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Sunset Place Gets a New Food Hall, Yumbrella

New eatery pays homage to Miami’s first 1970’s-era food hall by the same name

Yumbrella/Official Press Photo

Yet another food hall has arrived in South Florida — and this one is inspired by what by many people consider Miami’s original food hall, which debuted in the 1970s called Yumbrella. The modern-day Yumbrella (5701 Sunset Drive) spans 6,500-square-feet and features seven restaurants inside The Shops at Sunset Place.

Chicken sandwiches from Cracked
Yumbrella/Official Press Photo

The new Yumbrella is comprised food outposts ranging from American fare, to Asian cuisine and Latin American dishes, paired up with cocktails, and baked desserts and ice creams. Vendors include Cracked by Chef Adrianne with American-style dishes like chicken sandwiches, steak and cheese sandwiches, and fries; an outpost of ceviche and sushi spot, Dr. Limon Express; grilled cheese eatery Killer Melts; noodle bar Noods; food truck turned brick-and-mortar King of Racks BBQ; dessert outpost The Beverly and cocktail bar, The Tonic.

Aside from the seven restaurant outposts, the space also boasts a stage for DJ music, live performances and karaoke and a private room for events. Yumbrella is now open seven days a week, Sundays through Thursdays from 11 a.m. until midnight and on Fridays and Saturdays from 2 a.m.