Sextant is fully committed to helping our community and promoting public health during the coronavirus pandemic. Currently, because it's important to eat at home and practice social distancing, Miami restaurants are not offering dine-in service.
While it's fun to get creative in the kitchen, we often miss our favorite restaurants. Luckily, many Miami restaurants are still offering takeout, so you can enjoy great food at home.
Top Miami Takeout Restaurants
Miami, with its amazing variety of restaurants, has always been a foodie paradise. During the coronavirus outbreak, it helps to support local restaurants, even if we can’t visit them. Here are some of our favorite Miami takeout options.
Located on Miami’s Upper East Side, Phuc Yea is not your typical Vietnamese restaurant. They have their own style and the food is vibrant, bold, and layered. In addition to their house specialties, they offer an extensive selection of dishes deeply rooted in Vietnamese flavors fused with spicy Cajun flavor.
7100 Biscayne Blvd. Suite 100, Miami, FL 33138 (305) 602-3710
Alloy Bistro is a gourmet Mediteran restaurant in downtown Miami. The food is market fresh and they always use local ingredients. From tasty seafood pasta to fresh appetizers, Alloy has some of the best food in Miami.
Dutch food done right. Positioned in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, Le Chick was inspired by Rotisserie Amsterdam, a Dutch restaurant, known for its rotisserie chicken and burgers. Le Chick is famous for its crispy buttermilk fried chicken, Royale with Cheese hamburger, and a variety of healthy salads.
Macchialina, a special South Beach Italian spot, with handmade pasta and high-quality ingredients, is offering curbside pick up of their dinner menu as well as wines and spirits. For curbside pick up orders - call Tues-Sun between 4 pm-9 pm (305-534-2124) or order online. Delivery available through Uber Eats or Postmates.
820 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (305) 534-2124
Boia De, which used to only offer in house dining, is now open for pickup and takeout. Choose from a variety of classic Italian dishes including polenta, gnocchi, baked clams, and grilled octopus. This small restaurant hopes to offer delivery soon.
Obra Kitchen Table serves Latin American cuisine with international influences from Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, and Mexico. Co-owned by Carlos Garcia, an award-winning Venezuelan gastronomist, this unique spot on Brickell Bay offers fresh seafood, pasta, meats, and tasty desserts. Choose from the four-course or the six-course menu.
1331 Brickell Bay Drive, Miami, FL 33131 (305) 846-9363
Fooq’s Miami, located in downtown Miami's Arts & Entertainment District, serves "Feel Good Food.” Created by restaurateur David Foulquier, Fooq’s Miami brings a new definition to comfort food that ranges from French to Italian to Persian. The farm-to-table fare features international menu selections that change seasonally, a daily blue-plate special, and varying specials throughout the week. With its bright and airy interior, the modern vibe is calm and cool, evoking memories of home.