Ryan PfefferMiami Editor
Ryan was born and raised in South Florida and, one time, when he was nine, a manatee surfaced two feet from his kayak and he thought he was going to die. Ever since he graduated from Florida State, he’s been making a living writing about Miami, which has led him to be in the same room as Rick Ross, Trina, and - ever since he joined The Infatuation - some truly magnificent sandwiches.
Miami restaurants that have permanently closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
You should really check out these places before they’re gone.
These Miami restaurants are offering their omakase to-go.
Omakai is a sushi restaurant in Wynwood that specializes in slightly more affordable omakase options.
11 Specialty Grocery Stores To Check Out When You’re Sick Of Publix
11 Specialty Grocery Stores To Check Out …
You’ll find frozen dumplings, caviar, and a lot more at these Miami grocery stores.
Oriental Bakery is a Middle Eastern market and restaurant on Coral Way.
Matryoshka is a Russian market and deli in Sunny Isles where you can shop for perogies or grab some Russian food for lunch.
Robert Is Here is a market in Homestead that sells great produce, homemade sauces, and excellent milkshakes.
Norman Brothers is a grocery store in South Miami that also serves deli sandwiches and milkshakes.
Marky’s is a gourmet market that serves caviar, seafood, and some deli sandwiches.
A running list of the reopened Miami restaurants where you can eat and drink outside.