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Yet Another Food Hall Concept is Coming to Miami

Famed New Orleans food hall, St. Roch Market, expands to Miami 

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Rendering of the St. Roch Market Miami

Miami just can’t seem to quit its food hall love. On the tales of nearly half a dozen food halls being announced in the Magic City, another is being added to the line up: famed New Orleans-based food hall, St. Roch Market.

Setting up shop in the second floor of the Miami Design District’ Palm Court (140 NE 39th Street) in early 2018, it’ll feature 10 “unique food options,” a craft cocktail bar called Mayhaw Bar, plus a coffee and a raw bar. No word on the actual vendors for the space quite yet, but the owners hope to showcase local Miami talent and small businesses.

This marks the third city that St. Roch Market will have a presence in, following its original New Orleans location, which debuted in 2015, and a Nashville location that is currently in the works.

With the addition of St. Roch Market it seems as if there will be a food hall in just about every part of town including the massive Italian food hall heading to Brickell City Centre, the Time Out Market and Lincoln Eatery heading to South Beach, Aventura Mall’s upcoming food hall and the Citadel’s food hall in Little River.