Miami’s restaurants are officially closed for dine-in service, but so many awesome spots have already adapted with takeout and delivery menus. Even if you responsibly stocked up on supplies (unlike us, who somehow have way too much ketchup), you’re bound to get bored with your fridge eventually. So we made this Miami delivery and takeout directory to help you mix things up while still supporting local restaurants - whether you want a big night in, need something more affordable, or just want a vegetable.
When you want a big night in
If you’re like us, you spend at least four days a week wishing Lucali would deliver to your house. Well, that day has come. This incredible pizza is now available for pick up and delivery Monday-Thursday from noon-10pm and Friday-Sunday noon-11pm. You can call directly for pick up at (305) 695-4441 or order via Uber Eats. Just don’t be too loud on the phone because this might be one you want to keep from your roommates, who still haven’t paid you back for that jar of peanut butter.
This Wynwood tasting menu restaurant is normally a special occasion spot, but they’re pivoting to a to-go menu on Monday, March 23, that’ll be easier to transport via car. Temporarily changing their name to “AlterQ Wine Shop and BBQ,” they’ll be taking orders from noon-9pm. The special take-out menu includes ribs, brisket, a barbecue porchetta sandwich, and more things that sound a lot better than whatever you have in your fridge right now. You can see their menu on Instagram and order by calling (305) 573-5996.
The best barbecue in Miami is still available for takeout. Delivery details are still to be announced, but you can stop by Hometown in Allapattah to pick up enough meat to give your cat a heart attack. Get brisket, ribs, pulled pork, a lamb belly banh mi, and a lot more. Place your order online.
NIU Kitchen is one of Miami’s best restaurants and they’ll be offering takeout from 5-9pm until they’re able to open again. Their takeout menu includes baby back ribs, grilled ribeye, Spanish-style codfish rice with artichokes, a chocolate brownie with cream cheese flan, and a lot more that’s probably going to taste very, very good. All bottles of wine are also 30% off too. You can check out their selection and order online.
The best pasta in Miami could be on your kitchen counter right next to those novelty salt and pepper shakers your parents bought you if you take advantage of Macchialina’s takeout menu. The South Beach Italian restaurant is doing curb-side pick up for orders placed via phone at (305) 534-2124 and are also delivering through Uber Eats and Postmates. Whatever you order, add a bottle of wine to-go, which they’re selling at retail price.
Boia De is always a good call - and their new takeout meal sounds as delicious as we’d expect from the Little Haiti spot. Starting Thursday, March 19, they’ll be serving a takeout menu with things like a fried chicken sandwich (they used to serve this in their food truck days and it’s great), a BLT, and some original menu items like crispy polenta and tagliolini al nero. You can place an order online or by calling (305) 967-8866. You should also grab a bottle of wine at retail price because they’ve got a great selection.
Drinking cocktails and eating pasta at Downtown’s Jaguar Sun make us happy 100% of the time. You might have to supply the cocktails yourself, but you can still order some rolls, bucatini, and rigatoni here by emailing email@example.com (that system might change, so check on their Instagram page for updates). Just dim the lights, put on some modern alt playlist, squint, and it’ll almost be like you’re there.
If you want to go crazy with a spread of some of Miami’s best seafood, order from La Camaronera. Get the whole fried lobster, fried shrimp, the pan con minuta, stone crabs, and conch fritters. Then, in two weeks when you’re out of food, do it all again. Call (305)-642-3322 to order.
After a brief and temporary closure, MiMo’s Blue Collar is back with takeout and delivery, serving a slightly paired down menu that still luckily has some of our favorite things like their dry age cheeseburger, shrimp and grits, and latkes. You can also pick something from their very good veggie board or try one of their hot dogs, which aren’t normally on the regular menu. You can order online.
The Surf Club Restaurant
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. They also might be rolling out more takeout deals this week, so check their Instagram for the freshest intel - this might be your only chance to eat this food in your underwear. For now, place an order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call (305) 768-9440.
We love everything on Ariete’s menu, and their new takeout options sound great too. Pick up their awesome Chug burger, wings, fritas, arroz imperial, venison, and more. Call (786) 615-3747 to place an order - and make sure to get the charcuterie plate if you want this to be a slightly romantic night in and maybe even put on pants.
Ariete’s sister restaurant, Nave, is also offering a to-go menu. It all looks good, but we’re especially focused on the snapper milanese, which they’re now serving in sandwich form. The regular snapper milanese was one of the best things we’ve eaten in the (so far) dreadful year of 2020, so we can only imagine how it tastes as a sandwich. They’re also offering pizza, which you should order too. Call (786) 615-3747 to place a takeout order.
In addition to offering its regular menu for pick up and delivery (find them on Uber Eats) Taquiza is also selling DIY taco party kits that can feed four and should help you and your roommates find something to do other than fight over which true crime documentary to watch. They come with your choice of protein, tortillas, elote, quinoa salad, garnishes, hot sauce, and four non-alcoholic bottled beverages (which you can add tequila to once you get home). You can pick up the taco party kits at Taquiza’s Citadel location (8300 NE 2nd Ave) or get free delivery if you place your order before 5pm. You can order at their website.
South of Fifth’s Stubborn Seed is offering take out, in case you want to bust out the two plates you own without scratch marks and do some fine dining in you apartment. The menu doesn’t include everything you can normally order here, but you can still grab 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. Order online.
when You’ve Already Spent Too Much Money On Delivery Today
La Latina is a great Venezuelan spot in Midtown that also happens to be super affordable. All of their fantastic arepas are under $10 and the bigger platters aren’t much more. Order through their website.
Little Haiti’s B&M Market is usually mostly a takeout spot - and they’re still accepting orders as usual. Stop by for some of Miami’s best jerk chicken wrapped in a roti you’ll want to write a poem about. Call them at (305) 757-2889 to place an order.
We could all use a frita or five right about now. Luckily our favorite one in town, El Rey De Las Fritas, is doing takeout and delivery. Call their Calle Ocho restaurant at (305) 644-6054 to place an order.
We know we put Taquiza’s DIY taco party kit under “Big Night In” but their regular menu is still a solid choice for an affordable takeout option. You can pick up or get delivery on Uber Eats, which means you can watch a movie while eating their ridiculously good totopos and some of our favorite tacos in Miami. Give them a call to place an order at (305) 203-2197 (South Beach location) and (786) 588-4755 (North Beach location).
The Little Haiti chicken spot Sixty10 is accepting takeout orders and doing delivery via Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub, and Doordash. In addition to the normal rotisserie chicken options, they’re also running a $10 special while supplies last. You can pick from four dishes that cost $10, including jerk chicken with rice, beans, and plantains, and a quarter rotisserie with one side.
Chug’s is offering a couple of 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.
Just about all of Ms. Cheezious’ grilled cheese sandwiches are under $10 - and even if you have decades of practice, they’re still probably better than the ones you make at home. You can order for pick up or delivery online.
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 - and they’re also delivering beer and frozen margaritas (just have that ID ready when they come).
The MiMo hotdog spot is open and serving takeout dogs. Call them at (305)-759-3433 to place a pick up order.
Hit up Buon Pane Italiano for some very good Italian things like pizza, calzones, fresh bread, and more very tasty things that are a lot cheaper than 99% of the offerings in South Beach.
When You Really Just Need Some Vegetables
This plant-based Wynwood spot is doing takeout and delivery every day from 11am-9pm. Order on their website or call (305) 456-4148 to get a big bowl of green things that’ll make you feel better about the fact that your gym is closed.
Midtown vegan spot Thatch is offering delivery through Doordash and Uber Eats and will be posting a new takeout menu this week that’s guaranteed to be a little healthier than the Easy Mac in your pantry that you’re 80 %sure is expired.
Downtown’s Manna Life Food is one of our favorite spots in town to drink a smoothie that makes us feel like a better person. They’re now offering curbside pick up and are also delivering via Postmates, Grubhub, and Uber Eats. Call (786) 717-5060 to place an order.
We usually stop by Smart Bites To Go to eat outside, but while that’s temporarily not an option, you can still order from the Allapattah spot. They’re also offering family-style meals that can feed four people and include vegan/vegetarian options. Call (305) 894-6325 to place an order.
WHEN YOU WANT A BIG, FAMILY-STYLE MEAL
Taquiza is selling DIY taco party kits that can feed four and should help you and your roommates find something to do other than fight over which true crime documentary to watch. They come with your choice of protein, tortillas, elote, quinoa salad, garnishes, hot sauce, and beverages. You can pick it up at Taquiza’s Citadel location (8300 NE 2nd Ave) or get free delivery if you place your order before 5pm. Order at their website.
South Beach’s Yardbird is offering an $82 family meal that feeds six and comes with 24 pieces of their very good fried chicken, mac and cheese, biscuits, and bottle of wine. You can order online for delivery or takeout.
Cafe Prima Pasta
The North Beach pasta spot is offering takeout from 12-10pm 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. Call them at (305) 867-0106 to place an order.
Little Havana’s Versailles has a bunch of family meal options - from ropa vieja to arroz con pollo for five.
Whiskey Joe’s and its sister property, Rusty Pelican, are doing a to-go menu that includes a couple family platters - one appetizer platter and a roast pork family platter. Check it out online or call them at (305) 423-6590.
Bartaco in Aventura is selling a family taco pack that feeds four for $35. Place an order by calling (305) 614-8226.
When You Don't Feel Like Making Breakfast
This Downtown cafe is still offering takeout and delivery of its breakfast menu (the french toast is great and so is anything in sandwich form) and coffee, which also comes in growlers in case you want to load up on cold brew. They’ve got an online store where you can shop everything they have, including some grocery items like local eggs, meat, and produce.
MiMo’s El Bagel has switched to contactless takeout. They’ve opened up a temporary online store, where you can place an order for any of their outstanding bagel sandwiches as well other things like juice, beer, and wine. They’ll text you when it’s ready to pick up.
The Daily Creative Food Co.
The Edgewater breakfast spot is offering takeout and delivery on Uber Eats. They’ve got a bunch of breakfast sandwiches you can order by calling (305)-573-4535
Breakfast at Zak the Baker can still be a thing if you order from their website. Pickup and delivery is available - and you should probably get an extra loaf of bread to stick in the freezer.
Did you wake up craving eggs and Cuban toast? Pastelitos? Or maybe a breakfast sandwich with Taylor ham and papitas? Then order from Chug’s in Coconut Grove through Uber Eats or by calling (786)-534-8722. They’ve also opened a little bodega inside, for small groceries, produce, and beer.
Downtown’s Egg Spot is a good option for breakfast sandwiches involving eggs. They’re as big as a burger and will definitely fill you up in the morning. Check out the selection and order online.
South Beach’s Big Pink is delivering via Uber Eats. Give them a call if you want something fried, greasy, or both.
Toasted Bagelry’s Brickell and Coral Gables locations are both accepting takeout and delivery orders via the major apps. Check out their online menu or call the Brickell location at (305)-400-6996 and the Gables one at (786)-502-8049.