Take a trip around the world at Epiq Food Hall!
Can't decide what you want for dinner? Well, a new international food hall is about to change that. Epiq Food Hall is opening in Woodbridge, Virginia on April 1 and will take you on a culinary journey around the world. With 14 restaurants in a two-story, 13,000 square foot space, the hall will be the biggest food venue in Northern Virginia.
The project's visionary, Michael Kim started working on Epiq in 2017 as a gathering place for people to enjoy delicious and diverse foods in a friendly and fun atmosphere. “You don’t have to go downtown to find a very special food hall like this,” Kim said. “Good food is good food, great atmosphere is great atmosphere. Let’s bring this environment and this great cuisine into local neighborhoods.”
The hall is located at 14067 Noblewood Plaza and is expected to become home to many delicious flavors from around the world such as Korean fried chicken, Caribbean barbeque, Japanese ramen, British fish and chips, and Italian pasta. Epiq's 14 tasty offerings include:
- BonFire Chicken (Korean fried chicken)
- Harmony Pho & Grill (Vietnamese cuisine)
- Jammin' Island BBQ (Caribbean barbeque)
- Kiki's (soft serve ice cream and taiyaki)
- London Chippy (fish and chips)
- Mr. Big's Seafood (seafood)
- Oki Bowl (ramen and rice bowls)
- Q Bar (drinks and bar food)
- Stacks (gourmet burgers)
- Teddy's Taco Shack (tacos)
- The Sweet Bakehouse (desserts and sweets)
- Trattoria Pasta (Italian pasta)
- Trattoria Pizza (Italian pizza)
- Southern Flare (Southern cuisine)
Epiq Food Hall will also become a major place of entertainment for Northern Virginians. The hall will have a 12-by-8-foot video wall and 14 big-screen TVs so sports fans can watch their favorite games and movie buffs can watch special film screenings. Epiq will also have two private areas called "The Mezzanine" and "The Q Room" which will host special events such as tastings, trivia nights, live music, karaoke, and other themed nights. Guests can also rent out any of these spaces for their own special events as they celebrate life's precious moments with international flavors.
Kim is already working on adding more flavors to his lineup as well as an indoor farmers and artisans market. The second installment of the hall will also include games such as ax-throwing, cornhole, and giant Jenga sets. Epiq will ultimately become the community's center for food, entertainment, and social interaction. To stay up to date on the hall's progress, follow Epiq on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Are you excited about the international food hall? Let us know in the comments which cuisine you're most excited about trying.