The Little Italy Food Hall is opening Thursday at 3PM
LITTLE ITALY (KUSI) – Located in the heart of Little Italy, at the much-buzzed about Piazza della Famiglia, the Little Italy Food Hall is a new social dining concept for San Diego. Adjacent to the 11,000 square foot open air piazza, the Little Italy Food Hall has six unique food stations, a mobile outdoor chefs’ area featuring pop-up cooking demonstrations from names such as Sam the Cooking Guy, and a full bar program complete with local beers and craft cocktails.
KUSI’s Allie Wagner was live at the Food Hall where she shared a sneak peak of the never before seen space and what it has to offer.
Are they tacos? Well, they’re not not tacos. Established in 2018, by San Diego hospitality group Grain & Grit Collective and TV personality, author, and cook-extraordinaire, Sam “The Cooking Guy” Zien, Not Not Tacos serves up genre-bending fare that pushes the envelope of culinary creativity. Imagined by Zien and brought to life as team, the concept of Not Not Tacos is to breakdown preconceived notions of “tacos” and provide fiercely-innovative and unexpected items. These aren’t your typical Mexican-influenced tacos; no carnitas, pollo, or carne asada here. These are big, bold, full of flavor and made from things not normally found in a taco (looking at you meatloaf, salmon & pastrami).
Take a look at the behind the scenes Facebook Live to get a closer look.