Excitement is building in Providence as the Marsella Development Corporation unveils the name of its eagerly awaited food hall: Track 15. Located in the iconic Union Station, this culinary haven is set to open in late summer 2024, offering a blend of local, chef-driven food concepts. Christopher J. Marsella, president of Marsella Development Corporation, expressed his excitement, stating, "This is a crucial point in Track 15's development." Overcoming supply-chain challenges and historic building renovations, the team is ready to transform this space into a culinary masterpiece.
With a rich history dating back to 1898, Union Station was once the heart of southeastern New England's transportation network. The name pays tribute to this history, and will, host an array of esteemed vendors, including Dune Brothers with their elevated seafood and raw bar, chef Maria Meza's regional Mexican cuisine at Dolores, the mouthwatering offerings from There, There, and two tantalizing Italian concepts from Kevin O’Donnell, the culinary expert behind Giusto and Mother Pizzeria in Newport.
Matthias Kiehm, principal at MK Global Hospitality, emphasizes their commitment to Rhode Island's culinary world, saying, "We are delighted and humbled to have the opportunity to bring an unrivaled hospitality venue and experience to the very cool and eclectic food scene of Rhode
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