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Look Around Miami’s First-Ever Food Hall, Debuting in Wynwood Tomorrow

1-800-LUCKY features seven food vendors, two bars and the neighborhood’s first convenience store

1-800-LUCKY, the first of many food halls coming to Miami this winter will officially debut to the public, Wednesday, November 29 at 143 NW 23rd Street.

The Asian food hall is the brainchild of the team behind Coyo Taco, Sven Vogtland and Alan Drummond, in partnership with Gaby Chiriboga. The 10,000-square-foot space will serve up Asian cuisine including sushi, buns, peking duck, ramen, and dim sum.

On the culinary roster Lotus + Cleaver, a new concept that provides Chinese barbecue, wok classics and peking duck; Hayato Miami, Shimuja’s (formerly in Baby Jane) new brand from Japan serving traditional ramen; Les Banh Amis, Miami’s first Vietnamese deli by Scott Linquist; MYUMI,the omakase food truck concept that has popped up throughout Wynwood; YIP, a concept by Gold Marquees Fine Chinese Cuisine, serving up dim sum; Poke OG, from Anaheim, California, will have poke bowls, and Taiyaki, the Japanese fish-shaped ice cream cones that can be spotted all over Instagram.

Along with the food, there will be a Lucky Records featuring a mix of old and new releases plus plenty of live weekly performances, along with the a small shop selling everything from water to lottery tickets and even some Asian snacks.

1-800-LUCKY will be open this week from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. starting Wednesday, November 28. Beginning the week of December 4, it’ll start regular operating hours of 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. daily.

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