However, these newly released renderings of the 40,000-square-foot space comprised of 14 different dining areas, present a much clearer vision of what the exciting new culinary endeavor will look like.
There were also more details released of La Centrale’s operation, which will include a full-service caffe with an espresso bar; a traditional Italian bakery; mozzarella and fresh raw bars; on-the-go prepared meals; an Italian chocolate and gelato eatery; a cocktail and aperitivo bar with a live performance stage; and La Cucina, a kitchen event space designated for cooking classes, book signings, guest chef takeovers, wine tastings and more.
Have a peek inside at the unique designs, which were inspired by the various regions of Italy. First up is Stagionale, a 1,500-square-foot seasonal restaurant serving fresh produce that was inspired by the Veneto region.
Mercato, is a 5,000-square-foot space that’ll house grab-and-go options including a café, an espresso bar, a juice bar, a fritti bar, a salad bar, a salumeria, and a focacceria.
Pesce, inspired by the island of Liguria, features a bright and open space measuring 3,000 square feet. It will serve fresh fish from South Florida and the Mediterranean.
Enoteca is a 3,000-square-foot space that includes a wine cellar, a tasting room, a private dining room, and La Cucina.
Carne is a 2,500-square-foot space inspired by the rustic décor of the Chianti region. Design features include traditional hand-made Tuscan terracotta tiilng on the ceiling and floor that was imported from the Tuscan village of Greve in Chianti.
Pizza e Pasta is a 3,000-square-foot rustic pizza and pasta eatery serving authentic Neapolitan pizza.