Food halls are a great spot for foodies to sample a variety of cuisine under one roof. San Diego is home to a few, with more in the pipeline for 2019. Check these out on your next visit.
Located in a former Naval training building, the food hall and market boasts more than 30 artisans and vendors, plus a beer shop with up to 24 rotating craft beers on tap. Open daily. The food hall hosts live music on Sundays.
Situated in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood, the food hall features six stations plus a full bar. It’s conveniently located at the Piazza della Famiglia, a 10,000-square-foot, pedestrian-only outdoor plaza. The food hall isn’t limited to Italian cuisine. Visitors will find items including Asian fusion dishes and tacos.
Park Commons is set to open in San Diego’s Sorrento Valley in summer 2019. The 10,000-square-foot food hall will feature six vendors serving everything from burgers to poke. The space will also be available for corporate events and private parties.
Pan Y Sal
A former bread factory is now an artist space called Bread and Salt. In spring 2019, it will add a food hall, Pan Y Sal. Centered around a bakery and café, the space will also include a deli, brewery and 120-seat outdoor patio.
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