By 2017 food halls are going to be all over Downtown Miami. The Miami Herald is reporting that a 50,000-square-foot marketplace called Central Fare will be coming to the MiamiCentral complex next summer, which will feature the new express train connecting Miami to Orlando.
Inspired by Spain's Mercado de San Miguel, which had a pop-up in Downtown Miami last year, it’ll have a massive 10,000-square-foot restaurant by the Voltaggio brothers along with "six restaurants and 20 kiosks of artisanal food shops, fresh meats and vegetable markets, and grab-and-go dining."
Local guys are getting into the action too. Blackbrick Chinese, Miami Smokers, Azucar Ice Cream, Doggi’s, Romanicos Chocolates, and Toasted Bagelry and Deli have all signed on to be part of the project.
This is the second food hall style project coming to the area, with Brickell City Centre announcing its Italian style food hall project a few weeks back. [Miami Herald]