As you probably know by now, restaurants dining rooms and bars across Austin are temporarily closed. Things are changing quickly, but we do know that new restaurants are getting into takeout and/or delivery, and others are offering new specials. So we can still support Austin restaurants (and eat something great) by ordering their food. We’ll keep updating this guide with more information as we get it, so stay tuned, and stay well. Got a restaurant tip? Email us at email@example.com.
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At Salt & Time, you can still grab your favorite steaks from the butcher counter, along with prepared menu items. And if your local grocery store still has a line around the corner, Salt & Time has plenty of locally sourced eggs, milk, and produce. The butcher shop will remain open from 10am-8pm, with an extra hour starting at 9am for the elderly and immunocompromised to safely shop. Curbside pickup is also available.
Downtown barbecue restaurant Lambert’s is offering online ordering and call-ahead curbside pick-up. Call (512) 494-1500.
In case your living room is starting to feel kinda familiar, Kinda Tropical is now offering their full food menu as well as beer, wine, and a limited selection of grocery items like toilet paper and butter, but then also kimchi, oat milk, and cigarettes. Now you can pick up some yuca fries to-go, and finally stop wondering what a yuca root looks like.
Uchi has curbside pick-up with a more limited menu. Wine, sake, and beer is 25% off.Call (512) 916-4808 to place your order. Uchiko is currently closed.
El Alma has online ordering with curbside pickup, and they’ve got a full menu of enchiladas and family-style taco dinners. They’re also offering beer, wine, margarita mix, and mimosa kits.
The butcher shop at Dai Due remains open, and the restaurant has a new to-go menu with the cheeseburger, wine to go, bread, organic produce bundles. and more (check their Instagram for the latest menu). Call (512) 524-0688 to place a to-go order.
Uroko is offering a 12-piece sushi omakase for $45 with miso soup for pick-up or delivery.
French-Vietnamese restaurant Elizabeth St. Cafe has curbside pick-up. Order online or call (512) 291-2881.
Barbecue trailer Micklethwait Craft Meats will be open Thursdays-Sundays for to-go orders, app deliveries, and third-party delivery services only, with extended hours from 11am-7pm. Call (512) 791-5961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hopsquad Brewing Co. is partnering with Tsuke Honten for a special: 2 crowlers plus an order of garlic chicken wings for $25.
The Hotel Saint Cecilia launched what they’re calling “room service at home” with breakfast, cheese boards, sandwiches, wine, cocktail kits, and more. You can pick up or there’s free delivery within a five mile radius.
You can order online or all (512) 416-1722 for curbside pickup at June’s All Day.
SeoulJu Korean Kitchen & Bar launched curbside takeout and pick-up orders by phone. Call (512) 382-1858. There’s free delivery (with a $15 minimum) within a 3-mile radius of the restaurant and up to 5-mile radius for a $5 delivery fee. You can also add beer and soju to your order.
Kemuri Tatsu-ya is taking online to-go orders, and their abbreviated menu includes new dishes like gochujang pepper rubbed ribs, half or whole smoked chicken, and brisket by the half pound.
Central Austin barbecue spot Stiles Switch is offering curbside delivery and to-go orders. Call (512) 380-9199 or order online.
Nixta Taqueria is accepting online and phone-in orders for curbside delivery of beer, wine, and tacos.
Justine’s Brasserie launched an abbreviated takeout/to-go menu. And good news: Wine is half off. Call (512) 385-2900.
Clarksville tiki bar-meets-burger stand Pool Burger has online ordering and call-ahead curbside pick-up. Call (512) 334-9747. They also have cocktail kits.
The all-day cafe Swedish Hill has curbside pick-up for pantry staples, baked goods, sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, wine, and beer. Order online or call (512) 472-1347.
La Barbecue is serving a full menu and taking orders via email at email@example.com or phone at (512) 605-9696 for same day pick up. They also offer pre-orders online with three days advance notice.
Better Half is accepting orders online and has drive-thru pick-up and delivery. You can order beer, wine, and cocktails, and there’s an online Happy Hour Tuesday - Friday 3-6pm with $5 cheeseburgers and $1 beer.
Both locations of District Kitchen + Cocktail - on West Anderson + Slaughter Lane - offer delivery and pickup.
Interstellar BBQ is doing call-in and online orders with curbside delivery. Call (512) 382-6248.
South Austin Tex-Mex diner Joann’s Fine Foods has curbside pick-up. Order online or call (512) 553-6015.
All five locations of Via 313 are offering online ordering and curbside delivery. There’s also beer and wine.
The East Side Japanese spot Domo Alley-Gato is operating their food truck for to-go orders only.
Clarksville fine dining restaurant Jeffrey’s has call-ahead curbside pick-up and delivery. Call (512) 477-5584.
E Cesar Chavez restaurant Lou’s has curbside pick-up for rotisserie chicken, burgers, frozen custard, and importantly, wine and beer. Order online or call (512) 660-5171.
North Loop restaurant Foreign & Domestic launched online ordering for pick-up (including wine). They’re also selling bulk staples, like eggs, butter, and flour.
Mi Madre’s has become a to-go operation, and they’re selling beer, wine, and margarita kits that come with triple sec, tequila, their house-made margarita mix, and a lime.
Mini-chain Hopdoddy Burger Bar is offering the full menu through curbside (orders can be placed online or by phone) and free delivery via UberEats.
The new-school Chinese spot Old Thousand is offering free delivery within a 5 mile radius of the restaurant by calling (737) 222-6637. You can also order takeout with curbside pick-up online.
The boutique grocery/all-day-cafe Epicerie has a limited menu for curbside pick up or free delivery (within five miles). The restaurant is also doing family meals for four, as well as grocery, cheese, and charcuterie. All beer and wine is 20% off. Call (512) 371-6840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fonda San Miguel is doing curbside pick-up for select menu items.
Carpenters Hall is offering a new take out menu.
The sushi spot Kome has a limited take out menu that they’ll deliver to your car.
Franklin Barbecue is now doing online ordering and curbside delivery.
Doc’s Backyard Grill is doing a promotion of $1 frozen margaritas with any curbside/to-go food order.
Gelateria Gemelli is selling gelato for takeout or delivery, and they’re also selling sparkling wine, bottled negronis, and aperitivo kits that include focaccia, olives, and aged Parmesan.
Hestia has online ordering with delivery and curbside pickup.