TIME OUT MARKET MIAMI OPENED ITS DOORS TO THE PUBLIC BACK IN MAY OF THIS YEAR ON MIAMI BEA CH— CEMENTING AN EXCITING MUST-VISIT FOODIE DESTINATION.
At this food and cultural market, visitors are welcomed to enjoy outstanding food from the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs, cocktails from Miami’s award-winning mixologists, and stunning artworks by local talent. Every day of the week, guests can choose from over 100 mouth-watering dishes from restaurants such as Azucar, Coyo Taco, Kush, Miami Smokers, Ms. Cheezsious, or Pho Mo to name a few.
Time Out Market Miami features a main bar in the center of the market, serving innovative craft cocktails, and two side bars with monthly rotating activations. Guests can choose from 25 wine selections, available by the glass or bottle; six varieties of Champagne and sparkling wine; four beer options by local breweries on tap; and two frozen cocktail options—a frosé and a piña colada—to help beat the heat.
The Time Out Market Miami’s curated mix is what gives visitors a true taste of the city. Time Out Market Miami’s design and cultural elements are created together with local talent. The design of Time Out Market Miami is a reflection of the city, inspired by the style and glamour of the local Art Deco movement, infused with elements of the Time Out Market brand. The market is a rectangular space with light streaming in from large windows and wooden communal tables in the center, surrounded by open kitchens where guests explore, order and receive food. Pink terrazzo—reflecting the local sunsets’ hues and poured-in-place in much the same way as the material used in South Beach’s Art Deco buildings— makes the kitchen counters a defining and striking design feature. The pink contrasts with the kitchens’ glossy black tiles serving as the backdrop for the chefs’ energy, talent and creativity—all this is fully on display to focus on the democratization of fine dining and provide a neutral canvas. The color scheme is complemented by the exposed concrete floors and the textured material of the grey ceiling, illuminated by pastel-colored neon lights, representing a well-known Miami design element.