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Take a Look Inside The Now-Open Time Out Market Miami

Two and a half years in the making complete with 18 kitchens and three bars

After two and half years — and several vendor changes — Time Out Market Miami officially debuts at 1601 Drexel Avenue today. This marks the popular food hall’s first U.S. location.

Inside the 18,000 square-foot space there are 18 eateries, a demo kitchen and three bars. Many of the restaurants are helmed by familiar faces in South Florida’s culinary scene including Giorgio Rapicavoli, Top Chef season 13 winner Jeremy Ford, and Norman Van Aken, who serve as the space’s “signature” chefs. They’ll be next to other notable names in the community like Coyo Taco, Kush, Azucar Ice Cream, Miami Smokers, Stephen’s Deli and more. The complete food line up includes:

  • K’West and Beach Pie — Van Aken has two outposts in Time Out Market. K’West is filled with dishes that are inspired by flavors of South Florida and the Keys, while Beach Pie features five different pizzas topped with an assortment of local veggies and ingredients.
  • Krun-Chi — Helmed by Ford, it offers up dishes with Korean flavors alongside some Stubborn Seed favorites.
  • Bachour — The namesake eatery by Antonio Bachour, offers all his signature delicate and artistic pastries.
  • Eating House — The forever popular restaurant by Rapicavoli serves up a selection of the restaurant’s best hits like the the truffle carbonara and brussel sprouts.
  • Leña — By Ariete’s own Michael Beltran, it offers plenty of the favorites from his Coconut Grove outpost like the pastrami short rib and wood-fired oysters.
  • The Local Cuban — Alberto Cabrera brings his award-winning Cuban sandwich along with other hearty Cuban dishes to the market.
  • Salt & Brine — An oyster bar from the team behind Calle Ocho’s Ella’s Oyster Bar feature upscale takes on the salty bivalves, including a weekday happy hour with $1 oysters.
  • Pho Mo — A spinoff of Viet-Cajun restaurant Phuc Yea, focused on — like the name implies — pho.
  • KUSH — A second outpost is brought to Time Out Market by Matt Kuscher of his popular Wynwood burger joint.
  • Coyo Taco — With locations all around South Florida, this latest location proves that chef Scott Linquist’s casual Mexican eatery shows no signs of slowing down.
  • Azucar — Suzy Batlle, “the Queen of Cuban ice cream,” brings her Miami-inspired ice cream flavors to the market.
  • Love Life Cafe — This vegan-friendly eatery has two outposts in the market, one serving cafe style cuisine and that will be open at 8 a.m. daily and the other will offer up heartier items like plant-based burgers.
  • 33 Kitchen — Serving Peruvian-inspired dishes by chef Sebastian Fernandez
  • Miami Smokers — A charcuterie bar by Andres Barrientos and James Bowers with locally smoked and cured meats.
  • Stephen’s Deli — A spin-off of Miami’s oldest New York style deli since 1954 and the second Time Out Market Miami outpost for Kuscher.
  • Wabi Sabi by Shuji — The brainchild of chef Shuji Hiyakawa it offers five Japanese specialties.

Aside from these food outposts, the market will also host a rotating three-month residency program kicking off with French Laundry alum chef Miguel Massens who will preview his upcoming restaurant, Antilia. In addition to some a la carte dishes, diners will also have the opportunity to have a five-course, prix-fixe tasting menu on select nights while sitting at the only open-kitchen counter in the market.

To wash all the food back, Time Out Market Miami features three bars: the main bar in the center of the market, and two side bars with monthly rotating activations. All three bars will offer 15 different drinks created by local bartenders from places like the Broken Shaker, Sweet Liberty, and the Generator. 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.

The market is open daily from 11 a.m. with some eateries opening at 8 a.m. for coffee, juices and breakfast items until 11 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and midnight on Friday and Saturday nights.

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