Sushi, steaks, farm-to-table, vegan, sweet or caffeinated, BCC has you covered. Exit the metromover onto, or make your way up to Level Three and Four for whatever dining experience you're feeling.
Luna Park introduces 14 different Italian eateries, cafes, and shopping options spanning three levels and ranging from grab-and-go food counters to casual dining to markets to upscale sit-down restaurants.
It ain’t easy being a health-freak foodie… that is, unless you’re familiar with American Harvest. This fast-casual concept serves up only organic, locally sourced meat, fish and veg with bold, inventive, multi-ethnic flavor profiles – proving that ‘good for the bod’ doesn’t have to mean ‘bore for the palate’.
Healthy fast food fare, like salady, hearty ‘harvest bowls’ and sandwiches are the order of the day, plus there’s an ace raft of craft beers and wines for when you’re feeling naughty. Ssh!
Warm, cozy, date-night digs backdrop the laid-back, wallet-friendly, comfort fare, which includes humongous hand-cut steaks, line-caught fish, surf-fresh seafood, Saffa classics like Bobotie spring rolls and Boerewors sausage, and – of course – a stellar selection of quaffs. Good wine, good meat, good grief, let’s eat!
Casa Tua Cucina
Longtime Miami Beach glitterati go-to Casa Tua is the name behind this marvelous multi-concept gourmet experience, repping an intimate yet buzzy communal kitchen vibe. Inspired by some of Italia’s top chefs, twelve distinct cucinas whip up all-day lip-smacking eats, neatly accompanied by a bar offering 48 wines by the glass.
Dr Smood is an organic boutique cafe offering a carefully crafted menu of performance food for mind, body and soul.
Haagen Dazs sets the standard for all things creamy and calorific, from gelato and bars to sorbet and frozen yogurt, plus gluten/dairy/nut-free options, in a rainbow of rich flavors like butter pecan, black cherry amaretto and dulce de leche – there’s a sinful scoop for every sweet sensibility.
The seafood-crazed Miami shores are already awash with sushi, but not like this... hip ship Pubbelly Sushi dishes up an inventive and playful American take on Pan-Asian classics like grilled short ribs, spiced sashimi and, of course, rolls stuffed with every crustaceous creature imaginable.
The savvy señors behind Miami's Cantina La Veinte sashay into BCC with this upscale Mexican eatery, complete with alfrisky patio. Taco by name, but don't expect any bells... this is food at the more refined end of the spectrum.
Skinny Minnies can graze from the sushi counter or nibble kale and quinoa salads, while their carnivorous mates feast on chef Nano Crespo’s steaks, lamb and sweetbreads, seared a la parrilla. While it lacks its older sib’s seaside situ, there’s a gorgeous tropical-chic terrace for when the weather is clement.