The Los Angeles-based fast-casual chain, 800 Degrees Pizza, will open its first South Florida location in Brightline’s train station in the heart of downtown Miami, the private rail venture announced Tuesday.
The design-your-own pizza restaurant will be part of the station’s 50,000-square-foot “Central Fare” marketplace. The Miami locations is one of several new restaurants the pizza chain plans to open in South Florida.
The MiamiCentral station is scheduled open next year.
“With locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Tokyo and Dubai, 800 Degrees Pizzeria attracts an array of patrons who share a discerning appetite for high-quality food that isn’t compromised by great value,” said David McIntyre, senior vice president of hospitality operations for MiamiCentral and Brightline. “Central Fare is well positioned to become an integral part of Miami’s culinary scene and we are pleased to welcome 800 Degrees to our growing group of talented restaurateurs.”
Apart from Neapolitan-style pizza, 800 Degrees also offers a selection of fresh, made-to-order salads, a variety of hot and cold bites, wood oven-baked sandwiches, a Burrata menu, as well as organic, artisanal gelato. All 800 Degrees locations serve a selection of premium beer and wine including offerings imported from Italy.