Calling all home thrifters! Miami has a new consignment shop and showroom and it’s a trove of things you’ll want in your home. The Local Flea, from Miami-based decluttering service Remoov, stocks pre-owned furniture and decor you can shop online or IRL at its 10,000-square-foot warehouse in Doral (7457 NW 55th St). Unlike regular second-hand stores, its curated inventory comprises the stuff Remoov’s experts sort through and select for resale. In other words, it's not the items they opt to recycle or toss after sorting through their client's homes.
Have rising gas costs put a damper on your European summer vacation plans? Is the airfare just too expensive to travel abroad this season? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll want to read ahead closely. French bee is launching nonstop flights from Miami to Paris...
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It looks like Miami might be a sports city after all. Two years after hosting Super Bowl LIV and fresh off a successful Formula 1 Grand Prix, FIFA has announced Miami as one of its host cities for the 2026 World Cup. The international soccer (or fútbol, forgive us) tournament will be held throughout North America, Canada, the United States and Mexico.
In today’s edition of ways New York is taking over Miami, we have some very exciting news to share with you: We’re getting an Eataly!. The Italian mega market, which first opened in NYC’s Flatiron neighborhood before expanding to cities across the U.S. and all over the world, is opening its first Florida location, reports the Miami New Times.
If you were lucky enough to attend summer camp as a kid, you know the magic of long days spent lakeside, afternoons spent crafting and late nights doing anything but sleeping in your cabin. Sadly, now you’re an adult and likely too old for camp and maybe too broke to take a real vacation thanks to soaring gas prices. All there is to do is reminisce about bunk life–or is there?
There’s not a ton to complain about Wynwood’s only outdoor museum, Wynwood Walls. The popular attraction exhibits murals from some of the world’s most famous street artists, it’s a family-friendly activity in Miami and it’s, hands-down, the best thing to see during Art Basel Miami Beach, when their surfaces get a refresh. But we missed the snacks.
Miami is really riding the fine-dining wave. There’s the newly minted Michelin-starred restaurants in Miami, the long list of Bib Gourmands recipients and the spate of pricey meat and seafood concepts spots the city. What’s next in line? The Lion & the Rambler, bringing a multicourse menu and tasting counter concept to the neighborhood.
The moment the local culinary industry—and people who follow it closely—have been waiting for has arrived: the 2022 Michelin Guide Miami is finally here. On June 9, the inaugural dining guide bestowed Florida with 15 starred restaurants and 29 Bib Gourmand recipients. Eleven Miami restaurants received Michelin stars, including the state’s only two-star recipient, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Miami in the Design District.
Queue up your favorite reservation platform and get those digits ready to book: the inaugural edition of the Michelin Guide Miami is here. For the first time ever, the distinguished dining guide includes selections from Miami, Orlando and Tampa, with a total of 15 restaurants earning those much sought-after stars.
Black mixologists, their recipes and the long history of Black mixology will be the subjects of an intimate fireside chat—and inspire a special cocktail—at Time Out Market Miami this month. To celebrate both Juneteenth and the release of A Comprehensive Guide to Black Mixology by Tamika Hall, the...
The jump from food truck to brick-and-mortar is often an impossible leap, which makes this new opening all that more exciting. PizzElla, the mobile pizza pop-up we discovered outside of Panther Coffee in Wynwood one evening, has vaulted: as of this week, you can now find the Neapolitan pizza shop inside Time Out Market Miami.
It’s a great day to be a cocktail enthusiast in Miami. Last night, the World’s 50 Best ranking handed out its first-ever North America’s 50 Best Bars awards in New York City, and the Magic City was well represented among the evening’s deserving recipients. Broken Shaker,...
Have you ever had a meal so memorable you countdown the days until you can have it again? It happened to us the day we tried Rosie’s wild mushroom polenta for the first time, and we’ve been looking forward to it ever since. The Overtown pop-up restaurant, owned...
Miami is one lucky queer city. We get our big citywide Pride celebration in April, with the annual Miami Beach Pride Parade and surrounding events and then we get a second opportunity to let our rainbow flags fly in June when the whole country comes together to honor our LGBTQ+ communities. There’s a lot going on this month, from the return of Wynwood Pride to epic drag brunches in Miami to diva-led bingo parties and drinks specials all in honor of Pride. With so many celebrations to get to, we’ll just jump right in.
The unofficial start of summer is here. No, we don’t mean Memorial Day (which, yes, has passed), we’re talking about hurricane season 2022 (June 1–Nov 30) and the inevitable deluge it brings with it. Floridians can expect an above-average hurricane season, with the NOAA forecasting approximately 14 to 21 named storms—of which about half could turn into hurricanes, including three to six major hurricanes (category 3, 4 or 5). And it all starts this weekend with our first official tropical storm watch.
It is a soggy, tropical storm kind of Friday in Miami but the day is not without its silver lining: This morning, Groot Hospitality announced the opening of Gekkō, a new Japanese steakhouse it plans to open with none other than Bad Bunny. Yep, the Grammy-winning artist is partnering with Miami’s flashiest restaurant group to open a brand new concept in Brickell this summer.
Miami seasons don’t follow the same schedule as in other cities. We go outside in the wintertime, taking advantage of temperate weather to enjoy the parks and beaches, and stay the hell inside in the summer, when it’s hot, humid and rainy. The same goes for our diets. We’re hunkering down with lots of wine and snacks at our summer hurricane parties and, this year, leaving the house only to carb-load at the best: Jaguar Sun.
Brunch in Miami is a weekend tradition you just can’t escape. You have your diehards who roam the city in search of the best bottomless brunches every Saturday and Sunday. You have tourists who carve out time from their vacation to check out the city's best brunch offerings. There are also the folks who love a good drag brunch, the ones who’ve crawled out of bed for some hair of the dog and a hangover-curing meal and the people content with a bagel and schmear if it means never leaving their house on a weekend. Brunch takes on so many different forms and Time Out Market Miami is here with another iteration that’s sure to attract a following.
There can never be too many omakase restaurants, especially when a city’s latest debut is a super-exclusive, sushi den. James Beard Award-winning chef Paul Qui is behind El Secreto Omakase, a six-seat bar serving Tokyo-style sushi and Kyoto-style kaiseki—essentially Japanese haute cuisine—inside the Faena Hotel Miami Beach. Qui, who worked at Austin’s lauded sushi restaurant Uchi, alongside Tyson Cole before opening his own establishments in the city, knows his way around high-end omakase.
It’s not very often you can feel good about tucking into a heaping bowl of dan dan noodles—or is it? At The Rogue Panda, Time Out Market Miami’s new plant-based Chinese eatery, indulging in your favorite Asian dishes isn’t just satisfying, but it’s also sustainable and tasty.