Miami Delivery and Takeout Deals This Weekend, May 22 Through May 25, 2020


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Although South Florida is slowly opening up again, restaurants and bars are still finding ways to serve and connect with the community through contactless delivery, virtual hangouts, and pick-up specials.

This weekend, enjoy the Salty Donut’s “Croughnut” limited-edition rum cake, grab beer from Concrete Beach Brewery and order a barbecue to commemorate Memorial Day weekend. In addition, the cake sale of SOBEWFF founder Lee Schrager returns with the Naughty Fork.

Concrete Beach is now offering beer for pickup.EXPAND

Concrete Beach is now offering beer for pickup.

Photo courtesy Concrete Beach Brewery

Take-away beer at Concrete Beach Brewery

The Wynwood-based brewery has started a beer pickup every Thursday through Sunday. Customers can pre-order by visiting the brewery’s e-store and either pick it up immediately or schedule a specific time. The website only allows 15-minute pick-up steps to avoid multiple pick-ups at the same time. All beer orders must be placed through the online system and goods can also be sold through the e-store. The Havana Lager, Sola IPA, Coastal Clara and Rosé Ale (from USD 11) are currently available. Pickup Thursday through Sunday 2pm to 7pm from Concrete Beach Brewery, 325 NW 24th St., Miami;

Ribs from Hometown BBQ.

Ribs from Hometown BBQ.

Photo by Daniel Krieger

Memorial Day Barbecue Specials

The coronavirus pandemic could cause the days to mix and the inability to spend time on Miami’s beaches may make us less festive than usual, but Memorial Day Weekend is drawing near, marking the unofficial start of summer and with it the BBQ season. And we can still honor the sacrifices of our military personnel, connect with loved ones, and enjoy the comfort foods of our choice in our own homes or outdoors while observing social precautions. Here are some of Miami’s best BBQs open for takeaway, delivery, catering, and in some cases, dining this weekend.

The limited rum cake of the Salty Donut EXPAND

The limited “Croughnut” rum cake from the Salty Donut.

Courtesy of the Salty Donut

Celebrate Salty South Miami’s first anniversary

Friday through Sunday, Salty is celebrating the one year anniversary of its South Miami business with the return of the Croughnut rum cake. Available in both salty locations in Wynwood and South Miami, the “Croughnut” features a 24-hour shift brioche that is filled with Havana Club rum pudding, rolled in cinnamon sugar, and crumbled with Valrhona Dulcey buttercream and homemade rum cake (5 US -Dollar). The treat is available for pick-up orders in both stores. Each store takes pre-orders at 8:00 p.m. the evening before. So if someone wants a pick-up order on Saturday, they can place the order from 8:00 p.m. on Friday. Friday May 22 through Sunday May 24 at Salty, 50 NW 23rd St., Miami; 305-925-8126; and 6022 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami; 786-409-4714;

Enjoy Phuc Yea's lobster take away.

Enjoy Phuc Yea’s lobster take away.

Photo courtesy Phuc Yea

Make your own Viet Cajun lobster cook at Phuc Yea

On Saturday night, Phuc Yea’s lobster will return to the menu for take away and delivery. The special includes two pounds of jumbo lobster, andouille sausage, corn, potatoes, garlic butter, Cajun seasoning, lemongrass satay, and stock to season and warm up ($ 55).

Available for orders between 4pm and 9pm on Saturday, May 23rd at Phuc Yea, 7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-602-3710;

Lee Schrager and his dogs Stanley and Charlie Brown - AKA the Browns - invite you to their home for a few cookies.

Lee Schrager and his dogs Stanley and Charlie Brown – AKA the Browns – invite you to their home for a few cookies.

Photo courtesy Lee Schrager

Bake sale by SOBEWFF founder Lee Schrager

Lee Schrager, founder of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, will continue his recurring Sunday cake sales event this weekend. Head to Schrager’s famous House on Hardee in Coral Gables between 11am and 2pm (or until there is nothing left). Lee is accompanied by Samantha Schnur from Naughty Fork, Gio Gutierrez from ChatChow TV and DJ Irie. Vendors include Night Owl Cookies, Green Gables Cafe, Honeybee Donuts, Empanada Harry’s, Hometown BBQ, Sweet Melody Crafted Ice Cream Co., and Pink Pie. Forno Italiano Pizzeria and Eating House have a Sunday dinner, while Tropical Chinese has a dim sum special. All items are priced at $ 25 (cash only; bring exact change). Schrager will publish the exact address of the pick-up point on his Instagram page @leeschrager on Saturday evening. All proceeds from cookie sales will go to the SOBEWFF & FIU Chaplin School Hospitality Industry Relief Fund, which has raised more than $ 1.6 million and provides independent support and operations to independent restaurants and bars in South Florida covered by the COVID -19 pandemic. Sunday, May 24th, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at House on Hardee. Follow @leeschrager on Instagram this Saturday, May 23rd for the address. Cash only; An exact change is required.

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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered Miami for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).

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