Food Hall Guide


Combine the convenience and flexibility of a food court with quality, local foods and you have a food hall! More than a grab-n-go meal while shopping, these places are destinations.

Milwaukee Public Market

With unique, high-quality selections of artisan and ethnic products and freshly prepared foods, you’re sure to enjoy shopping the independent merchants of the market, located in the Historic Third Ward. (400 N. Water St.)


Crossroads Collective

Located in the heart of Milwaukee's lively East Side, this food hall is home to local food vendors ranging from Egg & Flour Pasta Bar, with its fresh, made-to-order pasta, to Scratch Ice Cream. There's also a full-service bar in the middle of the hall and, if you know where to look, you might even find a speakeasy tucked away in a back alley. (2238 N. Farwell Ave.)


Sherman Phoenix

A place of unrest has been transformed into a place of support and community in this North Side neighborhood. Sherman Phoenix provides quality commercial space to entrepreneurs of color, including several food vendors. Try Funky Fresh Spring Rolls, Lush Popcorn, Buffalo Boss, and more. (3536 W. Fond Du Lac Ave.)


3rd Street Market Hall

Scheduled to open this spring, Milwaukee’s newest food hall is the center of the reinvention of a downtown mall into The Avenue, home to historic office spaces, apartments, and more. The 3rd Street Market Hall offers burgers and custard, pizza, salads, and more. Tucked inside the market is the Photoverse, a selfie museum. (275 W. Wisconsin Ave.)


Coming Soon

Anticipated in 2022, Flour and Feed (2130 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.) will open on the first floor of an apartment building in the Bay View neighborhood. North Avenue Market (5900 W. North Ave.) will welcome 12 vendors when it opens the summer of 2022.

Article originally published on 1/8/2022