Explore the Top 20 Food Halls across the nation, why New York is now the Food Hall Capital of the World, what’s helped to drive the movement’s growth, and what it means for the retail real estate industry.
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Explore the Rise of This Dynamic Dining Trend and “Foodie Culture"
The Food Hall concept started in Britain, and is now spreading across America to serve up a variety of authentic meals with high-quality ingredients, offered by a thoughtful mix of vendors in one large venue. Dining options vary from white tablecloth to casual urban street food. Customers can sample world-renowned, chef-driven fare or food from local start-ups, or they can purchase fresh, unprepared artisanal ingredients in a market setting.
Food Halls are part of the ongoing “foodie culture,” embraced particularly by Millennials—digital-savvy consumers who are active and vocal proponents of sustainability, “farm-to-fork,” and the “slow food” movement.
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