New Miami food halls set to open in Wynwood and Aventura
Miami’s culinary scene continues to explode with the announcement of two dining rooms, both of which are expected to open in the coming months.
First, a marketplace called 1-800-LUCKY will open its doors later this month in Wynwood at 143 Northwest 23rd Street. It’s next to the butcher shop and one block from Coyo Taco. his team from Sven Vogtland and Alan Drummond in collaboration with Gaby Chiriboga; launched the Asian market.
10,000 square feet will house a variety of grocery vendors, including Taiyaki’s fish-shaped Japanese ice cream cones, a karaoke bar, a small theater for private events, LUCKY Records, and the neighborhood’s first grocery store. According to the press release, the design was inspired by the “pop-industrial look of the 80s”, using materials such as iron, concrete, neon lights and vinyl.
Next up we have the Treats Food Hall, which opens in the Aventura Mall this winter. Their list of nearly a dozen vendors includes figs from Todd English, Shake Shack, and Luke’s Lobster. It’s located on the third floor of the mall’s 315,000-square-foot extension wing, which also features a terrace.
Treats Food Hall
Outside the new space, a 93-foot-long installation called Aventura Slide Tower will be created, designed by Carsten Höller and which will allow visitors to actually swirl down the mammoth work of art. In addition, the Haas brothers created a water sculpture called Gorillas in the Midst, which shows three large-format bronze gorillas and four bronze trees.
Grocery halls are popping up all over Miami: La Centrale opens in downtown Brickell in December, while Time Out Market Miami and The Lincoln Eatery prepare to open in South Beach.
Eater Miami offers you a detailed overview of the 1-800-LUCKY suppliers. The same goes for Treats Food Hall.
Representation of the outside area with the Aventura Slide Tower