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New Doral Food Hall, Shoma Bazaar, Seeks Artisan Vendors
If you're a chef searching for a place to showcase your goods, Shoma Bazaar is signing new concepts to be part of the project. Slated to launch in early 2021, the 14,000-square-foot space, situated at the main entrance of the six-story rental community known as Sanctuary, will feature 15 stalls for artisan food vendors.
Shoma Bazaar's interior, designed by R&B in Wynwood.
Shoma Bazaar founder and president Masoud Shojaee, alongside vice president of development and operations John Hart, are excited to unveil their refined take on the food hall model to area residents — and restaurateurs.
"So many projects like this are thematic and uniform, where all stalls look basically the same, signage is uniform, and the food is similar," says Hart. "We have found this to be particularly the case in South Florida, and with Shoma Bazaar, we hope to create a culinary and visual adventure for guests to offer something unique and different at every turn."
An innovative food-hall concept has found a home in Doral, and its founders are looking for creative, forward-thinking vendors to help define a new wave of cultural amenities.