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EpiQ Food Hall Opens in Woodbridge Offering 14 Different Cuisines

EpiQ Food Hall gives Northern Virginia a destination with restaurants serving international cuisine plus a full-service bar

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Food halls are exploding in popularity and now Prince William County residents are getting one with authentic fish and chips, BBQ, colorful ice cream treats and more.

EpiQ Food Hall opened this month at 14067 Noblewood Plaza in Woodbridge, Virginia.

The two-story space lets visitors sample 14 different cuisines including a pho, tacos, Jamaican jerk chicken and Southern-themed dishes. There’s also a full bar, a bakery and a soft serve ice cream stand.

Chef Anthony Robinson was operating his eatery London Chippy's out of a food truck — often serving firehouses in Maryland —  and has business has been good at EpiQ.

“I’ve been waiting for this. Twenty-five years of my life,” Robinson said.

News4's Juliana Valencia catches up with London Chippy's chef Anthony Robinson, who serves up the authentic British classic from a new food hall in Woodbridge. One of his goals it to train a new generation of young chefs.

EpiQ will also host live entertainment several nights a week, including trivia on Tuesdays, bands and DJs on Fridays and Saturdays and jazz on Sundays.

It's already planning to expand with a beer garden next door offering activities like axe-throwing and a virtual arcade.

EpiQ Food Hall opens daily at 11 a.m. and stays open through dinner. Here’s more information.

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