Sunday, March 20, 2016

Bayer Properties Brings Artisan Food Hall to Lexington, KY

Jeffrey Bayer
LEXINGTON, KY — Bayer Properties announced The Summit at Fritz Farm -- a contemporary mixed-use development in Lexington, Ky. centered on the pedestrian experience -- will house the first artisan food hall concept in the region.

Named the Deauville Food Hall, it will showcase an exciting collection of small restaurant concepts from an array of accomplished local restaurateurs and serve as a tribute to Kentucky products and culinary traditions as well as Lexington’s growing status as an ambitious food city.

The Deauville Food Hall will include eight to nine food and beverage concepts and incorporate architectural elements from the original tobacco barns on Fritz Farm, as well as a richly landscaped outdoor terrace conceived by local garden designer Jon Carloftis.  The food hall will frequently host events and live entertainment and function as an important social and cultural hub for The Summit.

“There is an artisan food hall movement taking place across the country for good reason,” said Jeffrey Bayer, president & CEO of Bayer Properties. “A well done food hall delivers excitement, a feeling of community, and a unique taste of local culture, and we expect the Deauville Food Hall to be a central contributor to The Summit’s overall role as Lexington’s premier gathering place.”

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Kristin Jones • The Wilbert Group
1720 Peachtree St., Suite 350 • Atlanta, Ga. 30309
M: 630-363-5747  

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