Florida’s largest food hall is slated to open this spring in Delray Beach, Florida. The Delray Beach Market by Menin Development will be four stories tall and 150,000 square feet, and it’s designed to call attention to Delray’s culinary landscape. The market is preparing to open less than a block south of Atlantic Avenue and will serve as a hub for the city.
Inspired by the town’s history as a travel and agricultural center, the hall will feature specialty food purveyors, innovative dining concepts, and creative food incubators centered on local and ethnic gastronomy. There will also be a creative beverage program, curated art and food exhibitions, and programming like live music and cooking classes.
Jordana L Jarjura, President and General Counsel for Menin Development, said, “It’s been years in development and it’s finally here, ready to be revealed and to play host to the nearly three million annual visitors to Delray Beach. We’ve worked hard to analyze and forecast what Delray Beach locals were missing and what our friends from around Florida and the country would love to patronize in a new model food hall, and placed it all within this single destination for food lovers to enjoy.”
The space will consist of a main hall, a central bar with a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, a craft beer bar on the ground floor with a variety of craft beer selections, and an open show kitchen on the mezzanine level.