Our mini billboard in the Design District
The people have spoken! You want Harry’s Pizzeria® and ella pop café delivered. So we are upping our game today by adding an additional top notch delivery service to our quiver — GrubHub, now live as of 11AM. Just like with UberEATS and Amazon Restaurants, our full menus are available for these Genuine brands, as are all locations. Click the links below to get to our pages lickety split:
Harry’s Pizzeria Design District
Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove
ella pop café
Grub it up!
Grubhub is the nation’s leading online and mobile food ordering company dedicated to connecting hungry diners with local takeout restaurants. The company’s online and mobile ordering platforms allow diners to order directly from more than 45,000 takeout restaurants in over 1,100 U.S. cities and London. Every order is supported by the company’s 24/7 customer service teams. Grubhub has offices in Chicago, New York and London. Those of you who have lived in NYC may be familiar with Seamless — that’s one for its brands, too.
We look forward to hearing what you think, and how GrubHub compares to our current suite of delivery options. Here is a link to its FAQ in case you have questions about ordering and the service!
Can you name them all?
UberEATS is bringing Miami Art Week to your door with limited edition cups designed by emerging local artist Lua Luisa Schwartz. Get yours when you open the UberEATS app from Thursday, December 1 until Saturday, December 3 and order from any of the partner restaurants for this activity: Harry’s Pizzeria®, Bodega, DIRT, Moshi Moshi and Novecento. Visit its Art Week HQ here for their fair map and pick up location guide.
If the last name sounds familiar, it should. Ms. Schwartz is the daughter of Michael and Tamara and when UberEATS reached out with a request for Harry’s to hook up with a homegrown artist, she jumped on it with a playful pattern that dances Miami on a cup.
“I wanted to use fruits, and these specific ones, because I feel it is a big part of the daily life and culture in Miami,” she explains. “Local fruits with bright colors and lively character remind us of our tropical roots.”
The original! Made from acrylic paint and pen.
This Miami Beach native (16,) is a third year visual arts student at New World School of the Arts. She has always wanted to create art and was encouraged by her parents from a young age to embrace it. Inspired by her environment, Ms. Schwartz says of her work “There are certain ideas that I have associated with symbols, and since my artwork is often a thread of a concept I am interested in at the time, they are recurring.” Motifs materializing across media rather than focusing on one in particular give her work a transformative, fluid quality free from boundaries. As she has developed her style, Ms. Schwartz has shifted importance from aesthetically-pleasing, to conceptually stimulating.
Quantities are limited to the first 100 orders per day. So get on it! And visit Lulu’s website for her current portfolio of work. Her guide to Art Week? It’s to the point — see the important stuff and don’t try to do to it all. “I usually go to the big ones, Art Basel obviously. Scope, Context… and also Untitled also has some cool stuff.”
Right now east looks like another day in paradise in Coconut Grove.
10/7 9:45 a.m. EDT – Today all TGHG restaurants restored to business as usual!
10/6 9:45 a.m. EDT – Today all TGHG restaurants will be closed all day. We plan to reopen everything tomorrow. Stay safe everyone, and we’ll be in touch again today if anything changes!
Greetings South Florida area guests, this one’s for you. While we all watch the latest National Hurricane Center advisories come in on the state and path of Hurricane Matthew, a quick update on what to expect from our restaurants TODAY as the storm approaches. We’ll send another update first thing tomorrow morning. Stay safe and prepared and don’t neglect your tummies in the process.
TODAY THROUGH THIS EVENING
All restaurants are open business as usual with regular hours of operation and full menus in house. For those in our radius getting things done at home or running errands to prepare, takeout and delivery are also available per usual at ALL RESTAURANTS through UberEats and Amazon Restaurants with their respective delivery menus — until we are advised otherwise by these services. UberEats writes to us this afternoon: “Today we are operational. We will send out another update later today based on the storm’s trajectory. “
To order, click the direct links below:
ella: ubereats | amazon restaurants
Harry’s Pizzeria® Design District: ubereats | amazon restaurants
Harry’s Pizzeria® Coconut Grove: ubereats | amazon restaurants
Michael’s Genuine® Food & Drink: ubereats | amazon restaurants
Cypress Tavern: ubereats | amazon restaurants
What’s more American than getting pizza delivered?
Since we began offering this new way to reach you through Amazon Restaurants with the food you know and love at Michael’s Miami Design District restaurants, your appetite has made its craving for Harry’s Pizzeria® particularly clear. Surprise! Pizza delivery is a thing. That’s why we’re prepping to deliver more pizza than ever beginning NOW to feed that gold medal appetite.
We are thrilled today to debut Harry’s Pizzeria in Coconut Grove with UberEATS as it rolls out service in Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, and South Miami! Now all five of The Genuine Hospitality Group restaurants in Miami will offer delivery for the first time, including Michael’s Genuine® Food & Drink, Cypress Tavern, ella café, and Harry’s Pizzeria — through Amazon Restaurants in the Design District and UberEATS in both the Design District and Coconut Grove.
This little reminder to show the love will be popped into your bag with a Chocolate Chunk Cookie if you mention #harrysdelivers at checkout!
To celebrate this embrace of delivery, each Harry’s Pizzeria delivery customer who comments with #harrysdelivers at the checkout page of their shopping cart — for UberEats comment in “Add a Note” and for Amazon Restaurants comment in “Delivery Instructions” — will feel the love with a complimentary Chocolate Chunk Cookie added to their order. Both Harry’s locations are participating for the month of August, while supplies last.
“We are always looking for new ways to reach our customers with the food they love and expect,” Michael says. “As we continue to grow the Harry’s Pizzeria brand and expand to new locations, delivery is something that we are looking to embrace in a bigger way and are thrilled UberEats can facilitate that.”
Selections from MGFD’s delivery menu, currently offered for dinner.
Not unlike Amazon Restaurants, delivery hours of operation and restaurant hours of operation may vary. Those eligible for ordering will be shown as available once your delivery address is entered to browse desired locations. Michael and our chefs have worked hard to select favorite items from our menus to offer — and ones that make the most sense for delivery. You’ll find item pricing is the same as appears on restaurant menus.
A taste of Ella’s delivery menu!
Of course the Cypress Burger can be delivered, temperature selected too.
As part of its new expansion, uberEATS is offering new users 50% off their first two orders (up to $15 each) when using the promo code EATSMIAMIWELCOME. Expansion Area (uberEATS already operates from Brickell to Hollywood, and Miami Beach) includes Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, South Miami, Parts of Blue Lagoon with Northern border/836 Dolphin Expressway, Western border/Don Shula Expressway, and Southern border/SW 104th Street. The delivery fee for UberEATS is a flat $4.99. Click here for its full FAQ on the service and scope!
Today Amazon Restaurants launches free delivery for Prime Now customers in Miami, following rollouts in major food cities across the U.S. this year including Seattle, Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, San Francisco and most recently New York City. We are always looking for more ways to reach you with the food you know and love, so Michael’s Miami Design District restaurants are onboard for this new service, including Michael’s Genuine® Food & Drink, Harry’s Pizzeria® Design District, ella pop café and Cypress Tavern. Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove should come online for delivery later this summer or early fall.
Ella is open now, serving its breakfast menu!
Here’s how it works. You must be a member of Amazon Prime to order, as Prime Now is a benefit of membership. Anyone can sign up for a free 30-day trial membership at amazon.com/prime. Restaurant Delivery is offered on the Prime Now app or here on the web version of Amazon Prime Now. The links above will route you directly to each restaurant’s respective ordering page. Once an order is placed, the restaurant receives the order on its Kindle device and begins working on it. Amazon delivery partners deliver the food in one hour or less, and delivery on all orders is free.
MGFD Bacon, on demand, at Harry’s in the Design District!
Delivery hours of operation and restaurant hours of operation may vary. Those eligible for ordering will be shown as available once a zip code is entered to browse desired locations. Those closed during a given day part will appear grayed out. Michael and our chefs have worked hard to select favorite items from our menus to offer — and ones that make the most sense for delivery. You’ll find item pricing is the same as appears on restaurant menus.
Delivering the shoot!
Photographer Andrew Stankus, handling Michael’s Genuine on behalf of Amazon Restaurants.
One of our Harry’s favorites, during its Amazon shoot.
Delivering to the devil on your shoulder.
Contact the restaurant directly for issues related to order substitutions and have your order number ready. For all other inquires such as refunds, dissatisfactory delivery experiences, please contact Amazon customer service by visiting the Amazon Prime Now Website or App and entering your telephone number for Amazon Customer Service to contact you directly immediately. We look forward to your feedback so we can make your experience the best it can be!