The 8 Best Food Delivery Services in Miami
Tired of cooking? Sick at home? Refuse to pause your daylong binge of Love Is Blind? Whatever your reason may be, use one of Miami’s food delivery apps to get your fix of Michael Schwartz–caliber pizza, award-winning doughnuts from The Salty Donut or a bagel and smear from Bagel Cove—all from the comfort of your couch. Here are eight apps servicing the South Florida area with food, groceries, meds and beyond.
Chipotle, Steak & Shake and more—DoorDash is the food delivery king of inexpensive fast food. While we’re all for being healthy, sometimes we just need a plate (or a biodegradable cardboard box) filled with arroz con pollo from Pollo Tropical. Even better, DoorDash includes partnerships with some of Miami’s best local haunts, including Michael Schwartz’s Harry’s Pizzeria and Sergio’s restaurant.
2. Amazon Prime Now
Order the best of Amazon, plus fresh and on-demand household essentials, from cleaning supplies to groceries, from your closest Whole Foods. Don’t worry about delivery fees—Prime Now offers complimentary door-to-door service. Best of all, you can even request reduced, eco-friendly packaging.
Postmates is one of the largest and most popular food delivery apps servicing South Florida, with some of the best partnerships in the game. Think Panther Coffee, Three Palms Cuban Café, Bagel Cove, Vice City Bean, Half Moon Empanadas and Naked Taco. Plus, the app offers an unlimited free delivery option, which also includes access to specials, discounts and giveaways.
4. Delivery Dudes
Servicing all of South Florida—from Palm Beach to Miami—Delivery Dudes has partnered with restaurant greats like Anthony’s Coal-Fired Pizza and Shake Shack, as well as large-scale Miami supermarkets, including Milam’s.
Similar to other food delivery services, GrubHub works with a mix of national and local spots across South Florida. But if you’re on the hunt for Fireman Derek’s (honestly, who can resist those over-the-top pies?!), this is the app you’ll want to download.
Similar to Postmates, the UberEats app features one of the highest volumes of local Miami restaurants. From Ironside Kitchen and Pura Vida to The Salty Donut and Jimmy’s Diner, UberEats can satisfy the pickiest of diners.
Low on groceries? Cue Instacart. Publix, Aldi, Total Wine and even CVS are all partnered with the app, meaning you can order medications, frozen foods and your favorite rosé—all from the comfort of your couch.
If you’re craving a Target run, consider Shipt your next best option. Delivering pretty much anything you could ever need—from food and vitamins to home decor and clothes—Shipt services major retailers like Target and Costco, as well as Publix, Sur La Table, Winn-Dixie, Petco and even Office Depot.