TimeOut Market Miami Beach Plans to Reopen this month

Susan Askew
Susan Askew

TimeOut Market Miami Beach Plans to Reopen this month:

Food Hall closed a year ago at start of pandemic

TimeOut Market, the 18,000 sq. ft. food hall on Drexel Avenue just off Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, will reopen this month, according to an announcement on the company’s website. TimeOut closed last March at the start of the pandemic. While many restaurants reopened last summer under CDC guidelines, TimeOut which featured different culinary stations around a central, shared eating area, remained closed.

TimeOut “remains committed to celebrating the best of Miami through food, drink, and culture – all curated by our editorial team,” the announcement states. “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.”

TimeOut says it will share the reopening date and vendor lineup on its website, www.timeout.com.

Lincoln Eatery, another food hall on Meridian Avenue adjacent to Lincoln Road, reopened at the end of May last year.


Photo: Inside TimeOut Market pre-pandemic

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