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You can now experience these 10 Time Out Market Miami eateries at home

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil

It was a bittersweet moment when Time Out Market Miami announced it’d be closing its doors. We’re in total support of the market’s decision to temporarily shutter in order to practice safe social-distance. But we’re also bummed that we can’t go experience our favorite Miami restaurants in one place.

However, there is a bright side, people: several Time Out Market Miami eateries are offering takeout and delivery now. You'll have to visit the restaurants’ brick-and-mortars to enjoy them, but pick-up and delivery are available via the major apps, like Grub Hub, Postmates and Uber Eats. Need for inspo for your next meal? Look no further than these market hot spots.

Azucar Ice Cream Co.
Call up Little Havana’s adorable ice cream shop for curbside pick-up (305-381-0369) or log onto their website to order online and get your pints delivered safely to your home. Whether it’s your first time or your hundredth, go for the Abuela Maria. It’s the shop’s signature for a reason: gooey guava chunks, vanilla ice cream, globs of tangy cream cheese and crumbled Maria cookies are swirled together to make something wonderful.

Love Live Café
Stretch pants might be the wardrobe du jour for all of us working from home these days, but we’ll have to get back into regular pants eventually. Making the road back to health a little less arduous is plant-based café Love Life. Call up its Wynwood location (305-456-4148) to pick-up yummy vegan burgers and arepas to bring home (You'll get a free espresso while you wait!) or order online and get them delivered if moving just simply isn’t for you these days.

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Also in Wynwood but far less healthy is Kush—our burger mecca and the only restaurant on the list who will deliver a proper craft beer and a piping-hot order of fried gator bites right to your door. If it’s comfort food you’re seeking, this is the place to find it and they offer curbside pick-up and delivery. Call (305-576-4500) or place your order online.

Ms. Cheezious
It’s hard to have a bad day when you have a gooey grilled cheese sandwich from Ms. Cheezious to look forward to at dinner. Order one (and fries, natch) on the restaurant’s website or via phone (305-989-4019), pick it up curbside or have it delivered, and secure your next good mood. Basically, eating grilled cheese sandwiches is our quarantine hack.

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While his market eatery serves only pastries and coffee, Bachour’s Coral Gables location does it all—from desserts to breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you haven’t ventured there yet, now’s your shot to get your favorite dulce de leche croissants plus try some savory signatures like avocado toast and scrambled eggs with serrano ham. Customers may call the restaurant directly for pick-up (305-203-0552) or order online for delivery.

Eating House by Giorgio Rapicavoli
Do something nice for the person or people you’re quarantining with and bring home the Chopped winner’s delectable pastas to share. Eating House recently launched a family meal plan that feeds four and includes all the ingredients you need to make their signature pasta (think carbonara, pesto, bolognese) plus a side salad and mini dirt cups for dessert. The full Eating House menu is also available for delivery should you be craving something else. Orders can be placed online or by calling the restaurant (305-448-6524).

Coyo Taco
You’ve done it a million times before this whole coronavirus thing even started: wake up hungover, order Coyo Taco delivery and wait for your favorite burrito to work its magic on your tired soul. It’s business as usual for you and everyone else who’s craving Miami’s best tacos, which are available for pick-up or delivery in Coral Gables (786-629-7929), Wynwood (305-573-8229) and Brickell (786-773-3373).

Stubborn Seed by Jeremy Ford
The Top Chef winner’s South of Fifth restaurant is offering takeout and delivery options for the first time, so you’ll want to take advantage. Orders can be placed online or over the phone by calling 786-322-5211. We don’t know about you but we’ll be treating ourselves to Maine lobster pasta and truffle potatoes—plus Dallas Wynne’s gooey cookies—for as long as we can.

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While Leña remains closed, its sister restaurant, Ariete, is open for business and slinging all the classics. From fritas and chug burgers to the hearty pastrami-style short rib, order up over the phone (786-615-3747) for daily pick-up from 3 to 8pm. Also, do yourself a favor and add one of their batched cocktails to the list. You won’t be disappointed.

Pho Mo
The market’s sister restaurant in MiMo is fully committed to bringing you its pho, buns and assorted Vietnamese staples. They’ve also got batched cocktails to go, which you can buy in adorable containers at four for $30—a steal if you consider all the booze you’ve wasted re-making your at-home cocktails. Place your order (305-602-3710) and use or mention code Corona for 10-percent off your meal or DM them on Instagram if you work in the biz and get a bonus discount. How nice is that? 


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