As you probably know by now, all DC 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mola is offering ready-to-go prepared foods, heat-and-eat meals, beverages, baked goods, and produce from a local farm along with a limited dinner menu Wednesday-Saturday (closed Monday and Tuesday and offering only prepared options Sunday). Delivery is $10 within one mile - go to their website for more information.
You can pick up cider and wine from Anxo Cidery and Pinxtos Bar or get nationwide delivery with a $35 minimum. They’re also offering 20% off gift cards through their website.
Maydan is now offering takeout “Tawle” meals - larger, shareable options like lamb shoulder with sumac. They also have batched cocktails and wine to-go.
In addition to their full, wide-ranging menu, The Royal is selling batched cocktails and mixers for pickup - so you don’t have to find out what cherry Coke and your six-year-old coconut rum taste like together. Call (202) 332-7777 to place an order or order through Caviar.
Compass Rose currently has a to-go version of their “Tour of the World” menu. You can order a la carte, but the family-style option is a great deal and includes their khachapuri (stuffed cheese bread). They’re also selling bottles of wine at retail price and offering their brunch menu Saturday and Sunday until 3pm. Order for pickup or curbside delivery through this form.
Because Bluejacket Brewery knows that your alcohol stash is already running low, they’re offering beer delivery and pickup (cans only). There’s a $30 minimum (four-packs run from $12-$18) and a $3 delivery fee within a five-mile radius of the brewery. Order via the restaurant’s website.
Sushi Taro’s six different $30 set menus include a variety of sushi, sashimi, and bento boxes. Call (202) 462-8999 or email email@example.com to place an order.
If you’re like us, you likely stocked up on pasta and rice and have been eating it for days now. But when Osteria Morini offers a delivery/pickup menu of their classics at lower prices - namely $15 pastas - all thoughts of rigatoni a la “whatever’s in the pantry” go out the door.
Centrolina is offering delivery and pickup through their website, by calling (202) 898-2426, and going on Caviar. Their offering their full menu including bottles of wine.
Piccolina is offering pickup and delivery (specifically through Caviar), including both all-day breakfast and bottles of wine. They’re also offering a deal that includes a bottle of wine, two pizzas, a large salad, and two cookies for $48.
Based on how many times we’ve tried to normalize french toast for dinner, you could call our kitchen the unconventional diner. Instead, order the $40 Stay At Home Supper Club from this Shaw spot. It’s family-style and daily-changing - and has already included fried chicken and a Mediterranean vegetarian option with falafel, hummus, and labneh. They’re available for pickup or delivery through Postmates from 2-8:30pm.
Komi’s all-vegetarian carryout menu is called Happy Gyro and the name alone makes us smile. So does the beer and wine available for pick-up at 40% off. Order through this website.
If you’d like to feel like you accomplished something today, order all of Supra’s six different khachapuri and figure out which is your favorite (there are plenty of appetizer, sandwich, and entree options on the menu as well). All bottles of wine are $20 off their wine list price. They’re also offering Georgian teas and condiments. Call (202) 789-1205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order.
Thai X-ing is offering limited takeout options if you call the restaurant at (202) 332-4322.
You can order sandwiches, salads, pizza, and baked goods from Baked and Wired through Grubhub.
You can get free delivery of Chiko’s Chinese and Korean dishes through Caviar.
Chez Billy Sud now has possibly the classiest takeout menu in the city - things like pate and confit duck - as well as beer and wine and a few meal kits. Place an order by calling (202) 965-2606.
If you call Cava Mezze at (202) 543-9090 for curbside pickup, you can get 10% off your order. They’re offering a Passover menu for pre-order. Delivery is also available on most delivery apps.
Rose’s At Home is offering meal packages that should last you two to three nights (and also come with wine). They’ll deliver (contactless) anywhere in the DC Metro area. All delivery orders must be placed by 3pm the day before through their website.
Rose’s Luxury is offering four-course takeout options for $45 per person. They’re also offering wine.
Head to Little Serow’s website to order takeout and curbside pickup. You can also make your own four-pack of tall boys and get bottles of wine for 40% off.
Glen’s Garden Market is offering curbside pickup as well as grocery delivery within a one-mile. Curbside pick-up service is available from noon-5pm, Sunday-Friday, and deliveries will be made from 5-7pm, Sunday-Friday. Call (203) 570-4063 or (301) 825-6758.