The Hall on the Yard in Ivanhoe Village marries its trendy and artistic setting with a prioritization in top notch coffee, food and cocktails; making this one of my top favorite food halls in Orlando yet.
Neatly tucked away in Ivanhoe Village on Alden Road, is this highly recommended and unique food hall that houses 9 different restaurants indoors and features community favorites like Foxtail Coffee and Kelly’s Ice Cream outdoors. It’s located just across the street from a huge park which is pet friendly and offers free admission. Parking is available onsite as well, with a text-to-pay option at $3 an hour.
How Many In Your Party?
It seems to always be full and bustling at The Hall. Even then, it’s not hard to find a table and with a wait there’s alway first come/first serve at the bar.
Regarding space, there are many tables that cater to medium and larger parties on each end of the hall. This feature alone makes it an awesome event space. Lining the entire right side of The Hall are the restaurants, all located on one menu. After being seated by the host, or finding somewhere at the bar, a server will take your food and drink requests.
The bar runs essentially from one side to the other with the use of a gorgeous, massive white marble slab. All the bold gray accents, the modern furniture, massive glass light fixtures, and the dark colors of the hall really bring this space to life. What’s important here is that it is an extremely casual environment but also gives off that members-only vibe everyone loves.
Variety of Food & Drinks
There are 11 vendors in total that offer a pretty wide variety of food and drink options, from southern comfort food to bao buns and ramen. Check them out!
Humbl – Plant based American classics like burgers & fries, pastas, sandwiches and pizzas
Kelly’s Ice Cream – Ice cream and sweet treats
Fork & Hen – Homemade and hearty southern combination plates
Huli Bowl – Hawaiian/Polynesian fusion food/full rotisserie concept
Chef and I – Intrinsic and elegant fusion food/meat, seafood, appetizers
Daily Bread – Local baked bread and goods
The Hall on the Yard is another example of how social houses continue to hit the mark and succeed in the community. These spots are creating jobs, hyping up local small businesses and maintaining clean safe spaces for everyone to enjoy. Which hall is your go to for food and good times?