It's just a fancy name for a Food Court and there should be one food court for every office tower/complex.
The last time I was in Vegas (decades ago), we bemoaned the fact that everything was buffet, and we couldn’t find a decent sit down restaurant.
I for one won’t miss a buffet except for the odd amazing brunch spread.
And the buffets with the really good stuff on offer come with strings attached like a 90 minute seating time limit, much of which you will spend waiting in the lines or waiting for the personalized dishes to be prepped for you.Now a days you need to be rich to visit Vegas. Every restaurant is an overpriced corporate celebrity chef restaurant. And those cheap buffets have been turned into food-halls, which are just expensive food courts.
I don't know how things are organised here, but there's lots of reports of food halls in the U.S. that have shaky or shady operators that have left their vendors in the lurch, including suddenly locking them out, or applying unrealistic operating rules to force them out, or sometimes the whole food hall goes bankrupt and the landlord locks the doors to the building in the middle of the night with no notice to the vendors.Or how successful will it be? Annex Food Hall (near Bloor & Spadina) closed down a while ago. I'm honestly not sure how others are doing.