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successful trucks. The most charitable trucks tend to be the most successful trucks.”
To accommodate the rotating schedule, patrons order food off of a tablet in the front of the
restaurant or via app that can be downloaded to their phones. Because of the technology avail-
able, food can be ordered from one or all of the food trucks on a single order. Once submitted,
the customer’s name appears on a jumbo flat screen over the bar where it will inform them when
their order is ready to be picked up.
Because the space and menu changes over time and patrons can expect food to come later
from The Kitchen, it was important that the food bar
be able to transition. Instead of a stationary coun-
tertop, Bennett created several bar carts specially
made for The Hall that are outfitted with casters.
Depending on the event or whether food is available,
the carts can be moved and reconfigured.
Similarly, the tables—although massive—can be
moved or reconfigured. This comes in handy when
the space is being used for one of many community events, including a bingo night and beer-and-hymn night when local interfaith churches meet to
sing in fellowship. On September 1, 2018, they will
be hosting what’s hoped to be the world’s largest
rock-paper-scissors competition as a fundraiser for
See additional images of The Hall
in our September digital edition at