With long lines at the grocery stores who are enforcing social distancing and limited amounts of people at any given time. But with restaurants needing to close their dining rooms amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, many are shifting to grocery models in addition to selling their cuisine. Here are ten spots in Miami that allow guests to stock up on the everyday necessities.Read More
10 Miami Restaurants That Now Sell Groceries
Support local eateries while stocking up the fridge
Stock up on essentials like chicken stock, salad dressings, cheeses, eggs, flour, Fricecream, and more and Boia De’s to-go window.
Ghee Indian Kitchen
This Indian favorite setup up a small produce stand in front of its restaurant’s Kendall location every Tuesday to Saturday, selling produce grown at its owner’s Niven Patel’s own Homestead farm with a bevy of unique Florida fruit and vegetable offerings.
For those looking to get their fill on health foods head to vegetarian restaurant Thatch. There guests can fill up on raw manuka honey, fermented dijon, liquid turmeric, coconut jerky, vegan butter, and more.
Brad Kilgore has turned his Wynwood restaurant Alter into AlterQ, a special barbecue focused restaurant and market. Offering takeout and delivery, it boasts a full menu alongside a butcher shop, household items like eggs, flour, sugar, cooking oil, beer, wine, and liquor.
All Day features produce and dairy by some of Miami’s top farms like berries from the Berry People, lettuce from Michael Borek farms, along with Proper bacon, Florida orange juice, and more, all available for pick up or delivery. It’s cafe menu and coffee is also available for purchase.
Fooq’s has added a bazaar to its lineup, with take-home pasta kits, ready-to-grill kebabs, sides, spreads, dips, wines, and more, all ready to-go.
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Balan's Bar & Brasserie
Balan’s sells a huge assortment of groceries. From almond and oat milk, dairy, produce, breads, pastas, toilet papers, latex gloves, and meal kits, this Brickell spot has just about everything needed in-house. Orders must be placed by 4 p.m. for next day delivery. Order here.
Everything from local produce to paper products, proteins to dairy, is available at Threefold’s newly transformed eatery turned market. Guests are encouraged to order online before 8 p.m. for next day pick up. And if it doesn’t have something that is being looked for, shoot the restaurant and note and it’ll do its best to accommodate.
Lokal has set up a self-described bodega in the front of its restaurant with items like the much sought after toilet paper, a variety of craft beers, baked goods, march and more, in addition to its lunch and dinner menus. Plus, for everyone who orders $75 or more in takeout receives a complimentary bottle of wine.
Not only is Chug’s offering up a limited menu and $10 cantinas filled with a choice of protein, rice, and salad, but its is now selling groceries like produce, dry goods, paper products, wine, custom ice cream made by Devin Braddock, and more. Takeout and delivery is available. Orders can be placed by calling 786-534-8722.