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Want to find and support Black-owned eateries in our community? There’s no need to wait for dining rooms to reopen—from award-winning comfort food to Dwyane Wade’s favorite burger, here are nine of our favorite bites ready to be delivered and savored right now. (FYI: There are way more great spots in the city—local journalist Zachary Ferguson has compiled a list of more than 60 Black-owned restaurants in Miami that are definitely worth checking out). One more thing: Many third-party delivery apps take hefty commissions; consider picking up your food instead to put more money in local restaurants' pockets.

(And remember, putting our money where our mouth is just one small way to show support for the Black community right now—there are many others.)

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800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen
Photo courtesy of 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen

1. 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen

You know 800° Woodfired Kitchen as the Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem–owned spot with killer pizza and roasted cauliflower. Whether or not you live in the City of Excellence, whip out your phone to place an order for Haslem’s mouthwatering chicken wings and Wade’s savory burger ASAP.

2956 NE 199th St., Aventura; 305-902-4363 or 800degreesaventura.com

Balloo Restaurant
Photo courtesy of Balloo Restaurant

2. Balloo Restaurant

You know Timon Balloo as the knockout chef behind Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill and now he’s back with Balloo Restaurant. Think of it as something more intimate and heartfelt than Sugarcane, serving as an ode to the chef’s roots and the home cooking he grew up with. The best part? You can order this spread straight to your door.

19 SE Second Ave., Miami; 786-534-2768 or balloorestaurant.com

3. Bar One Miami Beach

Just because you may not be able to enjoy a cocktail on the water for the foreseeable future, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy food from this Miami lounge. We’re fans of the Cajun churrasco served with collard green chimichurri, bacon-wrapped jerk scallops, Bahamian mac ‘n cheese and sweet plantains drizzled with a rum reduction and coconut shavings. Yep, date night at home just got a serious upgrade.

520 West Ave., Miami; 305-763-8323 or baronemiamibeach.com

4. Tropical Conch

Known for serving one of Miami’s best conch salads, this food truck (which offers delivery) specializes in Caribbean fast food. Pair this salad with fried shrimp, flounder or conch fritters. You won’t be disappointed.

4500 NW 12th Ave., Miami; ubereats.com

World Famous House of Mac

5. World Famous House of Mac

Looking for Miami’s best mac ‘n cheese? World Famous House of Mac stays true to its name, offering extra-cheesy dishes paired with other comfort food staples, including chicken and waffles, and jerk salmon pasta. (Psst. Order the vegan, dairy-free mac ‘n cheese—it’s so good you won’t even notice the difference.)

Various locations; houseofmac.com

hammonds bakery black owned restaurants miami
Hammond’s Bakery

6. Hammond’s Bakery

Come for the patties (beef, chicken or vegetable) and stay for the pineapple upside down cake at this family-owned Caribbean bakery that's been dishing up deliciousness for over 40 years.

17847 NW 27th Ave., Miami Gardens; 305-624-9982or hammondspatties.com

7. House of Wings

There’s wings and then there’s Musaddiq “King of Poultry” Muhammad’s offerings of more than 60 flavors of chicken wings. Get ‘em on their own or paired with seasoned fries or savory yellow rice. Taking a break from fried food? No problem. Get your wings grilled instead.

1039 NW 3rd Ave., Miami; 305-371-6556 or houseofwingsmiami.com

8. Royal Castle

This no frills burger joint in West Little River is known for its sliders but we’re also fans of their all-day breakfast (hey, sometimes we get a hankering for pancakes at 7 p.m.). Available to order on Postmates, Ubereats and GrubHub.

2700 NW 79th St., Miami; 305-696-8241

9. KC Healthy Cooking

This North Miami spot has plenty of healthy offerings to satisfy the tastebuds including soups, salads, wraps and fresh squeezed juices. Try the melon carnival (cantaloupe, honeydew, pineapple and watermelon) for a seriously refreshing treat.

11900 Biscayne Blvd #103, North Miami;786-502-4193 or kocoyehcuisine.com

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