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Little Italy Food Hall Opens with Six Vendors

The new venue touts local vendors from Sam the Cooking Guy to Ambrogio15 pizza


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Photo by Auda & Coudayre Photography

It may seem Little Italy needs anything but more food, but the city’s dining mecca hasn’t had many to-go options. Little Italy Food Hall fills that niche.

The nearly 6,000-square-foot space in the new Piazza della Famiglia boasts Not Not Tacos from Sam the Cooking Guy (curried egg salad tacos); Roast Meat & Sandwich Shop (porchetta sandwiches), Ambrogio15 (a pizza star from Pacific Beach); Single Fin Kitchen (seafood from a former Nobu cook); Mein St. Asian Kitchen (modern spins on comfort food); and Wicked Maine Lobster (rolls).

There’s a performance space for cooking demos and live music, and a full bar serving Italian cocktails, craft beer, and wine. It’s like a walk-in vending machine of good food.

550 West Date Street, Little Italy 

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