, Poké is a deconstructed sushi roll in a bowl—a Hawaiian dish with a Japanese flair. Poké Stop showcases vegetarian, low-carb, low-fat and gluten-friendly options, too. View their menu.

La Brioche

La Brioche

La Brioche, whose original retail storefront was in Fondren, has taken on the stall once occupied by their own offshoot, Whisk Creperie. The traditional French patisserie is anything but typical. Their signature macrons and gelato are food hall favorites, along with croissants, Alfajores – a traditional Argentinian confection – and coffee. View their menu.

Gold Coast Bar

Gold Coast Bar

Drawing inspiration from the hidden decadence of prohibition nightlife on what was formerly known as the “Gold Coast of Mississippi,” Gold Coast Bar celebrates a menu of both classic and original cocktails named for notorious Gold Coast Clubs. A well-curated menu of wines, local beers and a daily happy hour are also available. View their menu.

Vendor hours, typically Monday-Wednesday 11 am-8 pm, Thursday-Saturday 11 am-9 pm, may vary. Gold Coast Bar is open until 10 pm Thursday-Saturday. Cultivation Food Hall at The District at Eastover is located off I-55 between Lakeland Drive and Meadowbrook Road.

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Paul Wolf

Paul is the Content Marketing Manager for Visit Jackson, managing the organization's social and digital platforms. He is also the writer, photographer and designer who founded Find It In Fondren in 2010.