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Haskell & Worth Comes to Legacy Hall

  • Haskell & Worth Comes to Legacy Hall

    Come Try A Warm Philly Cheesesteak

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Haskell & Worth, serving house-made Philly Cheesesteaks, opened at Legacy Hall on February 25.

“One of the best aspects of a food hall is the ability to continually evolve and change based on the needs and desires of our guests, but also with industry trends,” said Kulsoom Klavon, Vice President Curation at Food Hall Co., Legacy Hall’s parent company. “We pride ourselves on finding what we view as the best offerings possible that also make sense to the consumer and the overall food hall experience.”

Haskell & Worth, named after the Dallas crossroads where Chef Jordan Swim opened his first catering company more than 11 years ago, offers the ultimate American comfort food:

Philly Cheesesteaks. Sandwich choices include thinly sliced Ribeye steak or chicken on top of a traditional Amaroso roll and covered with a diner’s choice of onions, peppers, cheese and ‘shrooms ($9). Toppings include classic Cheese Wiz, Provolone or White American, as well as banana peppers, bell peppers, pickled jalapeños and house Giardiniera. Guests can top off their custom sandwich with Dijon aioli, mayo, Carltons BBQ sauce, ketchup or Frank’s Red Hot. Haskell & Worth will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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