Aventura Mall’s Treats Food Hall to Debut this Winter with an Array of Unique Options

Nov. 1, 2017 – Aventura Mall’s Treats Food Hall will open this winter with an eclectic collection of nearly a dozen local and national eateries, including Miami’s first Figs by Todd English, the famed chef and restaurateur; Danny Meyer’s trendsetting Shake ShackLuke’s Lobster, a Northeast favorite that is expanding worldwide; and more.

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Located on the third level of Aventura Mall’s highly anticipated 315,000 square-foot expansion wing, Treats Food Hall will be both refined and seamlessly connected to its natural surroundings.  Enhanced by dramatic views and illuminated by natural light, the unconventional destination will be at once energized and calming. Abundant communal seating, including intimate banquettes and shared bar tables, will be interspersed around the space and a separate terrace is ideal for those wishing to dine al fresco.

“We’re creating an immersive dining experience that will be unlike any other,” said Jackie Soffer, Co-Chair and CEO of Turnberry Associates, owner and manager of Aventura Mall. “Treats Food Hall will be highlighted by design aesthetics, attention to detail, and a carefully selected collection of eateries, each with its own style and unique approach.”

Treats Food Hall will include:

Figs by Todd English
A concept by American celebrity chef, restaurateur and TV personality, Todd English, Figs is known for its traditional thin-crust, free-form pizzas. Based in Boston, the casual, bistro-style restaurant serves inventive and gourmet everyday food.

Shake Shack
Founded by Danny Meyer in New York City, the known and loved fast casual restaurant chain has quickly expanded nationally after opening its first outpost as a food cart inside Madison Square Park in 2004. At Aventura Mall, Shake Shack will be the perfect destination to indulge in delicious burgers, chicken, hot dogs, shakes, frozen custard and more.

Luke’s Lobster
A cozy, Maine-bred seafood shack, Luke’s Lobster is committed to serving simple dishes that highlight superior, sustainably-sourced ingredients. The brand, which is famous for its Lobster Rolls, as well as Crab and Shrimp Rolls, pairs its seafood with chowders and bisques, Maine-style sides, local desserts and natural sodas.

GOGO Fresh
Serving up everything from light and flavorful salads to Nutella-filled pies, GOGO makes all its food on-premises using premium and fresh ingredients. The minimalist, counter-serve café originated on Miami Beach and also offers a wide selection of empanadas.

My Ceviche
My Ceviche brings flavors from around the world together in perfect harmony. The first location debuted in South Beach and the brand has continued to expand all over Miami. Aventura Mall will be the seventh My Ceviche. Foodies love this cevichería for its ultra-fresh seafood…and chicken too.

ZUUK Mediterranean Kitchen
Founded by the same owners as My Ceviche, ZUUK was built on tradition. The owners bring the cooking they grew up with and crave on a daily basis to consumers. ZUUK is a hip and healthy option, offering Mediterranean eats and health-centric drinks.

Poké 305
This Brickell-based, Hawaiian-style outpost caters to those with a love of fresh food. The fast-casual eatery offers an assortment of fresh and organic ingredients, homemade sauces and unlimited combinations for made-to-order poké bowls and salads. The Aventura Mall location will be the second location for the year-old restaurant brand.

Hank & Harry’s Delicatessen
First opened on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, Hank & Harry’s is a NYC-inspired new-wave deli. Offering comfort food such as pastrami sandwiches, subs and matzo ball soup, it’s an ideal location for a hearty, grab-and-go meal.

Gourmet sliders made with locally sourced ingredients are at the center of this fast-casual spot’s menu. A national chain currently in five states, Sliderz offers a variety of sandwiches for all cravings – chicken, beef, fish, pork and vegetarian options are available.

Häagen Dazs
The renowned American ice cream brand established in the Bronx, New York has a passion for crafting the perfect flavors and creamiest textures using only the finest ingredients. With an ample selection of ice cream flavors and toppings, Häagen Dazs will satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.

The BŌL is known for its authentic Asian cuisine inspired by Chinese and Vietnamese recipes. The food is prepared using signature wok-cooking styles that complement Chinese and Vietnamese culinary influences using traditional Asian ingredients.

Taking shape on the east side of the property, Aventura Mall’s new three-level expansion wing is set to open this November. The new wing will create an inviting exchange between indoors and outdoors highlighted by the much-anticipated return of Zara, Florida’s first Topshop Topman store, and experiential, site-specific additions to the Arts Aventura Mall collection.

As visitors arrive, they will be awed by the monumental, nearly 93-foot tall, tubular Aventura Slide Tower by Carsten Höller that can be enjoyed from a distance or experienced by sliding down the sculpture. Gorillas in the Mist by The Haas Brothers will be comprised of three large-scale bronze gorillas and four massive bronze trees. The piece will functionally circulate water, creating a space that is peaceful, evocative and amusing for families.

In addition to the Food Hall, Aventura Mall’s new expansion wing will offer visitors numerous indoor-outdoor dining experiences sure to please any palate, including Tap 42 Kitchen & Bar, CVI.CHE 105, Serafina, Pubbelly Sushi, Genuine Pizza, Blue Bottle, Joe & The Juice, Le Pain Quotidien, Rosetta Bakery and more.

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