A Peek Into The Offerings of Time Out Market Miami in South Beach

Time Out Market Miami
Time Out Market Miami – Images: Luisy Rocha @goprogirlmiami

On July 9th, Time Out Market Miami hosted the Summer In The City Event to celebrate the warm weather, the near end of the pandemic, and epic food with a unique full bar in the middle of it all. The idea behind this public food event was to encourage locals to start heading out and enjoying eateries again (specifically Time Out Miami Market). With frozen cocktails at happy hour pricing alongside an array of food options, a tattoo artist even made an appearance offering $20 tattoos to guests.

In the heart of South Beach, right off Lincoln Road, with plenty of parking options nearby. Time Out provides an opportunity to experience the area while eating affordably instead of the usual glamorous celebrity-chef food spots. The food here includes anything from pizza to sushi and charcuterie spreads. The Market also offers the area’s best chefs in each kitchen; expect the food to be stunning and $20 or less.

Time Out Market Miami
Time Out Market Miami –  Images: Luisy Rocha @goprogirlmiami
Time Out Market Miami provides an intimate air even though it’s pretty spacious. You’ll find the market to be full of energy at all times. Outdoor and indoor seating is available. If you choose to dine indoors, expect to sit in a food hall-type setting. Activities like Drag Bingo and a Rupaul’s Drag Race watch party occur through the end of July at the market. Athena Dion hosts both events and adds fun and flair to each. Happy Hour with drink discounts Wednesday through Sunday from 4 to 7 pm. Pay $5 for all draft beers, $7 for selected wines, and $8 for selected craft beers. Kick off the weekend with bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, and prosecco every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 pm. And for the remainder of this month at Time Out Market, you can also enjoy a late-night Happy Hour on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 – 11 pm.

Time Out Market Miami offers foodies the option to find all different categories of food in one place. Below is a list of available eateries.

33 Kitchen: Chef Sebastian Fernandez brings Peruvian fusion to Time Out Miami with an ingredient-forward menu. All dishes feature fewer than five ingredients to ensure that diners savor each component rather than a multitude of sauces, The menu will change based on the availability of elements since the focus is on sourcing only the freshest produce and proteins.

Arepitas Bar: Chef Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold of Pho Mo and Biscayne Boulevard’s beloved Phuc Yea have officially opened their homegrown arepera concept. At Arepitas Bar, the Medellín-born chef leans into the modern, funkier side of Latin food and kicks his creativity into high gear. This spot provides Columbian food with a Miami twist.

Azucar: From Suzy Batlle Calle Ocho, celebrated Azucar Ice Cream Company, you’ll find flavors like El Mani Loco (a.k.a. the Crazy Peanut), Café con Leche (Cuban coffee and Oreos), and Willy Cherrino (double cherry) innovative recipes and fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Time Out Miami Bachour

Bachour: From famed pastry chef Antonio Bachour, this dessert spot features croissants and masterpieces that are almost too beautiful to eat. Our favorites: Bachour Rocher, Coconut Cheesecake, Lemon Bar, and the Manjari (Valhrona 64% dark chocolate mousse, vanilla bean cremeaux, and chocolate hazelnut cake)

Chick’n Jones:  At Chick’ Jones, Amaris Jones (personal chef to Rick Ross) offers chef-driven fried chicken -available in sandwich form, by the bucket, or atop a fresh kale salad – alongside her grilled green tomatoes finished off with crispy shallots.

Hapa Kitchen and Eatery: Neil Sullivan’s spot boasts Hawaiian-style comfort food, dishes like curing loco moco—white rice piled high with a hamburger patty, mushroom gravy, and a fried egg plus a side of macaroni salad. Plus, Hawaii’s signature poke bowls.

Kush:  From the winners of the SOBEWFF 2021 Heineken Burger Bash “People’s Choice” Award, you can find: Alligator bites, burgers topped with guava jelly, and chicken and waffles at their Time Out Market spot.

Time Out Market Miami

La Santa Taqueria: Omar Montero keeps things very traditional when it comes to food, drawing all kinds of inspiration from his native Mexico City for La Santa Taqueria. This Mexican Taco restaurant features authentic tacos with an extensive array of protein options for the filling.

Pho Mo: Much like the duo’s MiMo spot, Pho Mo, a spin-off with partner Giovanny Gutierrez, brings a unique blend of Cajun and Vietnamese cuisines, including noodles, buns (filled with pork, tofu, or lemongrass chicken), and plenty of piping hot pho.

Square Pie City: From celebrity chef Jeremiah Bullfrog (also the founder of two annual food festivals in Miami – Duck Duck Goose and PIG!), you’ll find the ultimate Detroit-style pizza stop, deep-dish pies, square-shaped with sauce over the cheese, super crisp crust, and cheese-infused dough served in three different varieties.

The Local Cuban: Innovative takes on Latin classics; standout dishes are the arroz con pollo and pork belly. Just when we thought we had a grasp on what to expect from Cuban cuisine, chef Alberto Cabrera made us rethink everything we thought we knew.

With the success of the Summer In The City food event, expect more people to be eating from each food spot. There’s a long list of eateries for foodies, bars with flowing drinks, fun events, and two happy hours to attend. Better yet, Time Out Market Miami is an Instagram-worthy spot with a very inviting vibe! Can you blame them?

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

Zulma Torres

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