There’s pretty much one place you can drink right now: Your home. But if you’re anything like us, the only drinks in your apartment include pickle juice, several airplane bottles of tequila, and some peach Schnapps whose origin story is unknown. So here are some places where you can stock up on beer and wine.
If you’re looking for cocktails, we’ve got a guide for that too.
NIU Kitchen has transformed its space into a little natural wine shop, open Mon-Sat from 2-8pm. They’ve got a fantastic selection and are also great at helping you find something to fit your taste. You can order in advance online.
The Bird Road brewery Unseen Creatures is taking pick-up beer orders. Check out the selection online. They’ve got some really funky, sour varieties that we like a lot.
This Little River wine shop has a good selection of bottles and a lot of natural wines. They only allow one person in the store at a time, and they will help you pick out whatever wines you’re looking for. You can also call the store ahead of time if you know what you want at (786) 212-3867.
The Downtown bar Lost Boy has reopened as a liquor store. They’re open daily from 2pm-midnight. They’ve got liquor, beer, wine, and to-go cocktails. Stop by in person to check out the selection.
The Bird Road brewery is offering beer to-go. You can order online. They’ve got 32-ounce crowlers, four-packs, and also some non-beer things like frozen pork gyozas.
Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe in Coral Gables has a solid selection of wines from small producers - and plenty of natural, biodynamic, and low-intervention wines. They’re offering contactless pick up, so give them a call at (305) 445-4567 to see what they have.
Little Havana’s Union Beer Store is taking pickup orders of beer and also running deliveries themselves. Their menu is online. You can call them at (786)-313-3919 to see what they’ve got and place an order.
You can browse most of Abaco’s selection on their website and order for delivery. They’ll deliver almost anywhere in the Miami-Dade area and up to Fort Lauderdale. Delivery fee will depend on distance and how much you order. If you give them a call at (786) 409-5286 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, they’ll walk you through their full selection and help you pick something out.
Wynwood Brewing is doing curbside pick up and delivery within a ten-mile radius. If you happen to be outside that radius, order online, drive to Wynwood, and go grab your beer.
Wynwood’s Boxelder is taking pick-up orders - and they’ve got one of the best beer selections in town (as well as some wine). Place a to-go order on their website.
Wynwood brewery Veza Sur is taking pick up orders and also doing delivery. See what they have and order online. You can schedule your pickup for whenever.
Boia De is back open for dine-in but they’re still selling to-go wine as well. They’ve got one of our favorite lists in town, full of funky wines that make us go, “Ooooh,” in a good way. You can order online.