The Weekly Dish: Miami Beach food hall unveils tenants and opening date & more

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Jun.June 26, 2018 12:30 PM

The Lincoln Eatery and renderings of Novecento and Suviche

The Lincoln Eatery | Miami Beach

Terranova Corp. unveiled a roster of tenants to open at The Lincoln Eatery, a food hall planned for Lincoln Lane in Miami Beach.

The 9,600-square-foot hall, at 723 North Lincoln Lane, is set to open in December, according to a spokesperson. Tenants include Necessary Purveyor, a sandwich shop with 136 square feet; Fresh Garden Bowls with 191 square feet; Chill’N nitrogen ice cream with 300 square feet; Marble & Rye, a 123-square-foot modern New York-style deli; TYO Sushi, with 112 square feet; Toast & More, a 141-square-foot french bakery; and Gotam Pizza and Gotam Chimney Cakes with 385 square feet

The food hall will feature 16 food and beverage vendors and seating for more than 200. Terranova plans to open a rooftop terrace at the building in 2019.

The Lincoln Eatery will join a handful of food halls that have opened recently in South Florida, including St. Roch Market in the Miami Design District, La Centrale at Brickell City Centre and Casa Tua food hall at Saks Fifth Avenue, also at Brickell City Centre.

Blue Front BBQ Bar and Grille | Lake Worth

Blue Front BBQ Bar and Grille is closing its doors in Lake Worth after five years, according to the Palm Beach Post. The barbecue restaurant at 1132 North Dixie Highway will close on July 4 and reopen the following day as a catering business.

Two nearby retailers, the Japanese restaurant Saito’s and Kilwins, a chocolate shop, recently closed due to rising rents, the newspaper reported.

Novecento and Suviche | Doral

Novecento and Suviche are opening new restaurants at CityPlace Doral later this year.

Suviche Hospitality Group, which acquired the Novecento brand last year, is opening at the mixed-use development at 8300 Northwest 36th Street. Other tenants include Brimstone Woodfire Grill, BurgerFi and Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant.

Suviche hired Saladino Design Studios to handle the buildout for both restaurants, according to a release. Saladino is also working on Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster, a 7,221-square-foot restaurant set to open early next year at 920 Northwest Second Avenue in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood.

Novecento will open in August and Suviche will open later in the fall.

Night Owl Cookie | Westchester, Wynwood and Broward County

Night Owl Cookie, a cookie delivery service and shop, opened a 2,000-square-foot store at 10534 Southwest Eighth Street.

Night Owl Cookie owner Andrew Gonzalez told Miami.com that he plans to open two more shops, one in Wynwood by the end of 2018 and another in Broward County next year.


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