THE LINCOLN EATERY
Miami Beach-bound foodies will now be able to sink their teeth into a plethora of fast-casual, affordable dining options from various multicultural food categories.
Designed by global architecture firm Arquitectonica, the Lincoln Eatery will bring together a total of 16 fast-casual, artisan, and grab-&-go concepts in a space that reflects the fast-paced, value-driven, and convenience-focused vibe emerging in Miami Beach’s North of Lincoln (NoLi) District.
Whether you’re a local foodie looking for a quick bite or visiting from out of town and craving an authentic Miami Beach experience, the Lincoln Eatery has something for everyone and is the destination to meet, eat, drink and relax in Miami Beach.
THE NOLI DISTRICT
The emerging “North of Lincoln Road” or ‘NoLi District’ is primed to become the next hot neighborhood in Miami. Just one block north of Lincoln Road and one block south of the Miami Beach Convention Center, the NoLi district is redefining beach living, encompassing not only the sun and fun that Miami Beach is known for, but also boasting urbanized attributes that have become the trend of late for both locals and tourists alike.
Burgeoning with retail activity, NoLi is home to national and regional retailers and restauranteurs to the likes of Marshalls, Anthropologie, Macy’s, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, CB2, Genuine Pizza, Hank & Darry’s Delicatessen, and the Lincoln Eatery, with more to come.
NoLi provides easy access to world class shopping and dining, ample parking, and is steps away from cultural and professional hubs like the Miami Beach Convention Center, New World Symphony and Soundscape Park, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, City of Miami Beach offices, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, and approximately 175 nearby hotels and resorts with over 20,000 rooms.
The development of the Lincoln Eatery and other properties will change the way the office, residential, retail, tourism and business communities coexist and come together to create a hybrid of activity that isn’t dictated by the seasonality of Miami Beach.