Timeout Market Miami

Faq’s

Do you accept reservations?

No. Time Out Market Miami has a casual approach with its communal seating. You’re welcome to take a seat at our socially distanced tables anytime you’d like.

What are the market opening hours?

Mon, Tue: Closed Wed, Thu: 4–10pm Fri: 4–11pm Sat: noon–11pm Sun: noon–10pm

Is Wi-Fi available?

Yes. You can sign in to the Wi-Fi at the market when you get there.

Do you offer vegan and/or gluten-free options?

Yes, but food sensitivities and allergies should be discussed with the chefs and staff at the market while ordering.

Do you allow pets?

Pets are allowed on the patio only. Pets are not allowed inside the market unless they are service animals.

Is parking available?

Paid parking is available in the garage above Time Out Market Miami and along the street.

Are there ATMs on the premises?

No, Time Out Market Miami does not have an ATM, but we accept most major credit and debit cards.

Do you accept cash?

No, this is a cashless market. As an alternative to using your credit or debit card, you can also purchase a Time Out Market Card, which is a pre-loaded card that you can top off at the market. You can also use your standard debit or credit cards directly at our bar and eateries.

What is a Time Out Market Card?

The Time Out Market Card can be treated as currency at Time Out Market Miami. You’ll use it in place of cash and refill it as needed. For more information, please see the Time Out Market Card’s terms of service.

Where are you located?

1601 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, on the corner of 16th Street and Drexel Avenue. We are one block south of Lincoln Road.

How many eateries does the market have?

There are eight eateries with some of Miami’s top chefs and restaurateurs inside Time Out Market Miami, plus more culinary talent is expected.

Are you open for breakfast?

No. We’re currently open for lunch (noon) Saturday and Sunday as well as dinner Wednesday through Sunday.

Do you serve coffee?

Yes, Bachour serve a variety of coffee drinks throughout the day.

Can I bring my own cake for a party?

Yes, celebratory cakes are allowed at no extra fee.

Does the bar have the same hours of operation as the kitchens?

Yes, the bar follows the exact operating hours as our dining room.

Is there disability access?

Yes, disability access is available from all three entrances: Drexel Avenue, 16th Street and via the parking garage.

Do you have live entertainment?

Yes, please see our events page here for what’s upcoming.

How do I order food and drinks at Time Out Market Miami?

Contactless ordering is available for Apple and Android smartphones through the Time Out Market app. Guests can search for ‘Time Out Market’ via the App Store or Google Play to download the app for free. Through the app, the progress of an order can be tracked through email, text, and/or push notifications.

Do you offer delivery?

Yes, delivery is offered via DoorDash, Uber Eats and Caviar. More information on how to order food for delivery is available here.

What kind of safety measures is Time Out Market Miami putting in place?

Time Out Market continues to prioritize the health and safety of its guests, employees and chefs. In addition to following government regulations and protocols, the Market has intensified its safety precautions and implemented systems to provide guests with an enjoyable dining experience.
  • What we’ve done for you: We’ve implemented less seating inside to better ensure safe social distancing between our guests; partitions on tables for those who dine in with us; an improved air circulation system; and a contactless payment system. There is a dedicated staff of sanitizing personnel cleaning our space at all times; and each counter and bar is outfitted with public shields.
  • What we expect from you: Please wash your hands upon entry using our bathrooms or sanitize them at the sanitization stations we’ve made available throughout the Market; it is required that you use a mask while inside; practice safe social distancing from others; respect the floor signage; and keep groups to a maximum of six (6) or ten (10) people from a single household.