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Must-Visit Food Markets In Miami, Florida

Must-Visit Food Markets In Miami, Florida
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The vibrant city of Miami is at the heart of South Florida’s business and cultural landscape. Featuring a diverse mix of ethnicities, this city offers a beguiling blend of warm beaches, trendy nightlife, beautiful nature, and absorbing arts landscape. One of its remarkable facets is its rich culinary scene which can be best enjoyed in food halls - these are similar to food courts in the wide choice that is offered, but typically have a better ambience and have a curated selection of local/boutique flavours. Having everything in one place is certainly a great way to enjoy the best of the city’s varied culinary delights. Not only that but they also typically hold cooking activities and arts events. Check out our list of must-visit food markets in Miami, Florida to discover the amazing flavours of the city.

1. Wynwood Marketplace

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Held in the artsy and chic Wynwood neighbourhood, this unique outdoor event takes place every week from Thursday to Sunday. Wynwood Marketplace combines entertainment, great food and drinks, live performances, and art/craft stalls giving the event a fun vibe. There’s even a live DJ show for those keen on dancing. Special events and concerts are planned every week so there’s always something new to enjoy. The setting feels like a garden with comfy seating and greenery. The food trucks offer cuisines from a variety of countries.

Wynwood Marketplace

Address: 2250 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL

Website: Wynwood Marketplace

Opening hours: Thu - Fri: 4pm - 10pm; Sat - Sun: 12pm - 10pm (closed from Mon - Wed)

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2. Politan Row


One of the acclaimed food halls of the nation, Politan Row offers a relaxed atmosphere with a selection of cuisines from across the world. Created by top local chefs, the eclectic range in the food court here will leave you spoilt for choice. You can pick from Asian (such as Vietnamese and Japanese), Mediterranean, Italian, and South American (Peruvian) cuisines plus many others. The sushi and the ramen at the Japanese counter Yuzu and the handmade pasta dishes at Dal Plin are particularly recommended. There’s a bar as well so you have great beverages to accompany your meal.

Politan Row

Address: 140 NE 39th St Suite #241, Miami

Website: Politan Row

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 9am - 10pm; Fri - Sat: 9am - 11pm

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3. Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers' Market

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Every Monday inside Miami’s premier performing arts centre, Adrienne Arsht Center, a farmers’ market is set up wherein you will find the freshest of produce grown in Florida, meat, dairy products, and other natural products like honey, as well as stalls with prepared food and beverages. The market additionally offers special events every week - ranging from workshops with chefs, cooking demonstrations, to special farm-to-table dinners, all of this with live music in the background.

Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers' Market

Address: 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL

Website: Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers’ Market

Opening hours: Mon: 4pm - 8:30pm (closed from Tue - Sun)

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4. Time Out Market Miami


Time Out Market Miami brings under one roof the best of Miami’s culinary scene. Spread over 18,000 sq. ft (1,486 sq. m.) this upscale food hall offers a carefully curated selection of local and global cuisines that reflects the region’s diverse ethnicity. Your options will include Asian, Cuban, Italian, South American, and classic American with a total of 18 eateries plus dessert stalls and three bars, usually from the finest restaurants and chefs of the region. Be sure to try the award-winning Cuban sandwich by Alberto Cabrera, Bachour’s pastries, Azucar’s special ice-cream flavors and wood-fired oysters at Leña.

Time Out Market Miami

Address: 1601 Drexel Ave, Miami, FL 33139, United States

Website: Time Out Market Miami

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11am - 11pm; Fri - Sat: 11am - 12am

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5. Yellow Green Farmers Market


Located in Hollywood, Yellow Green Farmers Market has not only become the top farmer’s market of the region but also a major tourist attraction! This market hosts 300+ vendors in a slightly chaotic set up inside a 100,000-square-foot (9,290 sq. m.) warehouse, bringing back memories of old-style local markets. Inside you will find a bewildering range of foodstuff - fresh produce (fruits and vegetables), fish, meat, fresh dairy products, tea and coffee, and homemade snacks. Apart from this, you will find handmade jewellery, clothing, natural skincare products plus an array of arts and crafts such as pottery, paintings, and ceramic work. The prepared food on offer is as vast with options ranging from Indian to Mexican and African. As the market gets incredibly busy and crowded during the day, it is recommended to go as early as possible.

Yellow Green Farmers Market

Address: 3080 Sheridan St, Hollywood, FL

Website: Yellow Green Farmers Market

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 8am - 4pm (closed from Mon - Fri)

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Exploring Miami's finest culinary traditions

Must-Visit Food Markets In Miami, Florida
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This list of must-visit food markets in Miami, Florida includes both upmarket food markets and also local markets so you can pick as per your mood and budget. Beware, given the choice in food types in each of these food halls, you may not be able to try out everything so be sure to plan multiple visits to explore all the amazing food on offer.

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