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Second Italian Food Hall At Saks Brickell City Centre Files For $6M Construction Permit

Construction permits have been filed to build a Casa Tua Cucina Northern Italian food hall on the first floor of the Saks Fifth Avenue at Brickell City Centre.

It will become one of two separate Italian food halls planned at the mall.

According to the permit, the new food hall will have 17,630 square feet of space, with a construction cost estimated at $5.83 million.

Brickell City Centre representatives have previously said that the Casa Tua will focus on northern Italian food, which is also confirmed by signs posted at the site.

On the third level of Saks, there will be a Casa Tua Wine Club, with a wine bar and restaurant.

At the opposite end of the mall, a three-story La Centrale Italian food hall is being built, with 38,000 square feet of space. Completion is set for fall.

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Anon
Anon

Don’t get me wrong, I’m so happy to see some culinary diversity, but wouldn’t it be nice if one of these Italian food halls was an Asian food hall instead? Just imagine the rich flavors of India, Burma, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan. Yum.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What about the Middle East, Turkey, Spanish and Portuguese?
Reality check is most people in Miami are not creative or adventurous when it comes to food. They are happy with a greasy croqueta and a pastelito de guayaba

Anonymous
Anonymous

Who wouldn’t be happy with a croqueta or a pastelito? Yumm

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Why insult a community’s food just to make a point about other food
What’s the different between a backlava and a guava pastelito
Or a croqueta and a kebbe?
Leant to express your point whithout offending others
Also French food would be nice there

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wasn’t trying to insult anyone or any food. I love pastelitos de guayaba and croquetas but for that to be the exclusive ubiquitous cafeteria staple is a bit boring.

Prado
Prado

That is 100% not true!!! Just look at the restaurant sceen, in this city a new restaurant opens almost every day

Anonymous
Anonymous

you mean restaurant scene

Anonymous
Anonymous

You want more Spanish and Portuguese food? Do you actually live in Miami?

Marc305
Marc305

Interesting, I was just at Saks yesterday, very nicely done and I am sure this restaurant will be too. I also got a chance to walk up to CMX it looks done but no one there had any idea when it will open. The restaurant next to it was packed with people not bad for a Tuesday night.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I read that the theater would open this month.

Anonymous
Anonymous

April…2018

Anonymous
Anonymous

Three Italian spots at BCC?? How about something from another interesting, tasty cuisine of the world? An authentic Chinese restaurant is desperately needed in Miami. Aren’t developers courting the Chinese and claim that they’ll be arriving soon? No better way to attract them by opening a fantastic place w/ dim sum and other Chinese delights!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is Northern or Southern more “American” style?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Southern Italy is more similar to american style, much more pasta based dishes as well as usage of seafood. Northern has a lot more dishes of potato and rice, influenced by the trade from Euro and Asian neighbors.

Prado
Prado

And heavier on cheeses and white sauces….and truffles!!!

Marc
Marc

Screw northern Italy

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