Rising high and straddling Southwest Seventh Street in the Brickell area, Brickell City Centre is set to hold within its 5.4 million square-foot, mixed-use space, a 38,000 square-foot Italian indoor food hall.
The three-level European-style artisanal market and dining area will be the Centre’s anchor space meant to represent Italy’s diverse cuisine from both the country’s northern and southern regions. Aside from dining, the hall will feature a market brimming with imported artisanal Italian meats and cheeses, a selection of culinary items and gifts ideal for the home cook.
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As an educational component, there will also be cooking demonstrations, classes led by Italian chefs and wine and food pairing classes.
Other than the Food Hall, Brickell City Centre is set to be a foodie haven with such well known and beloved establishments from the Pubbelly Boys with their second Pubbelly Sushi location and for the java lovers who need their jolt local artisanal coffee shop Pasión del Cielo.
Rounding out the list are the seafood eatery Luke’s Lobster, Cajun-style restaurant The Big Easy, Taco Chic with Mexican fare, decadently rich Haagen Dazs, the farm-to-table-driven American Harvest, classic French cuisine at Calissons du Roy Rene, the gourmet tea and tea accessory outlet David’s Tea, the healthy fast-food concept Dr. Smood and Santa Fe News & Expresso.
The renowned Uruguayan restaurant Quinto La Huella and the rooftop bar Sugar will both be located inside the Centre’s hotel EAST, Miami.
The first phase of construction for the Centre is slated for a winter 2016 completion and Phase II will begin at the end of 2017.