Best Miami Restaurant Delivery & Takeout

Indian food from Zaika served with candelight and of course, some wine

 

By Josie Gulliksen and Yours Truly

Many restaurants around town are responding to the dine-in restrictions by offering takeout and delivery, either through services like Uber Eats, Grub Hub, Postmates and others, or by using their own employees. Here’s a list of Karen’s favorites that are offering Miami restaurant delivery and takeout (she has been to all of them except Boia De which is on her “To Go” list) along with important information to know before you order.

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New Rooftop Bars For Your List

Next time you’re in the mood for a cocktail, instead of sitting indoors, why not re-think the venue and head up to the roof instead. Enjoy fresh breezes and Miami’s ever emerging skyline. Rooftop bars in Miami have become quite popular, and new ones well worth a visit have popped up around town, some with live entertainment. Take a look at the list below for our five new picks. And if you’re looking for a restaurant with a killer view, check out an earlier post below.
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A Day in Overtown: Where to Visit, Eat, Stay,and Entertain

Places to visit, where to eat, where to stay, entertainment, and the annual not to be missed event:  here’s your guide for a day exploring Overtown, one of Miami’s most historic areas. There’s no better neighborhood to find authentic soul food or experience an amateur night showcase that’s modeled after the historic Apollo Theater’s long-running one in New York City. And rivaling Wynwood’s famous street murals are those of the late artist Purvis Young, born in Overtown. The building façades and architecture harken back to the early 1900s when black performers played, ate and stayed here. A new B & B, too, a bargain at rates starting at $100 a night.
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