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Shoma Bazaar, one of Miami’s many food halls.
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14 South Florida Food Halls, Markets, and Yards, Mapped

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Shoma Bazaar, one of Miami’s many food halls.
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Only those living under a rock may have missed that Miami’s culinary scene has become the epicenter of attention. With countless new restaurants opening and established spots thriving, it’s a great time to grab a bunch of friends and dine out. But what if you can’t quite decide on what cuisine to enjoy? For moments like those—or simply the opportunity to sample a bit of everything under one roof—the Magic City’s ample selection of food halls shines.

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Treats Food Hall

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Shoppers at upscale Aventura Mall can refuel with multiple options like Yalla Motek, Tacology Express, Doggi’s Arepa Bar, Jrk!, and Sproutz. Grab a spot indoors or on the shaded patio while planning what stores to hit next.

The Citadel

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Little River’s souped-up version of the food hall concept, the Citadel, delivers more than tasty eats. A rooftop bar, makers’ market, and creative roster of workshops round out the community hangout, along with representation from local hot spots like USBS, Ash Pizza, and Vice City Bean.

The Doral Yard

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The team behind the now-shuttered Wynwood Yard has taken their talents to Doral with Doral Yard, an indoor food hall with plenty of vendors, a cocktail bar, and even a full-service restaurant on-site. Whether it is Venezuelan rotisserie chicken or customizable Hawaiian poke bowls, there’s plenty on-hand to dine on.

Mia Market Miami

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In the heart of the fashionable Design District lies a tidy gem with a curated selection of high-end vendors. For some of the city’s best sushi (that you won’t have to take out a second mortgage on the house to enjoy), head to Sushi Yasu Tanaka. Chef Yanin Cohen (aka The Spice Detective) has an outpost of his Israeli-inspired restaurant Jaffa for those craving Mediterranean fare. There’s solid Italian (Trattoria Dal Plin) for all carb needs, cocktails, coffee, and sweet treats.

Shoma Bazaar

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The brainchild of real estate developer Shoma Group, this Doral food hall opened close a year ago with a wide array of vendors ranging from Venezuelan Doggi’s Arepa Bar, fusion Sushi Sake, and Trattoria Dal Plin. Shoma Bazaar also houses a cocktail bar with an extensive cocktail program offering nightly happy hours and weekly live music programming. Ample parking ($1 for the first two hours) appeals to this modern, fun spot.

Smorgasburg Miami

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Only open on Saturday and Sunday, this outdoor food venue in the heart of Wynwood makes for a fun weekend excursion. Be sure to bring a hearty appetite — with over 60 unique and ever-rotating selections of vendors, eating becomes a sporting event.

Oasis Wynwood

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Dubbed as an events venue, this trendy space has a large courtyard with comfy seating surrounded by dining options like Mr, Mandolin, Chikn, and Buya — all housed in colorful shipping containers and a bustling bar. Three venues can be found in the only indoor space: Ms. Crispy Rice, Papi Churros, and Poke OG. There’s a stage and a full lineup of concerts, making this a one-stop shop for a night out.

1-800-Lucky

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Fans of Asian fare know to head to this buzzing Wynwood staple for top food and drink choices. With 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor seating, this food hall, with an equally lively bar, DJ, and karaoke area, promises a good time. Restaurants include Gold Marquess (don’t miss the Peking duck), B Side, serving sushi rolls from the talented Itamae team, and Jeepney, a New York transplant serving Filipino dishes like Pork Sisig: triple-cooked pork belly, red onion, ginger, garlic, chilies, and egg, served in a sizzling skillet with rice. End with ice cream and a selfie.

The Lincoln Eatery

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Conveniently located next to one of Miami Beach’s most popular pedestrian areas, this busy food hall appeals to every craving, whether it’s a burger from Crazy Good Kitchen, ceviche from the talented chef Nilton Castillo of Cilantro 27, or an Instagram-worthy crepe from Stephanie’s Crepes.

Alton Food Hall

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Thanks to the vast dining options here, just about every craving will be satisfied at this Miami Beach food hall. With a focus on supporting local restaurants, guests can dine at spots like Moonbowls (Korean), Holy Moly Mac & Cheese, Di Pot Jamaican, and Wingstop. Its on-site bar Airmail serves handcrafted cocktails to happy imbibers.

Casa Tua Cucina

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The friendly sister outpost of the esteemed Casa Tua Restaurant in Miami Beach, a visit at Casa Tua Cucina feels like a behind-the-scenes tour of the neighborhood trattoria. With an open kitchen showcasing Italian dishes like pasta, bread, charcuterie, pizza, and lots of wine, this Saks Fifth Avenue spot serves as the ideal locale for an after-work aperitif or mid-shopping spree splurge.

Wynwood Marketplace

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Those planning a trip to Wynwood may want to visit this open-air venue offering food, entertainment, and shopping. Housed in shipping containers, restaurants include Pink Paloma (tacos and tequila), WynBrgr (burgers and fries), Disco Pizza, and Bonitas (arepas and tequeños). To ensure the party never stops, there are plenty of cocktail options and outdoor entertainment at thedeck.

Julia & Henry's

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Julia & Henry’s, a massive, seven-story food hall with 26 vendors, is now open in Downtown Miami. It is housed in a historic 1936 building and offers various cuisines, from James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein’s fried chicken to Michelin-star Japanese dining. The space, named after Miami’s founders, also features a wine bar, craft beer market, speakeasy bar, and weekly themed events like Monday game nights, “Creative Tuesdays,” and live music performances that keep things fun. At the same time, the complimentary on-site childcare service (two hours for kids 4-12) is an added perk for young families.

Okeydokey Miami

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Brickell’s Okeydokey offers a dynamic blend of dining and nightlife in a three-story space. Housing six kitchens and three bars, including a hidden patio bar that boasts daily happy hour, visitors can enjoy diverse options like Little Bird’s Miami flavors, Yoso Ramen’s Japanese fare, MAC’s Asian kitchen, and Coffee Break’s café offerings. A third-floor adult-only area featuring an extensive cocktail program and live music is worth a visit.

Treats Food Hall

Shoppers at upscale Aventura Mall can refuel with multiple options like Yalla Motek, Tacology Express, Doggi’s Arepa Bar, Jrk!, and Sproutz. Grab a spot indoors or on the shaded patio while planning what stores to hit next.

The Citadel

Little River’s souped-up version of the food hall concept, the Citadel, delivers more than tasty eats. A rooftop bar, makers’ market, and creative roster of workshops round out the community hangout, along with representation from local hot spots like USBS, Ash Pizza, and Vice City Bean.

The Doral Yard

The team behind the now-shuttered Wynwood Yard has taken their talents to Doral with Doral Yard, an indoor food hall with plenty of vendors, a cocktail bar, and even a full-service restaurant on-site. Whether it is Venezuelan rotisserie chicken or customizable Hawaiian poke bowls, there’s plenty on-hand to dine on.

Mia Market Miami

In the heart of the fashionable Design District lies a tidy gem with a curated selection of high-end vendors. For some of the city’s best sushi (that you won’t have to take out a second mortgage on the house to enjoy), head to Sushi Yasu Tanaka. Chef Yanin Cohen (aka The Spice Detective) has an outpost of his Israeli-inspired restaurant Jaffa for those craving Mediterranean fare. There’s solid Italian (Trattoria Dal Plin) for all carb needs, cocktails, coffee, and sweet treats.

Shoma Bazaar

The brainchild of real estate developer Shoma Group, this Doral food hall opened close a year ago with a wide array of vendors ranging from Venezuelan Doggi’s Arepa Bar, fusion Sushi Sake, and Trattoria Dal Plin. Shoma Bazaar also houses a cocktail bar with an extensive cocktail program offering nightly happy hours and weekly live music programming. Ample parking ($1 for the first two hours) appeals to this modern, fun spot.

Smorgasburg Miami

Only open on Saturday and Sunday, this outdoor food venue in the heart of Wynwood makes for a fun weekend excursion. Be sure to bring a hearty appetite — with over 60 unique and ever-rotating selections of vendors, eating becomes a sporting event.

Oasis Wynwood

Dubbed as an events venue, this trendy space has a large courtyard with comfy seating surrounded by dining options like Mr, Mandolin, Chikn, and Buya — all housed in colorful shipping containers and a bustling bar. Three venues can be found in the only indoor space: Ms. Crispy Rice, Papi Churros, and Poke OG. There’s a stage and a full lineup of concerts, making this a one-stop shop for a night out.

1-800-Lucky

Fans of Asian fare know to head to this buzzing Wynwood staple for top food and drink choices. With 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor seating, this food hall, with an equally lively bar, DJ, and karaoke area, promises a good time. Restaurants include Gold Marquess (don’t miss the Peking duck), B Side, serving sushi rolls from the talented Itamae team, and Jeepney, a New York transplant serving Filipino dishes like Pork Sisig: triple-cooked pork belly, red onion, ginger, garlic, chilies, and egg, served in a sizzling skillet with rice. End with ice cream and a selfie.

The Lincoln Eatery

Conveniently located next to one of Miami Beach’s most popular pedestrian areas, this busy food hall appeals to every craving, whether it’s a burger from Crazy Good Kitchen, ceviche from the talented chef Nilton Castillo of Cilantro 27, or an Instagram-worthy crepe from Stephanie’s Crepes.

Alton Food Hall

Thanks to the vast dining options here, just about every craving will be satisfied at this Miami Beach food hall. With a focus on supporting local restaurants, guests can dine at spots like Moonbowls (Korean), Holy Moly Mac & Cheese, Di Pot Jamaican, and Wingstop. Its on-site bar Airmail serves handcrafted cocktails to happy imbibers.

Casa Tua Cucina

The friendly sister outpost of the esteemed Casa Tua Restaurant in Miami Beach, a visit at Casa Tua Cucina feels like a behind-the-scenes tour of the neighborhood trattoria. With an open kitchen showcasing Italian dishes like pasta, bread, charcuterie, pizza, and lots of wine, this Saks Fifth Avenue spot serves as the ideal locale for an after-work aperitif or mid-shopping spree splurge.

Wynwood Marketplace

Those planning a trip to Wynwood may want to visit this open-air venue offering food, entertainment, and shopping. Housed in shipping containers, restaurants include Pink Paloma (tacos and tequila), WynBrgr (burgers and fries), Disco Pizza, and Bonitas (arepas and tequeños). To ensure the party never stops, there are plenty of cocktail options and outdoor entertainment at thedeck.

Julia & Henry's

Julia & Henry’s, a massive, seven-story food hall with 26 vendors, is now open in Downtown Miami. It is housed in a historic 1936 building and offers various cuisines, from James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein’s fried chicken to Michelin-star Japanese dining. The space, named after Miami’s founders, also features a wine bar, craft beer market, speakeasy bar, and weekly themed events like Monday game nights, “Creative Tuesdays,” and live music performances that keep things fun. At the same time, the complimentary on-site childcare service (two hours for kids 4-12) is an added perk for young families.

Okeydokey Miami

Brickell’s Okeydokey offers a dynamic blend of dining and nightlife in a three-story space. Housing six kitchens and three bars, including a hidden patio bar that boasts daily happy hour, visitors can enjoy diverse options like Little Bird’s Miami flavors, Yoso Ramen’s Japanese fare, MAC’s Asian kitchen, and Coffee Break’s café offerings. A third-floor adult-only area featuring an extensive cocktail program and live music is worth a visit.

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