The Centertown Market logo sign is just above the order and payment registers at the entrance to the location.
Here's a look at the entrance to the Centertown Market from the lobby.
The menu and pricing board at Centertown Market is just above the payment registers. (2019)
The order placement and payment area at Centertown Market.
The giant sun umbrealla feature in the order placement and payment area is a nice tropical touch.
Moving just past the order placement area, you'll see the start of a dining area that is longer, than it is wide. Food pickup is on the right side in this photo (where the cast members pickup the food, not the guests)... while an additional large seating nook is on the right.
The cute "Port" signs above the faux exterior window treatment designs are kind of a throw-back to the dining area that was at this location, prior to the Centertown Market refresh.
The Port au Prince sign at Centertown Market.
The Port of San Juan sign at Centertown Market.
The Port of Santo Domingo sign at Centertown Market.
Ooooo such a long counter! Silverware, napkins, condiments, a toaster or two and even a hot water tea station are located here. (As far as I know, the pull handles on the cabinet, don't actually open little draws.)
A side view of the self-serve silverware and condiments counter. (There's even a ketchup pump on the far right-hand side.)
A close-up look at the silverware box with condiments located on either side.
The dining area at Centertown Market is longer than it is wide. This angle offers a good view of the soda and beverage stations on the left-hand side.
Some of the dining areas have a teal color system on the walls with white trim. It's a modern, tropical feel, that's very nicely done.
Here's another one of the Modern Tropical nooks a little further into the restaurant.
This is one of the larger, contiguous seating areas at Centertown Market, and it's located at the very back of the restaurant.
Another one of the design themes is sort of a peach and blue combo... this is a little more Caribbean in nature... sort of.
A large wall mural adds to the fun and festive feel in the Caribbean themed dining areas.
I don't really have a design explanation for these peach and orange areas... other than it looks nice. The floors are darker here than in rooms with other color systems. This might be a nod to the Port of San Juan... maybe.
The peach and orange areas also have very high ceilings and great accent light features.
Here's a look at a seating area that's really close to the food ordering and payment area.
I think those sliver things in the back and to the left are Coke Freestyle machines.
There's a couple of missing tables in this seating area because those double doors on the left... lead to the outside seating for Centertown Market. You wouldn't want to keep getting bumped around when guests go in and out of those doors.
This is one of the outdoor patio seating areas at Centertown Market. It's covered, and there's fans, and it's outdoors... so there's no air conditioning. I'm just saying.