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The easiest way to order food at Time Out Market Miami

Cue up the app, scroll to Market Favorites and land on a curated mix of our top eats.

By
Virginia Gil
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Decision fatigue is a real thing that happens at Time Out Market Miami. You walk into our expansive, 18,000-square-foot space and are faced with the option to order from eight different eateries, each offering its own wide selection of dishes. Navigating so many choices can have a paralyzing effect, but we’re here to make sure no one stalls so long they’re left feeling hangry.

There’s now a super handy Market Favorites section on the Time Out Market app, the preferred method for touchless ordering whether you’re dining in or taking out. In there you’ll find a list of eateries and a drop-down menu of each one’s most popular items. Have trouble picking a pastry from Bachour? Not sure which taco is for you? Market Favorites narrow down your choices to only a few items so that it’s easier to land on the one you really want. Hapa Kitchen & Eatery, our current pop-up, and Azucar ice cream aren’t listed under Market Favorites but you can still order from both via the app.

Oh, and something else we forgot to mention about Market Favorites: they’re available to bundle. The app requires separate orders for each restaurant, but dishes listed under Market Favorites can be ordered all at once even if they’re different vendors. A pizza from Peace Pie and a bowl of mac and cheese from Love Life Cafe and only check out once. Talk about convenience.

It might be that frequent visitors to Time Out Market don’t need a Market Favorites section to figure out their order, and that’s great. It’s there for you in case you need you inspo or whenever the mood strikes for something new.

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