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Beef ribs from Society BBQ

Just one trip and you can now have your choice of takeout (or delivery) from eight eateries in The Citadel Miami, as well as offerings from their rooftop bar and lounge. Easy, breezy, and an assortment of cuisines for all tastes. Plus, you can pick up a flower arrangement, orchids or succulents. Note though that the eateries are open Thursday through Sunday.

Here are the food concepts that are now open from 12 to 9 p.m. :

 

      • Ash! Pizza Parlor – From the owners of Stanzione 87, a wood-fired, Neapolitan pizza concept using ingredients imported from Italy and fresh, local organic produce. DIY pizza kits too.
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      • Vice City Bean – Open Thursday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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      • Bianco Gelato –  DiFranco’s artisanal Italian gelato, all-natural and organic, is made fresh every day. They also feature Vegan and sugar free varieties. Scoops and take home containers.
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      • Rare Burger – The 33 Kitchen team, husband and wife duo Leslie Ames and Chef Sebastian Fernandez brings in a new burger concept, incorporating  premium beefs, local ingredients, and vegetarian selections along with their famous onion ring burger.
    • Manjay – In its first Miami location, Manjay is a new approach to traditional Caribbean cuisine with no compromise to its bold and robust flavors. The jerk chicken is the one to get along with the vegetable roti.
    • Society BBQ – Chef Richard Hales brings the best of BBQ born in Texas to Miami. Selections include Texas beef ribs and brisket.
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  • Grab n Go Bar – Find pre-batched cocktails for 2 to 4 people for DIY party fun. Open Monday – Sun, 12 to 9 p.m.
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    Meet n’ Cheese
  • meet ’n cheese – meet ’n cheese is a new charcuterie concept based on imported cheeses and Italian salumi by Mauro Bortignon, ex Toscano Divino and other high profile Italian restaurants here in Miami. Italian sandwiches, charcuterie and salads.
  • Palma Juice Co. – The Citadel’s quick and healthy juice outpost includes an eclectic mix of seasonal juices, salads and soups including a throat candy immunity booster.
  • Belladonna

After you’re done pick up some flowers at Belladonna — arrangements, orchids and succulents. Open Monday to Sunday 12 pm. to 9 p.m.

Note: When it fully reopens you can expect more food options,  live music in its rooftop lounge, concerts by the Nu Deco Ensemble, and Pivot Sustainable Fashion and Beauty Market.

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The Citadel Miami is located at 8300 NE Second Avenue in Miami’s Little River neighborhood. Lots of free parking. For more information and to order at any of these eateries, visit www.thecitadelmiami.com.

3 comments

  1. The fact that the developer believes you can build a “food hall “ in the low income community of Little Haiti, invite high end restaurants to charge patrons $16 dollars a plate for lunch is embarrassing. If this isn’t bold face gentrification I don’t know what is.

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