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CentralFare Food Hall To Open Fall 2017 At MiamiCentral

CentralFare, a food hall and gourmet market at MiamiCentral, is on track to open in Fall 2017, according to a recent post on their Instagram page.

The project will include more than 20 vendors spread over 50,000 square feet, including sit down restaurants, fast food, and grocery.

Announced tenants include:

  • Monger by the Voltaggio Brothers, CentralFare’s signature sit-down restaurant
  • 800 Degrees (Italian)
  • Miami Smokers (Bacon)
  • Parliament (Coffee)
  • Romanico’s (Chocolate)
  • Rosetta (Bakery)

Metrorail and Metromover riders will be able to access CentralFare via an elevated walkway from Goverment Center Station.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m looking forward to MiamiCentral and Miami WorldCenter right next to each other.. It’s going to transform the existing downtown and Overtown community.. and likely spur the development of the Miami Innovation District.

District Worker
District Worker

Yasss Queens!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Metrorail and Metromover riders will be able to access CentralFare via an “”elevated walkway”” from Goverment Center Station.

I like that a lot. Excellent!

John P
John P

I didn’t know they were planning on connecting the two stations. Great news! Lack of connectivity is a big problem in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Little by little we are going to have a real urban environment like all big cities have .
This area in few years , 2 or 3 will be amazing ….. everything is going to change and multiplier factor will play in its favor ……. time to move around here , don’t wait !

Anonymous
Anonymous

how many food halls can miami support?

Alpina
Alpina

Depends on target market and pricing. Central Fare will target people using the train station and the office building on top; I think it will try to market middle range costumers.
BCC’s La Centrale I think is more like a food store or food market with restaurants inside but they are strictly Italian so they already have a niche market.
SOBE’s Time Out will cater tourists in Lincoln Mall area.
Casa Tua’s in BCC, I really have no idea how they are going to diversify from La Centrale since it would be more of the same; I ones heard that they were going to focus on beverages more like a bar or coffee shop but I am not sure.

Anonymous
Anonymous

50,000 square feet is a huge amount. I’m not sure a few office buildings plus an unknown number of rail passengers can support.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Downtown Miami has much more than a ‘few’ office buildings. I work in Gov Center. It’s a culinary wasteland here unless of course you can afford $15-20 for lunch. Speaking of which.. I guess a food hall ($$) may not necessarily be ‘affordable’ either. damn…

Anonymous
Anonymous

you misspelled ‘afford’ lmao

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is it just me or are all of these food halls just high end food courts. Can somebody explain the difference?

Anonymous
Anonymous

with a food hall you add a $ or 2 ($$) LMAO

Anonymous
Anonymous

Casa tua food hall opening in September at BCC.

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