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Time Out Market Boston, Fenway's premier food and cultural hall, welcomes SOURCE by owner Daniel Roughan to its all-star lineup. Opening later this month, gourmands alike can enjoy wood-fired, Neapolitan-style pizza made fresh with locally sourced ingredients and their famous “Mother” sourdough crust.  SOURCE first opened its doors in Harvard Square in November 2020 at the height of the pandemic. Fast forward two years later, their famous pepperoni pizza has since garnered a diehard following, becoming one of the most “Instagrammed pizzas in New England.” “In SOURCE, ‘we crust” and ensure our pizzas are made utilizing local and sustainable products and only the purest ingredients. 95% of our ingredients come from local purveyors and farms within 100 miles of Boston. Even our dough is made with yeast harvested from a local brewery —a recipe Executive Chef and Partner Brian Kevorkian and I began perfecting in 2018 and still use today, said owner Daniel Roughan. We are excited to bring our pizzas to Time Out Market, a perfect fit as we expand across the city. Being in the Fenway neighborhood with baseball as America's favorite pastime and pizza as America's favorite cuisine makes for a home run for all!”  On the menu, Market-goers can expect a modern take on pepperoni pizza, topped with wood charred red onions and drizzled vin cotto, The Fenway with smoke ricotta, sweet sausage, red onion, sweet potatoes, two eggs and garlic truffle aioli, along with the Tuscan Kale, a vegetaria

Time Out Market, the world’s first food and cultural market rooted in editorial curation, announces Sandy Hayek has been appointed to the role of co-CEO, Time Out Market.  Reporting into Time Out Group CEO Chris Ohlund, and working alongside Time Out Market Co-CEO Didier Souillat, in this newly created role Sandy will be instrumental in day-to-day operations at Time Out Market, with a focus on optimising operations, growing auxiliary revenue and overseeing vendor relations. Didier will fully focus his efforts on accelerating the expansion of the Time Out Market business to South America, Africa, Europe and Asia and will be fully responsible for new locations, investment, initial curation and site development. Sandy joined Time Out Market Dubai as General Manager in early 2021, playing a critical role in its successful launch and continued business growth. She brings a wealth of experience and industry expertise to the position, with a career spanning over 18 years in hospitality across Scandinavia and the UAE. Prior to joining Time Out Market, Sandy served as the F&B Operations Manager for Nakheel Group, launching Depachika Food Hall on Palm Jumeirah and the Food District at The Pointe. Prior to that, she held senior management positions within award-winning dining and retail concepts including La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie in Downtown Dubai and Galeries Lafayette, among others. Sandy holds an associate degree in agriculture and a bachelor’s degree in international hospitalit

Time Out Market Miami will introduce Clyde’s Caribbean – a contemporary Trinidadian concept by Christopher Leacock (a.k.a. Jillionaire, formerly of electronic dance music DJ trio Major Lazer) on Wednesday, February 23. It will be a welcome addition to the Market, which captures and celebrates the soul of the city through chef-inspired events, installations from local artists and live entertainment. Named after his grandfather and the Caribbean island’s first black Registrar General, Clyde Byer, the menu presents a range of dishes that explore the island's depth of flavors as well as its cultural influences from the Indian and African diaspora. Guests can expect small plates of Codfish Fritters with a tamarind dipping sauce, Pumpkin Corn Soup and Jerk Wings served with a side of house-made cassava chips. Bigger appetites can enjoy larger plates of Jerk Chicken, Jerk Salmon or Coconut Curried Shrimp, served with fragrant coconut rice, sweet plantains and a side salad. Weekend brunch specials include modern Caribbean classics, including Curried Crab and Dumplings, Oxtail Grilled Cheese, Jerk Chicken Hash, and Ackee & Saltfish. A menu standout is the Bake & Fish sandwich, a popular street food item made with lightly fried mahi-mahi in an airy fried dough bread, topped with pickled slaw and house-made tamarind, cilantro, and garlic sauces. Meals can be polished off with refreshing soft drinks such as Sorrel, Ginger Beer, and Coconut Water, with homestyle Rum & Raisin Bread Pudding

Today, we’re pleased to announce the creation of the inaugural Tony Elliott Impact Award, supported by Time Out, at the 26th Human Rights Watch Film Festival. The winning film is Myanmar Diaries, a remarkable piece of guerrilla filmmaking that was shot in secret by an anonymous filmmaking collective, charting the country’s 2021 coup by a military junta in visceral detail. The award, in honour of our founder Tony Elliott, a committed human rights advocate and champion of emerging film talent, will give financial support to the filmmakers, and additional promotional support to help amplify the film’s future international distribution. Myanmar Diaries was unanimously selected by Tony’s son Rufus Elliott; the film critic Anna Smith and the Time Out Global Film Editor Phil de Semlyen for its nail-biting storytelling, guerrilla inventiveness, raw courage, and filmmaking craft. ‘It gives me great pleasure to hear that a winner has been announced for this special award in memory of my husband,’ says Elliott’s wife Janey. ‘Tony was a great supporter of independent cinema as well as a longtime supporter of Human Rights Watch and its annual film festival. He would have been delighted to be honoured in this way.’ The festival, presented in partnership with Barbican Cinema, runs from 17-25 March and showcases the finest in human rights storytelling. There are ten documentaries on the line-up, covering subjects as diverse as the immigrant experience in Britain, women surfers in Bangladesh,

Time Out Market Chicago, the premier culinary and cultural hub in partnership with B_Line Projects, the organization that curates and preserves murals throughout the West Loop invites guests to join them as they pay special tribute to the late iconic fashion designer and former Chicagoan, Virgil Abloh, Saturday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 pm. On this memorable evening, the culinary and cultural hub will celebrate the designer's influence in the art, music and fashion community with a mural unveiling by local artist Rahmaan Statik, followed by a panel discussion with some of Chicago’s leading tastemakers, music by DJ and local artist Mike Slugs, and much more. This is a free event and donations to the Virgil Abloh™ “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund will be accepted through Eventbrite, onsite at the event, or by purchasing the "Virgil Forever" specialty cocktail at the Time Out Market Bar. 100% of donations received will go to the fund. The mission of the Virgil Abloh™ Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund is to foster equity and inclusion within the fashion industry by providing scholarships to students of academic promise of Black, African-American, or African descent. Time Out Market Chicago is located at 916 W. Fulton Market. For more information and to rsvp, visit www.timeoutmarket.com/chicago.  

Time Out Market Dubai’s exclusive Editor’s Table will soon be taken over by the hottest chefs in town, celebrating unique menus with drinks pairings and a meal hosted by the chef themselves. Launching on Valentine’s Day and hosted by homegrown Chef Reif Othman, the ‘Chef’s Edition’ series will see Time Out Market Dubai’s famed chefs taking over the Editor’s Table - an exclusive booth set behind the Market’s Fountain Bar, and the only spot in the Market that diners can book. Chef Othman’s menu will feature an epic eight courses, with a Japanese-Chinese fusion twist for the occasion, and a sake pairing from Cuvée3, all for AED650, kicking off at 7pm. The exclusive experience requires advanced booking, as the table hosts just eight diners. Reservations can be made by emailing reservationsdxb@timeoutmarket.com. The Chef’s Edition series will continue throughout March, with an Indian Feast hosted by Chef Prashant of Masti on 2nd March, a Plant-based Middle-Eastern Feast from Little Erth on 9th March and BB Social’s Spero & Alex present “Bubble and Squeak, “Greek" on 23rd March, again reservations can be made by emailing reservationsdxb@timeoutmarket.com. More events will be announced soon. Spreading the Love this February, at Time Out Market Dubai As well as the launch of the Chef’s Edition series, a host of exciting activations and special events will take place all month long, bringing together foodies and couples from all over the city. Couples, friends and family who miss out

Launching February 2022, Time Out Market Miami reimagines the traditional food hall experience with a new prix-fixe dinner menu service by Michelin-vet and former Leku Head Chef, Chef Aitor Garate Berasaluze. Available in the fully transformed space in front of Lur, guests will enjoy a 3-course tasting menu of Basque country hallmarks like Ensalada a la Parrilla, Queso Idiazabal & Anchoa (Grilled Salad, Idiazabal Cheese and Anchovy); Branzino Macerado en Aji Mirasol Beurre Blanc & Topinambur (Branzino Marinated in Aji Mirasol, Beurre Blanc and Sunchokes), and Tarta de Queso Vasca (Basque-style creamy cheese tart). Using the freshest, local Miami produce and imported goods from Spanish purveyors, guests will enjoy one of the most authentic Basque dining experiences in all of Miami Beach.  Perfect for couples or small groups, dinner seatings are available Wednesday-Sunday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Menu changes seasonally and starts at $45pp with optional wine pairings for $20 from Vinya, Time Out Market Miami’s new natural wine bar.  Public reservations will begin Wednesday, Feb. 9 via Resy. LUR at Time Out Market Miami is located at 1601 Drexel Ave on Miami Beach. Telephone: (786) 753-5388; https://www.timeoutmarket.com/miami/.

Time Out Market Chicago, the premier culinary and cultural hub located at 916 W. Fulton Market is excited to add to its carefully curated showcase of delicious cuisine with the addition of Lil Amaru set to open on Monday, January 24. A spinoff of its sister restaurant - Amaru, located in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, Lil Amaru will feature globally inspired Latin street food. “It is so exciting to welcome Lil Amaru to our vendor lineup,” said Robert La Pata, Time Out Market Chicago General Manager. “The original Amaru has been a great addition to Chicago’s dining scene, and we’re happy to bring its Latin flair to Time Out Market Chicago as we continue to capture the best of Chicago under one roof.” Chef Rodolfo Cuadros created the original Amaru concept with the core belief of serving authentic Latin food and drinks and providing excellent service. “Amaru is so much more than the food,” said Cuadros. “It's more about the energy, passion, and culture. We want to spread our kindness through our hospitality and the food that we serve.” His passion for cooking shines through the thoughtful menu at Amaru Wicker Park, and he’s now looking forward to bringing a different style of Latin cuisine in the form of street food and tacos to Time Out Market Chicago. Visitors to Lil Amaru can expect an array of Latin-inspired starters, sandwiches, tacos, and beverages, including the Criollo Chicken Sandwich ($14), Grilled Amish chicken, sweet plantains, mojo criollo, arugula, tomato

Time Out Group, the global media and hospitality brand that helps people explore and experience the soul of the city, announces that Mary Keane-Dawson has joined as CEO of Time Out Media, with immediate effect. Based in London and reporting into Time Out Group CEO Chris Ohlund, Mary will lead Time Out’s Media business globally, managing its commercial and content teams, implementing a new consumer and partner focussed business strategy whilst driving efficiency and improving economic returns. An influential leader in the digital media and marketing space, Mary has a proven track record of improving commercial and team performance, planning and delivering outstandingly effective campaigns and achieving significant business development and growth - from start-ups to mature businesses.  With 25 years’ experience, most recently Mary was Group CEO of influencer marketing platform TAKUMI, and prior to that was European MD of Neo@Ogilvy, holding a main Board position of Ogilvy & Mather. Previous positions include Interim CEO at award-winning design and UX agency Collective London; MD at Steak Media; and Worldwide MD at SPAFAX, leading its global commercial capability growth before selling to WPP Group after leading a successful MBO. Chris Ohlund, Time Out Group CEO, said: “I’m delighted to have Mary on board to lead Time Out Media, at a time of great transformation for the business and the industry. Mary’s focus, engaging personality and passion for the Time Out brand makes her the

The 22 best new things to do in the world in 2022 have been revealed by Time Out, and the top spot goes to Maison Gainsbourg, a Parisian house museum dedicated to the life and work of French singer Serge Gainsbourg. It is followed by the opening of the House of Music, Hungary in Budapest and the Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto exhibition in Melbourne.   The list features the 22 very best experiences, events and new openings in the world in 2022, curated by Time Out’s global network of local expert editors and contributing journalists. Celebrating the most fun, original and simply unmissable things to do next year, the result is the essential bucket list to help people go out better, anywhere in the world: timeout.com/best-things-to-do-in-the-world.   Caroline McGinn, Time Out’s Global Editor-in-Chief, says: “Time Out’s list of the best new things to do in 2022 is our essential guide to the most exciting things happening around the world this year. It’s picked by Time Out’s international network of over 100 expert editors and independent local writers, whose everyday mission is to help people go out better. It includes monumental new museums and attractions, long-awaited comebacks for much-loved festivals, blockbuster theatre productions, and more. This is the only list you need to discover the world’s coolest cultural experiences for 2022.” Read the full list at timeout.com/best-things-to-do-in-the-world 1. Maison Gainsbourg: snoop around the house of a French cultural ic

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