10 of the Most Delicious Food Halls in America
In these hallowed halls, variety is the spice of life.
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Melrose Market (Seattle)
La Centrale Food Hall (Miami)
Grand Central Market (Los Angeles)
Opened in 1917, Grand Central Market is a Los Angeles institution. Spread across its 30,000-square-foot arcade is everything from a traditional Latin grocery to an authentic Berlin currywurst spot. Sure, you can buy your week's worth of fruits and vegetables here, but as of the last few years, you'll also find some of LA's hippest food purveyors, including sandwich-focused Eggslut, modern Jewish delicatessen Wexler's Deli, falafel emporium Madcapra and more.