La Centrale in Brickell City Centre will be Miami's first Italian food hall
Your guide to Miami’s upcoming food halls invasion.
The food halls are coming! The food halls are coming! Within the span of a year, a glut of food halls is set to open across Miami. This craze has captured many urbanite hearts, and Miami is lined up to be the next city to welcome the foodie trend. Stay tuned through 2018 for new delicious reasons to explore Miami and its many neighborhoods. Here’s the best of what’s to come.
Can’t afford a culinary trip to Italy this year? No worries, Miami has your back. When La Centrale opens at the end of the year inside Brickell City Centre, it will be Miami’s first Italian food hall. Spanning three floors and 38,000 square-feet, it boasts three formal restaurants, each dedicated to different regions and cuisines of Italy, as well as a marketplace, café, wine bar, cocktail bar, baker and gelato shop.
The Citadel Miami is a 60,000 square-foot space designed as part-food hall, part-marketplace and part-workspace in Little River. Don’t be intimidated by its foreboding name, unless the thought of conquering culinary holdouts peaks your interest, in which case come armed with plenty of toothpicks. Housed inside a historic MiMo building from the 1950s, some of Miami’s most popular eateries have already signed on as tenants, including Taquiza, Myumi, Cake Thai and River Oyster Bar. The creative gathering place will also boast a rooftop bar so you can take breaks of fresh air in between your food conquests.
St. Roch Market
Miami’s fashionable Design District will soon have another reason for shoppers to linger in the neighborhood. St. Roch Market, which hails from New Orleans, is heading to Palm Court with ten distinct dining options, as well as a cocktail bar, raw bar and coffee shop. Thankfully, no Mardi Gras beads are required to gain entry.
Time Out Market
After the success of their inaugural Time Out Market Lisbon, Time Out magazine is looking at South Beach for its next endeavor. With a prime South Beach location near Lincoln Road, Time Out Market Miami will bring a collection of Miami’s top restaurants and bars under one roof. Kush, Coyo Taco, Jugofresh and Paradigm Kitchen have already signed on, as well as new concepts by popular local chefs Jose Mendin and Michael Pirolo.
Soon shoppers on Lincoln Road will have more options than ever for a bite to eat while cruising the pedestrian mall. Lincoln Eatery promises a collection of fast and affordable dining options inside a 5,000 square-foot space with plenty of seating. A foodie refuge ready for you to kick your feet up and relax over a bite as you explore Miami Beach’s most relaxed pedestrian stretch. Their lineup of restaurant concepts has yet to be announced, but we know they’ll be delicious!
Treats Food Hall
Aventura Mall is upping the ante on the food court concept by introducing Treats Food Hall with a dozen carefully curated eateries on the third floor of the mall’s newly expanded east wing. Wipe away preconceived notions of strip mall food deserts and be prepared to broaden your shopping and dining horizon. As one of the nation’s largest shopping malls, there’s always a need for more delicious dining options.
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