Miami Food Halls and Cultural Spaces

Miami Food Halls and Cultural Spaces, Miami, Florida (B)

There’s a trend sweeping the world, turning the old dine and drink concept on its head. No one wants to cram into a crowded bar at Happy Hour or wait for a table at the most popular restaurant in town anymore. People want something effortless and fun that offers variety and a nice atmosphere. Thus, the hipster food hall concept emerged. Miami’s food halls and cultural spaces provide a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a variety of different food and drink and sometimes live music.

These spaces, outdoor and indoor, allow people to rendezvous in a more casual fashion. You don’t have to worry about the exact number of people coming out, because the seating isn’t done by a stuffy hostess; it’s just a series of picnic tables or benches. There’s no need to agree on what you’re in the mood to eat; different vendors, stalls and trucks provide options for everyone.

If you don’t mind the unsightly look of cargo ships going up and down the Miami River (probably carrying at least a few bricks of cocaine), the string-lit deck of the Wharf is a good spot to hang out. It features a variety of food vendors offering everything from barbecue to donuts, though these options rotate. There’s a huge bar, live music or DJs, and you might occasionally be treated to random performers like jugglers. Sure, the nautical theme is kind of tacky and it’s way overhyped, but there aren’t a lot of places in the city where you can have a pizza and play table tennis. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Miami Food Halls and Cultural Spaces
Guide Location: USA » Miami
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • The Wharf
  • 1-800-Lucky
  • Wood Tavern
  • Wynwood Yard
  • Lincoln Eatery
  • Ms. Cheezious
  • Haulover Park

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