The global culinary hotspot located at Miami Design District’s Palm Court Plaza, MIA Market, along with a new name, has announced the addition of several original concepts. Formerly St. Roch, the diverse food hall is now under the ownership and management of Macromia Group, who will maintain the establishment’s already beloved chefs, while integrating a selection of new purveyors within a revamped setting. MIA Market has already established themselves as a culinary gathering place within a world class shopping and design haven, providing the distinct character and ﬂavors of the melting pot that is Miami.
MIA Market houses 12 chefs, offering a flexible chef-driven experience from a roster of exciting young purveyors and restaurateurs. The food hall’s roster of beloved food purveyors includes:
Jaffa, an Israeli kitchen with Mediterranean cuisine influenced by Miami culinary darling Yaniv Cohen. Some highlights include a hummus tower, delicious falafel, turmeric roasted cauliflower, deconstructed baba ganoush and assorted meats as well as fantastic vegan dishes.
Dal Plin, which presents handmade fresh pasta, ravioli, gnocchi and traditional comfort Italian specialties using classic techniques, fresh ingredients and original recipes to bring back authentic Italian flavors by Chefs Elisabetta Callegaro and Massimo Tundo.
Hot Lime, a craft taco and ceviche concept influenced by Miami’s diverse Latin cultures by Chef Daniel Gonzalez and Carlos Padilla.
Tran An, which draws inspiration from the richness of Vietnamese culture providing a wide range of classic Vietnamese food offerings like pho, banh mi and salads with inventive protein options by Chef Jon Nguyen.
Sabal Coffee brings high-quality craft coffee and tea beverages to the market by owner Chase Rodriguez, featuring a menu filled with espresso-based beverages, ready-brew, cold-brew, and single-origin pour-overs, as well as house made vegan cookies.
COOP brings Brothers Robert, Chef Ruben, and Giancarlo Rodriguez’s culinary vision to life, offering American Southern food that serves unique takes on traditional dishes using fresh, local ingredients.
The Bar at MIA Market, featuring an array of wine and beer, as well as a cocktail menu and a light bar bite menu curated by the MIA Market chefs.
Continuing to support and elevate local talent, MIA Market is pleased to introduce a selection of new crave-worthy concepts including:
Ruby Dees, a light refreshing technique-driven concept that is globally inspired and ideated by beloved Miami chef, Daniel Roy.
Osom Bites, offering hand-crafted ice cream and a range of savory and sweet Crêpes from Roxana Morfe.
Foirette, an elevated dining concept imagined by renowned chef J.D. Hilburn. Former Chef of Michelin 2 star restaurant Danube in NYC and veteran of Montrachet and RM. Chefs Karen Ruedas and Tristen Reyes bring years of experience from Michelin-starred restaurants in NYC and Europe.
Later this winter, MIA Market will announce two additional concepts – an elevated, traditional sushi concept that is sure to make heads turn on December 26, and an eatery with an emphasis on wholesome, organic ingredients used in a variety of fresh juices, smoothies, bowls, salads, and more.
“We’re so excited to reintroduce MIA Market to the community under our direction,” said Barre Tanguis, Head of Development at Macromia Group. “By adding fresh concepts from up-and-coming and established names from the culinary scene to our existing beloved roster of chefs, we feel confident MIA Market will become the go-to destination for foodies looking for the ultimate community-focused dining experience.”
The team of experts behind MIA Market is Macromia Group, a hospitality company, specializing in building high-end dining and retail concepts. Macromia Group works directly with developers, chefs and retail stores to bring their vision to life, offering a range of operational consulting services. With a track record of developing premium concepts, Macromia Group is led by hospitality businessman, Barre Tanguis–alongside his wife–fashion entrepreneur and Head of Design and Operations, Cecile Hardy Tanguis and Culinary Director and renowned two Michelin Star chef, J.D. Hilburn.
A hub for innovative culinary dining experiences, MIA Market is located at the heart of the Miami Design District and has established itself as a destination for shoppers visiting the open-air, pedestrian and dog friendly neighborhood to enjoy lunch, happy hour, and dinner. MIA Market features plenty of beautiful outdoor seating overlooking Palm Court and its famous Netscape, a 24-seat web of hanging chairs by celebrated German designer Konstanin Grcic.
MIA Market is located on the 2nd level of the Miami Design District’s Palm Court (up the escalators) at 140 NE 39th St. suite 241 Miami, FL 33137. Hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday 12 pm – 8 pm; Friday through Saturday: Bar 12 pm – 11 pm; Food: 12 pm – 9 pm. For more information, please visit www.miamarket.com.
MIA Market offers a curated selection of culinary talent dedicated to innovative, creative, and diverse cuisines set in an inviting atmosphere. The chef-driven food hall has cemented itself as a destination for Miami locals and visitors in search of flexible dining options in a design-centric space. Enjoy lunch, happy hour, and dinner from the mix of 12 fast-casual and artisanal chefs. The food hall oasis fosters a sense of community by positioning its outgoing and passionate chefs front and center, helping to cultivate personal and interactive dining experiences. The open and inviting design lends itself to a quick lunch, a coffee meeting, or a dinner out with friends, offering something for everyone – a great reflection of the design-centric, global destination that has become synonymous with the Miami Design District. MIA Market chefs include: The Bar at MIA Market, Coop, Dal Plin, Foirette, Hot Lime, Jaffa, Osom Bites, Tran An, Ruby Dees, and Sabal Coffee. Later this winter, MIA Market will announce two additional chefs – an elevated, traditional sushi concept and a concept with an emphasis on wholesome, organic ingredients used in a variety of fresh juices, smoothies, bowls, salads, and more.
Located on the 2nd level of the Miami Design District’s Palm Court at 140 NE 39th St., Suite 241, Miami, FL 33137; Hours: Sunday through Thursday 12 pm – 8 pm; Friday through Saturday: Bar 12 pm – 11 pm; Food: 12 pm – 9 pm; Website: www.MiaMarket.com; Instagram: @MiaMarketMiami; Facebook: @MiaMarketMiami; Hashtags: #MIAMarketMiami