Say hello to HAPPYJAXX and Coast Roast.
Auction House Market — the new venture from the folks behind St. Roch Market — has announced two of the tenants that will soon inhabit its space: HAPPYJAXX and Coast Roast. These two spots represent one-fifth of the hall’s future offerings, as it will host a total of 10 food and drink spots. The 8,846 square-foot food hall is situated at Julia and Magazine Streets.
Auction House Market, a new Warehouse District food hall from the operators of St. Roch Market, named its first two vendors: Coast Roast coffee and HAPPYJAXX, which will sell salads and toasts.Read More
Auction House Market, a new food hall slated to open early in 2018 in the Warehouse District, has started to sign up vendors and today announced the first two.
One is HAPPYJAXX, a new concept for quick, health-conscious meals based around salads and toasts with various toppings. The second is a new location for Coast Roast, a coffee roaster with another coffee stand in the St. Roch Market.Read More
The market will occupy the bottom floor of the warehouse building that previously housed New Orleans Auction Galleries. The building opened in 1895 and housed the Tinker Copper and Iron Works, and the owners say plans for the market's design will honor the original concept.Read More
The folks behind St. Roch Market have a new project in the Warehouse District.
The Auction House Market, which is slated to open by the end of the year, will house 10 food stalls on the bottom floor at 801 Magazine St., a warehouse building previously occupied by the New Orleans Auction Galleries. The building, which was built in 1895, was originally the Tinker Copper and Iron Works, and the owners say plans for the market’s design will honor the original concept.