A Break From The Norm: A Look Inside Time Out Market Miami
Hello Foodie Friends,
Today’s blog post comes from one of Savor Our City’s very own, Emily Shea.
Food halls are one of the fastest-growing dining trends of the last decade— and for good reason! Originating in Europe and Asia, the food hall trend has reached the states and has proven to be ever-popular. Picture an elevated food-court concept, offering a diverse array of cuisine and cultures.
The Time Out Market in Miami is one such food hall, located in a unique and modern building on the corner of Drexel Avenue. In 2019, the 17,000-square-foot hall was launched with space for 17 kitchens, 3 bars, a demo kitchen, and a video wall. Since it’s opening, Time Out Market has opened food halls in Chicago, Montreal, New York, and Boston.
In 2020, Time Out Market Miami closed due to Covid. They reopened a year later with expanded seating and restaurant space. Although some restaurants had to pack up shop during the closure, many new restaurants have opened up in their place. Here are some of the dining options available to you during a visit to Time Out Market Miami:
Azucar – Homemade Cuban Ice Cream
Benito’s Cafecito – Coffee & Pastries
Chick’N Jones – Modern Fried Chicken
Clyde’s Caribbean – Trinidadian Cuisine
King Patty’s – Jamaican Cuisine and Patties
La Santa Taqueria – Tacos & Quesadillas
Lur – Spanish Tapas & Basque Gastronomy
Necessary Purveyor – Artisanal Sandwiches
Pho Mo – Vietnamese Cuisine by Phuc Yeah
Plants & Bowls – Salads, Smoothies, & Bowls
Square Pie City – Detroit-style Pizza
Yu Me – Japanese Cuisine by Chef Hiro-San
33 Kitchen – Peruvian Cuisine by Sebastian Fernandez
In addition to the restaurants listed above, a full-service bar sits in the center of the market. A booth called “Tunes” features live artists, musicians, and DJ’s most nights of the week. The wide array of food and drinks available is guaranteed to make Time Out Market a must-visit while dining in Miami. It’s a great place to try a bunch of different dishes, often prepared by up-and-coming chefs who can’t yet afford their own brick & mortar restaurant. So, if you’re interested in trying something new, Time Out Market is the place to go!
Parking is available in an attached garage. Be sure to save your receipt from the Market, as a parking discount is offered to all who patronize the hall. Dogs are welcome in the large outdoor seating area at the Market.
Time Out Market is open everyday starting at 12pm and closes at 10pm (11pm on Fri and Sat eves).
You can visit their website for more info.
Until we eat (and drink) again…
We send you delicious wishes, xo