Time Out Market Miami Brings A New Food Hall To South Beach, Near Lincoln Road
Time out market Miami
Local foodies are salivating at a new food hall on South Beach.
A few blocks from Frank Gehry’s New World Center – home of the New World Symphony, a few blocks from the Atlantic beaches and one block from the open air shops on Lincoln Road. Time Out Market Miami Opens May 9th, featuring many of the city’s best chefs, award-winning mixologists, art from Miami’s emerging talent, and cooking experiences in a demonstration kitchen.
Following the success of the popular Time Out Market Lisbon, which opened in 2014, Time Out Markets will open in New York, Boston, Chicago and Montréal this year.
Internationally, the Time Out Market Dubai is expected to open in 2020, the Time Out Market in London-Waterloo in 2021 and the Time Out Market in Prague in 2022.
This upscale Miami Food Hall will center around the Time Out Market Bar. Two other bars offer drinks from Broken Shaker, Sweet Liberty and Generator Miami. Guests can also choose from 25 wines and many beer and beverage options.
A rotating row of chefs will appear in the demonstration kitchen. First, with a three-month stay, Miguel Massens will present dishes from his upcoming Antilia restaurant. The chef also occasionally hosts five-course tasting menus.
The grocery list contains:
- 33 kitchen. Chef Sebastian Fernandez’s Coconut Grove Restaurant returns with Peruvian-inspired dishes.
- Azucar. Suzy Battle creates new flavors for her Cuban-influenced ice cream on Calle Ocho.
- Antonio Bachour. The master pastry chef and recipient of the Best Pastry Chef Award 2018 at Milan’s Best Chef Awards brings his creations to Miami Beach.
- Beach Pie. The venerable chef Norman Van Aken introduces his pizza concept in South Florida.
- Coyo taco. Miami’s Taqueria, founded by Alan Drummond and Sven Vogtland and under the direction of Chef Scott Linquist, serves tacos with locally sourced vegetables and seafood, human meat and tortillas made to order from a real tortillera.
- Jeremy Ford. Chef and top chef Jeremy Ford from Stubborn Seed interprets Korean cuisine.
- K’West. Norman Van Aken, one of Miami’s original star chefs, delivers the flavors and atmosphere of Key West alongside his market pizza. He’s all in.
- Kush. This is where Wynwood’s favorite burger and beer joint opens.
- The local Cuban. Alberto Cabrera’s Cuban sandwich returns along with dishes inspired by Cuba, his childhood home.
- Leña. Michael Beltran from Ariete illuminates wooden dishes.
- Love life cafe. Veronica Menin and Diego Tosoni, partners in love and work, bring their plant-based foods into the hall.
- Miami smokers. Andres Barrientos and James Bowers make their debut in the smokehouse’s first sausage bar.
- Pho Mo. Phuc Yeas Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold bring the Viet-Cajun fusion to Miami Beach.
- Giorgio Rapicavoli. The chef offers favorite dishes from his popular Coral Gables Eating House restaurant
- Salt & Brine. Ellas Oyster Bar’s Christian and Domenica Plotczyk introduce their new seafood concept to the market.
- Stephens Deli. Restorer Matt Kuscher delivers Miami’s oldest New York-style deli, starting with corned beef and pastrami, of course.
- Wabi Sabi by Shuji. Chef Shuji Hiyakawa emphasizes quality and execution in five typical dishes.