A Second Shoma Bazaar Location Is On Its Way To Hialeah For More Food Hall Fun

From Venezuelan comfort food to traditional Italian and everything in between, the upscale Doral eatery is opening a sister location.

A Second Shoma Bazaar Location Is On Its Way To Hialeah For More Food Hall Fun
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Over the last year, Shoma Bazaar has become a beloved food, beverage and event destination in Doral. With multiple vendors like B.F.F. Burgers, Doce Provisions, Shahs of Kabob and The Market Milkshake Bar, it’s practically got everything one needs.

They’ll soon have another neighborhood’s cravings covered with a second location. Set to open by the end of the year at Shoma Village, Shoma Bazaar will be bringing several flavors under one roof in Hialeah.

“We couldn’t be more excited to announce our second location of Shoma Bazaar just over one year after opening our first location in Doral,” said Masoud Shojaee, founder and CEO of Shoma Group, in a release. “This new location will foster a community of Miami’s most talented chefs and mixologists under one roof, bringing everything from Italian delicacies to delicious tacos to the venue for all to enjoy.”

Shoma Village is one of the latest development ventures by Shoma Group, a real estate development group owned by Masoud and Stephanie Shojaee.

The 10,440-square-foot food hall will boast several different culinary vendors such as family-owned Doggi’s Arepa Bar, La Macha taco joint, Sokai Sushi Bar, Perisian Shahs of Kabob and Amor di Pasta. And they’re seeking additional vendors to add to the lineup, specifically BBQ, raw bar, Asian fusion and dessert.

From bottomless brunches to late-night gatherings, the indoor/outdoor venue will also serve as a staple entertainment hub with live music, monthly event programming and so much more. It will feature a refined lounge area, multiple mixology stations and an array of handcrafted cocktails on tap.

“Our inspiration for Shoma Bazaar stems from a desire to create a space for the community that showcases the very best of what Miami’s culinary and entertainment scene has to offer,” said Stephanie Shojaee, president of Shoma Group. “We look forward to opening this year and welcoming guests to experience new and exciting culinary concepts and craft cocktails in a dynamic and inviting atmosphere.”

The new venue will be located at 445 Hialeah Dr. and operate seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. For more information, click here to visit their website.