(Source: Press Release) _ MiamiCentral, the expansive downtown development featuring retail, office, residences and the Brightline train service, today announced a new addition to its’ food and beverage program. 800 Degrees Pizza, the Los Angeles-based and Italian-inspired restaurant, will launch multiple locations throughout Southern Florida, the first of which will open in Central Fare.
Central Fare, a 50,000-square-foot marketplace anchored by signature restaurant Monger by the Voltaggio Brothers, along with several other Miami restaurateurs, will be a notable aspect of the 11-acre, mixed-use transportation hub that will house the new Brightline express train connecting Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. The project is scheduled to open spring 2017.
800 Degrees Pizza is an authentic Neapolitan-style pizzeria serving top-quality, chef-driven offerings with an Italian heart and American soul. Creator and founder Chef Anthony Carron, formerly of the Michael Mina Group, brings over 20 years of culinary leadership and experience to the project, and honors the heritage of Old World Italian tradition where the integrity of ingredients is paramount. As a result, Carron has traveled all over Italy in search of the best purveyors, producers and farmers to source his meats, vegetables and bread from.
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