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Moye in Brickell Starts Delivery Service and Happy Hour

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If you happen to live in the zip codes of 33129, 33130, and 33131, you're in luck. Moye, which opened in late October, wants to help out the Brickell area with delivery.

"With all the construction and traffic especially during lunch time we thought what better way for people to try our food." Once people have been able to taste the food, Moye expects they will be drawn back to the restaurant. The lack of foot traffic and construction has limited the volume of customers.

Moye is known for its use of Italian olive oils as well as local ingredients. Some of the dishes include Tris do mozze which is fior di latte, scamorza, and burrata served with bruschetta ($16). There's also zucchini flan with scamorza cheese for $14. In the mood for some Puglian pasta? Then order the Chitarra spaghetti with cacio e pepe, peccorino, and black pepper ($14);o r the pasta al forno, which is baked ziti with vual ragu, mozzerella and tomato.

Delivery is available from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday - Thursday, and 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The delivery charge is a flat fee of $4 with a $20 purchase required for each delivery. To place your order call 305-372-5168

During Happy Hour, you can toast to some great deals. From 5 to 7 p.m., patrons can enjoy bottled beer priced at $3 including Peroni, Corona, Heineken, Stella Artois, and Coors Light as well as an ever-changing list of scrumptious regional Italian wines for $5 a glass.

Don't forget to take advantage of the discounted parking in the building's garage and diners receive a validation of the first hour free.

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