Guide to Miami's Best Pop Up Restaurants

What you should be eating & drinking right now


In times of COVID-19, Miami has welcomed some new pop up restaurants. We love the creativity that is being plated day in and day out. Truly makes us proud to call Miami home. We made this little guide for you so you can explore some of our favorite and honestly the best pop up concepts in town. Let us know what you think and dig in.


Address: 500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131
Neighborhood: Brickell
Cuisine: Thai
Date: Thursday, September 3 from 6 to 10 p.m
Details: We are excited to share that Chef Cake of Cake Thai will be popping up for one-night-only at La Mar by Gaston Acurio at Mandarin Oriental, Miami on Thursday, September 3 from 6 to 10 p.m. Join Chef Diego Oka as he celebrates Chef Cake’s contribution to the Miami food scene and gives us the opportunity to taste Cake’s signature flavors before he heads home to Thailand.
Book your table: HERE


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Address: 804 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Cuisine: Burgers
Hours: Tuesday through Friday from 12pm – 3:45pm
Book your table: HERE


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Address: 7357 NW Miami Ct, Miami, FL 33150
Neighborhood: Little River
Cuisine: American
Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 5 PM – 10 PM
Details: Lot 6 in Little River has been home to Jaguar Sun for a while now. It’s one of our favorite outdoor dining experiences and it recently transformed into Sonny’s Someday Steakhouse. The menu covers steakhouse classics (with a Jaguar Sun twist) like the shrimp cocktail with the best cocktail sauce you’ve ever tried. The sauce is a mix of Worcestershire sauce, lemon, fresh tomato sauce, ancho purée, and horseradish. If you ever went to the Downtown Jaguar Sun, you’ll be happy to know that they’re bringing their buttery Parker House rolls to Lot 6.  They’ve got the meats with their 70-Day NY Strip, aged Duroc Pork Chop, and Scotch-aged Tomahawk Ribeye. Don’t miss the wagyu beef tartare, the whole yellowtail snapper and ALL the sauces for your steak and fish. The most interesting award goes to the pineapple habanero hot sauce. The food here is incendiary and we’ll never stop talking about it.
Book your table: HERE


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Address: 1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: Pizza
Date: Every Friday from 3 pm to 10 pm until October
Details: Il Maestro Pizzaiolo has partnered with @nauti_beach_club, to create a reoccurring pop up each Friday at the pool deck of the Nautilus hotel by @arlohotels . They will be serving their best pies and drinks poolside. There will be limited availability of pizzas so make sure to RSVP and reserve your pies before they run out. Want to read more about Il Maestro Pizzaiolo, click HERE.
Book your table: HERE


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HYDEaway by Hyde Beach (CLOSED)

Address: 1701 Collins Ave Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: World
Hours: Friday | Saturday | Sunday. Dining Service from 11am – 5pm
Details: An al fresco pop-up dining experience featuring an all new menu inspired by fresh and local flavors. Indulge in signature dishes such as grilled Atlantic lobster, Spanish octopus, and crab & wagu rolls. Enjoy poolside dining with crafted cocktails & bottle service every Friday – Sunday.
Book your table: HERE


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Address: 87 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33133
Neighborhood: Brickell
Cuisine: Wood-fired TURKISH flatbreads
Hours: 6pm – 9pm Friday and Saturday
Details: Master of pizza dough Franco Stanzione has teamed up with Aussie Chef Aaron Brooks of the Edge Steakhouse inside of the Four Seasons in Brickell to bring us The Pide Place. For those that aren’t familiar, pides are flatbread pizzas, popular in Turkey, and baked in stone ovens. The menu includes wood-fired pide, dips, salads and sauces. Don’t skip the spiced lamb pide, sesame pide with brown butter and sea salt, hummus tahini, and the roasted carrot salad. Leave room for their fire pistachio baklava.
Takeout or Delivery: Pre-order by clicking on Friday and Saturday (time slot must be after 5:30 pm to unlock menu) HERE


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Address: 1 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: Miami Beach
Cuisine: Natural Wine with charcuterie boards and some nibble food
Hours: Wednesday and Sunday from 4 pm to 10 pm
Details: Margot Natural wine by Bar Lab has opened an outdoor natural wine pop up the concept on the sands of Nikki Beach Miami Beach, located in South of Fifth.  Built for safety, comfort and great vibes, Margot offers over 45 natural wines by the bottle and 10 by the glass, as well as a full casual food menu by Nikki Beach. Wines are available for take away and we also have exclusive offerings that are unavailable in stores. 4 guests maximum per table.
Book your table:  HERE
Takeout or Delivery: HERE


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Address: 20 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130
Neighborhood: Downtown
Cuisine: Mexican tacos
Hours: 5:00PM – 9:00PM
Details: El Primo Red Tacos, created by the Baja Restaurant Group, celebrates the authentic culinary flavors of street taquerias in Tijuana and brings them to Downtown Miami in a rendition where Birria Tacos are king.
Book your table:  Call  +1 305-570-3440
Takeout: HERE


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Pho vs. Ramen pop-up night at Phuc Yea (CLOSED)

Address: 7100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33138
Neighborhood: MiMo District
Cuisine: Ramen
Date: Sun, August 30, 2020. 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Details: Phuc Yea, is collaborating with Peacock Ramen and OORI Bake Shop to bring the community a Pho vs. Ramen pop-up night offering a 3-course menu.
Get your tickets: HERE


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Address: 439 NW 4th Ave, Miami, FL 33128
Neighborhood: Lummus Park
Cuisine: Soul Food
Hours: Thurs-Mon – 9AM-3PM for breakfast and lunch from 11AM – 3PM
Delivery:  HERE
Pickup: HERE
Details: Offering All day breakfast until 3 PM. The menu includes shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles, and their infamous Chicky sandwich with an aioli buffalo sauce.


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Address: 901 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130
Neighborhood: Brickell
Cuisine: Fish and chips
Hours: Wed – Sun (4pm until Sold Out)
Details: British Chef Justin Brown wanted to recreate the classic Fish and Chips he remembered from home. Remaining traditional using the highest quality produce available. Expect Local Wynwood Beer Battered Fish wrapped in Paper, Proper Homemade Chips using the best quality Idaho Potatoes, Sarsons Malt Vinegar, Homemade Sides & Classic Desserts at The Chippy Restaurant.
Takeout or Delivery: HERE


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Address: 43 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127
Neighborhood: Wynwood
Cuisine: Vietnamese
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 12pm to 10pm
Details:  Tam Tam is an elevated and chef-driven take on Vietnamese street food inspired by the cuisine from Chef Tam's hometown of Saigon. Chef Tam’s 1-800 Lucky new pop-up menu is a combination of these flavors and signature dishes made popular from his traveling underground supper club called Phamily Kitchen. The Tam Tam pop-up has joined 1-800 Lucky’s roster of popular food vendors but will only be available for guests for a limited time from August 1 st through August 31 st for dine-in on the food hall’s expansive outdoor terrace and for take-out.
Takeout: HERE 
Delivery: HERE


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Address: 18300 NE 2nd Ave
Neighborhood: Little River
Cuisine: Laotian
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday from 12pm to 8pm
Details: Lil Laos partners, Sakhone  Sayarath and Chef Curtis Rhodes, have moved to their permanent location in the Citadel to serve up their savory and soulful Laotian dishes for takeout and delivery until September 30 on Tuesday-Sunday from 12-8p. The Lil Laos Pop-Up menu at Fooq’s will offer a selection of traditional and Laotian fusion Street Snacks, Lao Laab Salads & Favorites, Large Plates and Xtras. New dishes include fan favorites like Lao Tapioca Balls (Sakoo),  Beef Jerky (Siin Haeng) and Crispy Cod Fish (Tod Paa).
Takeout or Delivery: HERE


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Address:  8300 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33138
Neighborhood: Little River
Cuisine: American
Hours: Wednesday-Friday at 4 pm, Saturday-Sunday at 12 pm
Details: The takeover will showcase Beaker & Gray’s craft cocktail bar program with new rooftop tropical desert vibes. You can look forward to fresh ingredients, house-made products, and rotating frozen cocktails. Cocktails will focus on refreshing options such as “Bomb-Bae” with Bombay Sapphire gin.  Guests can enjoy a full dining experience on the rooftop curated by 8 of Miami’s top innovative kitchens.
Rooftop Reservations:  HERE


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Address: 1100 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127
Neighborhood: Allappatah
Cuisine: Basque
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m
Details: LEKU’s eclectic Basque menu includes dishes like the Seafood Salpicon with tomato emulsion and Croquetas with 5J Ham. Prepared seafood dishes will include Sea Bass with Hollandaise and Arugula Gelée; and Soupy Rice with Clams. Meats will feature specialties like Slow-Roasted Beef Cheeks in Rioja Wine with Boniato in Textures and Presa Iberica (from an American Farm) with garbanzo wheat and light cream of garlic.
Book your table:  HERE


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Address: 210 NE 18th St, Miami, FL 33132
Neighborhood: Downtown
Cuisine: Italian
Hours: 5pm-10pm
Book your table: Call (305) 374-4635
Details:  In times of COVID, Mignonette launched its new pop-up concept, Red Sauce, serving all your favorite Italian American classics for takeout or delivery through UberEats. Red Sauce is open for delivery and takeout from Wednesday to Sunday 5 pm-10 pm. Menu highlights include the eggplant parm, garlic bread, veal Francaise and more. Check out the menu HERE.
Delivery: HERE
Takeout: HERE


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Address: 3540 Main Hwy, Miami, FL 33133
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Cuisine: Seafood
Hours: Friday’s and Saturday’s from 5pm-10pm | Sunday’s from 12pm – 10pm
Details: A seafood & pasta concept brought to you by Chefs Michael Beltran and Chef Justin Flit. Menu highlights include the Lobster roll on a brioche bun with a meyer lemon aioli and the fish dip with smoked trout roe.
Book your table:  Call +1 786-615-3747
Takeout: Call +1 786-615-3747


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Address: 151 NE 41st St STE 217, Miami, FL 33137
Neighborhood: Design District
Cuisine: Pizza
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 6 PM – 10 PM
Details: Pre-orders will be available for pick-up from Tuesday-Sunday for Miami’s most sought out naturally leavened pizza. Our favorite is the Shroomz but we’ll also be getting some polenta crusted chicken wings, deez knots which is their version of garlic rolls with a butter hollandaise sauce for dipping. They also have a great selection of natural wines because what is pizza without a little vino.
Online Pre-orders  slots open on Wednesday at 1 PM: HERE


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