LAX FOOD HALL
WHO WE ARE
LAX Food Hall is a culinary destination!
It’s a collection of unique, locally owned and developed restaurants with one large stylish communal dining area. Each of these separate businesses offer their own diverse culinary specialties. The advantages of a food hall is the sheer variety of food choices. Gone are the days of arguing over what kind of food to eat, at LAX Food Hall you have your choice of the best food La Crosse has to offer.
Got work or homework to do? Enjoy free high speed WIFI with our advanced placement of boosters you'll get great speeds anywhere in the hall.
Enjoy all sorts of adult beverages at LAX Food Hall 's bar. Including a signature drink for each restaurant within the hall .
Have accessibility issues, or its just too effing cold to get out of your car, get curbside pickup(not available for food delivery services)
Your party can get food from 10 separate restaurants and still sit together in our stylish communal dining room
Netflix and chill works a lot better with food, FYI. All of our restaurants offer Take out
Find us on Door dash, Uber eats or Wisconsin's own Eat street
VISITING LA CROSSE(LAX) ?
THE CHILDRENS MUSEUM
Right next-door to LAX Food Hall is The Children's Museum of La Crosse. Open since 1999, the Children's Museum of La Crosse celebrates the value of play via three floors of hands-on exhibits plus related programming and more.
THE LA CROSSE CENTER
3 blocks west is The La Crosse Center which hosts conventions, meetings, trade shows, concerts, weddings, and sporting events that welcome hundreds of thousands of attendees each year.
6 blocks north/west, Riverside Park is the center of an active community. At the confluence of three rivers, Riverside Park is designed for active lifestyles, and for those that want to just watch the river slowly pass by. This park is the home of the La Crosse Queen.
Enjoy Great baseball, at the lumberyard in Copeland park. See future all-stars. Former Loggers include; Matt Chapman, Chris Sale, Max Scherzer, Eric Thames and many other players that now play for the MLB
Just a few blocks away from the Lax Food Hall stands the Weber Center for the Performing Arts. This venue houses performances by the La Crosse Community Theatre and Viterbo University. Every month a different show or concert performs in either their 450 seat theatre or their 100 seat blackbox. Walk-up tickets are available ! Feel free to stop in, call, or visit their website for more information.
LAX SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The first symphony orchestra in La Crosse came into being over 100 years ago in 1898 , but it wasn't until 1941 when the current La Crosse Symphony Orchestra played its first concert that La Crosse finally had an orchestra that was here to stay.
Seventy musicians are currently contracted to perform with the LSO.
conducted by the world renown Alexander Platt.