Los Angeles restaurants are ramping up off-premises dining options, including takeout, delivery, curb-side pick-up, and grab-and-go menus, as more and more Angelenos heed the CDC’s advice to stay home due to the COVID-19 pandemic — the official recommendation was originally directed at vulnerable populations. From Spago’s smoked salmon pizza to Alexander’s famed wagyu steaks, hunkering down doesn’t have to mean paltry fare. Here now are 23 Los Angeles restaurants adapting during coronavirus with new off-premises dining options.Read More
23 LA Restaurants Adding Delivery and Takeout Options As Coronavirus Precautions
In the effort to curb the spread of coronavirus while supporting local business, these restaurants are expanding takeout, delivery, and grab-and-go options
Michael’s has created a special takeout and delivery menu offered through Caviar. Chef Brian Bornemann is serving up comforting dishes like roast chicken, grilled cheese, and vegetarian lasagna.
The Independence is offering curbside pick-up, along with delivery through GrubHub, Chow Now, and DoorDash. Additionally, the restaurant will extend its delivery radius to reach people outside of the Santa Monica area.
Tar & Roses
Tar & Roses is offering its full menu for takeout and curbside pick-up. Call the restaurant directly to place an order.
All Katsuya restaurants are offering 20 percent off for in-store pick-up and free delivery through third-party partners.
The team at Spago is offering a limited takeout menu from noon to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call the restaurant directly to place an order.
Margot is offering its coastal Mediterranean fare for delivery (Uber Eats and Door Dash) and takeout for dinner and weekend brunch.
Destroyer’s full, Nordic-leaning menu is available for delivery and pick-up. The menu includes rye bread, comforting porridges, and even beef tartare.
Reika Alexander’s Japanese restaurant is offering bento-style takeout, as well as delivery through Caviar, Postmates, and UberEats. Prices start at $25 with a choice of Jidori chicken, grilled yellowtail collar, and fried chicken. Miso black cod is available for an additional $3.
Belcampo Meat Co.
Local Belcampo locations are offering free delivery on its restaurant menu items and butcher shop meats through its mobile app.
L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele
Hollywood’s Antica is open from 11:30 a.m. until midnight; the full menu is also available on Postmates, Grubhub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash. Additionally, the restaurant is checking body temperatures by infrared thermometer before entry and offering a buy two pizzas, get one free deal (marinara or cosacca).
Starting next week, Gwen will introduce home delivery with offerings from both the butcher shop and restaurant. Lunch dishes will include roast chicken with harissa, while dinner brings lamb ribs with leek ash yogurt.
In addition to regular dining service, Chad Colby and team are are offering a limited menu for pick-up from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call the restaurant directly to place an order.
Friends & Family
The East Hollywood bakery has added a pick-up option for phone orders, in addition to maintaining regular operating hours (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and delivery through Postmates. Breads and pastries, as well as savory items like a short rib hash, are available.
Botanica Restaurant and Market
Botanica’s evening menu is now available through Caviar, in addition to the restaurant’s daytime menu and beverages.
While HiFi Kitchen is suspending dine-in at this time, takeout is highly encouraged. The restaurant is working on offering delivery through Postmates in the coming days.
Barcito is offering free delivery so that Angelenos can “practice social distancing without going hungry.” Visit the restaurant’s website to place an order.
Valerie Confections is offering a new drop-off lunch menu for Echo Park, Silver Lake, and Historic Filipino residents. The current menu includes Moroccan chicken, roasted carrots, cabbage and mint salad, and almond cake for $20 per order, with a five person minimum order.
Momed is offering 10 percent off all to-go orders made through its website, ordered by phone, or walk-ups. They’re also offering free delivery within a two-mile radius for orders placed through the Momed website or by phone.
Otium is offering a limited menu for take-out and delivery will be coming soon. Call the restaurant directly to place an order.
Yapa is introducing a new menu of comforting favorites available for pick-up or delivery through Caviar and DoorDash on March 18.
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The Raymond Restaurant
The Raymond is offering a 10 percent discount on all takeout orders and hopes to offer delivery in the coming days. Call the restaurant directly to place an order.
Pasadena’s fine dining steakhouse has introduced online ordering and will be offering delivery in the coming days. Many of the restaurant’s signature dishes, including hamachi shots and wagyu steak, are on the menu.