The Scoop On Miami Food Halls

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By: Shayne Benowitz

The latest culinary craze has swept Miami and a wealth of food halls have opened in short order. From Italian to Asian to health food, these food halls are drawing crowds for their diverse, delicious dishes and buzzy atmosphere. Read on for your guide to Miami’s best food halls.

Time Out Market

After the success of their inaugural Time Out Market in Lisbon, Time Out magazine set their sites on South Beach for their next endeavor. With a prime South Beach location near Lincoln Road, Time Out Market Miami introduces a collection of 20 top Miami restaurants and a central bar all under one roof. Think, Kush burgers, Coyo Taco and Miami Smokers sausage, as well as new concepts by acclaimed local chefs, like Giorigo Rapicavoli, Jeremy Ford and Norman Van Aken.

The Lincoln Eatery

Shoppers on Lincoln Road have more options than ever for a bite to eat while cruising the pedestrian mall. The Lincoln Eatery offers a collection of fast and affordable dining options inside a 5,000-square-foot space with plenty of seating. Their lineup of restaurants includes a pizzeria, coffee shop and a healthy café offering fresh salads and bowls, as well as the latest outpost of the cult favorite Cake Thai.

La Centrale

La Centrale opened inside Brickell City Centre as Miami’s first Italian food hall. Spanning three floors and 38,000 square-feet, it boasts three formal restaurants, each uniquely dedicated to seafood, meat and seasonal vegetables, which are integrated into dishes highlighting different regions of Italy. The ground floor is home to a marketplace, café and pizzeria, while the top floor boasts a wine shop, enoteca and Venchi gelateria. A piazza-like aperitivo bar on the second floor acts as the perfect gathering place for an Aperol spritz shopping break.

The Wharf Miami

The Wharf Miami is a nautical-themed, open-air space on the Miami River that plays host to a wide variety of Miami’s best food trucks on a rotating basis. Complete with a central bar, wooden docks with lounge chairs and an AstroTurf lawn with Adirondack chairs and a Ping-Pong table, they host live music, DJs and special events. Food options range from fresh fish and raw bar to pizza, tacos, barbecue and donuts with new vendors added to the roster constantly.

Central Fare at Miami Virgin Central

Connecting Miami to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach by high-speed rail, Virgin Trains USA is rolling out a food hall concept inside its Virgin Miami Central station in the heart of Downtown Miami. La Estacion American Bistro by Juvia Group has already opened as the anchor restaurant of Central Fare, as well as Parliament Coffee & Espresso Bar, Bucks Crepes, Rosetta Bakery and Bio Bio Gelato. More restaurants are on the horizon including 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen and World Famous House of Mac.

1-800-LUCKY

1-800-LUCKY is a trendy indoor-outdoor Asian food hall in the heart of Wynwood home to a wide range of fast-casual eateries dishing up dim sum, poke bowls, banh mi, ramen, sushi, pork buns and more. There’s also a cocktail bar and an Instagram-worthy Taiyaki NYC ice cream shop, serving up fish-shaped cones swirling with colorful matcha ice cream and toppings resembling unicorn horns.

St. Roch Market

The fashionable Design District has another reason for shoppers to linger in the neighborhood. St. Roch Market is found inside Palm Court with ten distinct dining options, as well as a cocktail bar and coffee shop. Be sure to sample Israeli-influenced cuisine from Jaffa, handmade pasta from Dal Plin, fried chicken from Coop and end your visit with vegan sweets from Chef Chloe.

The vShops

Located in the heart of Coconut Grove, The vShops is Miami’s first plant-based food hall with a collection of fast-casual restaurants serving up ethically-sourced vegan dishes, including Choices Café, Next Generation Pizza, Southern Sol Garden BBQ and Tank Burger Bar. It’s the perfect addition to the neighborhood that’s already brimming with yoga studios and healthy cafes.

The Citadel

The Citadel is a 60,000-square-foot space designed as part-food hall, part-marketplace and part-workspace in Little River. Housed inside a historic MiMo building from the 1950s, you’ll find 15 culinary concepts including blue masa tacos from Taquiza, modern Chinese dishes at Palmar and wood-fired Neapolitan pizza at Ash! Pizza Parlor from the owners Brickell’s Stanzione 87. The creative gathering place also boasts a rooftop bar where they often host live music.

Treats Food Hall

Aventura Mall upped the ante on the food court concept when they opened Treats Food Hall featuring a dozen carefully curated eateries on the third floor of the mall’s newly expanded east wing. As one of the nation’s largest shopping malls, there’s always a need for more delicious dining options. Choose from local favorites, like Poke 305, Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen, GoGo Fresh and My Ceviche. You’ll also find Shake Shack, Chipotle, Luke’s Lobster and Haagen Dazs here.

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