In a city that’s slowly rebuilding, Little High Eatery came out of the blue. Tucked behind the Mackenzie & Willis building on Tuam Street, across from C1 Espresso, lives a brand new food court. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill suburban shopping mall food court, it’s an exercise in excellent urban planning. Little High makes excellent use of a relatively small space; it’s home to eight quality eateries including Bacon Brothers, Base Pizza, A Mouse Called Bean, Eightgrains (deliciously, made-to-order dumplings), Sushi Soldiers, El Fogon, Thai Street Kitchen, and my personal fave, Caribe (Latin American food and margaritas the size of my head!)
The new eatery is quickly becoming a local institution (I’ve been there three times in five days!) and proves to be the perfect destination for indecisive eaters and foodies alike. The atmosphere at Little High is lively throughout the day, with coffee and breakfast burgers being served from 7am. If you’re searching for a lunch spot or after work drinks, this is it.