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We're launching a (free!) magazine

Miami River; downtown Miami
Photograph: Patrick Michael Chin

The secret’s out: Time Out Miami is launching a print magazine!

On Wednesday, November 16, we’ll be rolling out the first-ever (free!) issue of Time Out Miami. We’ve packed it with lots of cool things to do in Miami, the best events to check out this season, ideas on where to eat and drink in the city and much, much more. Starting this week, you can find our magazine in restaurants, bars, coffee shops, hotels and more local spots for three long, glorious months.   

If you like what you’ve seen from us online (reviews, interviews, event listings and amazing photos), you’re going to love reading us in print. Our quarterly magazine will be your guide to everything you’ll want to do and what all of your friends will be talking about for the next few months—really. Who makes the best Cuban sandwich in Miami? Where can I go for a fun—and cheap!—night out? We’ve filled this issue with stories sure to address all of your burning questions about life in the Magic City, plus we’re sharing intel on amazing shopping opportunities, the hottest rooftop bars, up-and-coming neighborhoods you’re going to love (because we already do!) and eye-opening exhibits. Speaking of art, we’re digging deep into Art Basel with a look at the show’s 15-year history—from the wild parties, to the satellite fairs to the artists doing incredible work. 

The biggest thing to hit Art Basel this year? Time Out Miami magazine, of course. With the timing of our inaugural edition coinciding with the country’s biggest, raddest art party, you can expect us to join in on the fun with a wild shindig of our own. Stay tuned for details on our launch party, where we’ll be raising a glass to this amazing city and celebrating our new print baby, Miami-style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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