BY KATHERINE KALLERGIS
Virgin MiamiCentral released new food and beverage concepts opening soon at its food hall, according to a release. The recently re-branded station, at 600 Northwest First Avenue, will include:
World Famous House of Mac, a food truck concept
Bucks Crepes, a crepe and galette restaurant from France
Patagonia Flavors by Delicatessen Patagonia, an Argentinian cafe
Bio Bio Gelato
Art de Vivre, a French wine bar and cafe
The food hall, called Central Fare, will be anchored by Juvia Group’s La Estación American Brasserie, a 240-seat, 10,000-square-foot restaurant and bar with private event space and an open kitchen.
Parliament Coffee & Espresso Bar is now open at the entrance of Central Fare. Rosetta Bakery will open “in the coming weeks” and 800º Woodfired Kitchen is set to open this fall, according to the release.
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson unveiled the re-branded mixed-use train station last week. Virgin Trains USA, formerly known as Brightline, won state approval for a $950 million bond issue to finance an extension of its rail service to Orlando.