Einstein Bros. Bagels Opens Tomorrow At Overtown’s 3 MiamiCentral

Another piece of the MiamiCentral project is opening tomorrow.

Einstein Bros. Bagels will be opening in 1,800 square feet of 3 MiamiCentral, the office and garage space located one block from the Brightline terminal.

JFC Miami, a collaboration between the Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem and Ramona D. Hall, is operating the new restaurant, which will bring 30 new jobs to the area.

This is the second restaurant to open at MiamiCentral, which spans six city blocks. Joe & Th Juice recently opened there, with others now being built out.

The daytime population of downtown Miami is said to be more than 250,000 people.

Publix has signed a lease and filed construction permits to build a new grocery in 3 MiamiCentral. Records show that the permit still hasn’t been approved.

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Can we finally get a Chipotle?

marc
3 years ago

Right? Are they banned in downtown or something?

Anonymous
3 years ago

South Beach, too!

Anonymous
3 years ago

They have to wet Pepe first

Anonymous
3 years ago

Chipotle is piss. Lime. Salsa Fiesta. My Ceviche. All blow it away.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’ve never been impressed by Lime, and they’re skimpy on the meat. Still better than Moe’s. The only thing good about that place is use of Coca-Cola Freestyle machines.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Moe’s is better as well.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not true. Most Chipotles are crowded everyday, lunch and dinner and in between.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Chipotle is going on 5th & Lenox. Was going to go where Rosetta bakery is in Brickell but wouldnt pay enough. National retailers arent as stupid as local concepts to overpay on thier real estate.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yep, and a cell phone (verizon) and bank. awesome additions to the hood (not)

Anonymous
3 years ago

Source on the Chipotle? It’s not on their lease marketing material.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Tons of good taco/burrito spots on the other side of 95, better and cheaper than Chipotle and all of the overpriced/overrated stuff in Brickell (Coyo, Rosa (finally closed), Tacology, etc).

I know this forces folks to leave their Brickell/Downtown bubble, but places like Rinconcito are so so worth it. Throw in Lung Yai down the street and Little Havana has to be the go-to neighborhood for Tacos and Thai.

Anonymousg
3 years ago

Good luck Udonis Harlem

Anonymous
3 years ago

do the Harlem shake

Anonymous
3 years ago

Did you mean Udonis Haslem?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Do they make the bagels on site?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Good question. The bagel I ever ate was fresh, soft and made by ex-Dolphin football player John Offerdahl. He sold his small chain to Einstein Bros and I don’t think they make them like he did.

Anonymous
3 years ago

BEST bagel…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Please excuse me… but I literally just took a break from work to go find a nice quiet place from which to say… BWAAAHAHA !!!!!!!!! Best bagel !!!!!??????? Einsteins is a round piece of bread with a hole !!! Their corporate “bakers” have probably never actually been in a room w a real bagel. Do us all a favor and stick w Lenders !!! BEST bagel !!??? LMAO

Anonymous
3 years ago

Read it again, Grasshopper. “BEST bagel” was an edit of my comment where I failed to type “best.” It was referring to Offerdahl’s bagels, probably a football player before your time.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What do you know? A loud mouth who probably never set foot in any bagel shop. There is a reason the lines are out the door every morning at Einstein, and especially on weekends. Yesterday morning I stood in line for half an hour, the best bagel in South Florida.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Einsteins is some par-bake crap.

TEAMEBB
3 years ago

they are not parbaked, Einsteins is all from scratch starts day before, I used to work at Miracle Mile store.

Eric Reid
3 years ago

Udonis, you did it.

Anonymous
3 years ago

How about Chopt?

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
3 years ago

YASSSS!!!! Miami is devoid of good fast casual salad places. I loved Chopt when I lived in DC…

Anonymous
3 years ago

A mediocre corporate bagel store opening is news worthy?

Anonymous
3 years ago

If reporting about the opening of Joe & the Juice is news worthy, then yeah, so is this.

surviving
3 years ago

considering the 3 hotdog stands as an option for the past 4 years, yeah, very news worthy.

Gene
3 years ago

Eager to try this new addition, but the best bagel in Miami is to be found on SE 5th St – NY Bagels.
Best overall bagels are in New York – Essa Bagel.
Corporate bagels are mostly p.o.s.

Reality
3 years ago

Toasted, in Brickell on SE 8th St., is pretty good.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Their bagels are like rocks.

Anonymous
3 years ago

At least they’re not like Cuban sandwiches with raw fatty pork hanging off the sides.

survivor
3 years ago

nah, they bake fresh everyday, all of mine have been soft and warm from the oven, they open at 6am and close at 6pm, no one opens that early in downtown or stays open that late.

Magazine
3 years ago

In my opinion, the biggest thing lacking in Miami is quality quick / casual type restaurants that would be filled by your typical white collar lunch crowd in a city like NYC, London, Chicago, etc (options like Dirt in Brickell or Sunset Harbor come to mind). In NYC, you won’t find an Einstein bagel because all the quality options render it useless / obsolete.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The issue is there isnt enough quick eats to begin with. Everything in Miami is full sit down or cheap garbage. No middle.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I love Churches Chicken.

Anonymous
3 years ago

hell yea!!!!