American Dream opens new dining hall featuring wine, corn pit and dumplings

The first-of-its-kind wine concept, a luxury pastry maker and popular dumpling establishment, will open in the food court of the American Dream next month.

The 10,000-square-foot dining area will begin July 13 with soft seating and toys — an oversized cornhole, Jenga and Connect Four, American Dream announced Thursday.

The Food Hall is located on the second floor of the 3.5 million square foot retail, entertainment and dining complex in the Meadowlands. It is one of three dining halls planned for American Dream. He will join Coca-Cola Eats that has already opened and soon the Kosher Food Hall will open.

The dining hall at American Dream will open with seven concepts. Van Leeujwen Ice Cream and Best Pizza Opened and the following:

  • wine shop: Guests can savor their way through 64 self-serving curated wines by an interactive machine that perfectly pours 1-ounce sips, 3-ounce tastings, or 5-ounce glasses. They also serve similarly poured beer and Italian fare from panini to charcuterie bars.
  • lady m: This New York City-based confectionery brand has over 50 stores worldwide. It combines French pastry techniques with Japanese influences and is best known for its Signature Mill Crepe.
  • Vanessa’s Dumpling House: The popular New York establishment will serve authentic Peking-style dumplings and other Beijing-influenced dishes including noodles, soups, salads, and sauces. They are famous for using daily fresh ingredients and sesame pancake sandwiches stuffed with roast pork, beef, vegetables, tofu, tuna and Peking duck.

A cocktail bar, called Dream Bar, is slated to open at the Food Hall in the fall, and Bang Cookies, an organic cookie company, is expected to open in the winter of 2022.

“The addition of these unique food and wine concepts perfectly complements our world-class attractions and robust retail offering, furthering the American Dream as a destination unlike any other,” said Don Germezian, CEO of American Dream.

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