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Parliament Coffee Bar Opens Today At MiamiCentral, More Tenants To Be Announced Soon

Parliament Coffee Bar Opens Today At MiamiCentral, More Tenants To Be Announced Soon

Parliament Espresso & Coffee Bar is celebrating its grand opening today at MiamiCentral.

To celebrate the opening on an election day, Parliament is serving complimentary drip coffee from open to close today to guests who display their “I voted sticker” or closed ballot.

Parliament is located on the second floor of MiamiCentral, at the entrance to CentralFare. The company describes itself as striving to provide coffee lovers with an urban oasis where talented baristas serve thoughtfully sourced espresso drinks, consisting of 100% Arabica beans. The artisanal coffee brand offers a rotating menu of the best coffees available each season from farmers who focus on high quality, sustainable products.

Kuenko, Rosetta Bakery and 800º Woodfired Kitchen have also been announced as opening soon at MiamiCentral, while  Joe & the Juice and Einstein Bros. Bagels are already open. MiamiCentral is promising that additional dining venues will be announced before the end of this year.

MiamiCentral consists of 160,000 square feet of retail, debuting in phases. The project spans six Downtown Miami city blocks and features two office towers, 2 MiamiCentral and 3 MiamiCentral as well as Park-Line MiamiCentral, with two residential towers.

 

(photo:miamicentral)

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Anonymous

I love my coffee consisting of 100% Arabica beans.

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Call me basic but I love my frou frou drinks…

peej
peej

Let’s add the Brooklyn Bowl to that announced list soon!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I thought only Brightline ticketholders were allowed passed the first floor. Has this changed or is this only for people using Brightline?

Anonymous
Anonymous

You “thought.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

When I went to take photos of a mural upstairs I was told I could not go to the second floor unless I had a ticket to board.

peej
peej

the Brightline Mezzanine you refer to is north of NW 6th Street. CentralFare will connect to it on that upper level, but it’s south of 6th Street, stretching down to NW 5th.

Some of the other announced eateries may be on the ground level below CentralFare, but they’ve kept their details hush.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Brightline terminal on the mezz requires a ticket, however Parliament is just before the terminal and is open for the public

Anonymous
Anonymous

If these coffee snob types knew who I voted for, they would throw their ripoff coffee on me like that FSU student.

Anonymous
Anonymous

lmfaoo

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sooo, umm, no Mcdonalds there ?