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By: Shayne Benowitz

For those hungry to sample a little bit of everything, there’s never been a better time to visit Greater Miami & Miami Beach. The food hall scene has fully arrived, with exciting new venues spanning from Doral to the Miami Design District, South Beach and beyond. No matter what you crave, Miami’s food halls are drawing crowds for their diverse, delicious dishes and buzzy scenes. Read on for your guide to the very best.

Poke OG at 1-800-LUCKY
Find Asian dishes and a fun vibe at 1-800-LUCKY

1-800-LUCKY, Wynwood

Situated in the heart of Wynwood, 1-800-LUCKY is a hip indoor-outdoor Asian food hall, home to a wide range of fast-casual eateries dishing up everything from dim sum to poke bowls, banh mi, ramen, sushi and pork buns. There’s also a cocktail bar and the Instagram-worthy Taiyaki NYC ice cream shop, serving fish-shaped cones swirling with colorful matcha ice cream and toppings resembling unicorn horns. Whether you swing by for lunch or arrive late at night when a live DJ typically presides over the scene, 1-800-LUCKY always promises a good time. You can even book a private karaoke room and sing your heart out with friends. 143 NW 23rd St., Miami, FL 33127

Sampler with prosciutto at The Citadel
Enjoy music, a rooftop and a variety of cuisines at The Citadel

The Citadel, Little River

The Citadel is part-food hall, part-marketplace, and all about community. It was developed inside a historic block-long 1950s MiMo (Miami Modern architecture) building in the Little River area, near Little Haiti. Here, you’ll find a dozen culinary concepts ranging from Manjay for Caribbean fare to Lil’ Laos for rustic Southeast Asian cuisine, and the Ash! Pizza Parlor for wood-fired Neapolitan pizza from the team behind Brickell’s Stanzione 87. This creative gathering place also has a rooftop bar that often hosts live music. 8300 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33138

The Lincoln Eatery, South Beach

Shoppers on Lincoln Road in South Beach 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. The lineup of restaurants includes a pizzeria, coffee shop and a healthy cafe for fresh salads and bowls, all crowned by the rooftop Sky Yard bar. 723 Lincoln Lane North, Miami Beach, FL 33139

MIA Market, Miami Design District

While the food hall situated inside the Miami Design District has changed names and management a few times through the years, the quality of its cuisine has remained stellar. Now dubbed MIA Market, it offers longtime favorites such as Jaffa for Israeli-influenced cuisine, Dal Plin for handmade pasta and Coop for delectable fried chicken, all under one stylish roof. Exciting newcomers include Umamiaplus for Japanese street food and Pomelo for fresh-pressed juices and salads. 140 NE 39th St., Suite 241, Miami, FL 33137

Oasis Wynwood

Situated in the heart of Wynwood on North Miami Avenue, Oasis Wynwood is a sprawling, lushly landscaped outdoor courtyard with colorful shipping containers doubling as mini restaurant counters. There’s also a stage for live music and DJ performances that go late into the night. The stack of shipping containers that house The Tower Bar was painted by Spanish muralist Antonyo Marest. Food vendors range from local favorites like Mr. Mandolin for fresh Mediterranean fare and Los Buenos taqueria by the Coyo Taco team, to New York’s iconic Prince Street Pizza. Tucked away in the back, Huacachina is a chic indoor lounge named for an oasis in Peru. 2335 N. Miami Ave., Miami, FL 33127

Shoma Bazaar, Doral

A food hall dedicated to local Miami talent, Shoma Bazaar spans 14,000 square feet in Doral. Its 15 vendors, anchored by the Shoma Bar & Lounge, include Chikin by renowned chef Michael Lewis, Ella’s Oyster Bar, and locals’ perennial favorite Pubbelly Sushi. With separate areas dedicated to different types of cuisine (think street food, Americana, raw bar, etc.) and ample indoor seating, the stylish space is designed to foster community. 9420 NW 41st St., Doral, FL 33178

Smorgasburg Miami, Wynwood

The venerable New York foodie extravaganza Smorgasburg has expanded its open-air food market format to a handful of other destinations. Smorgasburg Miami, located across the street from Wynwood Walls, is open every Saturday from noon to 7 p.m. You’ll find more than 60 food vendors from near and far serving up tasty dishes to thousands of hungry revelers. 2600 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33127

Interior of Time Out Market
Try top Miami restaurants at Time Out Market

Time Out Market, South Beach

With a prime South Beach location near Lincoln Road, Time Out Market Miami boasts a collection of more than 20 restaurants showcasing the best of Miami all under one roof. You’ll find a central bar and exciting concepts by such acclaimed local chefs as Michelle Bernstein, Jeremy Ford and Aitor Garate Berasaluze, as well as newcomer Clyde’s Caribbean and outposts of such favorite venues as Little Havana’s La Santa Taqueria and Azucar ice cream. 1601 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139

Treats Food Hall, Aventura

Aventura Mall upped the ante on the food court concept when it opened Treats Food Hall, featuring more than a dozen carefully curated eateries on the third floor of the mall’s east wing. Choose from such local favorites as Poke 305, Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen and YIP. You’ll also find outposts of Shake Shack, Chipotle and Häagen-Dazs here in Aventura. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, FL 33180

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