The South Florida food hall craze isn’t dead yet.
Shoma Bazaar, the food hall from the husband-and-wife team of developers Masoud and Stephanie Shojaee, is set to open in March with 15 different vendors in its 13,000 square foot space.
“We look forward to bringing a truly unique new dining and entertainment experience to Doral and making Shoma Bazaar a must-visit destination for locals and tourists alike,” said Masoud Shojaee, Chairman of Shoma Group.
The food hall features two bars and a mix of cuisines, including Asian (from Pubbelly Sushi, InRamen, and Poke MIA), Cuban (Doce Provisions), Mediterranean (Shahs of Kabob), and Italian (Ash Pizza and Trattoria Dal Plin).
You can also find burgers and fries at BFF Burgers and frozen treats at The Market Milkshake Bar, while those looking for savory delicacies from the sea can head to Ella’s Oyster Bar.
Like many vendors, Amin Ebrahimi, owner of Shahs of Kabob, is eagerly awaiting the opening.
“Being part of Shoma Bazaar was a game-changing opportunity for us,” he said. “It’s an honor to be at the forefront of such an innovative and creative concept.”
The food hall will also include The Bakery/Café, a take-out place that will open at 6:30 a.m. daily to satisfy morning cravings. You can grab bites, snacks, and coffee at Juice & Java (natural foods and juices), Sweet Manifesto (pastry, cakes, and sweets), and Tintto by Tributto (Colombian coffee and pastry).
There are two adult beverage concepts. Shoma Bar & Lounge, which showcases craft cocktails, has 30 bar seats and four mixology stations. It will host live performances and DJs and also includes a 25ft projected screen for sports, art installations and other visual images. Craft beer lovers can visit the Biergarten, which will sell local beers and international specialties.
Or: 9420 NW 41st St., Doral
Opening: March 11
Hours: 11am-10pm Sunday-Wednesday; 11am-11pm Thursday; 11am-midnight Friday and Saturday. Bakery/Café opens at 6:30 a.m. daily for take-out
More information: shomabazaar.com