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Photos: Enoteca At La Centrale Brickell City Centre Is Now Open

Photos: Enoteca At La Centrale Brickell City Centre Is Now Open

At Brickell City Centre, the third-floor Italian Enoteca at La Centrale opened this week.

Interior architecture is by Urban Robot Associates of Miami Beach.

Here is a first look inside:

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Common Sense Posting
Common Sense Posting

So much Italian. Given Miami’s demographic, why not something more unique like a Spanish Food Hall? And I mean actual Spain, not Hispanic/Latino lol

Magazine
Magazine

Because there aren’t many people in Miami from Spain.

Anonymous
Anonymous

30.000 registered at the Spanish Consulate…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not exactly a ton of Italians walking around Miami

anonymous
anonymous

Not sure what part of Miami you are living… but there are a lot of Italians in Miami.

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

A lot of the American-Italian population shifted north to Broward umpteen ears ago

Kathy
Kathy

according with my italian hairdresser, there is a community of 22k italians in miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

There is def more italians than spaniards.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Isn’t there enough Spanish in Miami? It’s why Americans stay away from Miami, because it feels like a foreign third world country. There

Anonymous
Anonymous

Spain is so 2000’s….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Brickell city center is becoming La Brickell Citta Centralle.

A nice mix of Peruvian, Uruguayan, Argentinian, Cuban, etc would be great.

Anonymous
Anonymous

just go to calle 8

Anonymous
Anonymous

Popularity of Italian food halls… look at NYC and Boston.

Common Sense Posting
Common Sense Posting

No, I get that. But that’s my point. Tons of second and third generation Italians in both those cities. But our makeup is different. Miami has tons of Cubans/Hispanics that have Spanish roots. Italy wasn’t colonizing Latin America like Spain was.

Look at those Paella companies that come to your house, like Mr. Paella. They are a huge hit here, but doubt they have many (if any) in Boston/NYC/Chicago/Philly.

I think anyone that has lived in Miami and anywhere else, would agree that Spanish food as a whole is a bigger deal here in Miami than the other locale.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Italy never colonized Latin America but most Argentinians come from Italian roots and Italians migrated heavily to Brazil, Uruguay and Cuba.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There was actually a Spanish food hall “Mercado de San Miguel”, same food hall/market from Madrid and it didn’t last long. I believed it only lasted 1 year. It doesn’t matter who colonized what. Italian food is just above all. Everybody loves it, always works. Even if miami is full of people that have spanish roots, they consider themselves, cuban, argentinian, venezuelan, etc… so they eat their native country cuisine.

And honestly there are way more Italians in Miami than actual spaniards.

Common Sense Posting
Common Sense Posting

And for the record, Eately in both Chicago and NYC are some of my favorite places (maybe on earth). I just think 2 or 3 (can’t even figure it out anymore) Italian food halls in one mall is redundant, especially in a normally creative city.

I think Spanish food with all its diversity would be a huge hit

Anonymous
Anonymous

La Centrale is so confusing and over-priced. Whoever designed it was very talented, but had never actually designed a restaurant. Casa Tua offers a much more upscale experience for the same price.

Anonymous
Anonymous

La Centrale has a much better design that Casa Tua, with a market style casual ground floor, and 2 upper floors that offer fine dinning. Casa Tua even though offers similar food it is all cramped in one floor.