Food hall

A food hall is a large standalone location or department store section where food and drinks are sold.[1]

Confectionery counter, Harrods Food Hall, London
Eliseevsky Gastronom, Moscow

OverviewEdit

Unlike food courts made up of fast food chains, food halls typically mix local artisan restaurants, butcher shops and other food-oriented boutiques under one roof.[2] Food halls can also be unconnected to department stores and operate independently, often in a separate building.[citation needed]

The term "food hall" in the British sense is increasingly used in the United States.[3][4][5] In some Asia-Pacific countries, "food hall" is equivalent to a North American "food court", or the terms are used interchangeably. A food court means a place where the fast food chain outlets are located in a shopping mall.[6]

A gourmet food hall may also exist in the form of what is nominally a public market or a modern market hall, for example in Stockholm's Östermalm Saluhall[7] or Mexico City's Mercado Roma.

List of food hallsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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