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Time Out Market Miami unveils renderings and its first restaurants

An open food hall concept is headed toward South Beach

A rendering of Time Out Market Miami
Courtesy of Time Out Market

Time Out Market Miami, which received approval in March, has released a batch of renderings and unveiled its first seven culinary concepts as it prepares for a 2018 opening.

Headed near Lincoln Road at 1601 Drexel Avenue8, the upcoming food hall will include restaurants KUSH, Coyo Taco, Jugofresh, Paradigm Kitchen, and BUHT-ER, per a press release, along with restaurants by chefs Jose Mendin and Michael Pirolo.

Time Out Market Miami will include 17 kitchens in all, with three bars, an art space, and a demonstration kitchen. Their descriptions of the first seven are below:

  • Jose Mendin, a home-grown superstar in Miami’s culinary scene with his Pubbelly Noodle Bar and other concepts, is celebrated for his fusion cuisine and Asian-inflected small plates. In Time Out Market Miami, he will continue to push boundaries on Latin cuisine, think Mexican Huitlacoche and Valencian Fideua.
  • Michael Pirolo will serve up his soulful, Italian food which continues to garner praise at his acclaimed Macchialina. Food lovers can look forward to antipasti and well-crafted ‘Grandma style' pies with carefully sourced ingredients from prosciutto di Parma to spicy sopressata.
  • KUSH is an award-winning concept helmed by Matt Kusher—a third generation restaurateur and creator of five unique concepts in Miami. It is edgy, integrity-driven and best known for its epicurean, American cuisine based on locally sourced ingredients which will also be offered in Time Out Market.
  • Coyo Taco – Coyo Taco founders Alan Drummond, Sven Vogtland and Chef Scott Linquist, one of the country’s most acclaimed chefs in Mexican cuisine, will serve their hugely popular tacos made with locally sourced vegetables, seafood and humanely raised meats.
  • Jugofresh – Nutrient density is a way of life for Matthew Sherman, the man behind South Florida’s raw, organic, cold-pressed juice bar empire, serving only the freshest nutrients.
  • Paradigm Kitchen, also by Matthew Sherman, is about creating big flavors with mostly plant-based foods and thoughtful animal proteins. Everything is about a more sustainable way of eating for mind, body, spirit and planet.
  • BUHT-ER, the first outpost for Executive Pastry Chef Maria Orantes of Pubbelly acclaim. Maria loves to experiment with new techniques and flavors—a passion she will bring to Time Out Market with delicious and innovative desserts.

“Miami is an incredibly vibrant, diverse city,” added Didier Souillat, CEO of Time Out Market, “and has been cementing its place on the culinary map and in the art world for several years now—it is the perfect city for Time Out Market. We are absolutely honored that the brilliant chefs and restaurateurs, who undoubtedly represent the very best of Miami, have chosen to be a part of Time Out Market from inception.ˆ

Timeout Market Miami will be the first of its kind in the United States, globally joining a booming operation in Lisbon.