In 2014, the editorial team behind Time Out Lisbon turned a historic market building in the city into Time Out Market Lisbon, the world’s first food and cultural market based wholly on editorial curation. Today, it is the most popular attraction in the country with 3.6 million visitors in 2017. In 2019, this successful format will expand globally with new Time Out Markets opening in New York, Boston, Chicago and Montreal, as well as Miami.
Located at 1601 Drexel Avenue, just off Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, Time Out Market Miami, which will open in February and span 17,500 sq. ft., will feature 17 kitchens, a demonstration kitchen, three bars offering cocktails from award-winning mixologists and an art space showcasing art works by rising talent. After exploring and sampling a variety of dishes—served on chinaware with flatware—from the surrounding kitchens, patrons can enjoy their meals at communal tables in the center of Time Out Market. The average food check per person for dinner will be approximately $20 and cocktails will be available from $13.
The space will feature the city’s most celebrated culinary talent such as James Beard Award-winning chef Norman Van Aken, Antonio Bachour, Giorgio Rapicavoli and Suzy Batlle of Azucar, who will join other top chefs such as Jeremy Ford, Michael Beltran and Alberto Cabrera.
• Korean food by Jeremy Ford
• Patisserie and confections by Antonio Bachour
• South Florida- and Keys-inspired cuisine by Norman Van Aken
• Giorgio Rapicavoli’s Italian dishes
• Clean and fresh food created by Veronica Menin and Diego Tosoni
• South Florida-inspired ice cream by Suzy Batlle, including the trademarked Abuela Maria with vanilla, guava, cream cheese and Maria crackers
• A raw bar by Christian and Dominica Plotczyk
• Viet-Cajun cuisine by Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold
• Japanase sushi bowls by Shuji Hiyakawa
• A meat concept by Michael Beltran
• Cuban food by Alberto Cabrera
• Epicurean, American cuisine by Matt Kuscher, who will have a second Time Out Market locale, a New York-style deli
• Scott Linquist’s tacos
• Sebastian Fernandez’s Peruvian dishes
• A charcuterie bar by Andres Barrientos and James Bowers.