Soon you won’t have to trek to Wynwood for your artisanal doughnut fix. The truck-cum-shop that’s had patrons lining up since day one opens its second outpost in South Miami (6022 South Dixie Hwy, South Miami) next Friday, May 24th. The new Salty Donut takes over the former Fox’s Lounge locale for its much-anticipated expansion. To celebrate the occasion, Salty teams up with frequent collaborator Havana Club on a limited-edition rum cake doughnut. The boozy treat features layers of brioche that have been rolled in cinnamon sugar and filled with a rum-infused crème de vie. Should you need more alcohol in your life, customers over the age of 21 receive a free mini bottle of Havana Club with their purchase. The special doughnut goes on sale on opening day (May 24!) and will only be available for 10 days. If you’ve ever experienced the madness of a Salty limited run, you know these things will go fast—better start queueing up now. Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.
Feeling hungry? You will be once you’ve taken a peek inside the new Time Out Market Miami. Time Out’s new food and cultural market—the second in the world and the first in the USA—brings the best of the city under one roof. Pay a visit to the South Beach site and you’ll find 18 of Miami’s top chefs and restaurants serving up their best dishes every day, three bars hosting the city’s leading bartenders, and a digital space for art and culture—all curated by our expert local editors. Take a look at the preview video below to see why we’re so excited. (Oh, and if you’re not in Miami, don’t worry. We’re opening Time Out Market New York and Time Out Market Boston very soon, with Time Out Market Chicago and Time Out Market Montreal following later in 2019—each market bringing together the best dishes, drinks and culture from all over its home city. Your table awaits.)
Time Out Market Miami just opened on Thursday, May 9. If this is all news to you then we are going to assume you’ve been trapped in a well for the past month. (Congrats on making it out, by the way! Hope you walk more carefully from now on.) So here’s the quick and dirty version since we’re sure you’re starving on account of the whole well thing: We opened a food hall! It’s filled with our editors’ favorite chefs and restaurants in Miami (18 of them!). It’s, like, really quite good. And it’s finally open after some serious build up. We’ve been writing an awful lot about our little market baby lately and you can get caught up on all things Time Out Market Miami here. But if you’ve already heard enough and don’t need any further convincing to get in the car and come chow down with us in South Beach—good! We’re waiting for you! Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.
Did you miss us, Miami? It’s been nearly a year since we last published Time Out Miami, but we’re back and our latest spring magazine is on stands today. We timed it perfectly with the opening of our other new baby, Time Out Market Miami: a dining-and-culture destination in South Beach that we editors have curated and are thrilled for you to experience. This totally free issue highlights Miami’s incredible shoreline (we’ve included a fun people-watching bingo game to get you through the summer), the amazing people who are helping to shape the city (from a bad-ass podcaster and bilingual tastemakers to a cool contemporary artist), our new food-and-culture concept (inside you’ll find 18 reasons why Time Out Market is truly awesome) to do all around the 305. Time Out Miami will be hand-distributed on Friday, May 10, from 3pm to 7pm in Brickell. Find us tomorrow afternoon near the Shops at Mary Brickell Village (between SE 9th and 10th Sts) and the Brickell Metromover station (SW First Ave between 10th and 11th Sts). As always, Time Out Miami is a free magazine and available around town at restaurants, bars, shops and other local retailers—so if you see one, snatch it up. For a detailed list of where to find it, click here. Can’t wait to read the magazine? Check out our digital version of the issue. Have questions about the issue? Feel free to peruse our FAQ page. If you have feedback on the issue, we’d love to hear your thoughts—shoot us an email at edit.miami@timeout. H
Okay, we have to be quick about this because every second we spend typing is a second where we could be eating everything at Time Out Market Miami. So let’s cut to the chase: Time Out Market Miami is officially open! The day has finally come and we are now officially 80 percent pork. Why does all this matter to you? Well, the pork part isn’t so important but this means you can finally (finally!) come down to South Beach (1601 Drexel Ave) and eat your way through Time Out Market Miami. We know you’ve had to listen to us tease this thing for quite some time now so you deserve it. Before you come on down, meet the 18 different kitchens here and prepare to drink! We have bars—plural. Time Out Market Miami is open seven days a week: Sunday through Thursday from 8am to 11pm and Friday through Saturday from 8am to midnight. See you in a half hour? We’ll save a seat! *Photos courtesy WorldRedEye.com Have you ever flipped through a copy of Time Out Miami magazine and wanted to just take a bite out of it? Yeah, we kind of feel the same way when we’re writing about all that delicious stuff and sorting through those food photos. We have, on more than one occasion, nearly drooled onto our keyboard. That’s sort of the thought process behind Time Out Market: take all these amazing chefs, restaurants and dishes that we rave about and get them all together in one place, the perfect culinary sample of a city. Simply put, the only chefs, bars, restaurants we consider
We know you may have heard the news (because we’ve been screaming it at the top of our lungs for the past week) so excuse us for once again shouting it from the rooftops: Time Out Market Miami is opening its doors on May 9! We’re excited—and can you blame us? This thing has been years in the making and we can’t wait for you to finally taste the delicious results. There will be 18 kitchens for you to choose from, which you can learn more about here. Just trust us when we say these places are among the cities best. And we know that because we’ve tried every single one (so many times we’ve lost count). Our editorial team spent years eating and eating (and arguing) and then eating some more before we set out to recruit our Miami food dream team. Now we can proudly show you the results: Kush, Coyo Taco, Norman Van Aken, Jeremy Ford, Wabi Sabi by Shuji, Azucar and that doesn’t even cover half the options. So now do you get why we can’t stop talking about it? We just want to be extra, extra sure you stop by ASAP, especially because the first 50 people to arrive on Thursday morning (doors open at 8am!) get their own Time Out Market mug. So don’t run on Miami time. Oh, and bring your appetite. Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.
Like many of our national holidays, Cinco de Mayo’s significance is usually lost on the majority of those who actually “celebrate.” No, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day and yes, it’s pretty much only a thing here in the States. Still, it’s a great time to pause and celebrate our unique Mexican-American culture, and let’s face it: if we did need any excuse to hunt down a mean tacos deal and consume all the tequila, this would be the one. Good thing for us, seemingly every restaurant and bar in the city, Mexican or not, is offering specials on food and drink for the occasion. Here’s what’s on tap so far, and be sure to check back for updates on the onslaught of deals to come. All fiestas go down Sunday, May 5, unless otherwise noted. 1. Taquiza Heralded as one of Miami’s go-to destinations for authentic Mexican tacos and street fare, Taquiza is pulling out all the stops for its Cinco de Mayo fiestas across its three locations. On the beach, enjoy a shot of tequila paired with a crisp Tecate for $8, or treat yourself to a festive craft cocktail for $10. At their Citadel outpost on the mainland, unlock a Taquiza-sanctioned Tequila Avión specialty drink at bar, served in a keepsake prayer candle vessel. Live mariachis will make the rounds at all three locations throughout the day. 2. Coyo Taco Marking five years of Cinco de Mayo at its flagship Wynwood location, the no-siesta, all-fiesta Coyo Taco will be serving up $5 draft margaritas and Modelo beers all day long. Starting
Time Out Miami is the place you go to find out the most exciting things happening in this great big city of ours, and that’s exactly the kind of news we’re bringing you today: Time Out Market Miami will officially open its doors to the public on May 9, 2019. No more teasing you with the promise of a good time at South Beach’s newest destination for all things food and drink. This time, we’re here to deliver with 18 kitchens, three bars and one kick-ass cultural display you’ll get to experience next month. We’ve told you about the onslaught of talented chefs, including James Beard Award winners and nominees, as well as some of the city’s most well-known restaurateurs joining Time Out Market Miami. But there’s still room for more. Rounding out the star line-up is a name you might recognize: Norman Van Aken, a market signature chef, who doubles down on his duties with a second eatery, Beach Pie. The fresh concept puts out thin-crust, globally and locally inspired pizzas. Whether it’s a pie topped with veggies sourced from the nearby Redlands or a pizza topped w/ Creole spices and shrimp, Van Aken’s unique flavors run the gamut. While Beach Pie does it for the core group of restaurants, Time Out Market Miami features a demo kitchen, where Miami-born, Cuban-bred Miguel Massens will showcase his talents for a limited time. The Michelin-trained chef takes over the open-kitchen space for three months, when he’ll serve prix-fixe meals as well as five-course tastings during select
Miami has a lot of things going for her. She’s cute, she’s fun and despite her shallow image, she’s actually pretty cultured and driven too. Just take a peek at her many museums and flourishing food scene. When it comes to navigating her dispersed neighborhoods and congested roads, however, we’re at a loss. Poor city planning and a lack of public transportation are huge factors, but the city’s drivers deserve a special shout-out too. We’re putting these 10 types of Miami motorists on blast. Avoid them when you can and please, drive safely! 1. La Vieja Sure, this driver could make the list in any other city, but here in Miami, she’s la vieja, and she’s everywhere. Like our own abuelas, she’s part adorable, part terrifying. The guilt sets in once we’ve finally pulled ahead, right after cursing her out for driving so slowly. Lo siento viejita, we didn’t realize who you were! 2. The Showoff We could write up a whole post on this driver, but you get the idea. If he’s not cutting you off at 100mph in his Ferrari, he’s probably checking you out while blasting Bad Bunny. 3. The Horn Addict Sometimes a honk is necessary. Most of the time it’s just annoying. This driver beeps in traffic, in the rain, before the sun comes up. They’ll find any opportunity to honk at you, and probably flip you a bird as they pass. We’re sure wherever they’re headed is super important, and they’re already extremely late. Don’t take it personally. 4. The Big Bully This driver wields a large vehicle
The Catholic Lenten period is almost over, which means we can all go back to eating carbs, drinking alcohol, binge-watching Game of Thrones and engaging in every other vice we reluctantly gave up doing for 40 days. It also means the most brunchiest time of the year, Easter, is just around the corner. Whether you choose to keep it classy or go full-on bottomless, you’ll need to eat on Easter Sunday (April 21) and Miami restaurants have no shortage of options to get the job done at any budget. Ad Lib Led by an all-star team including James Beard Award-winning Chef Norman Van Aken and Executive Pastry Chef Hedy Goldsmith, Coral Gables’ hip and airy Ad Lib offers a seasonal take on Easter brunch, with dishes like the lemon cross buns, spiced with currant and cinnamon and topped with whipped honey butter and candied orange zest, plus live music by Sofilla.11am–3pm. Á la carte; 2-hour bottomless drinks $26. Ariete Easter Sunday brunch is cool and bright at Chef Michael Beltran’s Coconut Grove foodie spot, Ariete. Signature brunch offerings include drooling emoji-worthy items like a frita benedict made with Sam’s biscuit, chorizo, hollandaise and papitas or the guava and cream cheese pancakes, while a seafood station allows guests to further indulge. 10am–3pm. $39, children $25; bottomless mimosas $10. Bird & Bone Famous for his hot chicken and a smattering of traditional southern sides, Chef Richard Hales (best known for Blackbrick Chinese in Midtown) celebrates Easter at Bir