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Eateries on offer at Time Out Market Miami
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We are very proud to bring Time Out Market to Miami – it is an exciting and vibrant city known for its incredibly diverse food and cultural scene, making it a fantastic fit for our brand.
Julio Bruno
CEO of Time Out Group

Time Out Market Miami opens its doors to the public today, May 9, bringing a new and exciting must-visit destination to Miami Beach. At the food and cultural market, visitors get to enjoy outstanding food from the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs, cocktails from Miami’s award-winning mixologists and stunning artworks by local talent.

From morning through night, guests can choose from over 100 mouth-watering dishes, savoring Cuban Pastries or Tacos, Shrimp Ceviche or Crackling Maiitake Mushroom with Shishito Peppers, Sushi Bowls or Beef Pho, artisan-style pizza or Lobster Rolls, Pastrami Short Rib with Shaved Fennel Caesar or Chicken N Waffles, Pan-Seared Chochoyotes or Grilled Octopus, vegan burgers, Tulip Cakes, and more.

Time Out Market Miami spans across 18,000 square feet and features 18 eateries, a demonstration kitchen and three bars, bringing the best of the city together under one roof: its best chefs, drinks and cultural experiences – based on editorial curation.

Located at 1601 Drexel Avenue, just off Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, the market is open daily from 8am. Some eateries will serve coffee, juice, smoothies and delicious breakfast items to start the day, while all vendors open at 11am. From Sunday to Thursday it will close at 11pm, on Friday and Saturday at midnight.

To select Miami’s outstanding culinary talent, local Time Out editors tested and tasted the city’s best food and then invited only the very best chefs to join Time Out Market. The result of this curation is a stellar lineup, offering guests a diverse range of local cuisines – affordable and accessible for all with an average food check per person of around $20:

Azucar, fresh locally sourced ice cream

Antonio Bachour, patisserie and confections

Salt & Brine, sushi bar

Wabi Sabi, Japanese sushi bowls

Miami Smokers, charcuterie

Stephen’s deli, New York style delicatessen

Love Life Café, plant-based clean and fresh food

KUSH, Epicurean, American cuisine

Leña, meat/steak

Beach Pie, hand crafted artisan-style pizza

Giorgio Rapicavoli, Italian and Latin American dishes

Normen van Aken, a taste of South Floria and the Keys

Jeremy Ford, southern inspired Korean food

Pho Mo, a spin on traditional Asian cuisine

33 Kitchen, Peruvian inspired dishes

Coyo Taco, taquería

The Local Cuban, Cuban cuisine

The design of Time Out Market Miami is a reflection of the city, inspired by the style and glamour of the local Art Deco movement, infused with elements of the Time Out Market brand. The market is a rectangular space with light streaming in from large windows and wooden communal tables in the center, surrounded by open kitchens where guests explore, order and receive food.

Time Out Market is rooted in the heritage of Time Out – a magazine created at a kitchen table in London in 1968 to inspire and enable people to explore and enjoy the best of the city. Since then, Time Out editors have been writing about the best food, drinks and cultural experiences to help people go out better. Today, a global team of local expert journalists curates the best things to do in 315 cities in 58 countries across websites, magazines, social media, and live events. Now this curation is fully brought to life at Time Out Market.

 

We are very proud to bring Time Out Market to Miami – it is an exciting and vibrant city known for its incredibly diverse food and cultural scene, making it a fantastic fit for our brand.
Julio Bruno
CEO of Time Out Group

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