St. Roch Food Hall Debuts In The Miami Design District

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Interior of St. Roch Food Hall

Photo Credit: St. Roch MiamiAnother food hall has debuted in Miami, and this time it’s in one of Miami’s most fabulous locations—the posh Palm Court in the Miami Design District. St. Roch Food Hall, hailing originally from New Orleans, is now open for business in Miami and is offering some of the most competitive vendors around.

Elysian Seafood

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The perfect power lunch destination, St. Roch Food Hall sits atop Palm Court on its second floor, overlooking the gorgeous plaza filled with boutiques of the world’s finest watch brands. It’s fitting that with the recent transformation of the shopping and cultural destination, a food court of this caliber would end up here. It’s also following the city’s recent trend of food halls popping up throughout the hottest destinations.


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St. Roch boasts a minimalist design with sleek white, grey and gold accents illuminated by natural light from giant windows. It features custom design elements like waterfall-style marble countertops, tiled geometric backsplashes by UK designer Erika Wakerly and Mid-century inspired furnishings with walnut, gunmetal and gold finishes. Fixated at the center of the food hall is a free-standing bar called The Mayhaw, made with a custom scalloped wood shell. Additionally, the space features a rotating art exhibition. The first display is aptly from New Orleans’ native beat poet, Cubsthepoet. Guests are able to choose from both indoor and outdoor seating options.


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The food hall offers a range of cuisines, from southern comfort food to Peruvian-influenced sushi, or seafood, Israeli shawarma, tacos, vegan cuisine and so much more. A full list of the vendors includes:

  • Chef Chloe and the Vegan Cafe—New York-famous vegan food chain from chef Chloe Coscarelli known for savory and sweet vegan delicacies
  • Coop—Southern comfort food by Robert, Ruben and Giancarlo Rodriguez
  • Dal Plin—fresh pasta and Italian cuisine from Massimo and Elisabetta Tundo
  • Elysian Seafood—the go-to fresh seafood establishment from New Orleans, brought by Brandon Blackwell and Jennifer Sherrod
  • Hot Lime—craft taco and ceviche concept from Daniel Gonzalez, Jaime Villanueva and Carlos Padilla
  • Itamae—a Peruvian-influenced sushi and poke concept from Fernando Chang
  • Jaffa—Israeli cuisine brought by Yaniv Cohen, private chef and culinary director for Shiraz Events, also known as “The Spice Detective”
  • Sabal Coffee—high-quality, craft coffee from Chase Rodriguez
  • Sweet Blendz—smoothie and açai concept from Inbae Jin, previously known for making rounds on the Miami Farmer’s Market scene
  • The Mayhaw—classically-rooted spirits bar
  • Tran An—Vietnamese concept including classic chicken pho, salads, banh mi and more from John Nguyen
  • Yuzu—Asian cuisine featuring fresh and locally sourced ingredients with dishes like foie gras dumplings, pork belly ramen and more from Andrew Zarzosa
Hours of operation:
Sun – Thu, 8 am – 10 pm
Fri – Sat, 8 am – 11 pm

Phone: (786)-566-6656

St Roch Market Group Shot (Credit Andrea Lorena)
St Roch Market Group Shot

Photo Credit: Andrea Lorenat