It’s no secret that Miami has some serious food hall fever happening, and the latest one to announce its forthcoming opening is Jackson Hall, a health centered food hall by the team behind The Wynwood Yard.
Getting its name from the surrounding Jackson Health District at 1050 NW 14th Street, it’ll be the first of its kind in an institutional healthcare setting. The space will feature five concepts including second locations of dellabowls, a plant-based bowl eatery, and Charcoal, a Josper-grill centric restaurant, both that originally launched at The Wynwood Yard.
Other concepts will include Levant, a Middle Eastern concept serving kabobs, shawarma and mezze; a Hawaiian poke bowl concept and Leo & Bloom Delicatessen, a modern variation of a deli offering soup, salad and sandwiches. The space will also include a Petit Marché market with grab-and-go items, either made in house or from local artisans. While the centerpiece to the space will be Radiate Apothecary + Bar at Jackson Hall, which will serve juices, smoothies, kombucha, elixirs, tonics, beer, wine and spirits.
The 10,000-square foot space will feature a tin ceiling, art by local muralists on the walls, a “positivity library” and edible plants. The third floor of the building will serve as a hydroponic farm in the months after Jackson Hall opens, with the goal of providing at least 1,000 pounds of greens, herbs and vegetables to the food hall each week.
The space will feature tech-enabled dine-in, delivery and catering options that will be available, such as on-screen ordering. Initial operating hours will be Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.