Miami New Times 05-05-2016 : Page 30

| music | cafe | film | Art | stAge | Night+DAy | metro | riptiDe | letters | coNteNts | HAPPY HOUR MON-FRI 5-7PM & SAT 6-7PM MUSIC MONDAYS BLUESDAY DRAFT BEER TUESDAY 7-10PM MIAMI NEW TIMES JAZZ MONDAY 7-10PM SPECIAL GUESTS ENJOY LIVE ago, is opening two other locations. But this time, they won’t be in-side bustling airport terminals. The industrial-designed organic café, which has three express spots for busy and hungry travelers in Miami Interna-tional and Dallas Fort Worth airports, will open a second stand-alone location in Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use development with a health and wellness spin in north Aventura. The Mediter-ranean Kitchen, Siegmann’s airport-only fast-casual eatery at MIA, will open its first flagship location steps from Ice-box Cafe in Aventura ParkSquare too. “We strongly believe in the Aventura ParkSquare project,” Siegmann says, “in terms of their focus, akin to ours, on health and wellness. In my opinion, Aventura is also a highly underserved community in need of well-executed concepts.” Similar to Icebox Cafe, the Medi-terranean Kitchen will offer a selec-tion of healthy, all-natural grab-and-go eats like sandwiches and wraps, with a unique Mediterranean twist. It will have an organic juice bar and smoothie station attached to it as well. “The Mediterranean Kitchen’s grab-and-go model is perfectly suited to ad-dress the needs of the mindful eater who seeks unexpectedly upscale comfort in the form of fresh, natural, well-prepared delicious food served in a warm and friendly setting,” Siegmann says. Both eateries, he says, will offer cater-ing to the building’s office tenants and nearby neighbors for corporate gather-ings, events, and meetings. “We have found there is a growing demand for fresh, healthy, all-natural food on the go,” he says, “because people continue to be more aware of what they put in their bodies.” Located on the corner of 2900 Wa-terways Blvd. and NE 207 Street, Aven-tura ParkSquare is slated to open in 2017, along with a myriad of other concepts, including Cycle House, Green Monkey Yoga, Barry’s Bootcamp, and Graziano’s Market, plus a residential condo, a ho-tel, and corporate offices. CLARISSA BUCH ▼ RESTAURANT NEWS miaminewtimes.com | MUSIC | CAFE | FILM | ART | STAGE | NIGHT+DAY | METRO | RIPTIDE | LETTERS | CONTENTS | miaminewtimes.com MiaMi New TiMes BLUES MUSIC BY WINE WEDNESDAYS WIND DOWN WITH WEDNESDAY 7-10PM BOTTLE POUR big BRICKELL CITY CENTRE TO OPEN HUGE ITALIAN FOOD HALL M ay 5-M ay 11, 2016 SATURDAY TASTINGS ENJOY 6 DIFFERENT WINES 30 30 MON-THUR 5-11PM | FRI 5PM-12AM | SAT 6PM-12AM 70 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES, FL 33134 When Brickell City Centre opens, it will house Miami’s first true food hall. According to a statement, a 38,000-square-foot Italian indoor food hall will open at Brickell City Centre (67 SW Eighth St., Miami). The massive culinary endeavor will anchor the shopping center located at the base of the 5.4-million-square-foot mixed-use project that combines retail, services, offices, and residences, at a projected cost of $1.05 billion. Although details aren’t forthcom-ing, the three-story food hall will feature dine-in, takeout, and restaurant compo-nents, including several dining options, each devoted to a different region of Italy. In addition, the food hall will of-fer fresh produce, imported meats and M ONTH XX–M ONTH XX, 2008

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