Coming Soon: Miami’s First Food Hall, La Centrale

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In Miami, we love the finer things in life, especially good food. If you are someone who loves spending time shopping at Brickell City Centre, then you will be happy about the new Italian food hall, La Centrale, opening this December.

La Centrale is the city’s first large-scale Italian food hall. It includes 14 different dining spaces that span 40,000 square feet. Some of the amazing features La Centrale will have are an all-day café with espresso bar, mozzarella and fresh raw bars, on-the-go prepared meals and a dedicated kitchen event space for cooking classes. Here’s a little more of what you can expect:

Mercado
Mercado

MERCADO, home to La Centrale’s grab-and-go options, will feature: an espresso bar, juice bar, rosticceria, fritti bar, salad bar, salumeria, a focacceria with fresh bread made daily, endless formaggio, a cafe adjacent to the mercado and specialty Italian retail items.

Pesce
Pesce

PESCE, inspired by the region of Liguria, is a light and airy space that will serve the freshest fish South Florida and the Mediterranean have to offer.

Stagionale
Stagionale

STAGIONALE, a seasonal focused restaurant serving fresh produce, risottos and mozzarella, inspired by the Veneto region.

Enoteca
Enoteca

ENOTECA, the wine cellar, offers a curated collection of Italian wines to take home or to sip and enjoy in the tasting room.

Carne
Carne

CARNE, inspired by the rustic décor of the Chianti region, is a true Italian Macelleria with the best cuts of meats cooked in a traditional wood-fired grill. The traditional hand-made Tuscan terracotta tile on the ceiling and floor was sourced directly from the Tuscan village of Greve in Chianti, famous for its centuries-old terracotta production.

Pizza E Pasta
Pizza E Pasta

PIZZA E PASTA, a rustic pizza and pasta eatery, serves authentic Neapolitan pizza cooked in traditional wood fired ovens found in Naples.

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