From an onboard lounge and technology-focused convenience markets to an upcoming stop in Orlando, Brightline relaunches with a list of exciting new additions.
In an innovative union between local food vendors and breweries, Brightline plans to redefine travel norms while introducing a lineup of new hospitality concepts to elevate the luxury experience. Currently operating between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, the one-of-a-kind transportation station bolsters its offerings with three new endeavors including its grab-and-go MRKT store, the elegant Mary Mary bar and Citizens—a 16-stall food hall specific to the MiamiCentral station.
“At Brightline, it’s our priority to provide our travelers a complete hospitality experience from the moment they open our app to the moment they reach their final destination,” says Patrick Goddard, president at Brightline. Whether indulging in Mary Mary’s all-day fare and craft cocktails or picking up fresh cuisine from its MRKT and Citizens takeout shops, Brightline’s latest ventures fuse immersive experiences with environmentally conscious efforts to create a haven of ease for local travelers.
Staying community-focused, the wide range of local partnerships and collaborations—from Breakthru Beverage Group and celebrity chef Dani Garcia to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and brands like Umami Burger and Sam’s Crispy Chicken—have been carefully curated, resulting in a unique travel encounter. With a recently announced stop in Orlando set to launch in 2023, Brightline offers a futuristic take on luxury travel, where convenience, comfort and locality join in the form of a first-class adventure. Miami: 600 NW First Ave.; Fort Lauderdale: 101 NW Second Ave.; West Palm Beach: 501 Evernia St.; Orlando: South Terminal/Terminal C at Orlando International Airport (MCO)