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Dusek's Owners Opening Massive Loop Food Hall This Summer

They've taken over the food inside The National development

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The owners of Dusek's, Longman & Eagle and Moneygun/Saint Lou's Assembly have big news for The Loop lunch crowd. 16" On Center has officially taken over the food hall at the development at Clark and Adams. It's now called Revival Food Hall, and the 24,000-square-foot space will open this summer on the ground floor of The National at 125 S. Clark St.

16" On Center's involvement shouldn't be a surprise. As reported last year, co-owner Craig Golden's real estate company, Blue Star Properties, was involved on project. They'll stay with most of the plan. Many of the concepts at the 15 fast-casual stalls will be chef driven, but not all. The stalls will include one that will rotate concepts every three to four months. They said they'll reveal the culinary talent later this summer. Coffee and booze will be provided by a coffee shop and bar with full beverage programs. In non-food-related news, the space also includes a record store and reading corner from Curbside Splendor. Revival was originally referred to as The Marketplace.

Up on the sixth floor of the 20-story building, 16" On Center will operate a 10,000-square-foot event space for private events that also includes outdoor space. The building, erected in 1907 and designed by Daniel Burnham, has been undergoing renovations for loft-style office space.

Check out the concept renderings for Revival Food Hall above.