As you probably know by now, many of Miami’s restaurants and bars are temporarily closing for dine-in service. Things are changing quickly, but we do know that new restaurants are getting into takeout and/or delivery, and others are offering new specials. Even though we can’t go to restaurants and eat there, we can support them (and eat something great) by ordering their food. We’ll keep updating this guide with more information as we get it, so stay tuned, and stay well. Got a restaurant tip? Email us at email@example.com.
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South of Fifth’s Stubborn Seed is offering take out you can order online. The menu is smaller than normal, but you can still get the warm celery root, snickerdoodle cookies, and a lot more dishes way fancier than any box of food you’ve ever put in your passenger seat.
The MiMo bagel shop El Bagel has switched to a pick-up-only system. You place your order on their website and they’ll text you when it’s ready. The EB Original and King Guava are our personal favorites.
Phuc Yea is still open, but they just announced that delivery and curb-side pick up are also now available. You can visit their website to place your order and have leftover pho for days.
Zak the Baker in Wynwood has moved to pick-up-only. Their full cafe menu, along with bread, bagels, and pastries, are available for pick up. Just place your order online and you’ll get a notification when it’s ready. The logistics for delivery are to be announced.
The South Beach taco spot Bodega is offering 20% off online orders with the promo code “WFH.” You can pick-up or get delivery if you’re in range.
Starting Wednesday, March 18, Downtown’s All Day is switching to take-out and delivery only. You can order from the cafe through their website if you’re in the mood for excellent coffee and some great breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
The awesome burger spot is now available for delivery and takeout. You can order through their website.
Starting on Thursday, March 19, Boia De will switch to take-out only with a new menu that includes a fried chicken sandwich, a BLT, and more. You can place an order online or by calling (305)-967-8866. The restaurant hours will be noon to 8pm and Boia De will also be selling bottles of wine at retail price, which you should definitely take advantage of if you’re into natural wine.
The Downtown cocktail bar and restaurant is switching to a take-out menu starting Tuesday, March 14, and will post updates on how to place an order over on their Instagram. When they’re up and taking orders, get one of the outstanding pastas.
NIU Kitchen has a brand new to-go menu and is also selling bottles of wine. Check out the selection and order online.
The South Beach Italian spot Macchialina is doing curb-side pick up for orders placed via phone. They’re also delivering through Uber Eats, so hit them up if you’re in the mood for some pasta. You can also pick up a bottle of wine at retail price.
Ariete is running a takeout and curbside pick up menu that includes their awesome Chug burger, wings, fritas, arroz imperial, and more. Call (786)-615-3747 to place an order. Also, Ariete is offering 15% off gift cards of $250 or less, and 20% off gift cards over $250.
Chug’s is offering a couple fixed-price takeout meals. The deal includes white rice, black beans, and green salad with your choice of pollo a la plancha, chicken fricasee, mojo pork, and sweet potato. It’s $10 for one person and $35 for a portion that’ll feed three to four people. Call (786)-534-8722 to place an order. Otherwise, their entire menu is also available on Uber Eats.
Meraki’s Downtown location and their new Coconut Grove location are now offering curbside pick up. Call (786)-773-1535 to place your order - and you can also still find them on the major delivery apps.
Allapattah’s Hometown Barbecue has switched to take-out only. Orders can be placed online or by calling (305)-396-4551. The restaurant also says delivery will be available soon.
Pinch in the Upper East Side is now offering takeout and curbside service as well as delivery via Uber Eats. Their hours will be 11:30am-9pm and you can check out their menu here.
The Wynwood tasting menu spot Alter is temporarily turning into “AlterQ Wine Shop and BBQ” from noon to 9pm. They’ll have a special take-out menu with ribs, brisket, a barbecue porchetta sandwich, and more. You can see their menu on Instagram and order by calling (305)-573-5996.
Stanzione 87 is available for delivery as usual on Uber Eats - but they’re also offering a DIY pizza takeout, which comes with dough, sauce, cheese, basil, and written instructions on how to make it all taste good.
Sanguich’s ventanita is open for takeout - or you can call them at (305)-539-0969 to place an order for the best Cuban sandwich in the world. They’re also accepting delivery orders on Uber Eats.
The very fancy Surf Club is doing a takeout deal on Mondays from 6-10pm. You can pick up a bucket of 5-10 piece fried chicken with buttermilk whipped potatoes and biscuits for $38-$62. Place an order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South Beach fried chicken spot Yardbird is now doing curbside pick up, takeout, and delivery - which you can order by calling (305)-538-5220 or visiting their website.
Fooq’s in Downtown is offering takeout and delivery through Uber Eats. They’ve also added a to-go lunch menu with customizable bowls with things like falafel and braised lamb. Their hours are 11:30am-9pm Tuesday-Sunday and if you call in to pick up you get 10% off your order (all to-go bottles of wine are also 30% off).
Lucali - which serves some of Miami’s best pizza - is available for pick up and delivery Monday-Thursday from noon to 10pm and Friday-Sunday noon to 11pm. You can call directly for pick up at (305)-695-4441 or order via Uber Eats.
The North Beach pasta spot is offering takeout from noon to 10pm daily. They’re serving two types of family meals that feed at least six and come with three courses: a protein with a side, pasta, and a salad for $99-$120.
Coral Gables’ Eating House is serving takeout DIY pasta kits you can make at home. They come with pasta, your sauce of choice, mixed greens, extra cheese, and “dirt cups” for dessert. They serve up to four people and you can place an order by calling (305)-448-6524.
Glass and Vine is offering a takeout menu and curbside service. Menu items include things like a cowboy ribeye, jamon serrano croquetas, and salads. Give them a call at (305)-200-5268 to place an order.
The Sunset Harbour seafood spot Stiltsville is doing lunch and dinner takeout. Call them at (786)-353-0477 to place an order for fish tacos for lunch or some fried chicken and coconut shrimp for dinner.
Pubbelly in South Beach is offering 10% off for all pick up deliveries. Just head to their website and use the promo code “Pick Up Your Pubbelly Love.”
Want to stress-eat an entire pie? We sure do. And if you’re like us, you can go get some very good desserts to-go at Fireman Derek’s - both at the Wynwood and Coconut Grove location. You can order online.
The Wynwood Chinese spot Palmar is offering pick up. Check out their online menu and place your order here.
Little Havana’s excellent seafood spot is still running takeout orders and offering 10% off if you pick up. Give them a call at (305)-642-3322 to get your pan con minuta fix.