As you probably know by now, all Seattle 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 - so stay tuned, and stay well. Got a restaurant takeout/delivery tip? Email us at email@example.com.
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This Vietnamese spot on Bainbridge Island is doing bottles of wine and sake for pickup, along with their full menu for takeout. Check their Instagram for more information.
From 12-8pm, Bruciato is offering delivery of their excellent Neapolitan pizzas for the first time. You can order online through their website.
You can order family meals for two or four people from this upscale Bainbridge Island staple. They’re available from Wednesday-Sunday, 3-8pm, and you can expect things like roasted chicken, pork chops, and organic vegetables. They’re also offering a CSA box, available for $100. For more information, head to their website.
We’re usually stopping at this Bainbridge Island sandwich shop for a club sandwich or pastrami on rye. Now, they’re operating as a burger joint called “Sacka-Burgers,” serving classic smashburgers, homemade veggie burgers, fries (including fried oyster mushrooms and asparagus), funnel cake, and soft serve. For information and to place an online pickup or delivery order, head to their new website.
Addo has launched a few different pickup/delivery programs. There’s Addo @ Home, which consists of a weekly-updated menu of three meals per person plus a bottle of wine for $90. Addo Pantry is another program that includes a la carte items like lechoncito pork and rice, hot sauce, smoked salmon, and stocks. Both of those options are available for delivery as well. The third program is called Addo For The People, where you can purchase $9 meals (like pork and rice, pasta, or soup and sandwiches) and/or $4 children’s portions available either for yourself or for donation to those in need. Addo For The People is located in various neighborhoods around the city, like Eastlake, Ballard, West Seattle, SoDo, and more in the works. Check out their instagram for more info.
This little coffee shop and bakery launched “The Coast At Home” program, which involves dinners priced out per serving and add-ons like take and bake cinnamon rolls. You just have to order before 3pm one day in advance, delivery happens between 2-4pm within 10 miles of the Cafe for a $10 flat fee. Check their Instagram for more information.
Asadero, the Mexican steakhouse we go to when we want both filet mignon and tacos, is selling a steak and wine dinner for two. It comes with a choice of some high-quality cuts of meat (ultra or A5 wagyu steak), rice, guacamole, Nutella flan, and a bottle of red wine. It’s $139 or $189 based on the cut of beef you pick - call the restaurant at 206-659-4499 to place an order.
Every Sunday, this French spot in Ballard serves a takeout family dinner - but now they’ve expanded that program to Thursday through Sunday. They’re also selling various pantry items like jars of foie gras, packages of butter cookies, and their incredible smoked cherries that will improve your at-home Old Fashioned big time. You can find out more information on Copine’s website.
Delancey has transformed their dining room space into a wine shop - they’re open selling bottles from 3-9pm every day. For more information, head to their Instagram.
Gracia’s a good choice for an at-home date night, thanks to their delicious green chicken enchiladas and tasty roasted salsas. Takeout and delivery are available Friday through Saturday, between 12-6pm, and Sunday from 11-5pm. In addition to their special to-go menu, you can preorder family-style meals online (complete with free meals for kids), too.
Joli is offering a takeout menu full of things like burgers with duck fat fries, fennel sausage flatbreads, salads, and soups. They’re also selling $75 family meals, and large-format cocktail kits - each kit makes anywhere from 10-25 drinks, which should make for an enjoyable weekend with your cat. To place an order, click here.
This Ballard brunch staple is doing a $10 breakfast burrito special with a few filling options, from pork belly and kale to mushrooms and kimchi. In addition, they’re selling homemade bagels and pantry items like quarts of soup and ready-to-cook bacon.
This new Mexican restaurant has started doing $35 family dinners involving a type of protein like wagyu birria or cochinita pibil with spanish rice, black beans, salsa verde, chicory salad, and a dozen homemade blue corn tortillas. You also have the option to add on slices of vanilla-frosted chocolate cake or chocolate chip cookies. Order by 4pm for two pick-up timeslots (5pm and 6:30pm). They’re also offering free delivery of these meals if you live within two miles of the restaurant. Check their Instagram for more information.
This Sri Lankan cocktail bar has started doing delivery for the first time (only to northern Seattle), as well as a Sunday-only Kerala fried chicken dinner. And if you don’t live near Ballard, you can pick your order up. For more information and to check out the rest of the menu, head to their online ordering platform.
San Fermo started what they’re calling a “Saturday Market” where you can buy dinner kits to make dishes like saffron spaghetti bolognese, chicken cacciatore, rapini lemon risotto, and more. Just preorder on Fridays over the phone (206-342-1530) from 12-6pm for a Saturday pickup between 12-4pm.
Our favorite deep dish spot is delivering beer and wine in addition to their massive pizzas. If you want to pickup, they’ll also fill your growler with one of their beers on tap.
This excellent pizzeria has momentarily paused on pizza for the time being, and instead, is doing pick-up lunch options from Tuesday through Friday, between 1-3pm, with a menu that changes daily (but always includes their delicious fried risotto balls). To place your order, click here.
Homer is starting “Homer At Home,” which will involve lunch and dinner takeout specials as well as staples for your pantry like sourdough bread, hummus, yogurt, and cookie dough, available Tuesday-Sunday. Their soft serve ice cream window will remain open also. You can read more about it on their website.
This Filipinx restaurant is offering pickup-only dishes like pork rib adobo, mung bean stew, sinigang with shrimp, and grilled chicken brined in lemongrass and Sprite. In addition to all that, they’re also offering meal kits on Sundays from 11am-1pm. For more information on both takeout options, visit their website.
This bar already was selling bottles of natural wine, but now they’re offering some pantry items like Sea Wolf bread, homemade focaccia, tinned fish, mustards, jarred tomatoes, crackers, olive oil, pickles, and a few perishable snacks to store in the fridge like cheeses, white bean dip, and tuna butter with radishes. These are only available for pickup, and you can find more information on their website.
John Howie Steak is a steakhouse from the team behind Seastar, and they’re offering a bunch of different options to make sure you’re stocked on meats. There’s a condensed, curbside menu if you just want one dinner, or butcher boxes complete with around six different cuts of meat that could include anything from prime chuck to chicken sausage. They’re also offering cocktail kits and bottles of wine - you can head to their website to learn more.
From 4-7:30pm, this upscale seafood spot in Bellevue is offering curbside pickup if you’re planning a date night in, with things like their delicious Dungeness crab bisque, cedar plank salmon, and filet mignon. They’re also offering 50% off all bottles of wine that cost less than $150.
This Italian cafe and bakery is selling their pastries and coffee to go, but they’ve also started doing three-course takeaway dinners, involving everything from homemade pasta to seared scallops. Stay updated on their Facebook page.
Jerk Shack introduced $11 microwavable and kid-friendly meals like gumbo, jerk ribs, Jamaican curry chicken, and more. There’s a five-meal minimum if you buy, but you can order up to 20 meals at a time. Stay updated on their Instagram.
This excellent beer bar in Belltown is offering weekly provision boxes containing things like fresh produce, wine, beer, sourdough bread, compound butter, cookie dough, and more. Each box is around $90 and has a theme - like “connection.” You can place your pick-up orders here.
In addition to pick-up and delivery options, this Mediterranean restaurant is also offering things like huge containers of tahini and za’atar. You can order a meal or some pantry items online.
One of best sushi spots in town is doing takeout for the first time, offering a couple different options like a $35 salmon combo that includes five pieces of nigiri and a six-piece roll and a chirashi bowl with seven different types of seafood. Check their Instagram for more information.
Wa’z is doing a couple different bento boxes for pickup, like braised tofu and beef, chicken karaage, grilled black cod, or braised pork belly. All of them come with a couple of sides, cost $18, and are available Tuesday-Sunday, 11:30am-2pm and 4-7pm. Call 206-441-7119 or email to order at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the first time ever, you can get Birrieria’s incredible, consume-covered shredded beef and cheese tacos delivered with a $30 minimum purchase. The delivery window stretches as far north as Everett and as far east as Redmond. Call the restaurant at 253-259-9465 for more information.
Bateau has a few different family-style takeout options - a $50 dinner for two, a la carte items available like side dishes, bone broth, and pickles, and a $30 kit complete with everything to make two Bateau burgers at home.
This sushi counter in Chophouse Row has a few takeout options available, like chicken curry with rice, spam musubi, and boxes of to-go sushi. Check their Instagram for more information.
This amazing restaurant has a new to-go menu available for pickup only, including their first-ever burger, made with smashed pork and topped with American cheese. Get this menu from Wednesday-Sunday, from 12-8pm, and find more information on their website.
This Capitol Hill bar is doing a special they’re calling the “Netflix and Chill package” that includes a free bottle of red wine bottle, and two free glasses with purchase of large charcuterie board. It’s $49 and they’ll deliver it to your door - check their website for more information.
This brewery on Capitol Hill is selling a produce box of lettuce, grape tomatoes, red onions, broccolini, yellow potatoes, mini sweet peppers, English cucumbers, and asparagus for around $30. And if you’re up for some baking, you can add a beer bread-making kit, which has all of the ingredients (plus some extra flour) to make one lager-infused loaf. They’re also delivering - check their website for more information.
Frankie & Jo’s is offering free delivery to anywhere in Seattle - you just have to order five pints of their vegan and gluten-free ice cream for $80. Go to their website for more details.
At Harry’s, you can also get a pasta-for-two special - just choose a type of sauce (braised leek and rabbit or beef bolognese) and it comes with uncooked pasta, a salad, and a bottle of wine for $40.
Hot Cakes, a bakery known for molten lava cake, launched a new dessert delivery program called Birthdays Don’t Stop. Their online ordering operation allows you to order cookies, take-and-bake molten cakes, jars of caramel sauce, entire layer cakes, and even candles and birthday cards.
From noon-6pm, you can order homemade bread, bottles of wine, and frozen pelmeni dumplings from La Dive. For orders over $75, they’ll provide free delivery - all you have to do is head to the link on their Instagram.
One of the most popular bars on the hill is now operating as a Wednesday-Saturday burger and taco joint. For more information, check out their Instagram.
Mamnoon is doing a special family meal that costs $40 and feeds two people. You’ll get mezze of your choice and mamnoon pita, arnabeit, fattoush salad, jujeh, or shish barak and some baklava for dessert. They’re also offering $15 bottles red or white wine. To order, email the restaurant at email@example.com or call them at 206-906-9606.
Meet Korean BBQ on Capitol Hill is teaming up with Chan for takeout - there are sliders and chili caramel wings available as well as rice bowls and a pre-set Korean BBQ spread of grilled meats and banchan.
This restaurant has started serving three-course takeout dinners, with each meal themed by country, like Morocco or Bulgaria. They’re also selling various raw marinated meats you can buy to grill or cook at home. For more information on both options, head to their website.
Making ramen broth from scratch is a great cooking project - but if you won’t be able to sleep knowing that a pot of bones is simmering on an open flame all night, Ooink is offering a great shortcut. This ramen shop above the Broadway QFC sells at-home ramen kits, which come with a pint of beef shoyu broth, an egg, bamboo, pork chashu, scallions, and homemade noodles. Check out their Instagram for more information.
From 5-9pm, Plenty Of Clouds is offering an expanded takeout menu with the option of a no-contact window if you place your order online. Plus, they’ll be serving grab-and-go items from 12-9pm, and will be offering a service industry discount of 25%.
If you’re avoiding meat and dairy, Plum Bistro has launched nightly themed vegan family meals (like taco Tuesday, Friday burger night, BBQ picnic, and even brunch) in addition to selling bottles of wine and certain favorites from their menu a la carte. Check their website for more information.
Machiavelli has a pickup window now, and they’re offering $30 bottles of wine to-go in addition to a nightly pasta special, like penne all’amatriciana for $18.95. Check their Instagram for more information.
Rondo is offering a bunch of takeout options - check out their instagram for more info, and call the restaurant at 206-588-2051 for the full menu.
Surrell is the newest restaurant on Capitol Hill. Their menu changes every week, but you can expect things like smoked half chickens, roasted pork shoulder, and red wine-braised shiitakes. They’re also offering pantry items like eggs, stocks, sauces, and grains. For more information and to place a pick-up order, head to their website.
This brand new Japanese spot specializes in different types of katsu, is currently offering takeout. They’re also doing something called “Project Snacks,” which means from 6pm on, anyone in need can buy a meal for only $1. All profits and tips collected will go directly to Taku’s employee relief fund. Check their Instagram for more information.
Tamari Bar is offering 50% on all of their items if you order for takeout. Check their Instagram for more information, but some of the options include a $20 bento box and a bunch of rice and noodle dishes.
This Capitol Hill Greek spot is now doing delivery - including family-style meals like pasticcio, chicken lemon soup in bulk, bottles of Greek wine, and even pantry items like extra-virgin olive oil. Call the restaurant at 206-329-3236 for more information.
VPC has a new takeout menu available with ready-to-heat paninis, quarts of soup, salads, and plenty of baked goods.
This French restaurant and natural wine bar has transformed their space into a “marché,” selling prepared foods like smoked salmon, containers of pork ragu and mac and cheese, bread, and mustards along with fresh items like leeks, herbs, butter, and citrus. You can stay updated on what’s in stock by checking out their Instagram.
This cookie bakery has started online ordering with one-hour turnaround times. Check out their website for more details.
Seattle Fish Guys wants you to be set on all your seafood needs - they’re launching a menu called “Fish For A Week,” and for $199.50, you get a bunch of different things, like miso black cod, shrimp tempura, squid salad, four crab cakes, a whole unagi, and a s’mores brownie. Plus, a pound of white rice to go with it all. Check out their Instagram for more information.
Sam Choy’s is currently doing a family-meal special. For $25.95, you get a large container of rice, a small side like mac salad, and main like Kalua pork and panko-breaded fish. Order on their website or over the phone at 206-310-1979.
You can now order dinners for two from this downtown hotel restaurant - choose from fried chicken, steak with demi glace, pork chops and polenta, or pappardelle bolognese. You can find out more information on their website.
DeLaurenti is a great option if you need to stock your pantry, especially if you want to cook some great pasta. This Italian market is offering same-day delivery service for almost every product in their store as well as wine from their bottle shop. Check out their website to browse through the available items and place your order.
This waterfront seafood restaurant is offering pickup and delivery of heatable dinner kits - find out more information on their website.
This Downtown steakhouse is delivering prepared, oven-ready meals (with heating instructions) and is offering free delivery within a 15-mile radius. To view the full menu visit click this link, and call 206-624-3287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Mr. West is open for takeout and delivery of a bunch of things - from coffee drinks to pantry items like soy milk, honey, bacon, and speck. Head to their website to learn more.
This Pike Place Market bakery will now offer in-house delivery for their baked goods for the first time, including their meat piroshky and sweets like apple turnovers and poppy seed cinnamon rolls. Follow this link to order.
This bagel pop-up usually operates out of Cortina, but now they’re offering delivery with 48-hours notice. Order on their website.
The best sushi in the city is now available for takeout. From Thursday through Saturday, this spot by Pike Place Market is serving $100 omakase boxes that you can preorder and pick up. In each box, you’ll find 10 pieces of nigiri, nine pieces of sashimi, tamago, rice, and a small portion of their incredible miso black cod.
For $35, you can get an Italian family-style meal for two that includes lasagne, a kale caesar, and garlic bread, available starting at noon. Check their Instagram for more information.
Tru Bistro is a coffee shop and wine bar that serves low-acid coffee. They’re also serving a dinner special that’s $35 for two entrees, a bottle of wine (choose between red, white, rose, and sparkling), and a dessert. Check out their Instagram page for more details.
Art of the Table is offering a $60 family-style takeout dinner that you can pick up anytime after 4pm. Dinner includes a whole herb-roasted chicken with roasted vegetables, smashed potatoes, and yams. Place your order by calling the restaurant at 206-282-0942.
This Fremont wine bar is offering a few takeout paella options. You can order five to seven servings for $110, 14-16 servings for $220, or five to seven servings of vegan paella for $60, along with $15 bottles of wine.
From 11am-6pm, Monday-Friday, Kamonegi is offering takeout for the first time ever. You can also preorder fresh soba noodles by emailing the restaurant at email@example.com.
This French spot in Fremont has started serving a Sunday night family-style fried chicken dinner for pickup, complete with sides like cheesy mashed potatoes, garlic green beans, buttermilk biscuits, and Fresno chili sauce. You can place your order online.
If you want to make yourself a delicious pasta dinner, Lupo in Fremont is offering a kit for $14 that comes with fresh tagliatelle, a container of sauce (with or without Italian sausage), local butter, and parmesan cheese. Check out their website to order.
This incredible seafood restaurant in Fremont has introduced a CSA box complete with recipes and things like a whole chicken, eggs, produce, and a bottle of wine. Each box costs $100, and all proceeds are going to Northwest Harvest, a Washington-based organization that provides hunger relief. You can preorder their boxes by emailing the restaurant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revel’s takeout menu features a bunch of the greatest hits from this Korean spot, but they’re also offering a complimentary family meal in partnership with Niman Ranch for those who need a hot dinner.
In addition to their regular lineup of excellent pastries, you can also buy flour from this bakery in Fremont.
Tarsan I Jane, an outstanding Spanish tasting-menu spot in Fremont, is offering a $49 paella kit for pickup, which includes the ingredients to make calamari and mushroom paella, kale salad, a savory pastry appetizer, and chamomile pudding for dessert. They’re also offering a similar $60 kit for nationwide shipping, where you can choose between calamari and pork. You can also add on things like a gin and tonic kit, or a snack pack involving chorizo, potato chips, pickles, and manchego. For more information, head to their website.
This upscale restaurant is offering a weekly-changing menu for pickup on Thursdays and Fridays from 4-7pm. You can order and check out the menu here.
Panino Taglio is a new restaurant that just opened from the Bruciato and Bar Taglio team. They’re serving whole take-and-bake pies, pizzas by the slice, as well as a bunch of pantry goods like housemade pickles, preserves, ferments, fresh ricotta, pasta, and cured meats. Check their website for more information.
Tapas Lab is open for takeout and delivery, and serves some of the best bulgogi in town (in pincho form with garlic aioli and parmesan). You could order a bunch of these and pop open a bottle of sparkling wine at home, but they’re also serving some new menu items like bulgogi cheesesteaks, wagyu sliders, and spicy pork rice bowls.
For $12, you can get a burrito from North Star Diner filled with eggs, cheese, bacon, salsa roja, pico de gallo, and a coffee on the side. You can find them on most delivery apps or you can call the restaurant at 206-457-5794.
From Thursday-Sunday, Opus Co. will be doing a special takeout menu with family-style meals for around four people. Check their Instagram for more information.
We’ll look forward to a day when we can once again sit at Archipelago’s tasting menu counter snacking on pandesal rolls, but until then, this incredible Filipino spot is selling a big “Balikbayan Box” for pickup. It contains everything you need to make either a fish or pork dinner, as well as some extra produce and some other “special surprises.” Plus, percentages of sales from each box are going directly to the Filipino Community Of Seattle’s senior meal program. You also can get a box (or bottles of homemade juice, wine, and hard cider) here, but make sure to order early - they sell out quickly, and often.
Sam Choy’s is currently doing a family-meal special. For $25.95, you get a large container of rice, a small side like mac salad, and main like Kalua pork and panko-breaded fish. Order on their website or over the phone at 206-310-1979. And if you’re in the mood for some poke, you can still order from their regular menu.
This farm-to-table pizza spot is offering a $35 special, including any pie on the menu, a small salad, and a bottle of white or red wine. This will be offered through the end of Phase 1 - so give the restaurant a call at 206-329-5133 and place your order.
Maneki is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Seattle, and they’ve launched online ordering. Check out their website and click on “Takeout” to order some incredible sushi.
This Vietnamese spot in the ID is offering a “Pho now” and “Pho later” special - the “Pho Now” is a read-to-eat bowl of soup, and the “Pho Later” is a kit with reheating instructions. They’re also offering family-style meals and bottles of wine to go. Check out their Instagram for more information.
Tsukushinbo is delivering their excellent sushi for the first time. Check their Twitter to stay updated, especially to see what kinds of specials they’ll be serving, like fluke and amberjack.
This upscale Italian restaurant in Kirkland is beginning a program called “At Home With Cafe Juanita.” They’re offering a rotating selection of menu pickup items with reheating instructions available for ordering on their website. Items include fresh pasta and sauces, pantry staples like homemade bread and crackers, polenta, pints of gelato, and bottles of wine.
Deru has started their own free delivery within a six-mile radius. They’re also beginning a dinner club, where you can have meals prepped for you each week. Check out their website for more info.
We usually head to this Brazilian cafe’s Green Lake location for acai bowls after a workout, but their Kirkland location also has groceries available for pickup. You can head to their online shop to place your order in advance for things like tea, cookies, breadcrumbs, seasonings, baking supplies, and their delicious homemade vanilla bean and pumpkin seed granola.
Toyoda Sushi in Lake City is offering in-house delivery of their delicious raw fish for the first time, from 5-8pm on Wednesday-Sunday. To order, they prefer that you text them at 206-383-8182 around 24 hours in advance, and delivery fees are $10 within three miles and $15 within up to five miles away. For more information, check out their Instagram page.
Zylberschtein’s is doing what they call a “Nourish In Place” menu that’s available Wednesday-Sunday, 8am-3pm, for delivery or pickup. You can order bagels, bread, soup, salads, and sandwiches, but they’re also selling lox, chopped liver, and pastrami by the pound. If you need to stock your pantry or fridge, they’re also selling eggs, flour, and coffee. Visit their website for the full menu.
If you want to whip up some cinnamon rolls at home, all you need to do is order from Cafe Flora - you can buy them frozen and ready for take-and-bake. You could also pick up some coffee, jam, and other pantry items while you’re at it. All of this is available for delivery and takeout, check their Instagram for more information.
One of our favorite wine bars in town has a new to-go menu featuring their regular menu of drinking snacks, various family-style meals, a charcuterie plate called the “Living Room Picnic,” and bottles of wine to go. Check their Instagram for more information.
This steak frites restaurant is offering meals for two that you can pick up daily from 5-9pm. Menu options range from roasted chicken to braised beef bourguignon. Call 206-454-7932 to place your order.
Vendemmia has a pick-up special starting at noon - for $35, you get a braised pork shoulder, potato gratin, a mixed green salad, and pretzel rolls. There’s a two-order limit per person. Check their Instagram for more information.
This Japanese/French restaurant in Mt. Baker is offering a $28 at-home, three-course tasting menu that sounds perfect for a special occasion. The menu changes, but you might see things like arugula niçoise salad, ribeye with lemon soy butter and rice, and a creamy blancmange dessert with red wine-marinated berries. You can also add on things like foie gras, wine, and beer. Head to their website to order.
If you’re serious about making some pizza but don’t want to worry about if your dough will actually rise, Mioposto is selling margherita and pepperoni pizza kits, as well as pantry staples like jars of caesar dressing, Calabrian peppers, mint salsa verde, olive oil, cans of tomatoes, and more. For a full list of available items, head to their website.
Copal is serving two different types of family-style meals for pickup - brisket and pineapple with bone marrow salsa, and Peruvian roasted chicken with salsa verde and fermented cabbage. Both options have enough food to feed two people and come with guacamole, salad, black beans, salsa, and tortillas. Get more information on their website.
This great Indian restaurant has shifted their menu to offer a lineup of Bombay street food dishes, like biryani and vada pav. For more information, head to their website.
Canlis has shifted gears to offering CSA boxes, family-meal dinners, and cocktail kits and bottles of wine. Check out their website for more information.
Eden Hill Provisions is offering takeout and delivery specials, and you can check out their website for a current menu.
How To Cook A Wolf is offering family-style meals that serve two people. You can choose between rigatoni cacio e pepe, campanelle with bolognese bianco, and maple-glazed pork loin. Place your order online.
To get baking ingredients, instead of going on yet another fruitless QFC run, just order one of Nielsen’s three delivery boxes. On Thursdays, they do a “Baker’s Box” with five pounds of flour, a dozen eggs, a half-gallon of milk, one pound of butter, and four assorted pastries thrown in for fun. On Tuesdays, you can get a “Breakfast Club” package, which comes with Greek yogurt, homemade granola, orange juice, and a DIY cardamom French toast kit. And there’s also a Saturday delivery that involves cinnamon rolls and bags of coffee beans. Email them at email@example.com to sign up for any box.
Our favorite Korean restaurant in town is offering delivery for the first time ever - call them at 206-829-8215 to place your order.
The Queen Anne location of The Other Coast is selling tubs of their delicious homemade salsa mayo, chocolate chip cookie dough, and cans of Fremont beer alongside the sandwiches you know and love.
You can get Brunello’s delicious penne alla vodka and gnocchi pesto for pickup, but you can also order their special takeout item, which is a dinner for two. It comes with a meat and cheese plate, any two pastas from the menu, a house made panna cotta, and a bottle of wine for $62.
Junebaby is offering a special takeout menu available for pickup, including items like pints of homemade stock and ice cream. Check their Instagram for more information.
Pomegranate Bistro has been doing a series of themed family meals for four, from Mother’s Day brunch to dinners meant to pair with wines from a local vineyard. Learn more about these meals on their Instagram.
Popup Brothers & Co. is now offering delivery and pickup from their SoDo and Fremont kitchen areas. They’re offering tea-brined roasted chicken dinners, kimchi and braised beef stew, organic eggs, and chile oil for your pantry, and kits to assemble ramen bowls and taco plates - the two things they usually sell at farmer’s markets. Check out their website to place your order.
If you’re in need of natural wine, Left Bank is open as a curbside bottle shop from 2-8pm.
SOUTH LAKE UNION
If you’re celebrating something at home, keep The Butcher’s Table in mind. It’s a steakhouse that’s offering curbside pickup Monday through Friday, from 3-7pm. They’ve added a dinner-for-two option to their takeout menu, and they’re also operating as a butcher shop, where you can pick up various cuts of beef. Head to their website for more information.
You can order for pickup or takeout from this BBQ spot - they’re on most of the third-party apps and will deliver from 11am-9pm. They’re also offering a special takeout-only family meal for $50 that includes two pounds of brisket, pulled pork, or chicken thighs, choice of two sides like mac and cheese or coleslaw, four cornbread muffins, and a bottle of house red wine. They’re going to post other specials on their Facebook.
Jack’s BBQ in SoDo and South Lake Union are offering a family “Picnic For Four” dinner. Jack’s also offers a free dessert or appetizer to anyone who purchases a gift card to use at a later date. Check their Instagram for more information.
The sister spot to Mamnoon already functions as a successful takeout window - now they’re offering a dinner-for-two special in addition to all of their fantastic mezze and wraps, delivered with no extra fees. For more information and to place an order, head to their website.
This excellent sandwich shop has started selling grab-and-go meal kits, from entree-style versions of their incredible porchetta to spicy meatballs and pasta. You can preorder these dinners here.
Willmott’s Ghost has a special takeout menu available with homemade focaccia, salads, Roman-style pizzas, bottles of wine, and their amazing olive oil cake. You’ll have to place your order from 3-7pm, with curbside pickup available from 4-8pm - or, preorder via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check their website for more information.
White Swan Public House is joining forces with their sister spots Matt’s In The Market and Radiator Whiskey offering takeout. Check Instagram for more information.
Bottlehouse’s sister wine bar in University Village has put together a “Pantry List” of ingredients they’re selling to restock your kitchen - the menu has dairy items like eggs and oat milk, produce like arugula and avocado, antipasti like roasted bar nuts and olives, meats like house-cured salmon, smoked chicken, and speck, and various non-perishables like crackers, chips, and granola. You could feasibly buy everything you’d need at the grocery store by placing a delivery order from them.
This ice cream spot in the U District that serves excellent flavors like espresso shortbread, banana nutella, and Korean rice wine, are offering pint delivery for the first time ever. In addition to pints, they’re offering homemade pastries for delivery, too. Check out their Instagram for updates.
This build-your-own-bowl lunch spot in Wallingford is doing breakfast burritos and smoothies, but they’re also operating a pop-up market selling things like produce, spices, dairy, tea, meat, and most importantly, their delicious homemade ranch. You can even buy disposable gloves, paper goods, and cleaning supplies. For delivery, a minimum purchase of $100 is required, but there’s no minimum for a pick-up order. For more information and to place an order, head to their website.
Joule is selling all of their meat entrees, from kalbi short ribs to chimichurri shrimp, either cooked or raw - which means you can feel like you cooked something extraordinary, but still add on already-finished side dishes to round out your dinner. To preorder, click here.
Along with a selection of family-style meals available for pickup and reheating at home, Tilth is also selling a bunch of wine. Both of those options are available for pickup from 1-8pm - go to their website or call the restaurant at 206-633-0801 to order and arrange for curbside pickup.
You’ll have to email your takeout order by 3pm at email@example.com, but then you can choose from a bunch of options like unshucked oysters, roasted chicken, and pork belly sandwiches. Check their Instagram for more information.
If you can only choose one West Seattle spot to get everything you need, Circa’s a good bet. They’re open for takeout with their regular menu, but they’re also serving frozen quarts of homemade soup, brunch items, and Bloody Mary kits (a liter of vodka, two quarts of homemade Bloody Mary mix, and pickled vegetables for $60). Plus, 5% of sales every Tuesday go towards a local food bank.
This new teriyaki spot has a special $6 chicken katsu sandwich with American cheese, honey mustard, and slaw on Texas toast that you can only get if you order online.
For $15, you can get a pound of fresh pasta from this West Seattle spot (with shapes like pappardelle, paccheri, casarecce, campanelle, creste di gallo, or mafaldine). For an extra $20, you can choose between a few types of sauce they’re selling by the quart - including braised beef and tomato ragu, pomodoro, pesto, mushroom cream, and puttanesca. You can also buy some of their homemade focaccia, olives, parmigiano, salsa al inferno, and bottles of wine. Check their Instagram for more information.
For the first time ever, Kizuki is introducing ramen kits. Each kit serves five people and comes with five different broths (so you’ll have to fight over who gets which type). It also comes with all of the toppings and noodles you need to make a perfect bowl of fresh soup. These kits are available for pickup or delivery, and you can check out the rest of the menu and place your order at their website.
For the first time ever, this sustainable sushi restaurant is doing takeout. Mashiko is pickup-only, and you can place your order online here.
This West Seattle Greatest Hit has reopened with a few new family-style options, from taco and slider packs to a full “luau dinner” with kalua pork or tofu poke, sweet rolls with guava butter, mac salad, ginger slaw, rice, and cookies. They’ve also somehow read all of our minds collectively and started selling their creamy sesame nunya sauce by the jar. Visit their website to read the menu and place your order.
Raccolto is offering a family-style pick-up meal - for $35, you get enough baked ziti with sausage, arugula salad, and grilled bread for two people.
Haymaker is serving a whole roasted chicken and mixed green salad for $35, with a two-order limit. It’ll be available from noon to close - check their Instagram for more information.
Lady Jaye has various family-style meals ranging from a vegetarian spread for $46 that will feed two to three people or a big $73 meal that feeds four to six people. Check their Instagram for more information.
Shug’s Soda Fountain is doing sundae kits that come with two pints of ice cream, hot fudge, caramel, brownies, graham crackers, marshmallows, toasted almonds, rainbow sprinkles, and cherries. Just be sure to pick up from their West Seattle pop-up location, not their Downtown location. Check their Instagram for more information.
This pub in the middle of the wine-tasting rooms is operating as a drive-in, serving burgers, fries, fried chicken sandwiches, ribs, fried pickles, and Ritz cracker-topped mac and cheese. They’re open from 12-8pm on Wednesday-Sunday - to place your order, call them at 425-481-7703 and pay over the phone. Then, when you arrive, text your name and information about your car to 208-352-3209 and your order will be brought out. You can also buy sodas, wine, beer, and toilet paper. Head to Hollywood Tavern’s website to learn more.