When it comes to food halls in Miami, I would say Miami has an over abundance of them at the moment. Lucky for Miami’s newest, The Citadel, they stand out in a crowded space of food halls in Miami.
The Citadel is Miami’s biggest food hall and is located in Miami’s Little River neighborhood. The ground floor of The Citadel is the food hall with 15 restaurant vendors and a bar. The Citadel is also home to a rooftop bar opening soon, a retail and maker space and office space for a communications company.
The Citadel literally has something for everyone including those picky eaters.
Here’s where you could eat from:
- 33 Kitchen – Peruvian food
- Ash! Pizza Parlor – Neapolitan pizza from the owners of Stanzione 87 in Brickell
- Bachour – Pastries from chef Anthony Bachour
- Bianco Gelato – Italian gelato shop
- Palmar – Modern Chinese
- Il Nuts – Roasted Israeli nuts, seeds and snacks
- Manjay – Caribbean Cuisine
- Meet ‘n cheese – Charcuterie
- Rare Burger – Burgers by 33 Kitchen
- Sakaya Kitchen Pop-Up by chef Richard Hales
- Taquiza – A Mexican taqueria from chef Steve Santana
- Vice City Bean – Coffee Bar
The Citadel is easily my new favorite food hall and it’s definitely worth a visit ASAP. If you’re worried about your little ones, don’t The Citadel is 100% kid friendly.
I’ve gone twice and can’t wait to visit again.
Here are some of the dishes I’ve had: