62 "Serious Take-Out Operation" restaurants in Miami.
El Balbiquiu is a great Puerto Rican barbecue spot in North Bay Village. It’s casual and just about everything is delicious.
Lutong Pinoy is a casual and colorful Filipino spot in North Miami Beach with a super extensive menu.
Manila Kantina is a Downtown Filipino spot where you can try as many things as you want for $12.
Aklan Philippine Buffet & Grocery is a great all-you-can-eat spot Downtown. Stop by for lunch, or any time you want to eat your weight in lumpia.
Botta is a casual walk-up window where you can get some really good Italian sandwiches.
Half Moon Empanadas is a casual walk-up window where you can order some really tasty, affordable empanadas.
Piononos is a busy Key Biscayne bakery that makes the best pavlova we've ever had the pleasure of eating.
Sweet Delights is a bakery in Homestead making our favorite key lime pies in Florida.
Piman Bouk Bakery is a cash-only Haitian bakery in Little Haiti serving up some great (and affordable) patties.
True Loaf is a great South Beach bakery where you can buy sandwiches or delicious sweet pastries.
Mary Ann Bakery is a small Chinese bakery in North Miami that makes a phenomenal pork bun, among other things.
Naz Roti Palace is a Trinidadian spot in Miramar with some of the largest roti in Miami.
LC's is a Trinidadian roti shop in Miami Gardens where you can get your roti filled with just about anything.
Sheiks Bakery in Pembroke Pines makes tremendous Guyanese-style roti.
Caribbean Delite in Palmetto Bay makes the best Trinidadian-style roti in Miami.