Confirmed: Singha Brewery & Okku Restaurant Are Coming To Brickell City Centre (Updated)

Several new food and beverage establishments are be coming to Brickell City Centre, according to an updated lease plan.

Singha Brewery is listed as taking a space across from Tacology, on the fourth level. Singha is the most popular beer in Thailand, but it isn’t clear if the lease is connected with the Thai company.

Okku is showing as taking an even larger space on the fourth level, in the north block above the AT&T store. Okku is a Japanese restaurant in Dubai, and Florida records show that the founder recently registered a Florida LLC named Okku Miami.

The lease plan is dated August 30, 2017.

Update: A spokesperson for Brickell City Centre confirmed that both establishments will be opening in the mall.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

BCC was alive during December.. hopefully nice crowds continue during Winter.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ok, if you say so.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It just gets you wet to be a Schleprock, doesn’t it? Shouldn’t you be pursuing more strenuous tasks such as finding something resembling a life away from your x-box, Dungeons & Dragons and final revisions to your Klingon to English dictionary?

Anonymous
3 years ago

More sushi to chose from… Awesome!

Anonymous
3 years ago

For the tiny minority who are wondering how to pronounce the Thai beer, it’s “sing”, like sing a song…

Anonymous
3 years ago

More lame corporate brewery’s coming to South Florida.

Anonymous
3 years ago

what’s the difference.. every time a local brewery gets popular a conglomerate buys them out too.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Absolutely true…. Loved concrete brew in wynwood as an independent …. Now part of Boston brew…. Loses some pizazz……

Anonymous
3 years ago

Concrete was always trash and their beer tasted like water.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Annoying hipsters with neckbeards and mom jeans swishing beer like Listerine isn’t pizzazz.

Anonymous
3 years ago

99% sure Concrete was always part of Boston Brewing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes, Concrete Beach has always been wholly owned by Boston Beer’s “Alchemy and Science” division.

Just like Veza Sur has always been wholly owned by AB Inbev.

Wynwood sold a minority stake to CBA.

And Funky Buddha sold entirely to Constellation brands.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not J Wakefield.

Marc306
3 years ago

And 90% of the local breweries suck anyway. If I hear another fan boy going off about how great Concrete Beach or Funky Buddah are, I am gonna lose it. Neither makes a great beer and Buddah tries to charge you more than a related condo for a six pack of their stuff.

Anonymous
3 years ago

the funky buddah can has more architectural function than a related condo..!!!!!