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Hi Infatuation reader. As you know, cities around the world have limited all restaurants and bars to takeout and delivery. We’re continuing to update our site with guides to getting something great to eat at home, as well as community resources to help support the restaurant industry. Click here to learn more. Stay tuned, and stay well.



NYC Restaurants With New Takeout & Delivery Options

Find something great to eat for dinner at home, and support NYC restaurants while you’re at it.

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As you probably know by now, all of NYC’s restaurants and bars are temporarily closed for dine-in service. Things are changing quickly, but we do know that new restaurants are getting into takeout and/or delivery, and others are offering new specials. Even though we can’t go to restaurants and eat there, we can support them (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 newsletter@theinfatuation.com.

If you’re looking for a full directory of restaurants offering delivery, check out our constantly-updated guide NYC’s Delivery & Takeout Options For Every Situation.

All restaurants featured on The Infatuation are selected by our editorial team. NYC Restaurants With New Takeout & Delivery Options is presented by Uber Eats. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, supporting our local restaurant community has never been more important. Uber Eats is offering $0 Delivery Fee for delivery orders from independent restaurants directly in the app. Order now to support. See app for details.

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Blue Hill New York

$$$$ 75 Washington Pl.

Blue Hill in the city and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Tarrytown have a few takeout box options for fresh produce, prepared food, bread, meat, and wine. They’re only available for pick-up, and you can schedule yours on their website - where there’s also an option to donate a box to hospital workers.


$$$$ 172 Thompson St.

There’s typically a line outside of this Greenwich Village sushi spot, mostly due to the fact that it’s in Greenwich Village, their sushi tastes great, and none of it costs too much. Now you can order that same sushi that people wait on the street for, right to your apartment by calling 212-777-9346.

Shake Shack

$$$$ 225 Varick Street

If you live near the West Village Shake Shack, you can pick up their limited-edition steak frites (it’s a ribeye served with fries and watercress).


$$$$ 60 Greenwich Ave

If you’re feeling like dal and butter chicken tonight, you can order Rahi on UberEats between 5 to 9pm, or call them at 212-373-8900 to place your take-out or delivery order. They’re open Tuesday through Sunday, which is convenient since that’s exactly when you’re going to be in your apartment.

Omakase Room by Tatsu

$$$$ 14 Christopher St

This high-end sushi spot started offering a $60 set that comes with soup, and a chirashi bowl with seven kinds of fish, rice, tamago, and pickled squash. It also comes with a side of soup. To place your pick-up or delivery order, call 212-367-2067.

Fiaschetteria Pistoia

$$$$ 167 7th Ave

In addition to full takeout menus, both of Fiaschetteria Pistoia’s locations are selling pasta kits with fresh dough for you to make at home. They’ll even send you a follow-up email with instructions about the best ways to cut and cook it. It’s like a cooking class that you don’t have to put on pants for.

Tokyo Record Bar

$$$$ 127 Macdougal St

Tokyo Record Bar and Niche Niche are collaborating on a $20 bento box that includes sections like spicy pickles, katsu, rice, salad, dessert and more. The menu changes every day, so make sure to check their Instagram page for details. They’re also selling their inventory of sake and Champagne. It’s only available for pick-up right now, and you can schedule yours on Resy.

La Contenta Oeste

$$$$ 78 W 11th St

If you live within three blocks of La Contenta Oeste, they’ll deliver their fish tacos and cocktails right to your door every day between noon and 8pm. If not, they also have a contactless pick-up station at their West Village spot. You can place your order by calling 212-533-2233 or emailing info@lacontentanyc.com.


$$$$ 79-81 MacDougal St.

We once saw Rami Malek on a date at Dante. It was an intimate scene and we were excited to witness it. Put on Mr. Robot while you drink one of Dante’s to-go negronis, and you’ll sort of know what we felt like in that moment. (Yes, you can be his date in this scenario).


$$$$ 181 Thompson St.

Carbone is now doing delivery here. Yes, we know. We plan on ordering spicy rigatoni with vodka sauce to our apartments too.

Nami Nori

$$$$ 33 Carmine St

Nami Nori is offering their full menu of handrolls for lunch and dinner delivery here and their website. Considering how difficult seats at Nami Nori usually are to come by, this might be the first time you’ll actually get to try their spicy crab handroll. Let’s take all the wins we can get.

Minetta Tavern

$$$$ 113 MacDougal St.

Imagine. You had a long, stressful day. The doorbell buzzes. Behold! A dry-aged ribeye patty and a sweet little mound of caramelized onions, all on a lightly toasted brioche bun. Yes, Minetta Tavern’s black label burger can be yours. All you have to do is call 212-475-3850 between 5 and 10pm.

Llama San

$$$$ 359 Avenue of the Americas

Llama San in the West Village is offering a limited selection of their Peruvian-Japanese menu for pick-up. To place your order, call 646-590-4422, or email pickup@llamasannyc.com between noon and 5pm, and schedule a pick-up between 5pm and 10pm. If you want to see what’s available, check their Instagram highlights page.

soho, nolita, flatiron, gramercy, Noho, Union Square, Nomad, Chelsea


Korean  in  Flatiron
$$$$ 43 E 28th St

Atoboy has an $80 family meal that can feed two to three people who you may or may not be related to (or just you, two or three times). They also have a la carte options like gochujang chicken and fish cakes with shishito peppers. It’s all available for dinner delivery or takeout, and you can place your order online.


$$$$ 17 W. 20th Street

If you’re in the mood for sushi, you should know that Hall in Chelsea has a few different options that you usually can’t get for delivery, like a 10-piece sushi set for $18 and a chef’s omakase for four that costs $68 and comes with 40 pieces of nigiri. There are also some burgers to choose from, as well as wine and beer available for delivery and pick-up online.

Nom Wah Nolita

ChineseDim Sum  in  Nolita
$$$$ 10 Kenmare St

In addition to their menu of dim sum available for pick-up and delivery, Nom Wah Nolita is also selling 1.5 pounds of frozen dumplings of all kinds.


JapaneseSteaks  in  NOHO
$$$$ 57 Great Jones St.

Ordinarily, you need a secret phone number and a personal reference to get a table at Bohemian. Now, you can just call 212-388-1070 or go online to place your pick-up or delivery order. Check their Instagram highlights for the full drink and food menus. A teaser: they’re offering full bottles of whiskey and an eel and foie gras sushi set.


Korean  in  Flatiron
$$$$ 16 W 22nd St

If you’re celebrating something special, like a birthday or the anniversary of staying in your apartment for more than a week straight, consider ordering the $32 butcher’s selection from Cote. That meat feast and a bunch of other Korean barbecue specials are available for takeout and delivery here. Also - three percent of all their sales go to City Harvest.

Emilio's Ballato

Italian  in  SoHo
$$$$ 55 E Houston

If you live within walking distance of Nolita, know that Emilio’s Ballato is now taking pick-up orders by phone. They’re recommending that you place orders in advance, which simply means more time to get excited about chicken parm, spaghetti, and meatballs. Just call 212-274-8881.


$$$$ 94 University Pl.

Attention all those searching to-go margaritas and taquito platters: Tortaria in Union Square is open for pick-up and delivery every day between 11am and 10pm. You can place your order online or by calling 212-776-1830.

Thai Diner

DinerThai  in  Nolita
$$$$ 186 Mott St

Thai Diner has daytime delivery and takeout service online. If you’re wondering whether Thai Tea Babka French Toast will travel well, there’s only one way to find out. Also - their sister restaurants, Uncle Boons and Uncle Boons Sister, will continue to deliver here and here.


PastaItalian  in  Flatiron
$$$$ 27 E 20th St

If you’re near Flatiron, you can go pick up pasta dinner kits from Rezdora. They have a $40 package that includes dry pasta for two with your choice of pomodoro, duck ragu, and vegetarian mushroom ragu. They also have tiramisu, gelato, and their entire list of Northern Italian wines at retail value. All you have to do is fill out the form on their website.


French  in  SoHo
$$$$ 180 Prince St.

Raoul’s in Soho is known for its juicy steak au poivre, big booths you could disappear into for hours, and a limited-supply burger you can only really eat if you arrive at 4:30pm and cross your fingers. But now you can order their famous burger (and a menu of other French bistro things) anytime between noon and 9pm every day - as long as they haven’t sold out yet. Call 212-966-3518 for pick-up orders, and go on here or here for delivery.

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Japanese  in  Nolita
$$$$ 37 Kenmare St.

Cocoron’s soba has made us feel safe and loved for many years - and they’ve recently started offering takeout and delivery completely operated by their restaurant staff. In addition to mera mera soba, Cocoron is selling packaged broth, curry, and noodles that you can use to stock your fridge. To place your order, you can call or text 212-226-1262 or DM them on Instagram between noon and 7:30pm.


$$$$ 142 Orchard St.

Contra and Wildair now have a delivery and takeout menu available online, including dishes like lamb birria bowls, biscuits, and crab congee. The operation is called “Contrair,” which is sort of like the “Brangelina” or “Kimye” of the delivery business.

Thursday Kitchen

$$$$ 424 E 9th St

Thursday Kitchen now has pick-up available via phone at 646-755-8088 or online. Yes, that includes their alcoholic Capri Sun packs - as well as a bunch of other good stuff like cauliflower fried rice, crispy chicken, and lobster mac and cheese.

Saigon Social

$$$$ 172 Orchard St

After years of doing pop-ups around the city, Saigon Social officially has its own location on a sunny corner of the Lower East Side (formerly Mission Taqueria). They’re currently offering a takeout and delivery menu of Vietnamese dishes, like a bowl of chicken pho, which has enough rich chicken broth, fresh cilantro, and spicy chillis to inspire you to stand up on your couch and do a power pose out of sheer adrenaline. Call 646-609-3202 or go online to place your order.

Sushi Dojo

$$$$ 110 1st Ave.

All the omakase options at this East Village sushi place are $20 off on your usual online delivery platforms (plus you can order a la carte).

Fiaschetteria Pistoia

$$$$ 647 E 11th

In addition to full takeout menus, both of Fiaschetteria Pistoia’s locations are selling pasta kits with fresh dough for you to make at home. They’ll even send you a follow-up email with instructions about the best ways to cut and cook it. It’s like a cooking class that you don’t have to put on pants for.

Peoples Wine

$$$$ 115 Delancey St

If you’re looking for a gift to send to a friend, consider some cool, natural wine from Peoples. This LES wine shop and bar is delivering bottles all around the city. Just email delivery@peoples.wine with your name, phone number, address, the type of wine you like, and your ideal price range per bottle. You can check their Instagram for more details and updates.

Golden Diner

$$$$ 123 Madison St

Some good news for everyone in Lower Manhattan who easily falls prey to nostalgia, Golden Diner started serving a rotating “Happy Meal.” Each one costs $7, comes with enough food for a whole meal, and changes every few days (so far, they’ve done spicy dan dan noodles and tempura-baked cod with garlic fried rice and broccoli). The Happy Meals are only available for pick-up, so call 917-472-7800 to schedule yours. In case you want other options, Golden Diner’s regular menu is also online for delivery.


$$$$ 104 Avenue C

Say you’re feeling down about not going out this weekend like you normally do, consider ordering a “Disco Kit” from Joyface in the East Village. Each one comes with snacks, drinks, Joyface-branded rolling papers, and a battery-operated disco ball. These are available for pick-up and delivery between 5pm and 10pm - and you certainly don’t have to tell them that you live alone in a studio apartment.

Angel’s Share

$$$$ 8 Stuyvesant St

Angel Share in the East Village has fancy cocktails available for pick-up every day between 2 and 7pm. Sure, you may be working alone in your apartment at 5:45pm, but it’s possible you’ll be happier working alone in your apartment at 5:45pm if you have a gazpacho vodka cocktail in hand. Check Angel Share’s Instagram page or email angelsharecocktailtogo@gmail.com for more details.

Hwa Yuan

$$$$ 42 E Broadway

This excellent Chinatown restaurant is doing their own delivery and takeout for the first time ever. So if you’re planning a Big Night In, or had a wonderful premonition about a bowl of mapo tofu and a gargantuan Peking duck, all you have to do is call 212-966-6002 and place your order.

Sauce Pizzeria

$$$$ 84 Rivington St

Order a pie from Sauce in Harold Square or the LES and you’ll be able to donate a second pizza to a local hospital. Once you do that, Sauce will match that pizza and deliver another to that same hospital. Their East Village location is only open for frozen pizzas, in case you want to stock your fridge.

Ends Meat

$$$$ 115 Essex Market

We’re guessing you’ve been eating more sandwiches than usual these days. We’re also guessing your current deli meat isn’t as good as what you can get at Ends Meat. Their Industry City and Market Line locations are both delivering meat, sandwiches, and sides like pickles and olives all over Manhattan and Brooklyn right now (call 929-306-6014 for Manhattan, and 718-801-8895 for Brooklyn). They’re available every day, just make sure to place your order before 4pm.

Le French Diner

$$$$ 188 Orchard St

If you’re like us, eating the buttery French food at Le French Diner in the LES is a therapeutic exercise not unlike walking around the block or doing a sun salutation. Thankfully, that doesn’t have to stop now since they’re offering pick-up at their restaurant. Call 212-777-1577 to place your order.

Russ & Daughters

$$$$ 179 E. Houston St.

Both LES and Navy Yard locations of Russ & Daughters are open for carryout. They request that you call in advance to place your lox and schmear order over the phone, and if you’d prefer delivery, you can order from their Jewish Museum store on here. Also - Russ & Daughters ships care packages nationwide, and your friend in another state could really use a dozen bagels right now.


$$$$ 151 E Broadway

In addition to typical delivery and takeout service, Kopitiam on the Lower East Side is making DIY kaya toast sets for $18 and DIY Nasi Lemak sets for $25. One of these will endure you for several breakfasts, snacks, and 5pm dinners you eat because you get bored. Just know they’re in pretty limited supply, so if you want to claim yours ahead of time, Venmo @moonlynn-tsai, and list the date you’d like to pick it up in the memo.

Kings County Imperial

$$$$ 168 1/2 Delancey Street

Both the Williamsburg and LES locations of Kings County Imperial are offering delivery without fees every day between 3 and 10pm. They also have lunch specials and tiki cocktails that you can get straight to your apartment.


$$$$ 403 E. 12th St.

Hearth has a wine window at Brodo (their soup place in the neighborhood) where you can pick-up 50% off bottles. They’re also taking orders for broth to-go.

Cafe Katja

$$$$ 79 Orchard St

There are few phrases that capture our attention quite like “free puppies” and “untitled Daniel Craig film shoot.” Another one is “50% discount off wine and beer,” and that’s exactly what’s happening at Cafe Katja right now. This LES spot also has a small, rotating menu of food available for delivery here and here (and an extra discount if you call them and schedule a pick-up order).

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American  in  Harlem
$$$$ 2592 Frederick Douglass Blvd

Reverence in Harlem has rotating, three-course bento boxes for pick-up. They’re only available on weekends, and you can pre-order yours through their website.


$$$$ 240 Central Park S.

Marea in Columbus Circle now has takeout and delivery available from 4 to 9pm every day. You can place your order for things like fusilli and negronis through Marea’s website and other online takeout platforms. They also have their Reserve Wine List available if you want to really shake up your Wednesday night in.

LoLo's Seafood Shack

AmericanSeafoodCaribbean  in  Harlem
$$$$ 303 W 116th St

If you live within walking distance of Lolo’s Seafood Shack on 116th Street in Harlem, you can stop by and pick up some peel-and-eat shrimp or crab dip with plantain chips. They have a special right now called “Lolo’s Lobster Box” that comes with a lobster roll on a johnny cake with corn and your choice of dirty rice, garlic fries.

Sauce Pizzeria

$$$$ 315 5th Ave

Order a pie from Sauce in Harold Square or the LES and you’ll be able to donate a second pizza to a local hospital. Once you do that, Sauce will match that pizza and deliver another to that same hospital. Their East Village location is only open for frozen pizzas, in case you want to stock your fridge.

Bronx Drafthouse

Bar Food  in  Bronx
$$$$ 884 Gerard Ave

In addition to their regular takeout and delivery menu, Bronx Drafthouse has a $19.95 Cheeseburger special that comes with fries and two craft beers of your choice. They’re open every day from noon to 10pm, and you can place your order online or by calling 929-265-9759.


$$$$ 1439 2nd Ave

Not only does THEP on the UES have their own delivery and pick-up service through their website, but they’re offering 15% off your first order and 10% off anything in the future. So if you live near the UES and see yourself ordering a lot of duck curry over the next period of your life, this is essential info.

Evelyn's Kitchen

$$$$ 2317 1st Ave

Evelyn’s Cafe in East Harlem is now offering delivery and takeout online. They have things like lemon pepper chicken wings, baked ziti, and plenty of Whole30 options. They’re also giving out free lunch for kids in the area every day.


$$$$ 2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd.

Vinateria in Harlem is now offering 20% off bottles of wine with your order (as well as to-go cocktails). They’re not doing any pick-up orders right now, so you’ll have to opt for staying in your pajamas and fuzzy socks while you wait for your short rib mafalde and bottle of red.

The Uptown Garrison

$$$$ 821 West 181st street

You could feasibly order breakfast, lunch, and dinner from The Uptown Garrison in Washington Heights, since they’re serving their full all-day menu. (We were thinking maybe chicken and waffles for breakfast, a chopped salad for lunch, and a meatball melt for dinner.) Call 917-261-4680 to place your takeout or delivery order - or order through any major delivery platform.

Here are two pieces of information that will convince you to order from Marlow Bistro on the UWS: the first is that they serve a pizza with za’atar and burrata on top. The second is that they’re offering a 20% discount on all pick-up and delivery orders, as well as an additional 25% off bottles of wine. You can place your order by calling 212-662-9020.


Southern  in  Harlem
$$$$ 300 W 114th St

For the first time ever, Melba’s in Harlem is making their soul food available for delivery. They’ll be taking orders for mac and cheese, wine-braised short ribs and so much more on all major platforms between noon and 9pm.

Mama's Too

$$$$ 2750 Broadway

Typically, Mama’s Too on the UWS only delivers full pies. But as of now, you can order four-slice half-pies. There’s no rule, however, that says you can’t order full pies and subsist off of delicious pizza for several days.

You could certainly spend time brainstorming ways to recreate Miznon’s famous “run-over” potato at home without injuring an innocent wine bottle or rolling pin. You could also order from Miznon’s UWS location - they just started accepting delivery orders here.

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Win Son Bakery

$$$$ 164 Graham Ave

If your weekends used to revolve around scallion pancake BECs and milk bun sandwiches from Win Son Bakery in East Williamsburg (or you’ve always wanted them to), know that they now have delivery and pick-up available online between 11am and 4pm. You can check their Instagram for more details and updates.


$$$$ 506 Franklin Ave.

Let’s face it: Hart’s is better at grocery shopping than you are. If you’d like evidence, stock your fridge with their ready-to-roast chicken, tinned mackerel, sourdough from Shewolf bakery, fresh ricotta, and booze. Their goods are only available for pick-up on Sundays, and you can place your order anytime during the week (and check their Instagram page here for details).


$$$$ 93 Scott Ave

Wine delivery is cool. Mead delivery may be cooler. This mead bar in Bushwick has same-day delivery for mead, beer, bottled cocktails, and natural wine all over Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Just place your order before 5pm (and check their Instagram for more updates).


$$$$ 58 Marcy Ave

In addition to teaming up with the Restaurant Workers Relief Program and The Lee Initiative to provide free meals for hospitality workers, Gertie is also making weekend takeout and delivery available for the public. You can order a chicken dinner, booze, and basic kitchen supplies from 4pm-8pm every weekend (they also have a coffee to-go window open every day except Monday).


$$$$ 150 Ainslie St.

Okonomi has breakfast bento boxes available for pick-up or delivery. So, instead of your sad attempt at an omelette, you can wake up with a miso marinated king mackerel breakfast bowl.

Di An Di

$$$$ 68 Greenpoint Ave

After briefly suspending their takeout services, Di An Di is back with lunch and dinner delivery every day between noon and 10pm. When you order their pho, they’ll even give you a little seperate container with an egg that you can put into your noodle soup.


$$$$ 435 Halsey St

Saraghina in Bed-Stuy has to-go cocktails as well as their full menu of wood-fired pizzas available for pick-up and delivery in the Bed-Stuy, Clinton Hill, Crown Heights, and Prospect Heights areas. They’re running their own takeout service, so you can call 718-574-0010 to order.

Paulie Gee's Slice Shop

Pizza  in  Greenpoint
$$$$ 110 Franklin St

Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop is now on here. We wouldn’t ever judge you for ordering a single slice for delivery or take-out, but know that there are also full pies available (and plenty of vegan options, too).

The Commodore

$$$$ 366 Metropolitian Ave.

We typically associate The Commodore with late-night fried chicken and meeting strangers we eventually forget existed to begin with. But now you can order a frozen cocktail and a fried chicken sandwich right to your apartment, or stop by their take-out window in Williamsburg while you’re walking your dog. Get a little tipsy and pretend your sofa cushion is a relatively square-shaped stranger, and it’ll essentially be the same experience as the bar (perhaps even better).

Four Horsemen

$$$$ 295 Grand St.

If you live within walking distance of Four Horsemen in Williamsburg, you can pick-up some of their menu, as well as interesting bottles of wine and Nightmoves cocktail kits. Their dinner options change every week, with things like roasted chicken, miso chocolate chip cookies, and other snacks that are likely to improve your otherwise mundane Thursday evening. Everything is listed on their website, and you can also purchase merch and gift cards while you’re at it.


$$$$ 26 Broadway

Barano in Williamsburg now has a limited menu available for pick-up. The options change every week, and you can call 347-987-4500 to place your order.

In addition to their kind-of-healthy American food like kale breakfast sandwiches and little gem salads, Concord Hill in Williamsburg has a few “build-your-own-cocktail” options. So if you’re thinking about dedicating your weekend to drinking Bloody Marys or mimosas while you take on a sunset-themed puzzle, call 347-463-9322 (or go here or here).


$$$$ 702 Grand St

You can now order anything on Ammazzacaffe’s menu for delivery by calling 929-250-2875. That way, their staff can keep more of the profits and you get to eat reginette with pork shoulder. A win-win.

Birds Of A Feather

$$$$ 191 Grand St

Birds Of A Feather in Williamsburg added lunch delivery from 12pm-4pm, which they’re doing independently of delivery services. They also have their usual dinner and weekend delivery, and they’ll cut delivery fees if you order $15-worth of wontons in chili sauce and mapo tofu.


$$$$ 145 Borinquen Pl

You’ve come to terms with the fact that you’re not going to be one of those people who learns how to make bread right now. So get some fresh-made sourdough from Lighthouse instead. DM them on Instagram to pre-order loaves of their excellent bread, or call them at 347-789-7742 or place an order here for a full dinner.


$$$$ 95 Commercial St.

Wine and cheese enthusiasts will be happy to hear that a portion of Glasserie’s food and drink menus are available for delivery and pick-up every day between noon and 8:30pm. You can place your order on their website. Just know that they’re only doing delivery west of the BQE and west of Grand Street to Metropolitan Avenue.

Kings County Imperial

$$$$ 20 Skillman Ave.

Both the Williamsburg and LES locations of Kings County Imperial are offering delivery without fees every day between 3 and 10pm. They also have lunch specials and tiki cocktails that you can get straight to your apartment.

park slope, Gowanus, sunset park, carroll gardens, cobble hill, red hook

Hometown Bar-B-Que

BBQ  in  BrooklynRed Hook
$$$$ 454 Van Brunt St.

If you place a checkered blanket in your living room and order a pound of spare ribs from Hometown Barbecue, it’ll be like having a picnic without the pesky ants or bees. The Red Hook location is taking pick up and delivery orders through their website every day starting at noon.


Mexican  in  BrooklynGowanus
$$$$ 284 3rd Ave

Until we all get to enjoy Claro’s glorious backyard in Gowanus again, we can enjoy their Oaxacan food at home. They just put a selection of their menu online, including some of our favorite dishes like their memela with pork rib or mushrooms.

Camperdown Elm

$$$$ 440 7th Ave

When you order delivery from Camperdown Elm, you really only have to make one decision: seafood paella or cheeseburger? Which is sort of like someone asking, “do you want to have a very good time or a really good time?” This Park Slope spot is only offering one-person meal sets right now, each with salad, fried chicken bites, and your choice of entree - and it’s exclusively available through their website.

Ends Meat

AmericanBBQ  in  BrooklynSunset Park
$$$$ 254 36th St

We’re guessing you’ve been eating more sandwiches than usual these days. We’re also guessing your current deli meat isn’t as good as what you can get at Ends Meat. Their Industry City and Market Line locations are both delivering meat, sandwiches, and sides like pickles and olives all over Manhattan and Brooklyn right now (call 929-306-6014 for Manhattan, and 718-801-8895 for Brooklyn). They’re available every day, just make sure to place your order before 4pm.

Al Di La

$$$$ 248 5th Ave.

Al Di La in Park Slope is taking delivery and takeout orders here between 5 and 9pm every day, and they’re also accepting breakfast, lunch, and dinner pick-up orders over the phone at 718-783-4565. Little known fact: their spaghetti vongole pairs well with whatever wine you have laying around your apartment and some late-night journaling about molluscs and simpler times.


KoreanBBQ  in  Gowanus
$$$$ 328 Douglass St

Insa started serving $15 meals that come with rice, banchan, and other good stuff. These are only available for pick-up right now, and you can place your order by calling 718-855-2620. If you don’t live in Gowanus, they also have their full menu available here for delivery.

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Hunky Dory

$$$$ 747 Franklin Ave.

The technological difficulties during the first ten minutes of your Family Zoom Happy Hour will certainly be more fun if you have one of Hunky Dory’s booze flights on hand. This spot is offering things like gin and amaro flights, as well as a vegan snack pack - and you can schedule your delivery through their website.

L&B Spumoni Gardens

Pizza  in  BrooklynGravesend
$$$$ 2725 86th St.

L&B Spumoni Gardens is now available for online delivery for the first time ever. (We just got goosebumps writing that). Get the Sicilian square pie, and the homemade spumoni if you feel like playing a frozen dessert related race against time.

Izzy’s has their full menu of kosher BBQ available for pick-up and delivery in the Crown Heights area. They’re taking orders over the phone at 347-425-0524 or through Instagram DMs, and they’re also doing special take-out shabbat menus with things like potato kugel, baby back ribs, and schmaltz herring - all of which are worth a celebratory dinner in their own right.

Di Fara Pizza

Pizza  in  BrooklynMidwood
$$$$ 1424 Avenue J

Di Fara is delivering pizzas from their Midwood location. This has never happened before, so we suggest you take advantage and order a classic Neapolitan pie.

If you get delivery or takeout through Risbo’s website, you get 10% off the whole order. This all-day Prospect Lefferts Gardens spot has great options for introducing some vegetables into your system, or whenever eggs and avocados start to lose their shimmer.


$$$$ 1146 Nostrand Ave

Camillo in PLG is serving their pinsas, pastas, and other Roman dishes here. If you’re looking for good vegetarian takeout in the Brooklyn area, their menu has a bunch of options.

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Rooftop Reds

$$$$ 299 Sands Street

Rooftop Reds is now delivering wine to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island City, and you can arrange it all through their website. They even have a deal where you can get 10% off any order over $100 and 25% off any order over $200, and they’re also teaming up with Transmitter Brewing if the person you’re at home with prefers beer.


$$$$ 211 Dekalb Ave

Not only do pinsa and Parasite both start with the letter P, but also, they’ll make you feel happier in your apartment. If you live near the Fort Greene area, you can live this reality by ordering one of Evelina’s Roman-style pinsas. They’re starting delivery and takeout orders on Tuesday for the first time ever, which are currently only available by phone at 929-298-0209.

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Turkish  in  Astoria
$$$$ 31-16 Broadway

One of our favorite Turkish restaurants is now open for take-out every day from noon to 10pm. You can call 718-728-447 to place your order.

Dutch Kills

$$$$ 27-24 Jackson Ave

We can’t comment on the official legality of drinking on the streets of Long Island City while you walk your pug, Cynthia. But we can tell you that Dutch Kills Bar has a to-go window for beer, wine, daily-changing frozen specials, and $12 cocktails. If you don’t want to wait for your drink, pre-order one (or several) by emailing dutchkillsparties@gmail.com.


$$$$ 31-31 Thomson Ave

In addition to serving their menu of Indian dishes like tandoor gobi and keema pao here, Adda in LIC is offering “dining bonds” at a 25% discount (where you’d get a $100 gift card for spending $75 now, for example). They also have a staff relief fund, which you can check out on their website.

Taverna Kyclades

Greek  in  AstoriaQueens
$$$$ 33-07 Ditmars Blvd

The Bayside and Astoria locations of this famous Greek restaurant are now delivering their entire menus. Sure, you can’t currently have a big group feast in public, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your own feast of octopus, lamb chops, and lemony potatoes on your dining room table.

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Bread And Salt

$$$$ 435 Palisade Ave

In case you live in Jersey City or you have a car, this is a good time to know that Bread & Salt is accepting pick-up orders for bread, pizza, salads, cookies, zeppole, and other great bakery stuff. Just call 201-500-7338 between noon and 7pm.


$$$$ 275 Grove St

Razza, another Jersey City favorite, is also accepting pick-up orders. They’re serving a limited, pizza-only menu that includes about seven of their usual pies. You can pay online, schedule your pick-up, and then head to their restaurant to pick it up. Make sure to check their Instagram account for more announcements about their opening hours.

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King David Tacos

$$$$ Wall Street

King David Tacos is driving around the city doing bulk breakfast taco drops. If that sounds like something you want (how could it not be?), fill out their order form and sign up for a time slot. You can even select contactless delivery and they’ll just drop it off at your door.

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