GOODFood is coming!
GOODFood will be officially opening their doors on 7 June, with a selection of local foodies and it’s own stylishly-designed GOODBar and GOODCoffee, serving up a flavourful selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner and after-work drinks. Not a market, this food hall brings together a collection of food and beverage businesses to offer locals and out-of-towners a curated — and delicious — everyday food offering. Patrons can be served up everything from breakfast bowls and confectionaries to vegan curries, all part of the timeless and minimally designed GOODFood venue, found in the heart of Woodstock.
• Vagabond Kitchens
• Woodlands Eatery Express
• Salushi Express
• No Fixed Address
• Truck Norris
• Gourmet Grubb
• Woodstock Waffles
• Prashad Cafe
• Low Impact Living (Zero Waste Grocer)
Included in the launch of the experiential food hall is the GOODBar, providing a (literal) platform to showcase exceptional makers in the beverage industry. “Each drink is assembled with attention to detail; each ingredient being present and noticeable,” says Angelique Smith, Head of Food & Beverage Operations. As appreciators of the process, GOOD were present in curating the ingredients, quality, education and innovation of the menu. The food hall will also be home to GOODCoffee. This collaboration with Rosetta Roastery and Nuude Studio (Kira Le Pine Williams of BeetBox) provides an honest and thought-out execution of coffee, cold-pressed juices, and smoothies.
GOODFood sits inside GOODWoodstock, a modern multi-layered business that works towards ‘doing good’ simply through doing business. Made up of the layers — GOODWork, GOODFood, GOODBalance and the GOODStore — GOOD strives to consider the environment, what sustainable business practices looks like, its impact on people and communities and what it means to live a conscious life.
Already open is GOODWork (creatively-inspired offices and co-working spaces) with GOOD’s health and wellness offering (GOODBalance) and the retail offering (GOODStore) soon to be launched.
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