Let’s Eat

Chef Preston Higgins serves up roasted pig and apples.  Photo by Ashlee Nobel

Chef Preston Higgins serves up roasted pig and apples.

Photo by Ashlee Nobel

After a day of shopping, it feels like coming home when you make your way back to Market Hill for a home-cooked meal. 

Photo by Ashlee Nobel

Photo by Ashlee Nobel

It’s in this spirit of togetherness that he hosts pig roasts during each show.

Open daily for lunch and dinner, the Restaurant at Market Hill is important to Paul Michael. He has a passion for bringing people together, and it’s in this spirit of togetherness that he hosts pig roasts during each show. He enjoys the process, even designing a big smoker specifically for these occasions. This kind of attention is in every detail at Market Hill, especially the restaurant. 

The menu is substantial with a protein, like chicken, beef, pork or fish, roasted vegetables, salad and beans. As you move down the line, making your selections, you can see Chef Preston Higgins back there, working hard with a smile on his face, likely pulling out a batch of his oven-roasted potatoes (a favorite!). 

Seating is plentiful and meant to be experienced family-style.  Photos by Ashlee Nobel

Seating is plentiful and meant to be experienced family-style.

Photos by Ashlee Nobel

Once you’ve made a plate, move down to the cashier where you can choose from homemade desserts and a large selection of beer and wine, sparkling water, or a soda – anything cold sounds good after a day in the fields!  Then find a seat at one of the long dining tables, and dig in. 

Dining at Market Hill is meant to be experienced family-style, enjoying good food and conversation and sharing stories from your day. After dinner, stay awhile to hear live music, performed most nights. It’s after-hours that vendors, designers and shoppers alike really get to unwind and have fun. Market Hill is more than a shopping destination; it’s a great place to hang out with clients and friends from all over the world.