Do the words “What’s for dinner?” leave you scrambling for the perfect recipe or restaurant? Never fear: The multitude of delivery options in Miami these days gives rise to the “where” not “what” is for dinner tonight — without leaving your home. The city’s restaurants have made the process quick and simple through Uber Eats by offering a variety of uniquely Miami options for sharing family-style meals. From apps to shared plates to family-style meals, there’s something to order for every type of situation. The only downside: Though you can share, after your first bite, you might not want to.Read More
‘Where’ Do You Want for Dinner? 10 Ideas From Uber Eats in Miami
TAP 42 Miami
Tap 42 is a gastropub with five locations throughout South Florida. Although you can’t order the restaurant’s signature cocktails or one of the 42 craft beers from which the pub gets its name, you can order fresh fusion cuisine to satisfy any palate. You’ll be fighting your squad for the last flame-grilled chicken wing or the final scoop of guacamole while you binge-watch the latest Netflix phenomenon. Entrees range from Asian fusion bowls, fish, chicken, and steaks.
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World Famous House of Mac
If your family’s hungry and you don’t have time to cook, look no further than the aptly named World Famous House of Mac. This kid-pleasing restaurant has concocted 14 riffs on traditional mac and cheese, including five cheese truffle, jerk chicken, and lump crab. With so many choices, you can even create a mac and cheese party for a birthday celebration. If you aren’t feeling so cheesy, try the irresistible buttermilk fried chicken and waffles that will make you feel like a kid again.
Sparky's Roadside Barbecue
If your crew is too hungry to be filled by tiny tapas while you’re watching the big game, try a more substantial meal from one of Miami’s favorite barbecue spots. At Sparky’s Roadside BBQ, you can order ribs with a flavorful South Florida twist. In addition to loaded sandwiches and heaping portions of chicken, pork, beef, and fish, you can’t go wrong with some truly Southern starters, like Sparky’s fried pickles and corn nuggets. Keep plenty of ranch handy for dipping, and you’ll be ready for overtime.
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For a truly Miami experience, order some Cuban home cooking from Calle Ocho’s own La Carreta. With most dishes priced at $12 or less, you can order up a buffet of options to feed your whole family without making a mess in the kitchen. Start with an appetizer of Miami’s most popular finger food, the croquette, then call for some classic Cuban dishes like picadillo and ropa vieja. These stick-to-your-ribs entrees will fill up even the hungriest teenagers. Don’t forget a side of tostones — fried green plantains — to round out your meal with some starchy, satisfying crunch.
Order some pizzas from Stanzione 87’s wood-burning oven to keep your whole gang fed during game night. From the simple margherita pizza to the complex flavors of arugula and mushrooms, Stanzione 87 has it all. Far from being your run-of-the-mill pizza joint, Stanzione 87 offers gourmet toppings including speck, truffles, prosciutto, and burrata cheese. For dessert, snag a Nutella calzone to eat when you’re down to your last cards.
If you want fresh, seasonal food fast, place an order from this small Miami chain serving bowls, soups, salads, and breakfast items that are perfect for a post-workout meal with friends. With Uber Eats, you can stretch your tired muscles and unwind while the food comes to you. Choose from a selection of toast bites with artisanal toppings like beet and ricotta or avocado and sprouts. DIRT can even help vegetarians get their protein fix: They have a vegan burger that’s as thick and juicy as the real deal.
Pilo's Street Tacos
Is there anyone who doesn’t love tacos? Pilo’s Street Tacos offers pockets of handheld heaven that are perfect for outdoor fun like tailgating or a picnic. From traditional pork tacos to the chargrilled cactus in the El Nopalito, Pilo’s Street Tacos hits all the right notes. But Pilo’s doesn’t just serve tacos. They cook up all kinds of Mexican street food, including the perennial favorite, elote (corn on the cob that’s smothered in cotija cheese). And don’t forget to add some paletas, Mexican fruit popsicles that will put everything else in your freezer section to shame.
This Miami sushi pub is a little off the beaten path, but that won’t stop your sushi rolls from arriving fresh at your door thanks to Uber Eats. Sushi and sashimi make for the ideal finger food to share with friends. Order a wide selection so you can sample a little bit of everything. The butter crab roll, which contains warm clarified butter, is a house specialty. Pair your sushi selections with grilled entrees like the chicken yakitori or the more upscale miso black cod to bring the refined atmosphere of the sushi bar to your own dining room.
Cvi.che 105 is one of Miami’s most talked-about restaurants, so share the eatery’s popular Peruvian cuisine for a sophisticated date night in. With 15 renditions of ceviche and tiradito at your fingertips, you have plenty of options for dishes to share with your partner. If you aren’t feeling raw fish, try one of the mouth-watering hot dishes like the traditional beef dish lomo saltado and classic aji de gallina, shredded chicken smothered in yellow pepper cream sauce.
If you’re looking for lighter fare to take to the beach, check out Pura Vida, where you can order breakfast at any time of the day. Pura Vida’s organic acai bowls bring the best of Brazilian superfoods together with fresh fruit and granola. You can order eggs, breakfast sandwiches, avocado toast, and fresh-made juices, too. Pura Vida’s hummus and pita and their spiced Adashah tots are the best for sharing, so they’re fantastic picnic grub. You can also grab some protein-packed rice or quinoa bowls to keep you going all day. Add a bunch of healthy, fresh selections to your Uber Eats bag to share with your friends before hitting the sand.