St. Roch is Renovated as MIA Market

The food hall at Miami Design District, formerly St. Roch, has rebranded to MIA Market, a chef-driven food hall featuring a thoughtfully-curated mix of local food and beverage talent.

MIA Market is located in the Miami Design District on the second floor, right next to the famous Buckminster Fuller’s Fly’s Eye Dome. It was formally known as St. Roch Market but was rebranded back in December of last year. Along with the rebranding came new food concepts Foirette, Ruby Dee’s, and Osom Bites.

Foirette, a New American rotisserie concept, will feature classic rotisserie cooking techniques interpreted through the eyes of Michelin-trained chefs. Examples of some of the dishes at Foirette include a pulled chicken sandwich, Mezuna salad, “Shattered” Schnitzle, and Porchetta.

Ruby Dee’s is a concept inspired by Chef Daniel Roy’s childhood memories. It is named after his grandma Ruby Dell and incorporates some of the dishes she made for him during his youth. Expect delectable seasonal and vegetable-focused plates such as Hamachi Tartar, Pine Nut Mushroom Salad, Wagyu Picanha Sandwich, and more.

Osom Bites is run by owner Roxana Morfe, who also owns and operates Hot Lime. The eatery will offer a selection of sweet crepes like Brownie, which comes with fudge brownie, strawberries, Nutella, and homemade whipped cream. There’s also crepes that serve as a filling lunch with creations like Mexican, made with chicken with smoked spices, cheddar cheese, sour cream, chipotle aioli, and avocado.

The other existing vendors include Coop, Hot Lime, Sabal Coffee, Dal Plin, Jaffa, and Tran An.

Coop is an American Southern experience that serves unique takes on traditional dishes using fresh, local ingredients. You can look forward to classics like from-scratch buttermilk biscuits with candied bacon butter and 25-hour brined fried chicken served on a cheddar chive waffle.

Hot Lime is a craft taco and ceviche spot serving up mouthwatering tacos like Garlic Shrimp, Chipotle Chick, and a Vegan option. They also whip up ceviche, giving you the option to order it classic, with shrimp, a mix, or in a rice bowl.

Sabal Coffee is where you can get your pick-me- up for the day with high-quality craft coffee and tea beverages. The menu includes espresso-based beverages, ready-brew, cold-brew, and single-origin pour-overs, and the hand-selected tea lineup features both hot and iced teas. Concerning food, they offer pastries and other snacks like freshly baked empanadas, croissants, and cookies.

Dal Plin is an Italian eatery that focuses on handmade fresh pasta, ravioli, gnocchi and traditional comfort Italian specialties. Classic techniques, fresh ingredients, and original recipes are used to bring back authentic Italian flavors.

Jaffa is an Israeli kitchen by Chef Yaniv that incorporates Mediterranean cuisine influences. Highlights include hummus towers, falafel, turmeric-roasted cauliflower, deconstructed baba ghanoush, and assorted meats as well as fantastic vegan dishes.

Tran An, last but not least, is helmed by chef-owner Jon Nguyen and aims to make homely Vietnamese comfort food easily accessible and affordable. The menu features several variations of traditional pho soups, broken rice and vermicelli noodle bowls, and salads with inventive protein options. The broth used in Nguyen’s pho takes up to eight hours to prepare!

Whether you’re in the mood for sweet, spicy, salty, or tangy, MIA Market has got you covered. With diverse options that incorporate various cultures and cooking techniques, the market represents Miami’s people impeccably. There’s something for everyone here and you’ll definitely want to try it all!

140 N.E. 39th St., Miami @miamarketmiami