As you probably know by now, all of Philly’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 email@example.com.
Kalaya is serving their full dinner menu for both delivery and takeout, as long as you call and reserve your food in advance. Also, if you had an upcoming reservation that had to be cancelled, they’ll waive your delivery fee.
Vetri is sporadically doing wine cellar sales where they’re offering all the bottles from their cellar for 35% off. You have to email in advance, and will be given a specific time to pick up your bottles. Check their Instagram for dates, times, and selection.
Barbuzzo is doing $49 meals for two with things like pan-seared gnocchi and salted caramel budinos. Order by calling the restaurant 215-546-9300, or by heading to their website, and then pick it up at the restaurant.
Instead of waiting in an hour-long line outside of the supermarket, you can get your pantry items delivered to you by Di Bruno Bros. through their website or third party services.
To pick up any of the homemade water ices from D’Emilios, you just have to call them at 215-514-3930, pay on Venmo at @OldWorldIceTreats, and wait for a text letting you know it’s ready.
Stargazy on East Passyunk has a “basic emergency menu” of pies and other pantry staples that you can order for delivery here between 12-6pm.
Call Triangle Tavern at 215-800-1992 for curbside pickup of bar food from their shortened menu, plus $20 growler refills on any of their tap beers.
Perla is testing a takeout for two menu right now, that comes with garlic fried rice, pinakbet, lumpia, and your choice of lechon kawali, a half chicken, or a whole fish. You can place an order by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org, and they’re also doing no-contact pickup through a window.
Messina is opening up 200 new membership spots, and using the proceeds from those to help out their staff over the next few weeks - call or visit their website for more information. Their full menu is also currently open to members and non-members for takeout, including DIY pasta kits.
June BYOB is offering no-contact curbside pickup with two-hour advance notice (you can call or email the restaurant to reserve your meal). For $38, you’ll get a whole chicken and sides to feed 4-5 people, or a half chicken and sides for $20. You can also now place delivery orders here.
The $25, three-course “Dutch Dinners” from Noord include bread, a soup or salad, an entree, and a dessert.
Essen has started up what they’re calling the “Babkamobile.” Every few days, they post a menu on their Instagram of what they’ll be delivering, and you can place your order through their site. As of now, they only deliver throughout South Philly, but if you live elsewhere you can always call and order your pastries for pickup.
A Mano has created a special, shorter version of their normal dinner menu for takeout. It has most of their best pasta and antipasti dishes, and can be reserved by calling the restaurant directly at 215-236-1114.
While they’re not serving their whole menu anymore, Good Spoon is doing quarts of frozen soup for takeout and delivery (within Fishtown). Call 267-239-5787 to place an order.
Hiroki is delivering two sushi meals ($45 for seven pieces and one handroll, or $60 for 10 pieces and two handrolls), as well as a $45 chirashi bowl and a $45 tuna bowl.
Johnny Brenda’s has a limited food menu (which can be found on their Instagram) for takeout, and they also have beer available for takeout from 12-8pm every day.
Fishtown Social has consolidated their entire supply of wine into the restaurant space, so you can call ahead and purchase a bottle for takeout.
If you’re running low on beer, you can pick up a bunch of Tired Hands four-packs at St. Oner’s by calling them ahead of time. They’re also selling a few items from their normal bar menu, like delicious twice-cooked pork belly.
Murph’s is offering Italian food, plus beer and wine, for takeout. Call the restaurant at 215-425-1847 to find out their daily menu and place an order.
The kitchen at Starboardside Tavern is making pierogies that you can cook at home yourself for delivery. Order for delivery or pickup via their site.
Bring a vessel into Sidecar, and they’ll fill it with any beer or wine they have on tap. They’re also offering delivery and takeout through their website, and every order comes with a free roll of toilet paper.
South Philly Barbacoa is doing pickup by the kilo on Saturday and Sunday from 5pm until they run out of some of their most popular offerings (tortillas, pancita, barbacoa, etc.). Call or text 267-605-1966 to place an order.
You’ll have to be ready to order as soon as they open up their site at 9am each morning to have a chance at getting any of their products. But if you can make that happen, Fiorella is doing takeout of their handmade pastas by the pound, as well as their sausage ragu and cacio e pepe sauce.
Both the Kensington and Old City locations are open for breakfast takeout through Sunday, here for delivery. They’ll also accept credit cards for the time being.
Takeout service at Martha opens at 11am every day (except Tuesday) and extends all the way until 1am. They’re doing a shortened food menu as well as beer/wine to-go, and you can find the menu here. Call 215-867-8881 to place an order.
Philadelphia Brewing is selling their entire inventory, including mix and match cases of beer for $33 and $11 six-packs of cider. There are also industry specials, and kegs for purchase - check their Instagram for more information, and call ahead to place an order.
Cadence is doing a date night takeout meal. For $60, you’ll get a family-style, three-course dinner for two that can be ordered by calling the restaurant directly at 215-419-7537.
At Helm in Kensington, you can get a 3-course meal for $25 to-go. Check their Instagram for a daily menu, and call the restaurant at 215-309-2211 to reserve.
You can now find Buena Onda here, where they’re open for delivery and pick-up orders from 11am-9pm.
You can order beer for pickup via Yards Brewing’s website, and they’re giving everyone 20% off right now with the code “staysafe20” at checkout.
You can order food delivery from Standard Tap here, or order beer, wine, and food for takeout by calling them at 215-238-0630.
This food hall has consolidated all five of their open vendors into one place. Head to their page for combo meals including Freebyrd chicken sandwiches, Abunai poke bowls, and ice cream from Scoop DeVille.
Beginning Thursday, March 19, Forsythia will be offering a daily menu (posted on their Instagram and website) for pickup or delivery within a 3-mile radius. Additionally, on Friday-Sunday, they’ll offer a 3-course meal for $30 per person. You can order by calling the restaurant at 215-644-9395.
Call ahead to reserve one of 40 extra “Staff Meals” Fork will be making every night. Around 30 four-course dinners will be available for $20 each, and 10 meals per night will be free to those in a difficult position.
Pick up a Cubano or a spicy porchetta sandwich from Porcos, which is taking orders over the phone. They do have a limited menu, though, so check their Instagram for more information.
Starting Tuesday, March 24th, Fiore will be making and delivering soup for $16 per quart. For flavors and information on how to order, check out their Instagram.
Cry Baby’s pastry chef is available to make custom cakes for $45, with frosting flavors like blood orange and salted caramel. They’ll also do cupcakes, muffins, and chocolate chip cookies, and will deliver anywhere in the city. In addition to desserts, you can also pick up DIY pasta kids and wine by calling the restaurant ahead of time at 267-534-3076 and placing an order.
Emmy Squared has started offering 15% all takeout and pickup orders can be made through any delivery apps or by calling the restaurant at 267-551-3669.
Gigi has changed their delivery service a bit. You can now get one of their Neapolitan pies from noon until 9pm every day. You can also pick it up directly from the restaurant.
Olly, right next door to Gigi, has also started doing takeout by phone. Their hours are 4-9pm, and as of right now you can get the entire menu - but check their Instagram or call 267-457-5319 for more information.
The chef at Little Fish is making $15 bento boxes daily, as well as rotating specials like a $25 hamachi rice bowl. Reserve for takeout by calling the restaurant at 267-455-0172.
Day By Day is doing delivery and takeout for breakfast and lunch from 11am-6pm, Tuesday through Saturday. You can find their weekly menu, which includes things like egg sandwiches and mac and cheese, on their Instagram, and place an order here.
You can still get Pub & Kitchen delivered to you here, but if you want to add alcohol to your order you can do that via takeout. Just call 215-545-0350 ahead of time, place your order over the phone, and pick it up at their takeout window. You can find their daily menu on their Instagram.
SouthGate is offering curbside pickup and delivery by phone at 215-560-8443.
In lieu of a full menu, The Goat is selling a pizza combo. For $20, you can get a cheese or pepperoni pizza, and a six-pack of beer. They’re also selling beer and wine for $10 a bottle, as well as cocktail mixers. Call the restaurant at 267-239-0982 to place an order for pickup or delivery.
Revolution Taco is doing takeout and delivery by phone at 267-639-5681, or via their website.
Instead of buying boxed pasta from a crowded supermarket, reserve Trattoria Carina’s handmade pasta and sauces, which they’re selling in bulk for pickup. Check their Instagram for more information.
Monk’s has started doing takeout by phone (call 215-545-7005) for the first time, with a limited menu posted to their Instagram.
Check Pizzeria Stella’s Instagram for their abbreviated menu, which they’ll be serving for pickup every day between 12-9pm. Call 215-320-8000 to place an order.
If you’ve already stocked up on alcohol at home but have nothing to mix it with, Twisted Tail is making jugs of cocktail mixers that you can reserve and pick up - call the restaurant at 215-558-2471 to order and for more information.
While Jet Wine Bar is no longer doing dine-in, you can buy any of the bottles from their wine list to-go by calling them directly.
Pumpkin is offering three-course prefixe meals for pickup for $35. And if you live within 10 blocks of the restaurant, you can get them delivered.
After stopping their takeout and delivery service for a couple of weeks, Stockyard has brought back both brunch and dinner delivery through their website.
Call Walnut Street Cafe at 215-867-8067 to reserve some beer and wine for pickup from their huge collection, at retail pricing. They’re also doing $40 family meals that serve 4 people, and include things like citrus garlic roast pork shoulder and spinach lasagna.
You can pick up everything from beer to DIY pizza kits at Dock Street Brewery, which is open daily from 2-6pm for curbside pickup. Place orders through their site here.
Washington Square West
Talula’s Daily is offering a bunch of pastries, soups, and ready-made dinners for takeout if you call ahead. They’re open from 8am to 4pm every day, and if you want a blueberry or some golden beet and turmeric soup, all you need to do is call 215-592-6555. Click this link for the full menu.