Miami Officially Has Another Food Hall

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How many food halls is too many food halls for one town you ask? No such thing. At least in Miami. The Lincoln Eatery has officially arrived to South Beach, joining the ranks of other SIXTY-approved hotspots like La Centrale, 1-800-Lucky, and St. Roch Market.

Photo courtesy of @r.d.p.3 via Instagram.

The sprawling space, clocking in at nearly 10,000 square feet, hosts local faves like coffee shop XO Espresso Bar, Thai restaurant Cake Thai Kitchen, and the liquid nitrogen ice cream outfit known as ChillN. There are also some names you might not have heard before, like Fresh Garden Bowls (salads), Marble & Rye (sandwiches), and The Tavern (booze). It’s a one-stop shop for sweet, savory, and thensome. Later this year, expect a few more dining options, as well as a rooftop terrace for alfresco eating.

Photo courtesy of @cleartitlegroup via Instagram.

The Lincoln Eatery is open every day from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., and it’s just a 13-minute walk from Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel. Good excuse to indulge big time and plan on burning everything off on a brisk and speedy walk home.

Header photo courtesy of @necessarypurveyor via Instagram

The Lincoln Eatery
723 Lincoln Ln N
Miami Beach, FL 33139



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