Looking for something to do in a global cultural capital? You’ve come to the right place. For 50 years Time Out has discovered and championed the best of city culture, from art to theatre, clubbing to food and drink. Now that curation has leaped off our magazine and web pages and into physical reality as Time Out Market.
Immerse yourself in the best stuff in your city, all under one roof, all with the Time Out seal of approval.
Our expert editors know their field and their city inside-out. They sample the best that’s out there, then ask their favorite places to become part of Time Out Market. The result is a unique dining and entertainment concept, completely curated without bias and entirely based on what we believe is exceptional. The only chefs, bars, restaurants we consider for Time Out Market have already been celebrated by Time Out editors. So before the first drink is poured or the first dish is served, we know it’s a five-star destination.
The first Time Out Market was in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, where locals and tourists alike have voted it a huge hit. In just three years, Time Out Market Lisbon has become the city’s premier attraction: 3.6 million visitors got a taste of it last year. There are five Time Out Markets opening this year, including:
There’s more to Miami than its beaches, and we’re making it known with Time Out Market Miami. Tempting as it is to stay parked on the sand, you’ll find it nearly impossible after getting a load of the food and drink concepts coming together at South Beach’s newest destination for eating and drinking. Coyo Taco, home to Miami’s most talked-about tacos (the same ones Obama was seen devouring on Instagram), Kush—the burger mecca of Miami— and Top Chef winner Jeremy Ford will bring their talents to our cool, Art Deco space. We didn’t forget the drinks either. Eminent cocktail bar the Broken Shaker as well as Sweet Liberty, voted one of the world’s 50 best cocktail bars, will show off their skills at the buzzy Time Out Market Miami bar. Your summer tan can wait—you have more important things to do indoors.
How do you condense a food city like New York into one market? It’s like studying for your final exams while the teacher passes out the pencils. But after a year of marathon eating, we may just have passed this test. When we open the doors to our waterfront market in Dumbo, we’ll have an A-team that includes Juliana’s Pizza, Jacob’s Pickles and more. Plus, original concepts from chefs like Ivy Stark, who creates a plant-based menu for her first solo project, and Meir Adoni, who may just make the best couscous on planet Earth. Now comes the easy part: eat.
Some people think sports or fancy universities when they think of Boston. Not us. Our mind goes to the amazing and diverse food offerings this city holds. Time Out Market Boston hopes to prove that with its roster of chefs, which includes James Beard Award-winners Tim and Nancy Cushman, who debut two new concepts. And Tony Maws, who brings the legendary burger from Craigie on Main to the masses at Time Out Market Boston. Just do yourself a favor and save room for the perennially popular Union Square Donuts.
Few cities make the stomach rumble quite like Chicago. Synonymous with American classics like pizza, burgers and hot dogs, this city has a serious appetite. Needless to say, Time Out Market Chicago had its work cut out for it. But with a roster that includes the Purple Pig, the burger gods of Mini Mott and the insanely delicious Art of Pizza—which does both deep-dish and thin-crust pies—the essentials are more than covered. But Time Out Market Chicago doesn’t just tackle the classics. With top talents such as the Michelin-starred chef Brian Fisher and Vietnamese pro Thai Dang, expect delicious diversity and plenty of surprises to come.
Markets in Montreal, London,Prague and Dubai are coming shortly after and we have our sights set on more hip city sites around the globe.
The Time Out Market lets you taste, experience and explore the best of a whole city in one place. Come join the party…