Fig & Favor market-wine shop joins Harwood District near downtown Dallas
There's another addition to the ever-growing world of the Harwood District near downtown Dallas: Called Fig & Favor, it's a local market concept from the Harwood Hospitality Group (HHG), set to open this spring at 2850 N. Harwood St. #110.
UPDATE 4-10-2023: Fig & Favor is now open, featuring daily essentials, gifts, gelato, meals to-go, and wines.
Grab-and-go options include sandwiches, salads, snacks, and meal kits. There'll be gelato by the scoop and a full espresso bar.
This is HHG’s 12th concept, but it adds a new twist to a portfolio that consists mostly of restaurants. The team behind the concept is Harwood VP of culinary Taylor Kearney and VP of Hospitality Warren Richards.
Some of the to-go options will be dishes from Harwood 11 restaurants.
"We took our customer favorites from sister concepts and put them all together at Fig & Favor," Kearney says. "Look forward to Dolce Rivera’s pasta dishes to take home for an easy dinner, Magnolia: Sous Le Pont’s coffee beans, a sandwich inspired by Mercat Bistro, and steak and jerky from our HWD Beef program - just to name a few."
Richards says that they'll also capitalize on Harwood Hospitality Group's wine lists.
"From the hard-to-find wines at The Parlor, Italian coastal wines at Dolce Riviera, California favorites at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar, and French wines at Mercat Bistro, this new concept will give customers a chance to bring a taste of Harwood home," Richards says. "Fig & Favor will feature the best wines from around the world, including some of the popular brands you already know, to smaller vineyards and wines that will broaden your horizons."
The 1,000-square-foot space is in the quaint La Rue Purdue near sister concepts Harwood Arms, Elephant East, and Poco Fiasco. HDF design director Melinda Clark says their goal was to approximate a street in France.
“We designed the space to feel intimate, fresh, and cozy — as though you've left Dallas and found yourself in a corner shop on a charming street in Bordeaux, France," Clark says. "You can expect to find a fix for your snacking cravings, a bottle of wine fit for a client gift, and a perfectly balanced shot of espresso.”