This Food Hall in Stanton is Inspired by the Neon Signs of Hong Kong’s Night Markets

A complete tour of Rodeo 39 public market. Rodeo 39 is a really unique food hall that drew its unique cultural aesthetic from the neon signs of Hong Kong’s night markets and the kinetic energy of an actual rodeo, creating an interesting space for eating and just hanging out. The 42,000-sqft food hall features 15 restaurants, a coffee shop, arcade, tattoo shop, flower shop, a full bar, a stage for live performances, 3 outdoor patios, and is home to Stanton's first brewery.

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