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The Excitement Doubles at Icon Brickell as Two Restaurants Sign on

The Excitement Doubles at Icon Brickell as Two Restaurants Sign on

by Sep Niakan | May 17, 2012

According to the Miami New Times, two popular restaurants are quite excited to launch their opening at Icon Brickell Condos. Mexican restaurant chain, La Cantina No.20 and Tony’s restaurant chain, Cipriani got three stories of leased spaces from the 50-story classy skyline, brewing up enough excitement in the city of Miami.

Icon Brickell Condos are created by a well-known designer, Philippe Starck and architecturally fashioned by the world famous firm, Arquitectonica.  Its three posh towers, overlooking the city of Miami have more than 1,800 luxury condo units with exceptional amenities such as a full-service health club & spa, open air terraces, 300 ft swimming pool and offers easy access to Biscayne Bay’s pedestrian walkway.

The posh Miami condos had attracted Cipriani, which had already listed Icon Brickell Condo on their website, as its Miami restaurant & bar locale, due to open this Fall of 2012, after its unsuccessful move to launch a residential resort at 3201 Collin’s Avenue on Miami Beach.

Tony’s famous Cipriani is regarded as a restaurant icon to most celebrities and is reputable for its literary hangout, Harry’s Bar in Venice, with bars and other restaurant venues in L.A., New York City, Monte Carlo, Dubai, Hong Kong and Istanbul.

Also opening at the Icon Brickell Condo is La Cantina No. 20, a well-known Mexican restaurant with more than 30 dining spots scattered all over Mexico. They not only serve Mexican food but they also offer exquisite and authentic Italian dishes.

Will you be the first to stop in at these new hotspots? What kinds of restaurants do you think are still missing in Brickell?

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