Two Big Restaurant Leases Signed At MiamiCentral, Met Square Totaling 25k Square Feet

Downtown Miami will soon be home to two big new restaurants.

The first will be part of Brightline’s MiamiCentral project, according to Eater, which said the new restaurant will be massive and swanky.

La Estación American Brasserie will be a 240-seat restaurant with 10,000 square feet of space. The menu will feature barbecue ribs, burgers, soups, salads, steak frites, and Japanese food.

Juvia Group is behind the new restaurant which will open this spring.

“Our new restaurant at Central Fare is completely different than any concept we have done before,” said Jonas Millan, owner of Juvia Group. “We want La Estación American Brasserie to be the go-to community restaurant for Brightline’s guests, neighboring residents and the professionals who work right upstairs at MiamiCentral and the surrounding area.”

Other restaurants will soon be announced at MiamiCentral. Rosetta Bakery and 800º Woodfired Kitchen have already been announced and will open soon. Others include House of Mac, Kuenko , and Bucks Crepes.

At Met Square, an even bigger space has been leased by Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, totaling two floors and 15,000 square feet, according to The Real Deal.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

Chick Fil A is opening on the first floor too

Mcapo

source?

Anonymous

Saw the blue prints through the window. Also you can Google “chick fil a Miami central”

Anonymous

Please be true. I’ll take the train everyday of the week!

Anonymous

Thank god Miami finally has a central transit station comparable to other cities across the globe. Can’t wait for the finished product with Tri-Rail to truly connect eastern South FL to Downtown Miami without needing a car

Anonymous

Already had one at airport – The MIC Station. Unfortunately however, Amtrak is still not there yet due to loading dock length issues

EJS

Way to Brightline! You are transforming Miami, I’m loving it!

Anonymous

Good to see good retails in these developments

Anonymous

And people bang on Melo. With the opening of these new and other restaurants from Brickell to the Design District, there has to be thousands upon thousands of residents for them to survive.

Anonymous

Fortunately we get a lot of visitors too.

Anonymous

Visitors are not enough. Big % stay at the beach. Not enough infrastructure downtown now to support the vibrancy. Skyrise is a game changer. People could be coming from the tri county area for the amusements, museums and urban feel…..

Anonymous

Miami winning !

Anonymous

What’s the deal with the Grocery Store that was supposed to open? Any chance it will happen this decade?

Anonymous

Lease signed last year.

Anonymous

RIP Miami Beach.

Anonymous

Most of the people who live there don’t care, that’s the way they want it… dead!

Anonymous

“menu will feature barbecue ribs, burgers, soups, salads, steak frites, and Japanese food” Yuck menu sounds awful and confused

Anonymous

I heard they were getting permits 2 weeks ago but its been a year since it was suppose to open already. Im assumjng they are waiting for the 2 buildings at Miami Central to open to have more local residents

Anonymous

Miami Central will be like a whole new city soon. The name alone will make tourists want to visit.

Anonymous

“La Estación American Brasserie?” So an American restaurant with a foreign naming selling usual American fare and… sushi (I assume)?

Anonymous

For some time now, I’ve been wondering what happened with the “Freedom Fries?”