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The 17 best free things to do in Miami

The 17 best free things to do in Miami

Dining out at Michelin-starred restaurants in Miami, popping bottles at world-famous South Beach clubs, and hitting up every one of our enriching museums makes for an epic weekend, but one too many of these and you’ll be left euphorically high and financially dry. In addition to abundant public parks and miles of pristine public beaches, Miami has loads of free things to do! Like, did you know many of our cultural institutions offer free performances and access on certain days of the week, or that many of our iconic neighborhoods close down their streets for free tours every month? The rent might be high, but living in Miami can still be cheap and easy. Here are some of the best free things to do in the 305. RECOMMENDED: The best things to do in Miami

A definitive guide to the best pizza in Miami

A definitive guide to the best pizza in Miami

Not long ago, a good slice in Miami meant popping into some divey University of Miami hangout with the primary goal of soaking up all those vodka sodas after a long night out at the bars. Or maybe it was a family-run Cuban joint where the pies are more about the ridiculous amounts of cheese than whatever's hidden underneath. Sure, we still eat those pizzas now and again. But luckily, in the last few years, we’ve had a downright pizza explosion in Miami. Now you’ll find chef-driven pizza joints, formidable renditions of Detroit and New York-style pies and pandemic-born pop-ups that persevered to graduate into brick-and-mortar locations. Unsurprisingly, many of the most coveted slices in these parts come out of Miami's bountiful Italian restaurants. Name your favorite kind of pizza. Yup, it’s probably featured on this drool-inducing list of the best pizza in Miami.  

Party all night long at the best clubs in Miami

Party all night long at the best clubs in Miami

Looking to get lit in Miami? The options are truly stunning. Perhaps your day begins with a chilled-out suntan session on one of Miami’s best beaches. After a little shower and nap, you get your cute outfit on and set off to indulge at one of Miami’s best restaurants. This is where things can go a few different directions. Something mellow? Head to one of the city’s best wine bars for an intimate nightcap. Looking to explore Miami’s craft cocktail scene? There are plenty of boozy speakeasy spots to choose from. Of course, there’s a good chance you’re down to go all-in on this night. And that’s where our guide to Miami’s best clubs comes in handy. Below, find a list of the city’s most coveted dance clubs and after-hours spots for an epic night out in Miami. RECOMMENDED: Full coverage of Miami nightlifeRECOMMENDED: The best beachfront Airbnbs in MiamiRECOMMENDED: The most unique Airbnbs in Miami

Get fresh and fabulous at the best spas in Miami

Get fresh and fabulous at the best spas in Miami

Miami is a pampered city, figuratively and literally. There are endless perks that come with living in a town that touts so many incredible hotels and resorts, and one of those is access to world-class spas. Here, you can wrap yourself in 24-karat gold, clear your chakras through bodywork and a good saging, lather yourself in gooey guava or sweat it out in a luxurious Turkish hammam. If there’s an up-and-coming treatment, rest assured you can find it here—otherwise, your next Swedish massage is probably just a block or two away. From South Beach to the Gables, these are the best spas in Miami to feel relaxed, rejuvenated and recharged.

Best restaurants in Wynwood: the definitive guide

Best restaurants in Wynwood: the definitive guide

If you happen to have a couple million bucks to burn on opening a restaurant—let’s say you’re a New York restaurateur pining for more sunshine, or maybe you’ve just inherited untold sums from an oligarch—then boy, have we got a Miami neighborhood for you! Imagine it: Block after block crowded with fashionable hipsters and wide-eyed tourists willing to drop some serious coin at dinner tonight. There’s just one catch, big shot: The neighborhood we’re talking about is paint-splattered, beat-up-around-the-edges, perpetually up-and-coming Wynwood, and countless great Miami restaurants have already staked their claim here—however fleeting. So your new omakase-pizza-ramen counter better be pretty amazing. How amazing? Our updated list of the best restaurants in Wynwood lays out the competition. RECOMMENDED: Full Guide to Wynwood, Miami

The best Miami Beach restaurants right now

The best Miami Beach restaurants right now

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. RECOMMENDED: The best restaurants in Miami

Cool off at the best swimming pools in Miami

Cool off at the best swimming pools in Miami

It turns out you can’t just walk into any pool on Miami Beach. But with a little digging (or a quick perusal below), you’ll find all kinds of amazing swimming pools in Miami where the water’s warm, the cocktails are strong and the living is easy. Even if you’re not a hotel guest, most of these spots offer day passes and cabana rental options that grant access to some pretty sweet amenities (including Miami’s only igloo, really). From wild Miami pool parties to zen spa experiences, the best swimming pools in Miami really have it all. When a day at the best Miami beaches just won’t cut it, opt for a stress-free Miami pool day. Rosé is optional but totally recommended. RECOMMENDED: The best things to do in Miami

The best things to do in South Beach, from art museums to drag brunch

The best things to do in South Beach, from art museums to drag brunch

South Beach is a lot of things you’d expect: bold, colorful, sexy, hot. But it can also be subtle, serene and—just when you thought you had it pegged—totally surprising. While South Beach’s pristine beaches and wild party scene are undoubtedly its biggest draws, this famous oceanfront neighborhood is full of world-class shopping, historic architecture and hidden gems, including clandestine speakeasy bars and some of the best restaurants in Miami. Whether you’re seeking culture in the form of art or a divine croqueta, or just hoping to discover something new, our guide to the best things to do in South Beach has you covered.ay. RECOMMENDED: Full guide to South Beach, Miami

Red Bull - Ticketing Terms and Conditions

Red Bull - Ticketing Terms and Conditions

RED BULL COMPANY LIMITED TICKETING TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Definitions and Interpretations Event: Music concert, sporting event, participation event or any other live event taking place at any Venue. Event Organiser: Red Bull Company Limited, 42-56 Earlham St, London, WC2H 9LA Force Majeure: means any cause beyond the Event Organiser’s control, including, without limitation, any act of God, war, insurrection, riot, civil disturbances, acts of terrorism, pandemic or epidemic, fire, explosion, flood, death of the Sovereign, national mourning, theft of essential equipment, malicious damage, strike, lock out, weather, national defence requirements or acts or regulations of national or local governments. Ticket: Ticket, electronic Ticket, wristband, right of admission email or any other device giving the owner the right to attend an Event. Venue: Any area in which Event(s) take place. You/Your: Any person seeking admission to an Event at a Venue. 2. General Terms By completing the purchase of your Ticket(s) and/or using such a Ticket to enter the Event, you demonstrate your agreement to the following terms and conditions with Red Bull Company Limited (the “Event Organiser”). Any person who is in breach of these terms and conditions (the “Ticketing Terms and Conditions”) may be removed from the Event without right to refund, compensation or re-admission. Please note, any specific terms stated at the point of Ticket purchase shall take precedence over these Ticketing Terms and Condi

The best time to visit Miami for the perfect getaway

The best time to visit Miami for the perfect getaway

Most people think the seasons don’t change in Miami or that it’s just one long summer spell here. But that’s not entirely true. While our year-round sunshine makes going to one of the Miami beaches a thing you can do pretty much 365 days a year, what most people don’t account for is the rain. Miami can get pretty soggy, not to mention there’s a little something called hurricane season, which brings even bigger storms to these parts. Something else to keep in mind when you’re visiting Miami are the tourists. Maybe you’re one of those people—hi! We like you but at certain times of the year there seem to be way too many of you, and that can be problematic for things like traffic and finding a room at one of the best South Beach hotels. So if you’re the type who likes to avoid crowds, you might want to read on. Our guide to the best time to visit Miami isn’t comprehensive but the season-by-season breakdown should provide some needed guidance before you book. You’ll notice that while summer is oppressively hot and likely rain, it’s also less busy and, in turn, less expensive. Winter in Miami is glorious, and that’s when most of the snowbirds and out-of-towners descend on the city. Whether you’re looking to party it up at the best Miami clubs or keep it lowkey with a few days on the sand, this guide to the best time to visit Miami will help you nail your next vacation in paradise. RECOMMENDED: The best things to do in Miami

A definitive guide to Miami’s best burgers

A definitive guide to Miami’s best burgers

Before you even dig into this list, we’re betting you’ve already got a burger in mind. You’ve already handed out your coveted Award for the Best Miami Burger I’d Eat Every Day. But stick with us, because there have been some seriously incredible options added to menus recently, including some at Miami's best restaurants. No doubt you’ve noticed already how many fancy restaurants around town have added them to their menus, and then there are the pop-ups and casual Miami breweries putting out great burgers. We’ve added them here to some of our all-time faves, like the city’s OG frita. And who knows? You might just find a new favorite. RECOMMENDED: The best steakhouses in Miami

Mark your calendars for the best summer events in Miami

Mark your calendars for the best summer events in Miami

Life is less chaotic in Miami come summertime when most of the snowbirds return north and tourists escape to cooler, less rainy cities. Summer events in Miami shift from mega tentpoles like an Art Basel Miami Beach and, most recently, F1 Miami Grand Prix, to more laidback activities, including park exhibitions, fruit festivals and other fun things to do with kids in Miami. It's true that the city tends to slow down a bit (two words: it's hot!), but the slower pace makes it the perfect time to cool off at a Miami water park and the Miami beaches before the crowds swarm in again. So take advantage of a less-crowded Miami in the summer, and be sure to hit up these festivals, conventions and parties while you can.

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Laughs on Lincoln: Love Me Not Edition

Laughs on Lincoln: Love Me Not Edition

Comedienne Brittany Brave keeps things frisky and fun with her monthly stand-up showcase on Lincoln Road—and now at Time Out Market Miami. This February, the Miami-born writer, producer and performer takes the stage alongside Alex Morizio, Giovanni Neal, Pauley McPaulerson, Raul Hernandez and Phil Isme. Enjoy a free Spritz Society cocktail with your ticket and live comedy from some of the best South Florida has to offer. You won't want to miss it!

Miami Open

Miami Open

Our annual star-studded tennis tournament returns to its flashy home at Hard Rock Stadium. Expect the same sporty-chic crowds and luxe activations, including private cabana suites, glittering booze gardens serving copious cocktails, new culinary options and a gondola, offering a unique bird's-eye view of the grounds. Times vary.

Sunset Soiree at Palm House

Sunset Soiree at Palm House

Say goodbye to the holidays with help from local culinary influencer Miami Food Porn and chilled-out beachside lounge Palm House as the two come together to host their first epic sunset party of the year, where you'll eat, dance, drink and dance under twilight. Some of Miami's most well-known eateries will be in attendance for the special wellness-themed event, including Fly Fuel, Sweetgreen and Il Maestro Pizzaiolo. For drinks, Tigo will be slinging complimentary low-calorie tequila seltzers and Dezo will supply free canned vodka seltzers all night long. Bia.Bar.Ros and Berger & Beezy DJ the free event till late. Palm House, 5101 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

Seaglass Rosé Experience

Seaglass Rosé Experience

Rosé all day is the name of the game at this massive wine-tasting experience, featuring more than 30 varietals of the pink stuff. Sample rosé from around the world as well as select spirits and craft beers while listening to tunes by The Collektives, The French Horn Collective, Big Rock Band, Spred the Dub and Anna De Ferren. Need another reason to drink? The beachfront event donates part of its proceeds to AutoNation's DRV PNK initiative, an organization that supports breast cancer research. 500 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale

"Cabaret"

"Cabaret"

Loxen Productions takes audiences back to 1930s Berlin with its intimate production of the Tony-winning musical Cabaret. Set just before Hitler comes to power, the story follows the lives of the performers and patrons of the KityKat Club as the rise of Nazism looms. Cabaret marks Loxen's first show in its new home in Little Havana.

Disco Punch Brunch at Time Out Market

Disco Punch Brunch at Time Out Market

The Market's Disco Punch Brunch combines three of our favorite pastimes into one fun afternoon. Every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3pm, order up boozy punch bowls, groove to a disco playlist and tuck into brunch classics, including avocado toast from Plants & Bowls, chicken and waffles from Chick’n Jones and a juicy cheeseburger from Little Liberty. Each large-format cocktail serves four and is priced at $50, but there’s no limit to how many you can order. This is brunch—and this is South Beach—after all. Sat, Sun noon–3pm

Miami International Boat Show

Miami International Boat Show

Whether you want to gawk, check out some marine gear or actually pony up for a yacht, this five-day seafaring shindig lets you get comfortably nautical at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Feeling a lil yachty? Lucky for you: the Miami International Boat Show (MIBS) and Miami Yacht Show (MYS) have combined into one big event this February. While the on-land portion of the event takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Pride Park, there are in-water components of the show at Venetian Marina, One Herald Plaza, Museum Park Marina and IGY Yacht Haven Grande at Island Gardens.

Beaux Arts Festival

Beaux Arts Festival

This 72nd annual arts festival (Miami’s longest-running juried art festival) in support of South Florida’s first art museum, the Lowe, returns to the University of Miami’s campus. The event, encouraging an appreciation of the arts across Miami, features over 150 outdoor fine-art exhibits, local vendors, a beer garden, live music and lots of food.

Pegasus World Cup

Pegasus World Cup

The million-dollar horse race ($3 million, to be exact) returns to Gulfstream Park this January. Not into horses? Come for the celebrity sightings and atmosphere, which borders on South Beach nightclub thanks to a day party and live musical performances. This year's acts include Kygo and OneRepublic.

Calle Ocho Festival

Calle Ocho Festival

Ten stages with a variety of live performances, drunken revelers reppin’ their country’s flag and all the croquetas and arepas you can stuff into your face: It’s time for Miami’s massive street fair, Calle Ocho, where thousands of people gather across the iconic 15 blocks every year to celebrate Latinx pride. SW 8th St between SW 12th and 27th.

Family Brunch and Holiday Movies at Time Out Market Miami

Family Brunch and Holiday Movies at Time Out Market Miami

On Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11, head to the Market starting at noon to partake in festive Family Brunch and Holiday Movies. Kids can order from the new holiday brunch menu while enjoying seasonal classics like Home Alone and The Polar Express throughout the afternoon. Additionally, a kid-friendly holiday mocktail punch bowl will be offered at the bar in lieu of the Market's traditionally very boozy Disco Punch Bowls!

Live Holiday Entertainment at Time Out Market Miami

Live Holiday Entertainment at Time Out Market Miami

In the mood for an evening of festive live music? Catch the barbershop vocal quartet Close Shave as they perform for guests at Time Out Market Miami on Sunday, December 18 or vibe to Latin tunes by Cortadito on Tuesday, December 20 as you dine and imbibe ahead of the holidays.

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アブダビでグリーンパス表示を各スポットの入場条件に

アブダビでグリーンパス表示を各スポットの入場条件に

アラブ首長国連邦(UAE)のアブダビでは、2021年6月15日(火)から、施設や観光施設などへの入場に関する新しいルールを設けることになった。アブダビ緊急危機災害委員会(NCEMA)によると、この日以降、下記の施設に入る場合は、ワクチン接種や検査状況把握、接触確認に用いられているUAE公式アプリ『AlHosn』で「グリーンパス」を表示することが必要になる。 ・ショッピングモール・大きなスーパーマーケット・レストラン、バー、カフェ・美術館や博物館・映画館・エンターテインメントセンター・ジム・ホテル(ホテル内の施設も含む)・公共の公園・公共のビーチ・プライベートビーチ、スイミングプール AlHosnアプリ上でのグリーンパスには以下の6つのカテゴリーがあり、表示条件は個人のワクチンの接種状況とPCR検査の有効性に基づいて設定されている。 カテゴリー1:28日以上前に2回目のワクチン接種を受けた人、もしくはワクチン試験のボランティアの人は、PCR検査結果が陰性であれば、AlHosnには検査後30日間はグリーンパスが有効となる。また検査後7日間に限っては、アクティブアイコン(Eの文字または金色の星)も得られる。 カテゴリー2:2回目のワクチン接種を受けてから28日以内の人は、PCR検査の結果が陰性であれば、検査後14日間はグリーンパスが有効。 カテゴリー3:1回目のワクチン接種を受け、2回目を待っている人は、PCR検査の結果が陰性であれば、検査後7日間はグリーンパスが有効。 カテゴリー4:1回目のワクチン接種した人で、2回目の接種が48日以上遅れている場合。PCR検査の結果が陰性であれば、検査後3日間はグリーンパスが有効。 カテゴリー5;承認されたプロセスに沿って取得されたワクチン免除証明書を持っている場合。PCR検査の結果が陰性であれば、検査後7日間はグリーンパスが有効。 カテゴリー6:ワクチンを接種しておらず、免除も受けていない場合。PCR検査の結果が陰性であれば、検査後3日間はグリーンパスが有効。 全てのカテゴリーにおいて、該当するPCR検査の有効期間が終了するとパスの色が緑色から灰色に変わる。PCR検査結果が陽性の場合は赤色になり、政府指定の隔離手続きが必要となる。 最近アブダビでは、強制的にPCR検査を求められている住民に対して無料の検査を行うことが提案されている。無料検査が実現されれば、アブダビの人々はより自由に街のさまざまな場所に行けるようにはなると思うが、今のところ公式な動きは見られない。 原文はこちら 関連記事 『今夏目標に日本もワクチンパスポート導入を検討』 『EUがワクチンパスポートを導入』 『シンガポール、5月からワクチンパスポートで入国を簡素化』 『イギリスのパブパスポート計画に反対が続出』 『ワクチンパスポートについて知るべき5のこと』

Is Miami still a great place to live? Help us find out.

Is Miami still a great place to live? Help us find out.

There’s no better city in the world than Miami...right? It’s why, in part, we spend hours poring over what makes our city tick, culling through the top Miami restaurants and delving deep into Miami nightlife to bring you all that’s great and wonderful about our fair city.  From London to Paris, Los Angeles to Tokyo and Mexico City to Melbourne, Time Out has always celebrated the magic of cities. Now, as we do every year, we want to work out how that magic happens. How exactly do we do that? Meet the Time Out Index, our investigation into the reality of city living today. We want to discover what makes cities great, how city-dwellers feel about their hometown, and which are the best neighborhoods right now for going out, having fun and living city life to the full. In previous years, thousands of you informed us that Miami is hungover, horny and generally pretty happy; and that Wynwood is our city’s coolest neighborhood. Thanks to you, we also learned that Miami’s most iconic food is the Cuban sandwich.  So much has changed since we last checked in with you, which makes this year’s survey all that more important. This is your chance to tell us all about your life in Miami—and don’t be afraid to get specific. What are the most overrated neighborhoods? Which dish truly defines our city? How much takeout and delivery did you really order in 2020? Help us learn more about life in Miami by taking just a few minutes to complete the Time Out Index survey. It’s short and fully anonymo

Time Out Market Miami will reopen in March, and we can’t wait to feed you

Time Out Market Miami will reopen in March, and we can’t wait to feed you

Miami, we've missed you. After a whirlwind year, we're finally ready to reopen Time Out Market Miami in South Beach this month. And yes, we'll make sure the bar is fully stocked to properly celebrate the occasion. Our 18,000-square-foot culinary destination remains committed to celebrating the best of Miami through food, drink and culture—all curated by our editorial team. On opening day, you can expect a mix of old favorites and new concepts we know you'll love. We can't wait to safely fling open our doors, fire up the ovens and feed you again. Stay tuned: We'll share more details—including our reopening date and vendor lineup—here on Time Out Miami in the coming days. In the meantime, give us a follow @timeoutmarketmiami for the latest. See you at Time Out Market Miami soon! Most popular on Time Out - The best things to do in Miami right now- The absolute best Miami beaches for every type of sunbather- The best parks in Miami for enjoying the great outdoors- The coolest things to do in South Beach all year round

Cheers to you, Miami—2020 may have kicked you, but it could never knock you down

Cheers to you, Miami—2020 may have kicked you, but it could never knock you down

Who’s ready to kiss 2020 goodbye? We know we are. It’s been a challenging year for many (R.I.P. Miami restaurants that closed permanently) but it’s also been a year of growth, transformation and regeneration. For us, that meant temporarily changing our name to Time In to bring you fun and safe things to do at home—from sharing the recipe for Miami’s best banana bread and highlighting the local museums to visit from your couch to curating a list of the city’s top takeout and delivery options. We were with you every step of the way as our city reopened. As part of our Love Local series, we filled you in on Miami’s new era of cinemas, which included a pop-up experience at Hard Rock Stadium (Lucky you who watched a flick while parked on the 50-yard line!), floating screens for boat-ins on Biscayne Bay and drive-ins galore. When the city shut down indoor dining, we introduced you to the ingenious operators who turned their parking lots and sidewalks into convivial areas where customers could safely enjoy a meal outdoors. (See here, here and definitely here.) From South Beach and Coconut Grove to pockets of Downtown, Wynwood and Brickell, Miami neighborhoods came together for the community. We’re in awe of the businesses that pivoted, the folks who stepped up to help those in need and the brave people who stood up for what they believed in. You are 2020’s silver lining. Thank you. With just a few days left in the year, we’re looking ahead to 2021 and everything it has in store for

11 wonderful things that defined 2019 in Miami

11 wonderful things that defined 2019 in Miami

It’s almost 2020, folks. In less than a week we’ll be entering a new year and decade, leaving behind the one that gave us Hamilton, Fortnite, Baby Yoda and Donald Trump as president. Ten years is a lot to unpack (especially right before happy hour) so we’ll keep it simple with a look back on 2019. Here, the trends, comebacks and openings that helped define 2019 in Miami.—Falyn Freyman and Virginia Gil 1. We proved that print is not deadAfter a year-long hiatus, Time Out Miami brought back its magazine. While it was probably a bigger deal for us than you reading this online (our content was and still is available digitally), we’d like to think you missed us, too. Our mags fit nicely in your beach bag, make fabulous coasters and, more importantly, tell you everything you need to know about Miami. Our print editions, which were published in May and November of 2019, are available here and we encourage you to read them. We promise you’ll love them. 2. Allapattah surprised us—in the best wayWe won’t call what’s happening in Allapattah gentrification. Rather, the neighborhood filled with warehouses and body shops is undergoing a massive beautification as new businesses breathe life into abandoned spaces. This year alone saw the opening of Jorge Pérez’s new collaborative art space El Espacio 23 (2270 NW 23rd St) and the relaunch of the Rubell Gallery as a bonafide museum—an event that prompted a string of wild Art Basel parties attended by the likes of Kim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid an

Watch: a first look inside the brand new Time Out Market Miami

Watch: a first look inside the brand new Time Out Market Miami

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.)  

ICYMI: Time Out Market Miami has opened!

ICYMI: Time Out Market Miami has opened!

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.

Time Out Market Miami is officially open!

Time Out Market Miami is officially open!

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 for Time Out Mar

Time Out Market Miami is about to open!

Time Out Market Miami is about to open!

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.

We’re throwing a Miami mac and cheese party—and you’re invited

We’re throwing a Miami mac and cheese party—and you’re invited

Update: Sadly, this event has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.  So, look. We know you have big plans for an ab-sculpting diet to kick off 2018. You’re stockpiling quinoa and Googling “which vegetables don’t taste like feet?” But we’re going to need you to set aside January 21 as your first glorious cheat day of the new year. Because we’ve assembled an all-star team of Miami mac and cheese virtuosos to feed you until you’re way past full. And to wash it all down? The homies over at Ricky’s are taking care of that with gallons of golden beer. It’s all part of our first ever Mac and Cheese Smackdown, happening at MAPS Backlot next month. Tickets are on sale now—in case you haven’t heard—and you really don’t want to miss this one. You’ll be able to eat all the mac and cheese your little heart desires for two wonderful hours, sipping beer along the way. The event is 21-plus and a healthy tolerance for melted cheese is encouraged. See you there! (We'll be the ones shoving extra mac and cheese into our pockets.) Get your tickets now   Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.

Here's what you missed at Time Out Miami's Sabor Latino Fiesta

Here's what you missed at Time Out Miami's Sabor Latino Fiesta

If you woke up full on Friday morning (and perhaps slightly hungover), chances are you spent your Thursday night partying it up and eating with us at Sabor Latino Fiesta.  Crowds joined us at ToeJam Backlot in Wynwood to sample some of Miami’s best Latin food from restaurants such as La Latina, Tacology, Pisco y Nazca, Bulla Gastrobar, Baja Bao, 33 Kitchen, Edukos, DÔA Miami Beach and Havana 1957. It was an all out feast that featured adorable bite-size arepas, plenty of ceviche options, tiraditos, Cubanos and tequeños. Complimentary Tanqueray No. 10 gin frosé fueled the outdoor dance party with beats from the Event Factor.  Couldn’t make it to Sabor Latino? Here’s a look at what went down.    Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.

Time Out Miami honors the city’s best bars at the 2017 Bar Awards

Time Out Miami honors the city’s best bars at the 2017 Bar Awards

If you went out for a post-work cocktail yesterday and found your favorite bartenders were missing, don't worry. They are safe. And chances are they were probably just at the 2017 Time Out Miami Bar Awards, where some of Miami's most talented bar folk gathered to honor a diverse sampling of the city's best places to drink.  On the 50th floor of Brickell's W Miami, inside the hotel's Whisper Cocktail Lounge, winners were selected in categories like Best Bar Family (Taurus Beer & Whisk(e)y House), Most Creative Drink List (Zucca) and Best Wine Bar, which went to Wynwood's Lagniappe.   Our sponsor, William Grant & Sons, kept the drinks flowing all night—think tasty Milagro margaritas, Monkey Shoulder punches and Segura Viudas wines—while the hardware was handed to our deserving winners. Milagro Tequila's brand ambassador, Jaime Salas, presented 27 Restaurant & Bar with the award for Best Bar Design, and Sebastien Derbomez, brand ambassador for Monkey Shoulder, had the honor of presenting this year's winner for Best Bar: Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company. Check out our photos from the night below.

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