Food Hall by Villa opens at Arizona Mills
Villa Enterprises announced the grand opening of its "Food Hall by Villa" at Arizona Mills on Aug. 23 at 10 a.m.
The 13,262- square-foot concessions area features 10 new restaurant concepts:
Villa Italian Kitchen, Green Leaf's, Bananas, South Philly Steaks & Fries, Far East Asian Fire, Tinta Mexicana, Mo' Burger, Sukotto Japanese Grill, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Church's Chicken.
"We wanted to create an upscale streetscape dining experience capturing the local flavors and architectural vernacular of Arizona," said Adam Torine, senior vice president of business development, Villa Enterprises, in a company press release. "The new bright and inviting space offers a modern take on the dining environment and offers guests a diversity of menu offerings and choices."
The first 200 guests to visit the "Food Hall by Villa" on Aug. 23, will receive a free prize pack and the first 50 children will receive a free ride on the carousel. All visitors may enter to win a Mongoose Mountain Bike, a GoPro Camera provided by Pepsi and a 32" LED TV provided by Church's. Menu samples and children's activities will be provided throughout the day. A percentage of the grand opening day's sales from restaurants in the Food Hall will be donated to local nonprofit Treasures 4 Teachers. Guests are encouraged to donate school supplies to help the organization bridge the gap between the great need of teachers and resources available in the business community.
"We invite guests of all ages to experience the new 'Food Hall by Villa' at Arizona Mills and take part in our charitable celebration that is especially relevant during back-to-school season," said David Johnston, general manager at Arizona Mills, in a company press release. "Villa Enterprises has pulled out all of the stops to create a contemporary space and quick service variety that enhances Arizona Mills' family appeal and adds to our unique brand of shopping, dining and entertainment found all under one air-conditioned roof."
Topics: Franchising & Growth