Meow Wolf Grapevine proclaims its checklist of native food and drinks distributors

    Meow Wolf Grapevine proclaims its checklist of native food and drinks distributors

    Meow Wolf Grapevine is about to open this summer time, but it surely’s not simply bringing revolutionary new artwork. It’s additionally bringing North Texas meals favorites to its cafe and retail retailer.

    The Santa Fe-staple introduced on Wednesday that it’s partnering with over 15 North Texas food and drinks distributors to supply grab-and-go gadgets to guests.

    “Our cafe is an extension of the immersive artwork world that’s Meow Wolf Grapevine,” stated Mandy Cooper, director of operations for Meow Wolf Grapevine. “As an authorized B-Company our aim is to supply financial alternative that helps native, girls, and minority-owned small companies.”

    Native distributors embody women-owned and operated Hive Bakery, family-run and women-owned GNS meals, Del Campo Empanadas and family-owned Celestial Beerworks.

    Meow Wolf Grapevine proclaims its checklist of native food and drinks distributors

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    Right here’s the total checklist of distributors:

    Meow Wolf is understood for its quirky, otherworldly rethinking of artwork and artwork areas with areas in Santa Fe, Denver and Las Vegas. Its immersive installations have made it a well-liked artwork venue amongst kids and younger adults.

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