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Where to Order Takeout in Coconut Grove

Where to find the best food in the neighborhood

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Chug burger from Ariete
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While restaurant dining rooms are temporarily shuttered due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, there are still plenty of eateries offering takeout options every day of the week. Here are the best takeout options in Coconut Grove.

As always in these times, check the social media handles of and websites for details like menu items and delivery hours as they 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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Florida Avenue Hospitality

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This catering company has shifted to meal plans during the COVID-19 crisis. For $29 a day diners can get gourmet meals like matzo crusted flounder with tomato relish and shrimp caponata delivered to their door. Or, for those looking to shop basic pantry items head to its pantry pop-up for items like eggs and produce. Order here.

Bombay Darbar

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This Indian favorite is serving up its menu from noon to 9 p.m. daily. Skip its usually long wait and order up favorites like the butter chicken, naan, and lamb chop masala.

Sapore di Mare

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Sapore di Mare has shifted into an Italian market model selling items to create meals at home along with produce, pastas, breads, and more. A limited menu is also available.

Farinelli 1937

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This Italian mainstay in the Grove is offering a (somewhat) limited but it’s still filled with all the classics. Italian-leaning appetizers like fritto misto and polenta fritters, and heartier options like lasagna, branzino, and skirt steak are also available. Like any good Italian eatery, it also serves a variety of pizzas that can be cooked by the restaurant or packaged in a DIY kit for guests to prepare at home. 

Fill up on comfort food like Lokal’s signature burgers and sweet potato fries while eating at home. Or stock up at its 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.

Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

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Fireman Derek’s is open daily for takeout to satisfy that sweet tooth. Its decadent pies by the slice, cookies, and even whole pies are available. Want to send some to an out-of-state friend or relative? It is now on Goldbelly too. 

Casual Cuban diner Chug’s is serving up a limited menu with items like $10 cantinas filled with a choice of protein, rice, and salad and its popular burgers. It is also 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.

Glass & Vine

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While guests can’t soak in those park views at the moment, they can still dine on Glass & Vine’s food. Its takeout features all its favorites like the watermelon salad, sweet potato tater tots, steak frites, along with family meals meant to feed a group of four. 

Ariete and Nave

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These sister restaurants are cranking out all their favorites every afternoon from 3 to 8 p.m. The menu changes daily, so make sure to follow along on Instagram, but expect hearty pizzas, burgers, duck tamales, pastrami-style short rib, yucca bites, and more. 

Florida Avenue Hospitality

This catering company has shifted to meal plans during the COVID-19 crisis. For $29 a day diners can get gourmet meals like matzo crusted flounder with tomato relish and shrimp caponata delivered to their door. Or, for those looking to shop basic pantry items head to its pantry pop-up for items like eggs and produce. Order here.

Bombay Darbar

This Indian favorite is serving up its menu from noon to 9 p.m. daily. Skip its usually long wait and order up favorites like the butter chicken, naan, and lamb chop masala.

Sapore di Mare

Sapore di Mare has shifted into an Italian market model selling items to create meals at home along with produce, pastas, breads, and more. A limited menu is also available.

Farinelli 1937

This Italian mainstay in the Grove is offering a (somewhat) limited but it’s still filled with all the classics. Italian-leaning appetizers like fritto misto and polenta fritters, and heartier options like lasagna, branzino, and skirt steak are also available. Like any good Italian eatery, it also serves a variety of pizzas that can be cooked by the restaurant or packaged in a DIY kit for guests to prepare at home. 

LoKal

Fill up on comfort food like Lokal’s signature burgers and sweet potato fries while eating at home. Or stock up at its 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.

Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

Fireman Derek’s is open daily for takeout to satisfy that sweet tooth. Its decadent pies by the slice, cookies, and even whole pies are available. Want to send some to an out-of-state friend or relative? It is now on Goldbelly too. 

Chug's

Casual Cuban diner Chug’s is serving up a limited menu with items like $10 cantinas filled with a choice of protein, rice, and salad and its popular burgers. It is also 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.

Glass & Vine

While guests can’t soak in those park views at the moment, they can still dine on Glass & Vine’s food. Its takeout features all its favorites like the watermelon salad, sweet potato tater tots, steak frites, along with family meals meant to feed a group of four. 

Ariete and Nave

These sister restaurants are cranking out all their favorites every afternoon from 3 to 8 p.m. The menu changes daily, so make sure to follow along on Instagram, but expect hearty pizzas, burgers, duck tamales, pastrami-style short rib, yucca bites, and more. 

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