Brightline and C3 have recently announced their new partnership to relaunch the culinary center at MiamiCentral.
The 26,00 square foot, 16-station food hall will reopen as Citizens MiamiCentral in November. The food hall was previously known as Central Fare, but with new management and a new vision, Sam Nazarian and the team at C3 will bring this concept to new heights.
C3, the leading global food technology platform’s roster includes some of the most famed international chefs such as Dario Cecchini, Michelin Starred chef Dani Garcia and Masaharu Morimoto. Through this new partnership, Brightline passengers will be able to indulge in some of Miami’s most popular - and delicious spots - including, Umami Burger, Krispy Rice, Sam’s Crispy Chicken, Cicci di Carne, Sa’Moto by Chef Morimoto, EllaMia, and Cindy Lou’s Cookies. These new restaurant offerings will all be in addition to the original brands that the center had offered in the past, La Estacion, Rosetta Bakery, Patagonia, CAO, Art de Vivre and 800o Woodfired Kitchen.
Commuter Escalator at Brightline Miami
Brightline Trains is the only eco-friendly speed rail in Miami, traveling to and from, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. While this new food hall will be located in Brightlines Miami station, you do not need to be a passenger to experience this amazing spot, it hopes to be a go-to destination for individuals in the area to eat, drink and socialize.
Sam Nazarian Founder and CEO of C3 explained, “We’re excited to start our relationship by working with Brightline to transform the culinary experience at MiamiCentral, a development that has changed the landscape of Downtown Miami as a hub for all things transportation, leisure, business, lifestyle and entertainment.”
Brightline Miami Station
MiamiCentral is located in downtown and spans over 6 blocks and 816 residences. As Brightline’s South Florida flagship, the space also features 130,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space in addition to the Citizens MiamiCentral culinary center.
Brightline is projected to reach millions of guests annually, giving each rider a unique experience, hoping to transform South Florida’s urban landscape.