Food Halls Collection
With the rising trend of having multiple food vendors under one roof, food halls satisfy our casual-but-still-quality cravings when eating out. Here are our top picks from across the globe.
We love the loose, free form nature of the layout in this celebration of all things Latino
Housed in an old cinema in Madrid, this is a food market for grown-ups, comfortable, loungy seating, great food with a great atmosphere especially when the live music gets going.
Ponce City Market
Love the name and the design - simple direct local spirit with global reach!
Opened in 2014 as a bit of a hybrid architectural mix of apartments, offices and dining and shopping. The market, cafes and restaurants are contained in its huge iconic horseshoe-shaped arc that’s a real draw!
Krog Street Market
A lovely location in a national urban American monument frankly’s hog dog stand is great!
Harrods Bake Hall
The new bake hall is an upscale modern take on traditional department food hall – wonderfully inspirational!
Copenhagen Street Market
Its on Paper Island so overlooks the city’s waterfront, it indoor and out door.
The original (I think) because of the dock side the perceived freshness of the product direct from importers as opposed to retainers!
Like the overall design simple and effected good use of the common space area however like Paper Island it gives great views!
Time Out Market
The mix between the food curation and entertainment gives a real destinational authority! Shame about the over-branding!
De Kalb Market Hall
Leading the way in the more hipster end of foodhalls in the US
Ferry Building Market Place
Simply great, if the ground floor level of South Wells was fully incorporated in to the redevelopment proposal then with the right mix of retail and F&B it’s probably the most similar after Chelsea Market.
The building is enchanting so brings a full experience and wish to discover. Love the mix of retail, smaller food markets with in the space and unit stalls, it is eclectic with energy and seems to continually evolve
Maltby Street Market
A much smaller market but very niche and driven by quality with restaurants/bars and stalls. The hustle and bustle with added antique shops makes it feel a very London experience
Massive selections of olive oils, nuts and local paprika as well as incredible fish and fresh vegetables. Mixed in are some incredible tapas bars