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Eater Miami Contributors’ Favorite Restaurants Offering Takeout and Delivery Right Now

Delivery stand-outs hand-picked by the Eater Miami team, updated for the novel coronavirus shutdown

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Pizza from Stanzione 87
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Curious where Eater contributors and editors are eating around town right now? Below are a few of the favorites that are offering takeout or delivery around Miami. This is by no means an exhaustive list — check the social media handles of and websites of your favorite restaurants as well — and details like menu items and delivery hours may change as these restaurants adapt to these new business models.

Also, always remember to tip well and call before using a delivery platform such as Postmates or UberEats, which comes with hefty fees for consumers and restaurants.

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Hillstone Restaurant at Bal Harbour

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Always on point with its diverse menu and the sushi rolls and burgers are quite tasty—opt for the veggie burger and forego the guilt of eating all the shoestring fries. Note: All locations are now offering local delivery as well as take-out. — Stacy Moya

The Surf Club Restaurant

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The Surf Club Restaurant inside the Four Seasons Surfside is crushing it with their curbside pickup Homestyle Cooking meals that change daily for $29 a person. Ex: Chopped Salad and Veggies as the first course, Short Rib Stroganoff with Mushroom & Pearl Onion Rice Pilaf, and Chocolate Chip Cookies for dessert. Or go big with a bucket of Thomas Keller’s famous Buttermilk Fried Chicken w/ Rosemary & Thyme Sprigs, Garlic Biscuits & sides like Creamed Spinach, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans Amandine or Maderia Glazed Mushrooms. Just place your orders in advance because they are selling out. — Giovanny Gutierrez

The Broken Shaker

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Did you know Bar Lab is offering their greatest cocktail hits as kits to make at home? Yes, That Thai Tea Old Fashioned or B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe can be imbibed as you wear your favorite PJ’s. You get individual cocktails pre-sealed in vacuum bags labeled with instructions and garnish so all you need is to add recommenced spirit and you’ll be #ShakingFromHome in no time. And best of all, al proceeds go to The Broken Shaker / Bar Lab’s GoFundMe Page. — Giovanny Gutierrez

Macchialina

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I love that Macchialina has created #MacchAtMyHouse pasta kits! There’s four different options from the menu: cacio e pepe, bolognese, pomodoro, and the famous cavatelli with baby meatballs. It’s so easy and only takes a few minutes to have some of the city’s best pasta in the comfort of your own home. — Amber Love Bond

NIU Kitchen

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A downtown favorite, Niu Kitchen, has transformed into a wine bodega. It’s tough to beat Spanish-style comfort food like the calamari and cod rice paired with Miami’s best wine lists curated by the incredible Karina Iglesias — all available to go. — Amber Love Bond

Stanzione 87

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Stanzione has a build-your-own pizza kit that is nearly foolproof. It provides everything one might need to prepare one of its popular pies including the dough, flour, and all the toppings, and step-by-step instructions that will make you a pizza pro in no time. Plus, its impressive selection of natural wines are also available to-go, making for a perfect night in. — Olee Fowler

Eating House Miami

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Their Wednesday pasta night was a highlight pre-COVID. They no longer have half off pasta and wine, but I’ll still happily pay the full price their creamy carbonara. — Nicky Valdes

El Carajo International Tapas & Wines

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I live right by El Carajo, and its front of the house cafe has been my go-to bodega for years. In these crazy times making a stop there to grab a creamy cafe con leche, guava pastelito, or one of its tasty well-priced sandwiches, is a nice slice of normalcy in otherwise turbulent days. — Olee Fowler

The Salty Donut South Miami

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Times are tough, so we’re all turning to our favorite comfort foods for—well, comfort. Salty Donut is still just as delicious as ever, plus their coffee and lemonade doesn’t hurt when in need of a buzz. — Nicky Valdes

Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar

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Aside from being my personal favorite, all menu items are available including sangria and wine bottles bringing some normalcy to this craziness. — Stacy Moya

Hillstone Restaurant at Bal Harbour

Always on point with its diverse menu and the sushi rolls and burgers are quite tasty—opt for the veggie burger and forego the guilt of eating all the shoestring fries. Note: All locations are now offering local delivery as well as take-out. — Stacy Moya

The Surf Club Restaurant

The Surf Club Restaurant inside the Four Seasons Surfside is crushing it with their curbside pickup Homestyle Cooking meals that change daily for $29 a person. Ex: Chopped Salad and Veggies as the first course, Short Rib Stroganoff with Mushroom & Pearl Onion Rice Pilaf, and Chocolate Chip Cookies for dessert. Or go big with a bucket of Thomas Keller’s famous Buttermilk Fried Chicken w/ Rosemary & Thyme Sprigs, Garlic Biscuits & sides like Creamed Spinach, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans Amandine or Maderia Glazed Mushrooms. Just place your orders in advance because they are selling out. — Giovanny Gutierrez

The Broken Shaker

Did you know Bar Lab is offering their greatest cocktail hits as kits to make at home? Yes, That Thai Tea Old Fashioned or B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe can be imbibed as you wear your favorite PJ’s. You get individual cocktails pre-sealed in vacuum bags labeled with instructions and garnish so all you need is to add recommenced spirit and you’ll be #ShakingFromHome in no time. And best of all, al proceeds go to The Broken Shaker / Bar Lab’s GoFundMe Page. — Giovanny Gutierrez

Macchialina

I love that Macchialina has created #MacchAtMyHouse pasta kits! There’s four different options from the menu: cacio e pepe, bolognese, pomodoro, and the famous cavatelli with baby meatballs. It’s so easy and only takes a few minutes to have some of the city’s best pasta in the comfort of your own home. — Amber Love Bond

NIU Kitchen

A downtown favorite, Niu Kitchen, has transformed into a wine bodega. It’s tough to beat Spanish-style comfort food like the calamari and cod rice paired with Miami’s best wine lists curated by the incredible Karina Iglesias — all available to go. — Amber Love Bond

Stanzione 87

Stanzione has a build-your-own pizza kit that is nearly foolproof. It provides everything one might need to prepare one of its popular pies including the dough, flour, and all the toppings, and step-by-step instructions that will make you a pizza pro in no time. Plus, its impressive selection of natural wines are also available to-go, making for a perfect night in. — Olee Fowler

Eating House Miami

Their Wednesday pasta night was a highlight pre-COVID. They no longer have half off pasta and wine, but I’ll still happily pay the full price their creamy carbonara. — Nicky Valdes

El Carajo International Tapas & Wines

I live right by El Carajo, and its front of the house cafe has been my go-to bodega for years. In these crazy times making a stop there to grab a creamy cafe con leche, guava pastelito, or one of its tasty well-priced sandwiches, is a nice slice of normalcy in otherwise turbulent days. — Olee Fowler

The Salty Donut South Miami

Times are tough, so we’re all turning to our favorite comfort foods for—well, comfort. Salty Donut is still just as delicious as ever, plus their coffee and lemonade doesn’t hurt when in need of a buzz. — Nicky Valdes

Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar

Aside from being my personal favorite, all menu items are available including sangria and wine bottles bringing some normalcy to this craziness. — Stacy Moya

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