Not sure what a Food Hall is? Basically it's a glorified food court with amazing gourmet innovative concepts all in one place or a permanent food truck rally but indoors.
1-800-LUCKY, an Asian Food Hall, is one of many food halls coming to Miami - you'll see, it's THE NEXT BIG THING.
It is surely gong to be a madhouse since this is the first weekend it is open to the public but you should definitely join the chaos because it will be worth it!
The 10,000-square-foot space will serve up Asian cuisine including sushi, buns, peking duck, ramen, and dim sum. On the culinary roster:
Lotus + Cleaver, Chinese barbecue, wok classics and peking duck.
Hayato Miami, Shimuja’s new brand from Japan serving traditional ramen
Les Banh Amis, Miami’s first Vietnamese deli by Scott Linquist
MYUMI,the omakase food truck concept that has popped up throughout Wynwood
YIP, a concept by Gold Marquees Fine Chinese Cuisine, serving up dim sum
Poke OG, from Anaheim, California, will have poke bowls
Taiyaki, the Japanese fish-shaped ice cream cones that can be spotted Here
Along with the food, there will be a Lucky Records featuring a mix of old and new releases plus plenty of live weekly performances, along with the a small shop selling everything from water to lottery tickets and even some Asian snacks.Rumor has it that it might be the new Karaoke Hotspot as well!
1-800-LUCKY will be open this week from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. starting Wednesday, November 28. Beginning the week of December 4, it’ll start regular operating hours of 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. daily.
Want to join our next Food Tour featuring 1-800-LUCKY? Contact us at info@TheCorporateExperience.com