New Renderings Of La Centrale At Brickell City Centre, Opening December

La Centrale has revealed new renderings of the massive, multi-level Italian food hall under construction at Brickell City Centre, according to Curbed.

Opening is set for December.

Here are some of the 14 different dining areas planned:

Enoteca (wine cellar)

Carne (featuring Tuscany-inspired design)

Pesce (fresh fish from south Florida and Mediterranean)

Pizza (Neopolitan Pizza)

Stagionale (fresh produce)

Mercato (grab and go including cafe, juice bar and salad bar)

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Anonymous
4 years ago

wow… i literally cannot wait

Marc305
4 years ago

Wow indeed, me either! I love living and working in Brickell. I am never moving.

Flymia
4 years ago

Just looks like a space with different restaurants, nothing like an Eataly which really is a market with tables to eat. This just seems like a boring version of one. Hopefully I am wrong. Guess we need to see more.

Anonymous
4 years ago

You are right about Eataly comparison but at the end of the day people will judge it mainly on the food and if as good as Eataly

Hilux
4 years ago

That is because renderings don’t tell you the entire story. The clear intention was to show the variety of smaller stores inside the market

Hilux
4 years ago

Wellllll….it is not Eataly. But that shouldn’t have to be bad news. The good thing is that we don’t have anything similar so let’s be happy about it.

Edin
4 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!!!!

Ilovearchytectures
4 years ago

Are they under air conditioning or open to the heat?
Gorgonzola cheese doesn’t smell good when expose to heat
Can they bring something affordable for the middle class and young crowd that live in the area, they already spend 3/4 of their income in rent

Anyone want to bet that without air conditioning and more affordable stores this place go bankrupt

Anonymous
4 years ago

The whole mall will probably go bankrupt…there is no one there, Other than people going to the Apple to store to get their stuff fixed.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It might just go belly up. This mall cannot survive on just people living in expensive condos and out of town guest staying in hotels in the Brickell area. Brickell will take heed and start planning to include towers that will house tens of thousands of people with incomes in the three and four thousand dollars (and even people in the mid twenties) a month range.

SRS
4 years ago

Then you have midtown and bayside

SRS
4 years ago

I was there yesterday and today…you are full of s….

Anonymous
4 years ago

I went the other day and it was pretty busy.

Hilux
4 years ago

Have you gone to Roy Rene, Victoria Secret, haagen dazs? They are always packed. Zara is gona open soon and normally atracts a lot of people. Tacology is doing very good and the juice and coffe place too….so i don’t know how you measure traffic or maybe you just want BCC to fail because the is no GAP store, but there is one at Bayside

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hopefully it’s full of American Italian Food!!!

GBA
4 years ago

A Pizza Hut would be magnifico. Buono!

SRS
4 years ago

May not be Eataly but i am happy we are at least getting this. It looks ver nice.

Anonymous
4 years ago

agreed… good enough for Miami.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Everyone posting negativity are just ignorant and have nothing else better todo.

Anonymous
4 years ago

looks expen$$$$$$$ive. lol.. and i can’t wait for the tenants to start breaking leases. this place is just another 1%er’s paradise. good luck !

Anonymous
4 years ago

maybe you just cant afford it

Hilux
4 years ago

It is a place for the neighborhood and there’s nothing wrong with that

Pali
4 years ago

You should stick to bayside