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The Miami Cocktail Delivery & Takeout Guide

These Miami bars and restaurants have negronis, margaritas, and more cocktails to-go.

There’s only one place you can drink right now: your home. And while you could make your own cocktail, you might not want to if the only ingredients you have are oat milk and expired margarita mix. So here are some bars and restaurants offering cocktail delivery and takeout. Because even though you can’t visit these places, you can still show your support (and drink something great) by ordering from them.

If you’re looking for beer and wine, we’ve got a guide for that too.

The Spots

The Calle Ocho spot Cafe La Trova is back open with a huge online menu that includes some cocktail options. Their fantastic daiquiri is available in 64-ounce servings. Buy a couple and fill your bathtub, just in case.


The Downtown tiki bar Esotico is selling some of its very strong cocktails to-go. Place an order for takeout online and put on your best Hawaiian shirt when you get home.


KYU in Wynwood has takeout cocktail options. There are single-serving drinks like their Wynwood mule and also large format cocktails in case you want a martini big enough for the whole house to share. Order online.


The Butcher Shop in Wynwood has cocktails to-go, which you can order online. They have negronis, margaritas, and more options that come in individual pouches or 32-ounce portions.


You can check out Phuc Yea’s to-go cocktails right here. The MiMo spot has a spicy margarita and bottled Old Fashioneds that can serve up to five people each (or just yourself over the course of a slightly stressful week). They’ve also been running some Happy Hour deals recently, so keep an eye on their Instagram for specials.


Calle Ocho’s Ball & Chain is selling pre-batched cocktails and DIY kits you can use to make drinks at home, including their Calle Ocho Old Fashioned (which we miss dearly), mojito, and Miami Mule. Order online.


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Taquerias El Mexicano in Little Havana is selling to-go margaritas (both frozen and regular) as well as michelada six-packs. You can order online.


Grails and its sister bar Spanglish are selling a selection of cocktails to go. The Wynwood spots are offering basically their entire cocktail menu in single servings or 34-ounce bottles, which can pour about 10 drinks.


Finka is selling bottles of liquor to-go and also offering non-alcoholic cocktail mixes, which will work great if you already have booze at home. Call (305)-227-8818 or order online.


Taquiza’s North Beach location is selling a few different margarita variations, which you can also order in pitcher form. They have sangria too (also available by the pitcher) and bottles of liquor to-go. Browse the selection and order for takeout online.


If you need drinks for an upcoming Zoom brunch (which is a phrase we hope to retire very soon), Coyo Taco is a good choice. The taco spot is offering takeout from its Wynwood, Brickell, and Coral Gables location and options include half-gallon servings of margaritas and rosé sangria. Order here.


The South Beach taco spot Bodega has margaritas served frozen, on the rocks, or by the pitcher. There are also a few cocktail options in case you want to switch it up. Place an order online.


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