This isn’t your average food hall; it’s a cultural epicenter for daytime, nighttime, and every moment in between
WYNWOOD, Fla. – Restaurants, bars, art, live music, and shopping are five key characteristics that draw thousands of people to Wynwood every single day — but what if a single space were to combine all five qualities into a single experience? That’s what you’ll get at The Oasis, Wynwood’s newest cultural hub, opening May 1.
The sprawling, 35,000 square-foot outdoor courtyard will feature six premier restaurant vendors (ranging from New York’s very own Prince Street Pizza and Alidoro to Miami’s Buya and Mr. Mandolin), a “Tower Bar,” a stage for live performances, a fitness studio, cafe, and even a bar called Huacachina, which is an indoor/outdoor cocktail lounge and nightclub inspired by the largest oasis in the world, Huacachina in Peru.
While some of the biggest acts in music being lined up to play at The Oasis can’t be confirmed (yet), Local 10 can confirm an artist who goes by the name “Nicky Jam” is already a major headlining act slated to play in the fall of 2021.