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The New Doral Food Hall Aspires To Be The Future Local Hangout

Shoma Bazaar, the food hall from the husband-and-wife team of developers Masoud and Stephanie Shojaee, was opened in March with 15 different vendors in its 13,000-square-foot space. 

The food hall includes two bars and a blend of different cuisines including Asian (from Pubbelly Sushi, In Ramen and Poke Mia), Cuban (Doce Provisions), Mediterranean (Shahs of Kabob) and Italian (Ash Pizza and Trattoria Dal Pin). Clients can find burgers and fries at BFF Burgers and ice-cream treats at the Market Milkshake Bar, while those looking for delights from the sea check out Ella’s Oyster Bar.

Masoud Shojaee said: “We look forward to bringing a new and truly unique dining and entertainment experience to Doral and making Shoma Bazaar a must visit destination for both local and tourists. Being a part of Shoma Bazaar has been a groundbreaking opportunity for us. It’s an honor to be at the forefront of such innovative and creative concepts!”

Shoma Bazaar will also feature the Bakery/Café, a place to grab-and-go, and open daily to satisfy early morning cravings clients, to be able to grab bites, snacks and coffee from Juice & Java (natural foods and juice) Sweet Manifesto (pastry, cakes and confections), and Tinto by Tribute (Colombian coffees and pastry).

There are 2 adult beverage concepts: Shoma Bar & Lounge, which highlight craft cocktails, 30 bar seats and 4 mixology situations. It will host a live performance and DJS and features a 25-foot projected screen for sports, art installations and other visual imagery. Craft beer lovers can relax at Biergarten, which will sell local brews and international favorites.

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