The Latin-themed food hall by Robert Sandoval features 12 stations or market-like stalls offering Spanish-inspired mariscos (seafood), Mexican tortas and tacos, Peruvian-style stir fry and ceviche, salads and even burgers. The 26,000-square-foot space also includes a full-service restaurant, Pata Negra, serving tapas and wine; a full bar offering handcrafted pisco, rum and tequila cocktails; and a separate seating area with windows overlooking Chicago’s work-central Loop and nearby theatre district. At the front, a small retail section offers gourmet Latin food items, nostalgic candies and cookbooks as well as everything to make an authentic Spanish paella at home. The space also includes a culinary center with chef demos and other special events. Downstairs, Loncheria, a quick-serve outlet just steps away from an L train platform, offers specialty coffee and breakfast in the morning as well as whole rotisserie chickens to-go for lunch and dinner.