Another day, another food hall—or so it seems that way with the new spate of dining destinations popping up around town. The latest concessionaire, though, isn’t just trying to bring you numerous vendors in one place, it aims to provide access to nutritious and affordable food.
Jackson Hall, opening within the Jackson Medical District tomorrow, is Miami’s first healthy food hall, featuring six good-for-you concepts curated by Wynwood Yard founder Della Heiman and chef and restaurateur Ken Lyon. The pair brings their respective signature eateries from the Wynwood Yard, della bowls and Charcoal, plus three new cafes: Levante, a Middle Eastern spot; Little Island, serving Hawaiian poké bowls; and Leo & Bloom Delicatessen.
Radiate Apothecary + Bar is Jackson Hall’s main beverage bar, doling out fresh juices, smoothies, elixirs, tonics and even beer and wine. A Petite Marché market is stocked with packaged wholesome meals for diners on the go. Jackson Hall’s holistic approach to well-being extends to retail, too—there’s a Positivity Library by Books & Books that stocks uplifting tomes for all age groups and The Garden Box, an artisanal shop selling an assortment of nature-inspired gifts.
Jackson Hall is located at 1050 NW 14th Street and opens Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm. And proximity to Jackson Memorial and University of Miami hospitals notwithstanding, the food hall welcomes all—not just hungry patients escaping another serving of gruel.
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