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Time Out Market, the world’s first editorially curated food and cultural market, today announces the launch of its local cultural entertainment program at Time Out Market Dubai. Kicking off on 3 August 2021, Time Out Stage Presents will showcase local musical talent, with regular events perfectly complementing the 17 food concepts of Dubai’s award-winning chefs and restaurateurs all under one roof. Every Tuesday from 7-10pm, artists will take over the Time Out Stage to serve up a musical experience as impressive as the food and drinks. Fully licensed, the expertly designed space features three spectacularly unique bars that serve original mixed drinks inspired by global Time Out Market locations as well as a great selection of hops, grapes and mocktails.  The entertainment program is being launched in collaboration with The Fridge, Dubai’s premier talent agency known for promoting the best local talent and live entertainment. Promising a truly eclectic variety of live music, the all-star line-up of home-grown performers at Time Out Market Dubai this August includes:  3rd August: Abri Dubai-born singer-songwriter Abri will kick off proceedings with a soulful set of his well-known songs 10th August: Carl and the Reda Mafia With members hailing from India, Greece, Egypt and Nigeria, guests can expect funk and rock from international sensations Carl and the Reda Mafia 17th August: Ciaran Fox Irish swing vocalist Ciaran channels the great crooners through the ages from Sin

Today, Time Out, the global media and hospitality brand that helps people explore and experience the soul of the city, reveals its list of the 50 best cinemas in the UK and Ireland. The top ten features the Iconic BFI Southbank, not one but two historic picturehouses in Edinburgh, and an art deco Dublin theatre. With the majority of UK and Irish cinemas reopen again and big blockbuster releases on the horizon, Time Out’s global film editor Phil de Semlyen curated the ultimate guide to local cinemas to make it even easier for moviegoers to get back out and escape to another world for a couple of hours.  “The temporary closure of cinemas has left a huge gap in our lives over these past months, so we’ve set out to celebrate the moviegoing experience in all its variety,” said Phil de Semlyen, global film editor at Time Out. “There are close to 1000 cinemas in the British Isles and we’ve scoured them all, taking into consideration everything from pricing to programming, history to hospitality – and all with an eye for cinemas that connect deeply with their local communities. From cosy indies, to ultra-luxe modern picturehouses, to colossal multiplexes, to art deco one-screeners, these 50 cinemas represent the very best of British and Irish movie houses.” The cinema topping the list is The Stella Cinema in Dublin’s buzzy suburb of Rathmines, which was the largest cinema in Ireland when it opened in 1923. Now sympathetically restored, it features midnight screenings and a cocktail b

Time Out, the global media and hospitality brand that helps people explore and experience the soul of the city, was announced today as an official media partner for Copenhagen 2021 WorldPride and EuroGames. Copenhagen 2021 (12–22 August) is the world’s most significant LGBTI+ event taking place in 2021, where thousands of people will celebrate and advocate for LGBTI+ equality in Denmark and Sweden, countries often cited as being among the most progressive for equality and human rights. It’s the first time WorldPride and EuroGames have been combined, and the first time that either has been split across two cities in two countries. With COVID19 having affected the original event plans, digital channels are more important than ever to encourage the broadest possible participation of LGBTI+ people and activists from around the world – even those who can’t physically be at the events. That’s where Time Out comes in. The media partnership, activated across Time Out’s global network of websites and social media channels, will have a particular focus on the Drag Night event on Friday August 20 2021 in Copenhagen. Time Out’s editorial team will build excitement ahead of the event with line-up announcements, ticket giveaways and collaborations with performers to get their tips on enjoying the soul of each of their cities, culminating in a drive across digital and social media to encourage as many people as possible around the world to tune in to the Drag Night live stream.   Steve Tayl

Time Out Market, the world’s first editorially curated food and cultural market reopened in Montreal July 2, 2021. Time Out Market Montréal, the city's premier culinary and cultural hub located in the heart of downtown Montreal (Centre Eaton de Montréal, 705 Saint-Catherine St. West) is proud to showcase delicious local cuisine, craft cocktails and cultural experiences for adults, kids and families alike.  “We have worked closely with renowned local chefs and restaurateurs as well as the artists community to capture and celebrate the soul of Montreal,” said Didier Souillat, CEO Time Out Market, “We are pleased to offer guests an immersive and engaging way to enjoy the authentic flavor and diversity of the city.” The 40,000 square feet Market is bringing back excitement and fun with 10 eateries, a pop-up kitchen, three bars, a cooking academy and a retail shop. As the centrepiece of Centre Eaton de Montréal—a major downtown destination owned and managed by global real estate leader Ivanhoé Cambridge—Time Out Market offers guests the very best of the city under one roof, creating a dynamic destination that embodies the vibrancy of Montreal.  Featuring local cultural entertainment and a lineup of star-studded Montreal chefs and restaurateurs, the Market will continue to add additional concepts in the coming months. Time Out Market Montréal’s new and returning culinary favourites include: (New) Le Blossom, A favourite from Montreal’s Village neighbourhood, Le Blossom has taken

Time Out Market Montréal, the city's premier culinary and cultural hub, located in the heart of downtown Montreal (Centre Eaton de Montréal, 705 Saint-Catherine St. West), announced today that it will reopen its doors and welcome back guests on Friday, July 2, 2021. Home to some of Montreal’s most celebrated chefs, the market is proud to offer a curated showcase of delicious local cuisine, craft cocktails and cultural experiences that capture the soul of the city.  “We have worked closely with renowned local chefs, artists and mixologists to bring the heart and soul of Montreal to life,” said Didier Souillat, CEO Time Out Market, “We are pleased to offer guests an immersive and engaging way to enjoy the authentic flavor and variety of the city, at a time when consumers are looking forward to in-person experiences again.” Spanning 40,000 square feet, Time Out Market Montréal showcases the authentic flavor and creativity of the city. From morning to night, guests can experience the market’s 11 eateries, pop-up kitchen, three bars, a cooking academy and a retail shop. As the centrepiece of Centre Eaton de Montréal, located on the historic Sainte-Catherine Street—a major downtown destination owned and managed by global real estate leader Ivanhoé Cambridge—Time Out Market offers guests the very best of the city under one roof, creating a dynamic destination to take in food and fun all summer long. Featuring  local cultural entertainment and a lineup of star-studded Montreal chefs

Time Out Market Chicago—the premier culinary and cultural hub at 916 W. Fulton Market is now open. The Market is proud to offer a carefully curated showcase of delicious cuisine, craft cocktails and local cultural experiences that capture the soul of the city.  “It is so exciting to have our guests back to rediscover the flavor, heart and creativity of the city,” said Sumindi Peiris, Chief Marketing Officer, Time Out Group. “We have closely collaborated with our renowned and locally loved chefs and restaurateurs to capture the essence of Chicago’s award-winning dining scene and bring it to life, in an inspiring manner, under one roof.” The Market, located in one of the city’s most sought-after dining destinations, offers guests a culinary journey that reflects the authenticity and flavor of Chicago. Spanning 53,000 square feet, the Market includes an expansive patio along bustling Fulton Market Street and a rooftop bar—an ideal destination to take in the food, fun and sun all summer long. Bringing guests a standout lineup of top Chicago chefs and restaurateurs, the Market will continue to add additional concepts in the coming months. New and returning culinary favorites include:  Arami, one of the pioneering restaurants in Chicago’s now-booming West Town neighborhood by restaurateur Ty Fujimura, offering traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine. Bittersweet Pastry Shop, Founded in 1992, Bittersweet Pastry Shop & Café has become a destination for French pastries, special

Today, Time Out, the global media and hospitality brand that helps people explore and experience the soul of the city, debuts its first-ever list naming the World’s Coolest Streets. The top ten of 30 streets listed includes a street in Melbourne crowned number one – with Barcelona, London, Havana and LA narrowly missing out on the top spot. These incredible streets have been chosen by 27,000 city residents from around the world and by Time Out’s expert local editors and writers, for their perfect balance of local culture, food, and fun. “Our first ever World’s Coolest Streets list celebrates the great local businesses and communities that make our cities and streets exciting,” said James Manning, International Editor of Time Out. “They have kept us going through the past year and it’s more important than ever to support them as the world begins reopening. From outdoor dining to open-air culture, street life is where you can glimpse the future of our cities. Humans are social creatures and these streets are the places to be as we start eating, drinking and socialising together once again.” The list is a first of its kind for Time Out and has been collated from the opinions of city residents via the brand’s annual Time Out Index: a global survey of more than 27,000 locals who were each asked to nominate their city’s coolest street. To rank the list, Time Out’s international network of more than 100 local editors and experts factored in food, drink, art, culture, nightlife and c

Time Out Market Chicago—the premier culinary and cultural hub at 916 W. Fulton Market—reopens its doors on Thursday, June 17. The Market is proud to offer a carefully curated showcase of delicious cuisine, craft cocktails and local cultural experiences that capture the soul of the city.  “We can't wait to invite our guests back to rediscover the flavor, heart and creativity of the city,” said Sumindi Peiris, Chief Marketing Officer, Time Out Group. “We have closely collaborated with our renowned and locally loved chefs and restaurateurs to capture the essence of Chicago’s award-winning dining scene and bring it to life, in an inspiring manner, under one roof.” The Market, located in one of the city’s most sought-after dining destinations, offers guests a culinary journey that reflects the authenticity and flavor of Chicago. Spanning 53,000 square feet, the Market includes an expansive patio along bustling Fulton Market Street and a rooftop bar—an ideal destination to take in the food, fun and sun all summer long. Bringing guests a standout lineup of top Chicago chefs and restaurateurs, the Market will continue to add additional concepts in the coming months. New and returning culinary favorites include:  Arami, one of the pioneering restaurants in Chicago’s now-booming West Town neighborhood by restaurateur Ty Fujimura, offering traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine. Bill Kim Ramen Shop, the first brick-and-mortar outpost of this concept, chef Bill Kim offers a uniqu

Time Out Market Lisbon, the original Time Out Market, welcomes back guests 1 June, 2021 at Av 24 de Julho. It all began in 2014 with Time Out Market Lisbon introducing the world's first food and cultural market based on editorial curation - the best of the city under one roof. Quickly becoming the food and cultural hub of Lisbon. THE destination for residents and visitors alike to experience and celebrate local culinary heroes, innovative drinks and cultural talent that captures the soul of the city. Time Out Market Lisbon will reopen with many of its original line up of award-winning  chefs and restaurants since its debut in 2014.  However, expect to see a few new surprises to discover. Nothing short of extraordinary, guests will have over 25 restaurants, six kiosks, seven bars, four shops, cooking school (Academia Time Out), coworking space (Second Home) and an events room (Estúdio Time Out).  A new sweet addition to the Market will be Crush Doughnuts. A local favorite and a sister-brand to Ground Burger. A new cocktail kiosk, called TO Bar will serve up innovative and famed signature concoctions such as the caipirinha, mojito, Lisbon sour and negroni to name a few. Along with the classic dishes that have long made the Market famous, the chefs and restaurants are introducing new items to come back and explore:  Linguini with carabineiros (scarlet prawns) at Marisqueira Azul Lobster Burger at Ground Burger Sushi taco at Confraria New cheeses at Manteigaria Silva Vegetarian

Time Out Market New York - the culinary and cultural hub at 55 Water Street in DUMBO - reopens its doors today, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. The Market adds to the vibrancy of New York City by welcoming back guests, visitors and the community to safely socialize, explore and experience the soul of the city—all of which has been hand-selected by the expert editorial staff at Time Out New York. “Time Out Market New York’s award-winning chefs, restaurateurs and cultural luminaries harmonize the heart, creativity and flavor of the city under one roof. We look to give our guests—who have a higher appreciation for social activities and entertainment—an engaging experience to further their culinary journeys,” said Sumindi Peiris, Chief Marketing Officer, Time Out. Situated along the stunning DUMBO waterfront in Brooklyn, Time Out Market New York offers guests a wide range of culinary options amidst a breathtaking backdrop of the Manhattan skyline. The Market’s setting offers stunning panoramic views and multiple options to enjoy the ultimate in al fresco dining, including a fifth-floor rooftop terrace and riverside dining. For those who prefer the Market’s convenient take-away options, a picnic in Brooklyn Bridge Park is just steps away. A canvas for city culture and a great culinary experience As the city reawakens, Time Out is eager to share the spotlight with the creators, artists and performers who have been locked down for the past year. In addition to serving award-w

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