Last edited 1:45 p.m., Dec. 4, 2023 [Editor's note: An exiting tenant has been added to the article.]
London Calling Pasty Co. is relocating its Battlefield Mall store to the new 14 Mill Market food hall in Nixa.
Neil Gomme and Carrie Mitchell, owners of London Calling, announced the move in a company Facebook post this morning.
"Food halls are taking over the United States," Mitchell said in a video included with the Facebook post. "They're great locations for unique food concepts. There are 10 at 14 Mill."
At 14 Mill Market, London Calling in January is scheduled to join a tenant mix that includes Not’cho Ordinary Taco and Queen City Soul Kitchen. Pie Paradiso is exiting, according to a 14 Mill spokesperson.
The $3.7 million, 12,000-square-foot food hall from Rich and Leah Callahan opened for business in June, according to past reporting.
London Calling's Battlefield Mall restaurant in the food court has been in operation for six years.
Gomme said in the video post that London Calling's legacy pasty food truck, as well as the newly added London Calling Fish & Chips truck, would continue operations in the Queen City.
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