Granby Station has been a gradual disappearing act.
Almost two several years ago, direct partners Robert and Alvin Barnuevo announced formidable plans to elevate the profile of foodstuff in downtown Norfolk: a 10,000-square-foot, 13-seller foodstuff corridor with communal seating, a cocktail bar, a bakery, and a world wide selection of bites that ranged from modern-day Filipino to Mexican street food stuff.
Development commenced quickly. The Granby Station foodstuff hall was projected to open up in summer season 2019, in a distinguished town-owned house at 103 and 111 Granby St. in just a stone’s throw of The Principal resort.
Partners mounted a festive mural proclaiming “Norfolk’s 1st food stuff hall”, and a Adore sculpture that was immediately festooned with inscribed locks proclaiming bonds that would last for good.
A roster of attention-grabbing chefs signed on to serve their foods: Charu Patel of adventurous Indian chaat residence Tamarind. Creole chef