Public Hall

Opened in 2018, Public Hall is part of a collective in Aggieville located near the Moro and 11th Street intersection. In addition to Public Hall, there is access to a rentable space and Orange Sky Yoga.

One of the newer places in Aggieville is Public Hall. Opened in 2018, Public Hall is part of a collective in Aggieville located near the Moro and 11th Street intersection. In addition to Public Hall, there is access to a rentable space and Orange Sky Yoga. Immediately when you walk in you call feel the “Vibe” that is Public Hall! Cool but casual, comfortable but classic.

I could totally see myself meeting not only meeting clients at Public Hall but also my family and friends! Their drink menu and Queso Dip is going to make me NEED to go back with some girlfriends for a GNO! Public Hall invites one of my favorite places, Picadilli Farms, to have a Pop-Up restaurant from time to time. Make sure you follow them on their Facebook and Instagram so you can make sure you know when the next Pop-Up is.

I could totally see myself meeting not only meeting clients at Public Hall but also my family and friends! Their drink menu and Queso Dip is going to make me NEED to go back with some girlfriends for a GNO!

When I decided I needed to start working my way through all the Breakfast Burritos I could find in town, Public Hall came up in conversation so it was put on the list. It was actually my husband’s and my first time there. We checked out the menu, but both decided to try the burrito and various dipping sauces. After we ordered we headed to a couple of the tables out front to wait and enjoy the beautiful morning!

The burritos were a nice size if you were on the go and big enough to be filling. They were filled with sausage, eggs, and peppers which was a nice surprise since some places skip on the fillings. The tortilla was pressed to give a nice crunch and a little texture! My favorite sauces were the Burrito Sauce and Avocado. I enjoy a little bit of spice, so these were just the right mix for me to add to my burrito.

My favorite sauces at Public Hall for their Breakfast Burritos are the Burrito Sauce and Avocado. I enjoy a little bit of spice, so these were just the right mix for me to add to my burrito.

You might notice there is not much indoor seating at Public Hall, but fear not, there is a HUGE patio with tables out the backdoor that is covered. Spending time on the patio also allows you to enjoy their enormous mural, which lets you know to, “Smile, You’re In Manhappiness!” It is one of my favorite Murals in Manhattan.

As always, if you have been to Public Hall and have a favorite, comment below and let me know! I am pumped to work my way through their menu!!

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