You’ve finally finished shopping when suddenly, all you can think about is food. We’ve all been there. When you need to refuel after a busy shopping day, it’s easiest to reach for a meal that’s quick and convenient – but we’re firm believers that convenience doesn’t mean you should ever have to sacrifice taste.
And that’s where Treats Food Hall comes in.
Located on the third level of the new wing, Treats Food Hall is comprised of an eclectic collection of delicious local and national dining concepts. It’s enhanced by dramatic views, illuminated by natural light, and a rooftop terrace that allows you to soak up the sun and enjoy a meal outdoors. Before you know it, you’ll be recharged and ready to dive back into your shopping day.
Read more about a handful of our Treats Food Hall eateries below:
Dare to resist this New York-based eatery’s juicy 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers and cage-free chicken, flat-top Vienna beef hot dogs, crispy crinkle-cut fries, spun-fresh frozen custard, signature “Shack Sauce” and more. Originally a hot dog cart in Manhattan’s Madison Square Park, the brand evolved into a permanent kiosk in the park in 2004 as a modern “roadside” burger stand. Now, with locations all across the nation, Shake Shack is a crowd favorite admired for its good ingredients (vegetarian fed, humanely raised and source verified Angus beef, with beef and chicken devoid of any added hormones or antibiotics) and its Stand for Something Good® mission.
ZUUK Mediterranean Kitchen is a Miami-based fast casual concept offering high-quality food deeply rooted in Mediterranean culinary traditions. Co-founded in 2016 by James Beard Award Nominee Chef Sam Gorenstein and former investment banker Roger Duarte, Zuuk offers fully-customizable bowls and salads with a wide variety of artfully curated ingredients from which to choose, including fresh greens, grains, proteins and veggies. Each combination of flavors is a fresh, made in-house, mouth-watering masterpiece.
Poké 305 specializes in traditional poké with a Latin twist, catering to individuals with a love of fresh and delicious food. The eatery, which opened in 2016, was conceptualized by Victoria Chediak, an accomplished University of Miami graduate with a strong ambition and passion for food. After following the poké trend from its Hawaiian origin to its explosive entrance into the continental U.S., Victoria decided to introduce this healthy and flavorful food trend to South Florida. Combining her fascination with the dish with her love of Latin flavors, Poké 305 was born as an introduction of poké to the people of Miami, offering an assortment of fresh and organic ingredients, homemade sauces and unlimited combinations.
Does this cult-followed eatery even need an introduction? Mouthwatering burritos, tacos, bowls and salads made from fresh, high-quality ingredients await at this popular fast-casual concept founded by a classically-trained chef. Chipotle uses genuine raw ingredients and their individual, delectable flavors – without any added colors, flavors, or preservatives. Food is sourced from farms rather than factories and is prepared morning to night by skilled crews using classic cooking techniques. Plus, in our opinion, there isn’t anything a dollop of the brand’s iconic hand-smashed, made-from-scratch guacamole can’t fix.
Hatched from the minds of chef Guy Fieri and renowned restaurateur, Robert Earl, Chicken Guy! finally answers the age old question of ‘‘what came first?’. Chicken Guy! features one-of-a-kind all-natural fresh chicken tenders, hand-pounded to maximize crunch and paired with a wide selection of delicious sauces. Brined in fresh lemon juice, pickle brine and buttermilk, and infused with fresh herbs, these tenders deliver on flavor and texture. Choose from a wide array of sauces created by Chef Guy to enjoy with your meal and sides.
Visit the best mall in Miami to enjoy a delicious meal at these acclaimed dining concepts. Additional Treats Food Hall eateries include Figs Pizza + Pasta by Todd English, GoGo Fresh, The BŌL, Trópico Cuban Kitchen, Little Brittany Creperie and Häagen Dazs, as well as the soon to open JRK! Jamaican cuisine.
For more information call 305-935-1110.