Booze might be one of the few things keeping people sane during this period of self-isolation. Now that we’re a few days into this, it might be time to replenish your stash. If you’re running low on supplies, there’s a better, more altruistic alternative than making a run to the liquor store.
A number of Miami restaurants and bars are now selling wine and beer and, in some cases, spirits, via delivery apps as well as curbside pick-up. A chilled bottle of Sancerre to go with your takeout order of pho? Perhaps an IPA to pair with your burger? These are the restaurants that will hook you up. (Regular rules apply: must be 21 years old to purchase and you better believe your Uber Eats driver will card you.)
Available with or without the purchase of food, the MIMO restaurant is selling $20 bottles and $8 cans of wine, which can be ordered via delivery apps or picked up curbside.
The Coconut Grove restaurant’s new takeout menu is extensive, and so are its booze offerings. Get as little as a can of domestic beer for $2.50 to as much as a liter of gin, plus a variety of high-end mixers to take home. They’re also clearing out their wine stash and selling very nice bottles for up to 70-percent off.
Also in the Grove, Latin American restaurant Jaguar is selling bottles of wine for 30-percent off and select beers for $15 when you buy four. Booze can be picked up or delivered.
What pairs well with Caja’s arroz con pollo? A bottle of wine, of course. Get it for 30-percent off when you opt for curbside pick-up.
Can’t go a day without a Veza beer? Order from the Wynwood brewery online, select your pick-up time, pull up and pop-up your trunk while you wait for someone to deposit the goods in your car for you. A 12-pack of its Spanish Lager is BOGO right now—so get on that!
Natural wine freaks, rejoice! The Little Haiti restaurant isn’t just selling small plates and sandwiches from its ventanita, but it’s also slinging bottles of its most popular natty varieties.
NIU Kitchen and Arson Miami’s wine director Karina Iglesias stocks incredible reds, whites and sparkling from around the world. Raid her stash every day from 5 to 9pm and get 30 percent off each bottle. Takeout only, folks.
We love their cocktails and now you can bring home their top-notch selection of wine and beer. Pro tip: Call up the Broken-Shaker–adjacent spot and place your pick-up order over the phone (786-476-7020) to receive 10-percent off.
The Wynwood restaurant is offering its full dinner menu for delivery and pickup. Opt for takeout, which is available from 4 to 10:30pm, for the opportunity to bring home a bottle of wine or a craft beer to enjoy with your meal.
Both the Coconut Grove and Downtown locations of the laidback Greek restaurant offer half-priced wines available for curbside pick-up. Choose from a variety of blends as well as Meraki's new collection of natural vinos, featuring 10 organic and biodynamic wines from Greece. Discounted bottles start at $19.
Get your takeout and delivery every day from noon to 9pm from Kush Hospitality's Wynwood and Coconut Grove restaurants, plus growlers of craft beer to pair with your order from.
The downtown restaurant is also offering sommelier pairings over the phone (How great is that?!) and 30 percent off a bottle when you add it to your pick-up order. We suggest calling ahead (786-536-2749).
Get your wood-fired pizza to go along with something to drink: The Coconut Grove pizzeria is selling wine by the bottle and six-packs of beer to-go.
Across the street from Farinelli, sister restaurant doles out fresh pasta and more bottles of wine and beer to-go.
Miss having your tacos with a cocktail? Order bottled Pico Picantes and Bodega Mules for $7. Wine and beer are also available for takeout and delivery.
The Coconut Grove watering hole, known for its extensive selection of craft beers on tap, is letting customers take those brews home. Stop by and get your draught beer in large, easy-to-carry containers to-go.
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