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Food Hall Mania Hits Florida

Before diving into a list, it is important to understand exactly what a food hall is. A food hall can be described in many ways. There’s food, drinks, shops, live music, markets, and much more. Typically, the space can be rented out for events or vendors to sell their art and crafted goods. The possibilities are truly endless. This trend has been sweeping the nation and Florida is no shy participant.


Tampa

Armature Works

Featured on Tampa’s stunning Riverwalk, Armature Works is an event space with a great selection of food to eat. They consider themselves a food-lovers’ dream and it is befitting. There is a true variety of vendors; 15 to be exact. Only one not offering food but is a small general store. There is a space called ‘Show + Tell’ which is used for cooking classes, and food events.  Armature Works also offers other attractions like an indie flea market, live music, and plenty of communal seating.

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INSTAGRAM @armatureworks_tampa
WEBSITE armatureworks.com


The Hall on Franklin

The unique dining experience offered at The Hall on Franklin is worth checking out. With seven different food options to choose from, this food hall features some of the best mixologists Tampa has to offer. This space does not offer any odd-shops. It does, however, offer the chance to “shop the space.” The entire Hall is offered for purchase. From its leather sofas to their chandeliers hanging. There’re also some great weekend special events like brunches and live music.

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INSTAGRAM @thehallonfranklin
WEBSITE thehallonfranklin.com


Orlando

East End Market

The East End Market shines as an epicenter in Orlando’s food scene. It features a market as the name would indicate. It features a fresh bread shop, freshly roasted coffee, and an immense amount of locally sourced goods. The food on site provides a nice assortment ranging from fresh pasta options to decadent sweets. The area offers community members a space to come together and interact with their local chefs, artisans, and craftsman.

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INSTAGRAM @eastendmkt
TWITTER @EastEndMkt
WEBSITE eastendmkt.com


Market on Magnolia

This location focuses primarily on food and drinks. Offering an impressive 40 tap bar, Market on Magnolia (or M.o.M.) features a total of 75 craft beers on hand. There’s also a plethora of cocktails available. The food is just as impressive, featuring wood fired pizza, a noodle shop, and a poke spot as well. The experience is rounded out with constant events on site and showings of local sport games.

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INSTAGRAM @MrktOnMagnolia
TWITTER @MrktOnMagnolia
WEBSITE marketonmagnolia.com


Miami

1-800-Lucky

An Asian food hub, a record store, and a convenient store, all combine to become 1-800-Lucky. This is heaven for any appreciator of Asian cuisine. Featuring Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Chinese dishes, the food is saliva inducing and truly satisfying. Truly, the options are immense, and one may want to bring an empty stomach that is sure to be filled. The soundtrack for this location is hip-hop heavy and there is even karaoke. 1-800-Lucky is house in the center of the Wynwood art district and stands as one of the top locations to visit.

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INSTAGRAM @1800lucky
WEBSITE 1800lucky.com


La Centrale

This Italian based food hall can be found in the Brickell area. There are 14 different food locations. They range from quick bites to sit down restaurants. There is also a massive Italian market featuring thousands of Italian distributors. There is a grand total of 500 different wines to be bought as well. If you decided to sit down and eat and want to shop, just simply give your waiter a shopping list. Knocking out two birds with one stone in a manner befitting of Brickell.

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INSTAGRAM @lacentralemiami
WEBSITE lacentralemiami.com

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