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10 Restaurants With Takeout And/Or Delivery

By Luis R. Rigual | April 1, 2020 | Food & Drink

Eating at home doesn’t have to mean cooking and dish duty. These eateries do the work for you.

RWSBGrilledOctopuscopy.jpgGrilled octopus from RWSB

The Alley

The selections: Fresh pasta, pizzas, to-go beers and pre-batched cocktails. The Betsy South Beach, 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.673.0044, thebetsyhotel.com

AlterQ

Under the leadership of owner Brad Kilgore, the teams at Alter, Ember and Kaido have joined forces to create AlterQ, a pop-up delivery and curbside service featuring special dishes based on the aforementioned restaurants’ three menus. The selections: BLT burger, fried chicken sandwich, bahn mi, deviled egg salad sandwich and slow-cooked pulled pork sandwich. 223 NW 23rd St., Miami, 305.573.5996, alterq.speedetab.com

Blue Collar

The selections: Comfort food favorites such as potato latkes, veggie platter, dry-aged cheeseburger and the restaurant’s newest menu item, hot dogs with a variety of toppings. 6730 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305.756.0366, bluecollarmiami.com

Boia De

The selections: Available from the restaurant’s walk-up ventanita are crispy polenta and taglioni al nero, as well as sandwiches including fried chicken and BLT with Proper Sausages dub bacon. 5205 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305.967.8866, boiaderestaurant.com

Chug’s

The selections: The popular Cuban diner is now offering cantinas, which include white rice, black beans and a salad with choice of pollo a la plancha, chicken fricassee, mojo roast pork, and sweet potato, and are priced at $10 (one person) and $35 (three to four people). Also available for pick-up are fresh loaves of bread, a PB&J kit, and ventanita items like pastelitos, croquetas and Cuban coffee. 3444 Main Highway, Miami, 786.534.8722, chugsdiner.com

COYO Taco

The selections: Tacos to enjoy include pollo al carbon, carne asada, cochinita pibil, seared Gulf shrimp, cauliflower or mushrooms. Sauce choices are chipotle aioli, salsa fresca, roasted tomatillo and chipotle. Sides vary from pico de gallo and pickled onions to cotija cheese and cabbage citrus slaw. Meats, fish and vegetables are also available by the pound in addition to sides available by the quart or pint. Margarita gallons ($40) are also available. Locations in Brickell, Wynwood and Coral Gables, coyotaco.com

Drunken Dragon

The selections: Bao buns, all types of gyoza, Brussel sprouts, Kurobuta hot dogs, pork riblets, ramen noodles, salmon tacos, skirt steak and twice-friend chicken. 1424 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305.397.8556, drunkendragon.com

Eating House

The selections: Pasta (Pomodoro, al pesto, Bolognese and carbonara), braised pork calentado, half-pound classic cheeseburger, half-pound frita burger, grilled chicken pita, blackened shrimp sandwich, fried chicken and waffles and certified angus beef steak frites. Desserts include warm bread pudding and whipped Nutella mousse. 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305.448.6524, eatinghousemiami.com

Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

The selections: The popular dessert shop is offering all its sweets, including Oreo cheesecake and Key lime pie. Locations in Wynwood and Coconut Grove, firemandereks.com

RWSB

The selections: A limited amount of dishes from RWSB’s menu is available for take-out. That may include Brooklyn pie pizza, Florida catch, grilled octopus, hanger steak, lobster salad, ricotta ravioli and yellowtail crudo. W South Beach, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.938.3112, rwsbmiami.com



Photography by: courtesy of the restaurant