Here are all the Texas-based vendors you can find at Meow Wolf Grapevine

By dani2011dhs@gmail.comMay 12, 2023No Comments

Here are all the Texas-based vendors you can find at Meow Wolf Grapevine

Meow Wolf, creator and operator of big interactive art spaces and lauded by Fast Company as one of the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2020 and 2022, has announced the food and beverage lineup for its Grapevine Mills location, which will become the company’s fourth when it opens this summer. All vendors are from Texas and most are from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Meow Wolf said in a release.

“These vendors were selected for their creativity, impact on their communities and their ability to not just feed visitors but contribute to the kaleidoscopic experience Meow Wolf is known for,” says Meow Wolf, which has locations in Denver, Las Vegas and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Mandy Cooper, director of operations for Meow Wolf Grapevine, says the company’s goal is to “provide economic opportunity that supports local-, women- and minority-owned small businesses. We have partnered with more than 15 local food and beverage artists to bring their flavors to Meow Wolf Grapevine. If you taste something you like, you can visit and support these businesses right here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.”

Meow Wolf‘s Grapevine vendors:

All Y’alls Foods (Cross Roads, Texas) – Plant-based proteins company that sells several flavors of vegan jerkyies and “Bacony Bits” and was born from the owner’s “love of cows.“ allyallsfoods.com

Blended Family Foods (Fort Worth) – “Family and food are at the heart of everything that the blended family behind the salsa and sauce company does.” blendedfamilyfoods.org 

Buzzed Bull Creamery – Locally-owned franchise of the Cincinnati company uses the power of liquid nitrogen to make premium ice cream. Buzzed Bull has a store in downtown Grapevine and plans a location in Fort Worth. Buzzedbullcreamery.com

Celestial Beerworks (Dallas) – Craft brewery “focuses on quality, collaboration and community involvement while bringing Texas the freshest, most delicious liquid possible.” celestialbeerworks.com

Celzo Corp. (Austin) – Makes aguas frescas, “lightly carbonated, vitamin-infused refreshment with an exotic flavor experience that captures the perfect combination of health and smart hydration,” Meow Wolf says. Celzodrink.com

Del Campo Empanadas (Fort Worth) – Argentinaborn Leo Gigante and Andrea Cacho bake empanadas that “represent their Argentinian roots and culture.” delcampoempanadas.com

GNS Foods (Arlington) – Family-run and women owned, Great Nut Supply Co. has been in business for more than 30 years. Greatnuts.com

Hive Bakery (Flower Mound) – Woman-owned bakery specializes in custom cakes and desserts for all occasions. facebook.com/hivebakery/

HTeaO (Grapevine) – Franchise “focused on community, exceptional customer service and offering the best Texas Tea money can buy,” Meow Wolf said. Hteao.com

JudyPie (Grapevine) – A tribute to the owner’s mother, it serves up sweet and savory pies and also donates pies and supplies every month to My Health My Resources of Tarrant County community center. Judypie.com

JuiceLand (Austin) – Encourages thecommunity to embracinge of health, wellness, and a plant-based diet. Locations in Austin, Houston, and Dallas. Juiceland.com

Mac &and Cream Bakeshop (McKinney) – French macaron bakery inspired by traditional French and Asian cultures. Macandcream.com

MELT Ice Creams (Fort Worth) – Woman-owned company specializes in handmade products, including “tasty riffs on your favorite classic ice creams,” Meow Wolf said. melticecreams.com 

Nikki’s Popcorn Co. (Dallas) – Woman-owned company has been popping corn for more than eight years and offers more than 70 flavors. Nikkispopcorn.com

Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters (Dallas) – Sources “high-quality, sustainable coffee and support(s) local initiatives. They also prioritize education by offering cuppings, classes and resources to help people learn more about the world of coffee,” Meow Wolf said. noblecoyotecoffee.com 

Peaberry Coffee (Dallas) – Family-owned Oak Cliff craft coffee shop also sells canned Kiestwood Iced Coffee. Peaberrycoffeeoc.comPurpose Tea (Dallas) – “Empowering goodness in health and the world.” Brand features healthy brewed tea made from the purple tea leaf. “Each purchase helps lift female tea workers from poverty.” purposetea.com