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12 New Miami Restaurants Offering Takeout, Delivery, and Outdoor Dining

Where to find the best new spots in the Magic City

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has been less than an ideal time to debut a new restaurant in South Florida — but it can still be possible. Below are 11 notable new eateries in the Magic City that have opened their doors over the past few months.

Editor’s Note: A number of South Florida restaurants have resumed indoor and outdoor dining services. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for onsite dining, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Florida Health Department’s website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines. For those wanting to find the best takeout and dining options throughout Miami, please visit here.

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Frice Cream

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Local ice cream makers, Frice Cream have officially opened their first brick-and-mortar outpost inside The Citadel. The brand, which has been a restaurant and industry favorite for years, is now selling their ice cream by the scoop or by the pint to the masses. Flavors rotate frequently but expect options like funfetti cake batter, passion fruit almond brittle, chocolate peanut butter, and more, along with fun creations like grapefruit sorbet spritzers and chocolate chip “pizookie” topped with two scoops of ice cream.

Old Greg's Pizza

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This photogenic square pizza that became the viral sensation of quarantine is now available to the masses courtesy of its pop-up inside Kaido. While it’s ‘OG Roni’ pie is still the star of the menu, guests can also now munch on polenta crusted chicken wings; sourdough garlic knots with a garlic butter hollandaise; local greens salad filled with seasonal produce, and more. While the pizzas are pre-order only — and can sometimes could be booked up a month in advance — new pies go on sale every Wednesday at 1 p.m. The meals are takeout only, however sipping a frozen boozy slushie while one waits for their meal is encouraged. 

La Tiendita Taqueria

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While walk-up windows serving incredibly strong coffee are a dime a dozen in the Magic City, windows selling to-go margaritas are a different story — until now. Newcomer La Tiendita sells the frozen cocktail classic, that can be made spicy, low-calorie, or with mezcal, along with a variety of Mexican eats like tacos, quesadillas, flautas, burritos, and chilaquiles. Takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining are all available, with a daily happy hour running from 4 to 8 p.m.

Get a taste of Spain’s Basque country at Leku, the new chic on-site eatery at the Rubbell Museum. Open for lunch service only (for now) it offers an eclectic menu of dishes like porrusalda, a traditional Basque leek and potato soup, roasted beef cheeks in Rioja wine, creamy croquetas, and and Presa Iberica. 

100 x 35 Cocina con Raices

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Named after the measurements of the island of Puerto Rico: 100 miles wide x 35 miles height, this newcomer offers a menu of Puerto Rican dishes like mofongo, fried snapper, pork chops, bacalaitos (cod fritters), sorullitos de maiz (cornmeal fritters), and alcapurrias, alongside Caribbean-inspired cocktails. All available for takeout, delivery, or outdoor dining. 

Motek Mediterranean Cafe & Restaurant

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New York City chef Einat Admoney of Balaboosta and Taim has brought her acclaimed Israeli eats to South Florida. Her new counter-service eatery, Motek Cafe, features an array of Israeli and Mediterranean favorites like roasted eggplant tahini, shakshuka, chicken schnitzel, hummus bowls topped with a variety of toppings, along with spins on classic lunch dishes like the Jerusalem grilled cheese filled with Swiss cheese, roasted tomatoes, and olives. Available for takeout and delivery.

Over Under

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This long awaited bar and eatery that was 3.5 years in the making has made a quick pivot to quirky takeout spot and low-key outdoor hangout. The menu is concise yet flavorful with a much buzzed about burger that is akin to a high-end Big Mac, plenty of vegan options like aforementioned burger made with a vegan patty and vegan Jamaican patties, and boozy frozen cocktails. And every Sunday, it offers up a rotating family meal like buckets of fried chicken or vegan TV dinners, along with shucked-on-demand oysters. 

MK Takeaways

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Restaurant quality comfort food delivered right to the door is the idea behind MK Takeaway. A large assortment of hearty options are available like fried chicken sandwich, barbecue baby back ribs, broccoli rabe and sausage orecchiette, spinach dip, salmon burgers, and more are available on its rotating menu. When the meals are delivered diners finish the meal in their own homes, according to each dish’s specific preparation instructions. Diners can order direct or through third party apps like Postmastes and UberEats.

Coral House Italian Restaurant

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For those craving an Italian fix, the team behind Brickell mainstay Toscana Divino have debuted their latest creation: Coral House. Aptly located inside a space on Coral Way, it features a massive assortment of wood-fired pizzas in traditional, vegan, and gluten-free varieties, alongside Italian classics like decadent pastas, carpaccios, Caesar salad, and lasagna. All available for takeout, delivery, or outdoor dining on its expansive patio.

Majestic Portuguese Bakehouse

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While a trip to Portugal is out of the question this summer for most Americans, Miami diners can still get their hands on Portuguese favorites like pastéis de nata and pataniscas de bacalao at this Coral Way newcomer. With the focus is on baked goods, it also offers a variety of savory sandwiches filled with chicken, sausage, and tuna, along with soups and Miami favorites like key lime pie. Takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining are available. 

Kush Coconut Grove

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Seafood-focused eatery The Spillover got a refresh over quarantine and transformed into Kush Coconut Grove. The menu features a mix of “greatest hits” from both the Kush and Spillover menus like the chicken sandwich, Frito pie, chili burger, grouper reuben, prawn toast, and more. Its beer menu has expanded, along with a new happy hour featuring the with the return of Moose Juice, a classic from old school Grove favorite Mr. Moe’s, $5 and served in an oil can. Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining.

Mamey Miami

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Niven Patel’s tropical newcomer inside the Thesis Hotel offers the chef’s modern take on Caribbean cuisine with influences from Asia and Polynesia. Grab a drink on the rooftop terrace — created by the experts at Bar Lab — before heading downstairs to its outdoor patio to dine. Menu also available for takeout and delivery. 

Frice Cream

Local ice cream makers, Frice Cream have officially opened their first brick-and-mortar outpost inside The Citadel. The brand, which has been a restaurant and industry favorite for years, is now selling their ice cream by the scoop or by the pint to the masses. Flavors rotate frequently but expect options like funfetti cake batter, passion fruit almond brittle, chocolate peanut butter, and more, along with fun creations like grapefruit sorbet spritzers and chocolate chip “pizookie” topped with two scoops of ice cream.

Old Greg's Pizza

This photogenic square pizza that became the viral sensation of quarantine is now available to the masses courtesy of its pop-up inside Kaido. While it’s ‘OG Roni’ pie is still the star of the menu, guests can also now munch on polenta crusted chicken wings; sourdough garlic knots with a garlic butter hollandaise; local greens salad filled with seasonal produce, and more. While the pizzas are pre-order only — and can sometimes could be booked up a month in advance — new pies go on sale every Wednesday at 1 p.m. The meals are takeout only, however sipping a frozen boozy slushie while one waits for their meal is encouraged. 

La Tiendita Taqueria

While walk-up windows serving incredibly strong coffee are a dime a dozen in the Magic City, windows selling to-go margaritas are a different story — until now. Newcomer La Tiendita sells the frozen cocktail classic, that can be made spicy, low-calorie, or with mezcal, along with a variety of Mexican eats like tacos, quesadillas, flautas, burritos, and chilaquiles. Takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining are all available, with a daily happy hour running from 4 to 8 p.m.

Leku

Get a taste of Spain’s Basque country at Leku, the new chic on-site eatery at the Rubbell Museum. Open for lunch service only (for now) it offers an eclectic menu of dishes like porrusalda, a traditional Basque leek and potato soup, roasted beef cheeks in Rioja wine, creamy croquetas, and and Presa Iberica. 

100 x 35 Cocina con Raices

Named after the measurements of the island of Puerto Rico: 100 miles wide x 35 miles height, this newcomer offers a menu of Puerto Rican dishes like mofongo, fried snapper, pork chops, bacalaitos (cod fritters), sorullitos de maiz (cornmeal fritters), and alcapurrias, alongside Caribbean-inspired cocktails. All available for takeout, delivery, or outdoor dining. 

Motek Mediterranean Cafe & Restaurant

New York City chef Einat Admoney of Balaboosta and Taim has brought her acclaimed Israeli eats to South Florida. Her new counter-service eatery, Motek Cafe, features an array of Israeli and Mediterranean favorites like roasted eggplant tahini, shakshuka, chicken schnitzel, hummus bowls topped with a variety of toppings, along with spins on classic lunch dishes like the Jerusalem grilled cheese filled with Swiss cheese, roasted tomatoes, and olives. Available for takeout and delivery.

Over Under

This long awaited bar and eatery that was 3.5 years in the making has made a quick pivot to quirky takeout spot and low-key outdoor hangout. The menu is concise yet flavorful with a much buzzed about burger that is akin to a high-end Big Mac, plenty of vegan options like aforementioned burger made with a vegan patty and vegan Jamaican patties, and boozy frozen cocktails. And every Sunday, it offers up a rotating family meal like buckets of fried chicken or vegan TV dinners, along with shucked-on-demand oysters. 

MK Takeaways

Restaurant quality comfort food delivered right to the door is the idea behind MK Takeaway. A large assortment of hearty options are available like fried chicken sandwich, barbecue baby back ribs, broccoli rabe and sausage orecchiette, spinach dip, salmon burgers, and more are available on its rotating menu. When the meals are delivered diners finish the meal in their own homes, according to each dish’s specific preparation instructions. Diners can order direct or through third party apps like Postmastes and UberEats.

Coral House Italian Restaurant

For those craving an Italian fix, the team behind Brickell mainstay Toscana Divino have debuted their latest creation: Coral House. Aptly located inside a space on Coral Way, it features a massive assortment of wood-fired pizzas in traditional, vegan, and gluten-free varieties, alongside Italian classics like decadent pastas, carpaccios, Caesar salad, and lasagna. All available for takeout, delivery, or outdoor dining on its expansive patio.

Majestic Portuguese Bakehouse

While a trip to Portugal is out of the question this summer for most Americans, Miami diners can still get their hands on Portuguese favorites like pastéis de nata and pataniscas de bacalao at this Coral Way newcomer. With the focus is on baked goods, it also offers a variety of savory sandwiches filled with chicken, sausage, and tuna, along with soups and Miami favorites like key lime pie. Takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining are available. 

Kush Coconut Grove

Seafood-focused eatery The Spillover got a refresh over quarantine and transformed into Kush Coconut Grove. The menu features a mix of “greatest hits” from both the Kush and Spillover menus like the chicken sandwich, Frito pie, chili burger, grouper reuben, prawn toast, and more. Its beer menu has expanded, along with a new happy hour featuring the with the return of Moose Juice, a classic from old school Grove favorite Mr. Moe’s, $5 and served in an oil can. Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining.

Mamey Miami

Niven Patel’s tropical newcomer inside the Thesis Hotel offers the chef’s modern take on Caribbean cuisine with influences from Asia and Polynesia. Grab a drink on the rooftop terrace — created by the experts at Bar Lab — before heading downstairs to its outdoor patio to dine. Menu also available for takeout and delivery. 

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