Time Out Market Miami, which opened at South Beach in May this year, offers a variety of options for corporate events, product launches and more.
Located just steps from the Miami Beach Convention Center, the 18,000-sf space features 18 eateries, a demonstration kitchen and three bars. All of the dining outlets offered by Time Out Market have been tested, tasted and selected by independent Time Out journalists.
The space can be hired for product launches, corporate events and more. Breakfast and morning events ahead of the market’s hours of operation are also available. Indoor communal-style tables with seating for up to 16 guests can be reserved, and an outdoor terrace area is available for private events including alfresco eats and drinks. Buyouts are available for up to 600 guests, with a minimum of 150 guests required.
Outdoor capacity can accommodate up to 120 guests, and pre-paid cards allow groups to purchase items at the eateries and bars in the market. Cards can also be co-branded for larger groups; premium beer, wine and spirits packages are available; and there is access to a fully equipped bar area for private happy hours and mixers. The space boasts full audiovisual services, including a large screen for presentations and high-speed wireless internet.
“Time Out Market Miami is a great new addition to this part of the city and since opening in May 2019, it has become a popular destination for both locals and tourists to enjoy some of the city’s best food and drinks. In addition, we also offer this great venue to groups and to host events – based on availability so not to interfere with our day-to-day operations,” said Rod Gutierrez, GM of Time Out Market Miami in a press release statement. “The market is a fantastic space and we provide a range of flexible options – whether that’s product launches, private tables for smaller or larger groups, events, get-togethers, team meetings or more.”
The architecturally impressive space has been designed in the Art Deco style to complement its location near South Beach’s Ocean Drive Art Deco District. Wooden communal tables occupy the center of the space surrounded by open kitchens where guests can explore, order and receive food, and watch the culinary action. Natural light streams in through large windows, and pink terrazzo kitchen and bar counters contrast with glossy black tiles, exposed concrete floors and pastel-colored neon lights.
For more information, visit timeoutmarket.com/miami