Order More UberEATS in Miami
There’s no other city like Miami, with its mix of cultures, super fresh seafood, and the fantastic restaurants those things produce together. But it can be really hard to tear yourself away from the beach or an Art Deco pool to make a reservation. With UberEATS, you don’t have to—just order on your phone and keep lounging while the best food Miami has to offer rushes to you. Here are just a few of the spots you can try out with UberEATS:
Eating out doesn’t have to be a greasy, guilty experience. With UberEATS, Carrot Express helps you stay healthy—even when you opt to order takeout. For refreshment, there’s the fresh juices, like the B-52 (with carrot, celery, beet, ginger, and cucumber) and the Green Dream (kale, spinach, pineapple, and green apple), and tropical fruit smoothies. If you’re craving something more substantial, check out the platters with pesto chicken, citrus-marinated mahi-mahi, or baked tofu, all served with avocado and cilantro brown rice. But for an even more cleansing meal, try the Steven Vegan, with coconut veggie patty, or the Acai Fruit Bowl topped with roasted almond granola.
If you aren’t familiar with poke, you should be. The Hawaiian favorite is basically a raw fish salad, served with vegetables, soy sauce, and toppings like sesame seeds and seaweed. Poké 305 offers signature bowls like the Koa, made with tuna, daikon, tangerine, and kale chips with a cilantro and yuzu sauce, or the ‘Aki ‘Aki, with whitefish, corn, jalapeño, and sweet potato chips. If you’re not in a seafood mood, there’s the chicken-based Laki, which comes with kimchi, pineapple, and nori topped with Korean BBQ sauce. And Poké 305 also gives you the option to build your own poke bowl or poke burrito—so you can have your favorite combo delivered to you in no time.
Moshi Moshi brings innovative seafood dishes right to your door. This Japanese joint has an array of fresh takes classic dishes, like their Crunchy Krab Ceviche, with cucumber and avocado, and more adventurous ones made with octopus or conch. The signature Moshi Moshi Roll is a mouthful with salmon, tuna, spicy mayo, and tempura flakes, but the specialty rolls are also all a huge treat, like the deep-fried Hiro Roll with lobster, or the Anago Tempura Roll, made with cucumber, shiso leaf, custard egg, and topped with sea eel tempura. But this restaurant also has more unusual offerings, like Tako Yaki (fried octopus balls) and Hiyayakko, a tofu served with bonito (dried and smoked tuna flakes). Be sure to try the tiradito, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion that’s like a cross between ceviche and sashimi.
With an endless supply of Mexican restaurants in Miami, finding a standout that values freshness is a big win. Salsa Fiesta prepares classic favorites like tamales with their signature corn and roasted vegetable sauce, which UberEATS can bring to you. You’ll find staples like burritos (including the Mexicano with beans, corn, and cilantro cream) and tacos (like the Spicy Tangy with poblano, corn, and crushed chili salsa). You can also get more unusual dishes, like grilled corn with lime aioli and cojita cheese, or the Milanesa Torta, a savory sandwich with crispy chicken, chipotle beans, pickled onion and arugula. And no order would be complete without the Mayan Roll, chocolate-filled crispy tortillas topped with dulce de leche.
Doggi’s Arepa Bar
Street food is king at Doggi’s Arepa Bar. Take, for example, the arepa, which takes up most of their menu. Sandwich anything into a dense, semi-sweet corn cake, and you’ve got an arepa, whether the filling is as simple as gouda cheese (in the Queso Amarillo) and marinated skirt steak (the Churrasco) or as complex as shredded beef, black beans, and fried plantains (de Pabellon) or churrasco, tomato, and avocado (like the insanely popular Santa Barbara). While Doggi’s is famous for arepas and hot dogs, it’s also a standout for its other street food staple, the pepito, a sandwich topped with skirt steak. It’s the best way to get a taste of Venezuela anywhere.
Whether you’re a freshman or a senior headed back to campus this fall, one thing is certain—you’ll need to eat. And there is nothing worse than being limited to questionable cafeteria food or taking a chance on expired leftovers in the back of the fridge. The best news? UberEATS is expanding to 30+ major college campuses by the end of the year, from Penn State to LSU to Boise State. Since we want you to focus on what you love about college and not worry about your next meal, we’re predicting the 5 times you’ll need to order UberEATS this semester.
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