Sneak Peek Of Riverside, Brickell’s New Dining & Entertainment Hub With New Stretch Of Riverwalk

Finishing touches are now being put in place at Riverside Brickell, a food and entertainment area that will have the capacity for 2,000 people at a time.

Riverside is expected to be in place temporarily for three years, until a more permanent development is built on the property.

A 750-seat food hall will open as part of the complex, along with other eateries. There will also be a Miami River Brewery taphouse and beer garden.

One part  of the project that will be permanent is the riverwalk. However, it doesn’t connect to another section of the riverwalk to the west, and the riverwalk is also blocked to the east by an unfinished section.

 

(photos: becoolgroup/social media)

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Perfect venue for the location! The river is coming to life!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Does this mean that the current Warf will be closing soon? I read somewhere that would be happening as soon as this place was open.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I hope so, the Wharf sucks. Real sketchy area takes forever to get a drink, at least no cover…

Anonymous
1 year ago

South Beach was a real sketchy area forty years ago, so what’s your point?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Idk why people still go to the wharf, its over packed and overpriced.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No one goes there anymore…its to crowded.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Uh.. what?

Anonymous
1 year ago

If it’s too crowded then obviously some people are going

Anonymous
1 year ago

^ Forget it, logic is incomprehensible to a lot of people in Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

contradict yourself much?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah, it’s moving to Doral

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ewww Doral

Anonymous
1 year ago

Pretty soon you will be commuting to Doral for restaurants and happenings and to the Indian Reservation resorts for everything else…

Anonymous
1 year ago

right before it overflows and floods

Anonymous
1 year ago

Something else to enjoy in beautiful Miami

Anonymous
1 year ago

Only certain parts are beautiful, there’s a whole lot of ugly to see.

Anonymous
1 year ago

yeah. like most of it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yep.. and painting pictures on buildings in certain areas to the point to where it looks like you’re in some third world country won’t help either.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The places along the coast that get the most photo ops are immaculate. Unfortunately the rest of the county its neglected

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not true. Troll!!!!!

Bigbadbillyboy
1 year ago

Yes they are. All focus is on miltumillion dollar luxury properties. …the poor can go to waste but some people in this blog get it cause they use his blog to try to come across as smarter than the rest, only place in their pathetic lives. Speak of which…where is Mr anonymous, I hope I wasnt too hard on him and jumped over a bridge.. the poor rats don’t deserve it. I deciphered who he is …

Anonymous
1 year ago

Neglected like Coral Gables?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most cities around the world have their underbelly. We must continue to work on making these areas better all around Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who is “we”?

Anonymous
1 year ago

That’s so in every city in the world

Bigbadbillyboy
1 year ago

To certain degrees. Oslo not same as Johannesburg.so dont use that as an excuse to not give a shit about inequality.

Anonymous
1 year ago

yeah except all the duck faced women taking selfies

Anonymous
1 year ago

Density, density, density

Anonymous
1 year ago

dense

Peter
1 year ago

Then leave,leave,leave.

Bigbadbillyboy
1 year ago

Sounds like an orgy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ken Russell never misses a photo op.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You are just a hater…

Anonymous
1 year ago

There is a lot to hate about him.

Anonymous
1 year ago

like pushing a vote to cancel the Watson Island contract with the developer against the recommendation of city counsel which cost us -the taxpayers- over USD 20 million for starters..

Anonymous
1 year ago

As if anybody with a (D) next to their name cares about taxpayers, let alone how to manage 20 million dollars efficiently, yet has no issue raising taxes fo dem programs.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Well, republicans like you who wanna holler about taxes better start figuring out right now how you guys are going to pay for Trump’s “Star Force.”

Bigbadbillyboy
1 year ago

Aaaaah there he is …..hi there my mr. anonymous …..for a minute I thought you’d jumped off a bridge. Hows your day you horrid little kisser .

Anonymous
1 year ago

i like his shirtless photos

Open Piñata
1 year ago

Don’t you love how he takes credit for a private project he had absolutely NOTHING to do with?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Its next to an metromover station as well so its easy to get to.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The fifth street station finally getting some good use

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah its probably the least used metromover station in brickell.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That’s why buildings with hundreds of peoples renting or living in them or a building with hundreds of people working in it should’ve already been built at that site years ago.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Thank God
Can’t live without Metromover

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great, another pick up place for horny people!

Anonymous
1 year ago

well, i’ll be there ready for action, tender satisfaction. you don’t even have to buy me a drink

Anonymous
1 year ago

I will be there with bells on the day it opens. Hope you are right 🙂

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hopefully, the permanent structure that will eventually be built, will find a way to incorporate this. No reason why the first few floors of a skyscraper can’t fit all of this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Seriously…the riverfront needs to be as active as possible to take advantage of this incredible resource!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Didn’t they say by end of August 2019 lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yup and even sold New Years tickets for $250 and canceled everything

Anonymous
1 year ago

They should connect the river walk to the bay walk as they have in Tampa Bay that’s become a very popular place there

Anonymous
1 year ago

So many stupid comments yet not a single one raising the very valid point of why is it taking so long for a continuous River Walk (and Baywalk).

Anonymous
1 year ago

If you wanna talk about that then do it, but don’t call other comments “stupid” because you think some posters should get off topic like you are.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The smart people who have known that answer for 20 years have tried to explain it over and over.
Land owners have property rights. Should any owner on the Miami River want any variance in zoning, they are required to allow a 50ft setback to give way to the river walk.
Currently, the Miami River Greenway DOES connect to the Baywalk.
Where a land owner’s property abuts the water (think Garcia’s Restaurant) the Greenway moves out to the street with the same wayfinding signs, consistent benches, etc.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Stunning

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s gonna be a real cool place to go until it’s destroyed. There’s really no point in building it to tease people how cool the neighborhood could be

Anonymous
1 year ago

There’s no trees or shade on the actual river walk? Just barren sun blasted pavers? Failed design.

Rem
1 year ago

I agree it’d be nice to have some trees along the actual river there.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Relax it’s still dead , long way to go

Anonymous
1 year ago

I love the Dowtown when you wait to traffic jam in open bridge to pass the boats with the chicas on decks to sunbathing their bums.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They need to get it together and make the riverwalk all the way up the river. It’s frustrating to see how backwards our “leaders” are. if they don’t make a buck, they don’t do squat.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oh great… Another place to come see all the ugly people that live in this ugly city with nothing to do. You people don’t have the capacity to appreciate all the great cities in Florida like Ocala, Tampa, Santa Rosa Beach, and Fort Myers. There’s no hope for any of you!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Those are cute towns though.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Rising sea levels is clearly ignored for the sake of throwing money at venues that don’t contribute anything to the improvement of society. Sad waste

RustyTRUMPet
1 year ago

LOLz.. you do understand the purpose is to actually improve the property while a long term development goes through DD and approval? I guess you like a dirt lot better. You are a MO-RON!

Realtalk Reilly
1 year ago

Providing public spaces for people from different walks of life to congregate and SOCIALIZE unquestionably contributes to the improvement of society, nitwit. I suppose you’d prefer that the space be used for an Emotional Comfort Center for snowflakes triggered by climate change, right? “HOW DARE YOU!” (eyeroll)

Anonymous
1 year ago

Your comfort puppy will drown and your avocado toast will get soggy.