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Tacos Tu Madre, Bardonna, And More Announced At Downtown's Upcoming Corporation Food Hall

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One of the latest entries to the domination of food halls in Los Angeles is the Corporation Food Hall. Located at 724 South Spring Street, down the street from Grand Central Market and the Spring Street Arcade, it'll open sometime this summer. The food hall announced its food line-up on Instagram Thursday.

Most of these places are new locations of pre-existing regional spots. Tacos Tu Madre already has locations in Westwood and Los Feliz and Poke 2 Go has been a food truck. Pig Pen Delicacy has locations in Irvine and Long Beach, but Corporation will be its first L.A. location. On the Thirty is a pizza spot from Sherman Oaks and Bardonna brews coffee all over Los Angeles. Soom Soom is a fast-casual mediterranean spot that originated in New York, and opened its first L.A. location in 2016 over on 3rd Street. Buddha Belly is the brick and mortar version of the Arroy Southeast Asian food truck. Funculo is a brand-new pasta place, and it's name is a derivation of the Italian word fanculo which means, well, just look it up.

No word on the specific opening date, but it'll likely be mid-July, according to Eater.

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