Mother’s Day 2020 Miami Restaurant Takeout and Delivery Guide
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This Sunday, May 10th, is Mother’s Day. The dining rooms at the South Florida restaurant are still closed, but you can honor that special woman in your life with the gift of a delicious meal.
From brunch to family-sized parties, these are the best takeaway specials for Mother’s Day in Miami. (Prices do not include taxes, shipping, or tips.)
Michelle Bernstein’s Mother’s Day menu offers a variety of starters, including fried salmon in the middle with pomegranate, capers, dill and brown butter. Gnocchi Carbonara with pancetta, peas and ham; and a vegetarian option from Za’atar with roasted cauliflower and tahini drizzle. Parker House rolls and sides with whipped potatoes and amandine with green beans and herb butter are included with every meal. For dessert, enjoy Michy’s rum-soaked raisins, chocolate, creme brulee, and brioche bread pudding ($ 115 for four). Add flower arrangements for $ 58. Order by Wednesday, May 6th, 3:00 p.m., delivery by Saturday, May 9th, 5:00 p.m. Delivery is free in Miami-Dade. For other counties an extra charge will be charged.
Cafe Prima Pasta offers two family-sized menus for Mother’s Day. Choose from a three-course meal with appetizers like chicken marsala, veal piccata, or lamb ragu with penne pomodoro ($ 120) or pasta dishes like lasagna, fiocchi rapera, or Italian fried rice ($ 99). Each meal has a choice of salad (mixed vegetables or Caesar), bread and butter, and a dessert. Delivery and take-away are possible on Sunday, May 10th from 12.00 to 9.30 p.m.
Rapera flakes from Cafe Prima Pasta.
Photo courtesy Cafe Prima Pasta
Treat your mother to a three-course menu with Italian specialties. Doma’s menu starts with an appetizer of burrata, parmigiano, parma ham and artisanal salami. followed by an appetizer of pasta Bolognese, spinach-ricotta-lasagna or cannelloni. The meal includes tiramisu for dessert ($ 30). A discounted wine list is available. Available for takeaway and delivery.
2200 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
The Dune offers a three-course meal with a butter salad, Maine lobster with boiled potatoes and corn on the cob, and strawberry shortcake. The menu is $ 45 per person. $ 160 for a group of four; and $ 240 for a group of six. Add in a bottle of sparkling rose for $ 20. Roadside delivery and collection are possible from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Chef Dewey Losasso’s family Mother’s Day package is a three-course, two-starter meal with options such as tuna tataki slices and non-dairy pumpkin and ginger soup. followed by a choice of three main courses (shrimp, scallop, lobster and pea risotto, filet mignon seared with porcini mushrooms or a roast half chicken with dried figs). As a side dish, choose between truffled mashed potatoes, quinoa, roasted heirloom carrots and beets, or sautéed green beans. Pick two desserts from a list that includes strawberry shortcake, green tea almond panna cotta, and a chocolate cake. The price is $ 39 per person; at least four people. (Add a handmade cookie jar with a $ 28 cookie decoration kit.) Order in advance for Mother’s Day delivery.
Morton is the steakhouse
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To celebrate Mother’s Day weekend, Morton’s is offering a steak and lobster dinner from Friday May 10th through Sunday May 12th. The meal consists of a 6-ounce filet mignon and a cold-water lobster tail, accompanied by Caesar salad, creamed spinach, and sour cream mashed potatoes. For dessert: lime pie ($ 59). A Chef’s Table household specialty home set that mom can make at home serves two ($ 109) or four ($ 199) and includes prepared sauces, butter, and bottled water. Available for takeaway and delivery.
Novecento offers a meal of roasted salmon, with a pear and gorgonzola salad, and roasted herb potatoes ($ 45 for four people). Add a bottle of white, red, or sparkling wine ($ 15) or upgrade to Veuve Clicquot ($ 60). Available for takeaway and delivery.
7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Mother’s Day menu starts with green papaya salad starters, beef empanadas with potatoes, yuca cheese bread with Chinese sausage butter and summer rolls. Entrée options include sancocho pho as well as salchipapa (think tater tots and sausage and you will be close). Every meal comes with croissant bread pudding and a bottle of sparkling wine, rosé, or homemade tropical mimosa mix (USD 105 for three to four people). Call ahead for takeaway or delivery.
2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The restaurant at W South Beach (RSWB) offers a Mother’s Day take away menu for $ 39 per person. Options include grilled Mediterranean squid, avocado toast with hard-boiled eggs, miso-glazed salmon with forbidden rice and sauteed broccolini, and slow-braised beef bourguignon with truffle mac and cheese and roasted Brussels sprouts. For dessert, choose between a fresh fruit tart and a chocolate pastiera napoletana. Available for takeaway and delivery.
Seven-course brunch gift box from Semilla.
Photo courtesy Semilla
Wake up your mother with a 7-course brunch gift box, the avocado toast and smoked salmon, a green salad, scrambled eggs with chives and vegetable tian, quinoa with tomatoes and cucumber, fried organic chicken and waffles with watermelon and honey, various simple and mini chocolate croissants with fresh fruit and berries, and strawberry shortcake (USD 92 for two). Orders must be placed by Friday, May 8th for takeaway and delivery.
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