These Are The Newest Food Halls You Need To Visit

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Food halls have enjoyed a popular resurgence in popular food culture. While places like Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market, Seattle's Pikes Place Market and San Francisco's Ferry Building have long been the flag bearers for US food halls, new players are redefining the category. Courtesy of Mike Field at Modern Cities, here is a look at new food halls that you may not have heard about, but need to visit immediately.



Flagship Commons – Omaha, NE



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One generally doesn’t light up with excitement when the words ‘Nebraska’ and ‘mall’ appear in the same sentence, but Flagship Commons has carved out a sophisticated, 21,000 square foot, culinary detour within Omaha, Nebraska’s Westroads Mall since opening in January 2016.



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The sleek space features rustic modern design elements that are all centered around a large, warm fireplace surrounded by plush lounge chairs, welcoming patrons to comfortably take refuge into a first-of its-kind Midwestern culinary experience.  



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Five new restaurant concepts have opened here, joining the expansion of three existing local eateries within Flagship Commons, blending an eclectic mix of both fast-casual and full service dining options. In addition to a dedicated bar, each food stall also serves a full menu of specialty cocktails and craft beer.

Notable concepts at Flagship Commons include Clever Greens- a custom salad station, and Weirdough Pizza- featuring Roman-style, square-cut pizza.

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