La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel pops up this Saturday at Bayfront Park

La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel pops up this Saturday at Bayfront Park. The Madrid’s historic Market, reinvented in 2009 as a gastronomic mecca with products of the highest quality, is opening its doors in Miami to seduce the most demanding tastes. It will remain open to the public from this Saturday until Jan. 26, 2016 in Bayfront Park, offering a selection of artisanal products and the best informal dining, the organization says. Here is more information about Le Feria del Mercado de San Miguel :


According to :

“La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel is a traveling spinoff of Madrid’s 100-year-old El Mercado de San Miguel. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez and Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado will lead a private ribbon-cutting Friday night, before the 9,000-square-foot, open-air market welcomes visitors at 10 a.m. Saturday. Guests will find food and drink kiosks selling all sorts of Spanish tapas and delicacies: acorn-fed ham, gin and tonics, squid-ink paella, montaditos, gazpacho, fruits, meats, fish and more. The market is set to run through Jan. 31 before moving on to another U.S. city yet to be announced.” written by Evan S. Benn.


According to South Florida Gourmet :

“Like its home base the indoor tent will team with chefs and vendors, Spanish and local, wines and cocktails and freshly prepared foods from paellas and montaditos to tapas, gazpachos, seafood and regional delicacies such as pata negra ham, cheeses, sweets and charcuterie.  The Feria will open on Friday, September 25 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Montserrat Valle, owner and president of Mercado de San Miguel, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez and Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado before the open-air market opens at 10 a.m. Saturday.” written by Simone Zarmati Diament.


According to DowntownMiami :

“This itinerant take on Madrid’s Market of San Miguel has 9,000 sq. feet (837 sq. meters) of covered and outdoor areas for serious wine and tapas tastings. The fair will have “numerous kiosks, counters and showcases with a wide-ranging offer of delicacies from regional Spanish gastronomy” in surroundings that preserve the early 20th-century architecture of the original market. The gourmet selection will consist of both traditional and contemporary cuisine. Madrid’s Mercado de San Miguel, visited by some 75,000 people a week, 40 percent of whom are tourists, is the only market with iron architecture that has been preserved in Madrid, and is considered an Asset of Cultural Interest in the Monuments category.”


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