What happens when you send editors out into the city to scout the best restaurants and chefs? Their collective efforts yield Time Out Market, a dining-and-cultural destination in South Beach, featuring some of Miami’s brightest talents and up-and-coming chefs. Offshoots of several local favorites are among the kitchens, such as Phuc Yea’s Pho Mo. While you’re there, try cocktails from Miami’s top bars and catch cool art plus information on events at the Market on our massive LED screen. Our mission is simple (but spelled out here): If we discover something in Miami that’s great, it goes in our media; if it’s unforgettable, it goes in the market.
Once upon a time, Miami Beach was nothing but diners full of that old lady-type from There’s Something About Mary and clubby South Beach restaurants with VIP sections full of B-listers. And yes, admittedly, that’s still out there. But these days, The Beach also has a dining scene that’s better than most big cities. Celebrity chef-driven kitchens, old classics and homegrown favorites as fancy as the New York transplants come together to create a restaurant mecca that stretches from the inlet all the way up to Bal Harbour. These aren’t just good restaurants for Miami Beach—these are places that, if you live in Miami or are visiting for only a night, need to be on your list.
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