Time Out Food Hall Opening Today Next To Lincoln Road With 18 Eateries

South Beach is getting a big new food hall.

Time Out Market is officially opening today (May 9) at 1601 Drexel Avenue, just off Lincoln Road.

There will be 18 eateries, 3 bars, and a demonstration kitchen spanning 18,000 square feet. Over 100 dishes will be offered.

Prices will be affordable, with an average check of $20 per person. Food will be served on chinaware with flatware and in glasses.

The eateries will include:

  • Norman Van Aken: James Beard Award winning Chef Norman Van Aken – one of Miami’s top culinary masters with a vast list of accolades – is best known for introducing ‘fusion’ into the lexicon of modern gastronomy and is considered the founding father of New World Cuisine. At Time Out Market Miami – his first foray into a food and cultural market – he presents his K’West concept, featuring a menu that delivers the remarkable taste of South Florida and the Keys with dishes like Shrimp Ceviche ‘Salsa of Life’.
  • Jeremy Ford: The critically acclaimed winner of ‘Top Chef Season 13’ is adding to his existing repertoire with his interpretation of Korean flavors at Time Out Market. Diners can expect exceptional, artistic dishes with intense, delicious flavors known from his celebrated Stubborn Seed in Miami Beach.
  • Bachour: Recipient of the 2018 ‘Best Pastry Chef Award’ at the Best Chef Awards in Milan, Italy, as well as prestigious culinary honors, Antonio Bachour will satisfy every sweet tooth with his famous patisserie and confections that are as delectable as they are artistic masterpieces.
  • Leña by Michael Beltran: Miami born and bred, Michael Beltran, has garnered regional and national acclaim, including ‘Chef of the Year’ and ‘Restaurant of the Year’ for Ariete, which he transformed into a destination in no time. At Time Out Market Miami, he presents Leña featuring dishes like Wood Grilled Pork Chop with Avocado Pumpkin Seed Salsa.
  • The Local Cuban by Alberto Cabrera: Miami native, but Cuban to the core, Alberto Cabrera introduces The Local Cuban, serving his award-winning Cuban sandwiches and more. The concept is inspired by the time he spent in the kitchen with his family as a child and his career in the kitchens of some of Miami’s top restaurants as well as his own much-loved establishments.
  • Beach Pie: Chef Norman Van Aken offers with his second concept at Time Out Market hand-crafted, artisan-style pizza. Featuring local and seasonal ingredients, each pie reflects his career-long dedication to the South Florida region, and his iconic New World flavor profile. There are five bold pizzas (with gluten-free crust options available), including the Redland CSA, showcasing the bounty of Miami’s dynamic agricultural region.
  • Coyo Taco: Miami’s trendy taqueria helmed by Scott Linquist, one of the country’s most acclaimed chefs in Mexican cuisine, has a presence in Time Out Market, serving his hugely popular tacos made with locally sourced vegetables and seafood, humanely raised meats, and made-to-order tortillas from a real tortillera.
  • KUSH: KUSH is brought to Time Out Market by Matt Kuscher. This is an edgy, integrity-driven award-winning restaurant concept best known for its epicurean, American cuisine featuring locally sourced ingredients. Matt Kuscher is a third-generation restaurateur and the creator of five unique concepts in Miami, a connoisseur of craft beer, local art, and great food made from scratch.
  • 33 Kitchen: Named ‘Best Peruvian Restaurant in Miami’ in 2016, 33 Kitchen by Chef Sebastian Fernandez at Time Out Market serves diners Peruvian-inspired dishes combining modern techniques with pristine ingredients. Guests will enjoy dishes like Grilled Octopus with Sweet Potato Puree, Mint and Cilantro Chimichurri.
  • Salt & Brine: Christian and Domenica Plotczyk, who redefined Miami’s oyster scene with Ella’s Oyster Bar, introduce Salt & Brine at Time Out Market. This fun raw bar features a curated list of oysters brought in fresh daily to be shucked in front of the guests, highlighting accompaniments to further enhance the oyster.
  • Love Life Cafe: Partners in both love and life, Veronica Menin and Diego Tosoni bring their plant-based Love Life Cafe – and their award-winning vegan burger – to Time Out Market Miami. It is all about clean and fresh food without sacrificing a delicious, indulgent dining experience full of flavor.
  • Azucar: Suzy Batlle, the Queen of Cuban ice cream, joins Time Out Market Miami with her legendary creamery, serving her most popular flavors, including the trademarked Abuela Maria with vanilla, guava, cream cheese and Maria crackers. There will also be new custom flavors exclusively for the market.
  • Pho Mo: Partners Chef Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold bring Pho Mo, a spin on their beloved Viet-Cajun spot Phuc Yea to Time Out Market Miami. The restaurant’s take on traditional Asian cuisine blends Vietnamese techniques and New Orleans’ style Cajun fare to bring forth something truly innovative.
  • Wabi Sabi by Shuji: Chef Shuji Hiyakawa is introducing Miami to the most authentic Japanese sushi bowls. At Time Out Market, Chef Shuji compresses his three decades’ worth of experience in Japanese fine dining into signature dishes focused on quality and flawless execution. Diners can customize their experience, with the option to select various bases and sauces.
  • Miami Smokers: An urban smokehouse started by Andres Barrientos and James Bowers, Miami Smokers debuts its first Charcuterie Bar at Time Out Market Miami.
  • Stephen’s Deli: Stephen’s Deli is a spin-off of Stephen’s Delicatessen – Miami’s oldest and only New York style deli in the area, in operation since 1954. Matt Kuscher took over the spot in 2017 and now brings it to Time Out Market as his second locale at the market.
  • Giorgio Rapicavoli: The incredibly talented Giorgio Rapicavoli offers guests a taste of the artfully presented dishes that made his restaurant, Eating House, an instant success and local favorite. Exclusive to Time Out Market Miami will be their Rigatoni Al Pesto.
  • Demonstration Kitchen: Time Out Market showcases a rotating lineup of chefs at its demo kitchen – ranging from up-and-coming culinary geniuses to accomplished chefs. The first chef to take a three-month residency is Miami-born, Cuban-American, Chef Miguel Massens. One of South Florida’s most outstanding young culinary talents – also one of Forbes Miami’s Best Kept Secret Chefs to Know Right Now and one of Zagat’s Under the Radar Chefs to Know in Miami – with a career spanning stints at Michelin-starred restaurants showcases at the market dishes from his forthcoming restaurant, Antilia. Massens draws from South Florida’s multicultural community as well as his experience working in kitchens across countries like Spain and Mexico to create dishes such as a Pan-Seared Chochoyote, a vegetarian and Mexican inspired dish including Masa Dumplings in Mole Amarillo, Mushrooms, Spinach and Cojita Cheese.

 

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Anonymous

Just went there, great food and atmosphere. This was badly needed for this area. It will force the tourist traps on Lincoln Road to up their ante..

marc

Now, this is a food hall.

Anonymous

Kush without the wait. YES!

peej

can’t beat their Frita Burger!

Anonymous

Let’s hope it is better than the one in Wynwood the last time I went there I had the worse burger ever! Hopefully it was just a bad day, I will try them again on the beach.

Alto

sounds like the fisrt REAL food hall for Mia

peej

$20 a person is “affordable”? Perhaps on special occasions, but surely not for daily lunches.

They have a great spread of eateries, I just don’t see this being sustainable for the long run…

Anonymous

This is very affordable for tourists. Better than $50 dinners at restaurants.

Anonymous

Agree.. I almost spend $20 for prepared food at WholeFoods

Anonymous

It’s meant to rip off tourists and will be a much less offensive rip off than Ocean Drive eateries. It will thrive.

Anonymous

I don’t think anybody is going to go here for daily lunches.

Anonymous

Dude, if you think 20 bucks is too expensive you better move out of Miami. That is a deal, specially on the beach.

Anonymous

So much better than that shi*hole Lincoln Eatery. This place actually has an inviting center bar and proven commodities across the board. Eatery has three good options and is going to crash and burn by the end of the year.

Anonymous

Remember when food halls were called food courts lol

Anonymous

Food hall IS a food court just with extra $$ signs. lmao

Sgt. Sapingo

Can someone please explain the difference between a food hall and a food court?

This does look like a fun place to go, but I’ve been confused over the difference ever since they started opening up everywhere.

marc

marketing ploy

Anonymous

“Food court” comes with an 80’s mall connotation for some.
Quality is expected to be higher at a food hall.

Anonymous

Food Halls charge 50% more per meal than Food Courts do. Understand now?

Anonymous

It’s like “Bum” and “Homeless person”. The two are the same, but one sounds better than the other.

Anonymous

economically disadvantaged

Anonymous

one has $/$$ the other has $$$/$$$$

Anonymous

Very overpriced…

Anonymous

The map show the location for Lincoln Eatery, not Time Out