The Shops at Brickell City Centre (BCC) in Miami has expanded its dining count to 18 with the debut of six new food and beverage tenants.
Neighborhood restaurant The Henry from multi-James Beard award-nominated restaurateur Sam Fox opened this summer on BCC’s Level 1, at the crossing of Miami Avenue and Eighth Street. Café Americano now operates as BCC’s contemporary, Latin-inspired diner. Meanwhile, South Florida’s renowned Israeli Mediterranean destination Motek joined BCC, while Starbucks debuted last month on Level 3.
“Swire Properties has recognized that the pandemic-era popularity of outdoor dining continues. Brickell City Centre is uniquely equipped to offer exactly that, with outside retail space covered from rain by our Climate Ribbon, a sophisticated environmental management system,” said David Martin, senior vice president at Swire Properties. “We’ve collaborated with award-winning restaurateurs to cultivate the indoor/outdoor experiences offered at The Henry, Café Americano and Motek, with their patio seating continuing to be the most popular at BCC. The neighborhood’s walkability gives Brickell the feel of a European or South American street scene rather than a typical American downtown.”
Miami’s Miu’s Tea will offer its famed Milk Teas, Iced Tea Lattes, matchas and fruity beverages this fall with a new location at BCC. In 2024, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer will join BCC with its first Florida location.