There’s only one place you can drink right now: Your home. But if you’re anything like us, the only drinks in your apartment include pickle juice, several airplane bottles of tequila, and some peach Schnapps whose origin story is unknown. So here are some places where you can stock up on beer and wine.
If you’re looking for cocktails, we’ve got a guide for that too.
Lagniappe is open for takeout and offering 20% off wine and beer. Give them a call at (305) 576-0108 to see what they have and place an order. Don’t forget to ask about the fried chicken special too.
The Bird Road brewery is open for takeout. You can order their beer online. They’ve got 32-ounce crowlers and also some non-beer things like gloves and toilet paper.
The Bird Road brewery Unseen Creatures is taking pick-up beer orders. Check out the selection online.
This Little River wine shop has a good selection of bottles and a lot of natural wines. They only allow one person in the store at a time, and they will pick out whatever wines you’re looking for. You can also call the store ahead of time at (786) 212-3867.
Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe in Coral Gables has a solid selection of wines from small producers - and plenty of natural, biodynamic, and low-intervention wines. They’re offering contactless pick up, so give them a call at (305) 445-4567 to see what they have.
You can browse most of Abaco’s selection on their website and order for delivery. They’ll deliver almost anywhere in the Miami-Dade area and up to Fort Lauderdale. Delivery fee will depend on distance and how much you order. If you give them a call at (786) 409-5286 or email email@example.com, they’ll walk you through their full selection and help you pick something out.
Little Havana’s Union Beer Store is taking pickup orders of beer and also running deliveries themselves. Call them at (786)-313-3919 to see what they’ve got and to place an order.
Wynwood Brewing is doing curbside pick up. Jut order online, drive to Wynwood, and go grab your beer.
Wynwood’s Boxelder is taking pick-up orders - and they’ve got one of the best beer selections in town. Place an order on their website.
NIU Kitchen is selling bottles of wine - and they’ve got a fantastic selection, especially if you’re into natural wine. See what they have and place an order online.
You can grab a bottle of wine for as low as $20. They’re also selling cans of wine for $8 and beer. Call (305)-602-3710 or order online.
Wynwood brewery Veza Sur is taking pick up orders. See what they have and order online, and you can schedule your pickup for whenever.
Ariete is selling bottles of wine and beer online.
Boia De is selling to-go wine. They’ve got one of our favorite lists in town, full of funky wines that make us go, “Ooooh,” in a good way. Order online.
Macchialina is selling bottles of wine you can bring home for dinner - and they’ve got enough for you to take home a 12-pack if you’re really trying to hunker down. Call (305) 534-2124 or order online.
Bottles of wine at Fooq’s are discounted, which is a deal you should really take advantage of. Call (786) 536-2749 to place an order - or see what they have online.
Caja Caliente is offering 30% off all wines, but the deal is for takeout only - not delivery. Call (786)-431-1947 to order from the Gables location.
Both Meraki’s Downtown location and their new Coconut Grove spot are offering up to 50% off beer and wine. They’ve got some organic and biodynamic options, and bottles start as low as $19. Call (786) 773-1535 to order from the Downtown location and (786) 254-7079 to order from the Grove.
Little Haiti’s Fiorito are accepting takeout orders through a makeshift ventanita, and they’ve got plenty of wine for sale. For orders of $50 and up, you’ll get a free bottle of malbec. Call them at (305)-754-2899 to place an order or look for them on Postmates and Doordash.
Stanzione 87′s great stash of natural wine is available for takeout and delivery. Order online or give them a call at (786)-360-1852.