the Little Italy Food Hall is made up of six locally-driven food stations, a mobile outdoor chefs’ area with pop-up cooking demos and a hoppin bar. and it’s located in the Piazza della Famiglia, a 10,000 square foot open air piazza in the heart of San Diego’s Little Italy.

Listen to music on the piazza, Have a glass of wine, beer or cocktail and enjoy food from:

  • Mein Street Asian - mein street brings Asian comfort foods to the food hall - house made dumplings, ridiculously great wings and a taiwanese beef noodle soup that would make your taiwanese grandmother smile

  • Single fin Kitchen - Donburi is a Japanese rice bowl dish of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients served over rice - and single fin makes their amazingly fresh donburi bowls taste like heaven and look like artwork

  • Wicked Maine Lobster - Two brothers from the Atlantic coast have brought maine’s rich history and authentic food to little italy - and that translates into tremendous lobster rolls, crab rolls and chowder for everyone!

  • Roast meat & sandwich shop - Roast is a sandwich shop, a meat shop, and a place to pick up a last minute meal or a healthy salad

  • Ambrogio 15 - when three Milan friends decide a massive rotating turbo pizza oven and authentic Italian culture and cuisine belong in San Diego, the result can only be magnifico!!

  • Not Not Tacos - full disclosure, this FOOD STALL IS mine!! San Diego has amazing mexican food (especially tacos) and didn’t need more. so not not tacos are tacos with things like pastrami (try it with an over easy fried egg), korean short rib, meatloaf, smokey pork & mac n cheese and more nonsense. so they kinda beg the question: are they tacos or not? well, they’re not not tacos.

wanna check out the whole food hall? have a look right here