Jugofresh's Matthew Sherman and Darren Laszlo to Open New Concept in Sunset Harbour

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Sunset Harbour Shops is Miami Beach's hottest address, and Jugofresh owners Matthew Sherman and Darren Laszlo are apparently planning to expand their commercial presence accordingly.

Though there's already a Jugofresh location in Sunset Harbour, at 1935 West Ave., Suite 102, sources tell New Times the duo has a new concept brewing for a space in a different part of the complex, on Bay Road.

See also: Jugofresh to Open in Downtown Whole Foods Market

TheRealDeal.com reported that Sherman would open a 2,000-square-foot vegan restaurant and market onsite, but a rep for Sherman and Laszlo told Short Order it's not a Jugofresh.

In her words: "Matthew Sherman and Darren Laszlo have a concept brewing for that space."

So we know it's not a Jugofresh, but we don't know much else.

Though the rep didn't have anything else to divulge about the project, a rep for Scott Robins Companies, the site's developer, told Short Order the new space is on Bay Road, separate from Jugofresh's West Avenue location. It's in the same complex as Ice Box Café and Chef Bee's soon-to-open Thai restaurant, NaiYaRa.

A Sunbiz filing in Sherman's name lists a Jugofresh Sunset Harbour at 1834 Bay Rd., Miami Beach.

We don't know much more, but we can safely assume anything by this team will be healthful, innovative, and worth the wait.

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