With restaurants only able to serve to-go and pick-up orders after the temporary city-wide shutdown due to the novel Coronavirus, restaurants are getting clever with their offerings and serving up the whole experience — right down to that vintage they are usually paired with. Here are 13 eateries across South Florida who are offering wines with their take out ordersRead More
Forget the Store — Head to These Restaurants For Great Wine To-Go
It’s time to wine down
Phuc Yea is offering wine to any guests that orders take-out or delivery via their website as they have in-house drivers, locals to snag wine bottles for $20 or cans for $8. Delivery through apps like like Grub Hub, Door Dash, and Postmates is also available.
Boia De offers a massive selection of wines at its new takeout only. From the budget friendly options to the special occasion vintages, there’s something for every wine drinker. Order here.
At this Buena Vista eatery, pick up your takeout in person and receive 15 percent off wines.
For those who pick up their food on-site, they can also grab a bottle of wine from Caja Caliente for 30 percent off.
Get 30 percent off your wine order when you opt for takeout from Fooqs, its staff will even guide you to the best choice if you are having a tough time choosing.
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What pairs best with homemade pasta? Well that’s wine of course. And all of Macchialina’s wine is priced at retail for to-go orders.
Alloy Bistro Gourmet
This Downtown Miami spot features 50 percent off its entire wine list for guests who pick up their meals from the restaurant between 5 to 9 p.m.
Stanzione 87 has one of the most interesting natural wine selections, and “natty” wine lovers can stock up on their favorite vintages while grabbing make-your-own pizzas kits.
Score 30 percent off bottles of wine at this Coconut Grove Spanish spot when ordering a takeout order.
Ariete’s impressive wine selection is on sale daily at discounted rate of 50-70 percent off. Pair that with 15 percent off a pick up order for one great night.
Ghee Downtown Dadeland
Ghee’s rotating wine selection offers a different variety of red and white wines daily, ranging from $20-40. Check out its Instagram profile for the daily selections.
Meraki In The Grove
Pair that Greek feast with a bottle of wine (or a few) which Meraki is offering up for 50 percent off retail only for takeout guests.
Shokudo By World Resources Cafe
This sushi neighborhood is offering half-off bottles of wine and sake for takeout, plus free delivery for any order over $50 and free delivery within a three-mile radius with a minimum $20 order.
Beaker & Gray
This Wynwood favorite is offering a selection of wines ranging from $30-50 to pair with its eclectic takeout menu.