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Variety Is The Spice At Time Out Market Miami


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Ed Fisher

Time Out Market Miami officially opened on Thursday, May 9 on Drexel Avenue one block south of Lincoln Road, putting Miami Beach on the map as the popular food hall’s first location in the United States. Time Out debuted its first market in Lisbon, Portugal five years ago and has become one of Portugal’s most visited attractions.

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Outdoor seating

Miami Beach’s hub encompasses 18,000 square feet housing 18 eateries, a demo kitchen, and three bars. The concept is to bring the city’s best chefs, let them showcase their passion, put them under one roof, and keep the price point around $20.

The atmosphere is vibrant with communal wood tables for seating. Pink terrazzo accents are notable at the counters. Ambient music was DJ inspired the night we visited. Outdoor seating is available.

After perusing the different vendors, order at the counter, and a pager provided will notify you when your food is ready.

Time Out Market Miami’s three bars include the main bar in the center and two side bars. Twenty-five wine selections are available by the glass or bottle, as well as champagne, sparkling wine, and beer by local breweries on tap. Cocktails have been created by local bartenders with inspirations originating from the Broken Shaker, the Generator, and Sweet Liberty.

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Center bar

Your iconic culinary choices might include the following:

  • Beach Pie by Norman Van Aken: Artisan style pizzas topped with local and seasonal ingredients
  • K’West by Norman Van Aken: Dishes inspired by flavors of South Florida and the Keys
  • Jeremy Ford: Dishes infused with Korean culture alongside Stubborn Seed favorites
  • Eating House: A selection of Giorgio Rapicavoli’s best
  • Leña: Favorites from Michael Beltran’s Coconut Grove outpost Ariete
  • Salt & Brine: An oyster bar from the team behind Ella’s on Calle Ocho
  • Pho Mo: Viet-Cajun spin-off from the creators of Phuc Yea
  • The Local Cuban: Alberto Cabrera’s award winning Cuban sandwich with other hearty Cuban dishes
  • Kush: Matt Kuscher’s second outpost of epicurean American cuisine mirroring his Wynwood burger establishment
  • Coyo Taco: Scott Linquist’s casual Mexican eatery showcases his acclaimed Mexi-cali cuisine
  • Love Life Café: Vegan friendly eatery
  • 33 Kitchen: Sebastian Fernandez serves Peruvian inspired dishes
  • Miami Smokers: Andres Barrientos and James Bowers craft a charcuterie bar with locally smoked and cured meats
  • Stephen’s Deli: A spin-off of Miami’s oldest New York style deli since 1954 and a second outpost for Matt Kuscher
  • Wabi Sabi by Shuji: Chef Shuji Hiyakawa compresses years of experience into five Japanese specialties
  • Azucar: Suzy Batlle brings her Miami inspired ice cream and new custom flavors
  • Bachour : Antonio Bachour’s namesake with delicate handmade pastries

Many visits will be needed to experience the culinary sophistication Time Out Market Miami offers to our community. Our adventure began at Leña with wood grilled oysters. Sourced from the East Coast, they are served on a bed of salt. Their warmth and subtle flavor were enhanced by a chopped chive and lemon garnish.

LEFT: Leña by Michael Beltran. RIGHT: Wood grilled oysters.

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LEFT: Leña by Michael Beltran. RIGHT: Wood grilled oysters.

Our next stop was K’West. Van Aken’s celebrated signature dish was our selection. Rhum and pepper painted fish was prepared with a soy and rum reduction, citrus dust, and black pepper. The grouper was caramelized, delicate and succulent, served atop a mango emulsion alongside a poblano pepper stuffed with mashed boniato.

LEFT: K'West by Norman Van Aken. RIGHT: Rhum and pepper painted fish.

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LEFT: K'West by Norman Van Aken. RIGHT: Rhum and pepper painted fish.

Long awaiting a quality New York style pastrami sandwich in Miami Beach, Stephen’s Deli approaches the execution with an outstanding deli rye bread, piquant mustard and a generous portion of meat. Perhaps it is the best to arrive on the scene in a very long time. The flavorful sandwich could be improved with more highly seasoned meat, a leaner cut and thicker slices. Feedback was well received as Stephen’s Deli strives for perfection.

LEFT: Stephen's Deli.  RIGHT: Pastrami on rye.

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LEFT: Stephen's Deli. RIGHT: Pastrami on rye.

'Bahama Village' key lime pie

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'Bahama Village' key lime pie

Our satiety was culminated with Van Aken’s key lime pie. Served in a jar with a carefully torched meringue topping, the tart key lime and graham cracker crust abundantly satisfied.

Other items we must have on a return visit include:

LEFT: Jeremy Ford's spicy fried chicken sandwich with cucumber kimchi and lemon aioli. CENTER: Lena's pastrami short rib and frita classic. RIGHT: Anthony Bachour's pastries.

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LEFT: Jeremy Ford's spicy fried chicken sandwich with cucumber kimchi and lemon aioli. CENTER: Lena's pastrami short rib and frita classic. RIGHT: Anthony Bachour's pastries.

Time Out Market’s Demo Kitchen provides a three month residency giving chefs the experiential space to preview new menus and interact with diners.

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Demo kitchen

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Retail kiosk

Trays, plates, and cloth-napkin wrapped silverware are routinely and efficiently removed from the tables when your meal is completed by gracious staff.

A small retail area exists where for purchasing logo T-shirts, tote bags, and baby bibs.

Time Out Market Miami provides an extraordinary experience of artistic cuisine across multiple cultures in a convivial and relaxed setting. This is an unparalleled food hall experience.

 

Time Out Market Miami is located at 1601 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach, Florida, 33139

Call 786-753-5388

Opening Hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
    Love Life Cafe, The Local Cuban, Antonio Bachour open at 8am for breakfast Outdoor area closes at 10 p.m.
  • Friday, Saturday and National Holidays 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.
    Love Life Cafe, The Local Cuban, Antonio Bachour open at 8 a.m. for breakfast Outdoor area closes at 11 p.m.

E-mail: infomiami@timeoutmarket.com

Parking:
Limited street parking
Adjacent garage

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