Dunedin Mix Food Hall
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There’s a new event space and food hall in town. Dunedin Mix recently opened its doors, dubbing itself “a fresh take on the old food hall concept.”

This new concept is located on the corner of Broadway and Skinner Blvd. in Dunedin and is the brainchild of mother and son duo, Brandon Stanley and Kristen Ernst.

The space was originally meant to turn into 4-story townhomes and after several design changes, was decided that it would serve a better purpose as a mixed-use concept for the Dunedin community.

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The laid-back ambiance at Dunedin Mix

The food hall currently features four restaurants, two retail boutiques, and a rotating craft cocktail bar. Keep reading to find out more about this new Dunedin hot spot.

The Ambiance at Dunedin Mix

The outside of the building is a towering two-story building that mixes modern features with vintage charm. You can enter from either side of the building, though the right entrance offers a fun spot for a quick photo op with its 1920s-esque vibe, fleur de lis staircase, and bright purple painting framing the doorway.

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The entrance to Dunedin Mix

Dunedin Mix is an open-air concept that gives off the vibe of a quaint, outdoor courtyard. Astroturf and brightly colored plants and faux-greenery walls add a pop of color, while the Circle 1852 carousel bar in the back adds a touch of glamour.

The restaurants are lined up along the far left and right sides of the walls and offer to-go windows for ordering.

Restaurants at Dunedin Mix

Dunedin already has some of our favorite restaurants for a date night, and the spots at Dunedin Mix certainly check all the boxes.

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Seating options at Dunedin Mix

Once you place your order, there are plenty of seating options. You can sit at one of the regular or high-top tables scattered throughout the courtyard or head upstairs to one of their bistro tables lining the patio.

If you want a more laid-back option, take a seat on one of the couches and comfy chairs for a more relaxed vibe.

Circle 1852

Circle 1852 is the premier rotating craft cocktail bar with a French Industrialist/mixologist theme. There are 21 seats available where you can hang out and watch as their mixologists create unique concoctions like the Amethyst (Stoli, elderflower, butterfly pea tea, lavender, sage, and lemon) or the Bourbon Street Espresso Martini. They also have a full menu of craft beers and wines.

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The carousel bar at Circle 1852

Huli Bowl & Rotisserie

Huli serves up fresh, Polynesian cuisine with dishes that embody the spirit of the islands. Try one of their poke bowls or Hawaiian BBQ rotisserie chicken dishes that are served along side rice and tropical fruit.

Al Dente Pizza & Pasta

This family owned restaurant was originated in Venice, Italy and serves fresh pasta, pizza, and ravioli. The owners moved to the states 7 years ago with the passion to share their family recipes from Italy. Everything – including the pasta and bread – are made fresh daily.


This globally inspired, tapas style restaurant has a menu filled with items that are created from tastes from all over the world. Get transported across the globe with dishes like ceviche from Peru, dumplings from Tokyo, and Maryland style crab cakes.

Green Table Smashbox

Green Table offers made from scratch 100% plant based foods. This Vegan hotspot creates healthy comfort foods using high-quality, clean ingredients that even the biggest carnivores will love.

Epicurean Exchange

Coming soon

Owner Kristen Ernst and daughter in law, Ashley Stanley, run this unique concept that they call a “shopping experience.” This cookware shop allows patrons to learn the skills to properly use your new cookware before taking it home.

Dunedin Mix courtyard
Dunedin Mix Courtyard – image by Brie Gorecki

Retail Shops at Dunedin Mix

Era Boutique

This retail boutique provides stylish and affordable apparel and accessories. Owner Tracey Elkins calls Era “a catalyst for self-expression, confidence, and timeless style.”


In addition to the restaurants and retail shops, Dunedin Mix is also host to several special events throughout the month. Check out their events calendar to find out when you can check out live music, drink competitions, and game day specials for Toronto Blue Jays spring training games.

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The authors on the “bookshelf” stairs are all the owners of Dunedin Mix

Dunedin Mix Hours and Parking

Location: 990 Broadway, Dunedin


  • Sunday: 11 am-9 pm
  • Tuesday-Wednesday: 11 am-10 pm
  • Thursday-Saturday: 11 am-11 pm
  • Monday: Closed

Parking: Dunedin Mix provides free parking and free shuttle service.
There is one small lot behind the building, or you can check the parking map for a list of free parking located within 1,000 feet of the space.

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All images provided by Brie Gorecki