Need an adult beverage during this time of isolation? Get your favorite wine or beer delivered to your door.
Local restaurants are staying open and serving customers in this time of need through takeout and delivery. Along with their menu favorites for you to enjoy at home, they’re adding beer, wine and cocktails to their to-go offerings.
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Local liquor shops also are offering delivery. And, of course, there are always delivery apps like Uber Eats and Instacart.
- 800 Degrees in Aventura: All wine bottles are 30 percent off with food purchase.
- Taquiza: Offerings include classic margaritas, sangria (passion fruit and hibiscus) and bottles of booze. The eatery has a location in Miami and two in Miami Beach.
- Bodega Taqueria y Tequila: A “Virtual Happy Hour” takes place from 4-6 p.m. every day. Modelo or Corona beers cost $3 each. Locations: South Beach, Miami Design District and Fort Lauderdale.
- Ball & Chain in Little Havana: 50 percent off beverage orders.
- Bar Nancy in Little Havana: Half-off all drinks during Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m. every day.
- Eating House in Coral Gables: $20 Tang Mimosa kits available.
- Bartaco in Aventura: Beers start at $1.50 and wine bottles at $17. All alcoholic beverages must be purchased with a minimum order of one food item.
- Lokal in Coconut Grove: Selling wine bottles and beer.
- Alter in Wynwood: Serving up batches of their margarita, Bee’s Knees and Arnold Palmer cocktails with 12 to 16 servings.
- Bar Lab: The creative minds behind such popular spots as The Broken Shaker, The Anderson and 27 Restaurant are offering their popular cocktails for delivery. E-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org and order an at-home cocktail kit complete with four cocktail pouches yielding enough for two people. Cocktail kits are delivered on set delivery dates Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- Phuc Yea in Mimo District: A rotating list of specialty cocktails featured weekly, $30 per bottle serves four.
- Coyo Taco in Brickell, Wynwood and Coral Gables: Offering their signature margaritas by the gallon for $39.99, bottles of Don Julio Blanco or Ilegal Mezcal Joven for $40 available for takeout or delivery from 11 a.m. to midnight.
- The Alley in Miami Beach: Serving up pre-batched cocktails from their menu.
- SuViche: Half-off on bottles of beer, wine and sake. Order through the Japanese/Peruvian chain’s site or the app. Click here for a list of locations.
- Grails Sports Bar & Grill in Wynwood: Serving several of their popular cocktails for curbside pick up, call 786-870-4313.
- Pink Taco Miami on Miami Beach: Their full bar menu including pitchers of margaritas are available for take out and delivery.
- Ariete in Coconut Grove: Cocktails, wine and beer to go with two rotating cocktails offered daily.
- Finka Table & Tap in West Miami: Call 305-227-8818 to learn the daily cocktails.
ONLINE WINE STORES
- 305 Wines Miami: Wines from around the world, sake and accessories. Free delivery. Email email@example.com or call 305-842-6769.
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These delivery apps have comprehensive lists of wine and liquor stores with delivery in South Florida:
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