This food hall sits right in the middle of the Rino neighborhood, and has a nice variety of stuff to choose from (pizza, sandwiches, seafood, sandwiches, and ice cream, to name a few), as well a full bar with plenty of seating. It’s a nice spot to grab a drink and snack and hang around for a bit during the day. The price points are a little higher than similar markets around town (Avanti, Stanley Market), but it’s a great option if you’re around the arts district.
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