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Food Delivery - Late arrival in Miami

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Hi;

 

We're flying in late Saturday night (9:30 PM) for our cruise on Sunday.  We're staying close to the airport but won't have a car and are thinking of ordering food using one of the 'food delivery service'.

 

Have you had any experience with either Grubhub, Skipthedishes, Ubereats, etc? Any suggestions please?

 

 

Thanks, 

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Call your hotel and ask the front desk. They should know what works for their facility and let you know what your options are.

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We use Grubhub, Ubereats, Postmates and Door Dash in Miami.  There are also to choices for both the delivery services and the restaurants that you can have deliver.

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4 hours ago, mithuri said:

Hi;

 

We're flying in late Saturday night (9:30 PM) for our cruise on Sunday.  We're staying close to the airport but won't have a car and are thinking of ordering food using one of the 'food delivery service'.

 

Have you had any experience with either Grubhub, Skipthedishes, Ubereats, etc? Any suggestions please?

 

 

Thanks, 

I looked into this when our original flight was scheduled to land at MIA around 10'ish PM on Sat in Apr. Using these apps (or their websites) and set the location to our hotel, we were able to see what are our choices. I found # of restaurants drop a lot after 9 PM on weekends.  We ended up not needing the service because American Airline canceled our flight and put us on a red-eye flight. One option you may want to consider is to grab something at the airport before going to your hotel.

 

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Just a heads up that people eat LATE in South Florida and many restaurants serve until midnight on the weekends and later.

 

We use all the delivery services and have never had a problem.

 

Just ask the front desk at the hotel which one they use.  They may even have coupons.

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