Address:601 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, FL, USA
Photo by: Jaclyn-Rivas
Lisbon’s number one tourist destination has landed in Miami and we couldn’t be more proud/honored to welcome this amazing market that is more than your average food hall. Time Out Market Miami will open its doors on Thursday, May 9th at 8 am.
What to expect: 18 Miami food concepts and three bars have been asked to be part of the first Time Out Market outside of Europe and in the US. This carefully curated line-up of eateries will be housed under one roof in Miami Beach.
Expect a fine dining experience with affordable prices and communal wooden tables. This will not only be a destination for tourists but also locals that are familiar with these talented chefs and iconic restaurant concepts.
The market will be open daily from 11 am with some eateries serving from 8 am coffee, juices, and breakfast items to start the day; from Sunday to Thursday it will close at 11 pm, on Friday and Saturday at midnight.
Beach Pie by Norman Van Aken: Artisan-style pizza featuring local and seasonal ingredients by James Award-winning chef, Norman Van Aken. His menu will offer five pizza options that pay homage to his culinary career. Pizzas include Spain Meets Italy, topped with jamón and wine-soaked figs, and the traditional Old World, a classic version of the Margherita, with creamy mozzarella, bright tomato sauce, and fresh basil.
K’West by Norman Van Aken: Chef Norman will also present a second concept at the market, showcasing a menu that highlights flavors from South Florida and the Keys. Think Papaya BBQ duck meatballs and for dessert Key lime pie with torched merengue.
Jeremy Ford: Top Chef Season 13 winner and executive chef of Stubborn Seed, Jermey Ford will be bringing his take on Korean flavors to Time Out Market Miami. The hangover stew is calling your name. Add the soy egg to this hearty smoked pork dish for a burst of flavors.
Bachour: Call him the king of croissants. Antonio Bachour, winner of the 2018 ‘Best Pastry Chef Award’ at the Best Chef Awards in Milan, will offer the most delicate handmade desserts you’ve ever seen and tasted. Try his dulce de lèche croissant and his coconut cheesecake.
Giorgio Rapicavoli: Miami’s infamous carbonara is now available in Miami Beach thanks to Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House.
Leña by Ariete: Michael Beltran, Chef of the Year nominee and recipient of Restaurant of the Year for Ariete, will present Leña, an all wood burning concept. Indulge in wood-grilled oyster, a classic frita and pastelitos.
The Local Cuban: Alberto Cabrera will introduce the Local Cuban, serving his award-winning Cuban sandwich and more; the concept is inspired by the time he spent in the kitchen with his family as a child and throughout his career.
Kush: Miami’s favorite out-of-the-box burger concept by Matt Kuscher will offer epicurean, American cuisine based on locally sourced ingredient. Favorites include the chicken and waffles and the classic burger.
Coyo Taco: Chef Scott Linquist, one of the country’s most acclaimed chefs in Mexi-cali cuisine, will offer his hugely popular tacos and other specialties. Duck carnitas and guac are a must.
Azucar: the Queen of Cuban ice cream will bring her legendary creamery Azucar, serving popular flavors and new custom flavors. Of course, you’ll be able to get her Abuela Maria flavor as well as her mantecado.
Wabi Sabi by Shuji: Chef Shuji Hiyakawawill compress his three decades’ worth of experience in Japanese fine dining into five signature dishes focused on quality and flawless execution. Try the Wabi Sabi bowl with tuna, salmon, crab, tobiko, cucumber, seaweed, avocado, shiitake mushroom.
Stephen’s Deli: a spin-off of Miami’s oldest and only New York-style deli since 1954 and the second time Out Market Miami locale for Matt Kuscher. Try Bubbie’s matzo ball soup and the Reuben with Hot corned beef, Swiss, sauerkraut, Russian dressing, served on toasted rye.
Salt & Brine: A Miami Oyster concept with $1 oysters for happy hour. Dress up these west coast and east coast oyster with the cucumber tobiko upgrade that comes pickled cucumbers, wasabi tobiko and red radish.
Other concepts include Vegan favorite Love Life Cafe, Peruvian dishes by 33 Kitchen, a charcuterie bar by Miami Smokers, Viet-Cajun spot Pho Mo by the creators of Phuc Yeah.
Cocktails by The Broken Shaker, Sweet Liberty, and Generator Hostel Miami: Time Out Market Miami will feature 15 cocktails created by local mixologists from some of Miami’s most renowned bars: Broken Shaker, Sweet Liberty, and the new Generator Hostel Miami. In addition, guests can also choose from 25 wine selections, available by the glass or bottle; six varieties of Champagne and sparkling wine; four beer options by local breweries on tap; and two frozen cocktail options–a frosé and a piña colada. Wine by the glass will start from $6 and signature cocktails from $11(excl. tax).
The Demonstration Kitchen: For those curious of up-and-coming chefs in Miami, check out The Demonstration Kitchen periodically. For the next three months, Chef Miguel Massens will take over the demo kitchen. His accolades include Forbes Miami’s Best Kept Secret Chefs to Know Right Now and Zagat’s Under the Radar Chefs to Know in Miami. His career spans stints at Michelin-starred restaurants such as Daniel in New York and The French Laundry in California’s Napa Valley. He also was the former chef of Norman Van Aken’s Three in Wynwood.
Time Out Market Miami is located off South Beach’s Lincoln Road at 1601 Drexel Avenue, no reservations needed for this one.