Updated April 3 at 4:18 p.m. I’ll be updating daily, so check back again. If I haven’t gotten to your request, please be patient. Thank you! Also, by the sheer amount of responses I’ve received thus far, I think it’s clear that most restaurants are pivoting to pickup/takeout. If there’s a restaurant you love, give them a call or shoot them an email; I imagine they’d like to serve you food somehow.
We know you’ve stocked up on rice and beans and Pop Tarts all in the name of social distancing. But let’s be honest, there will come a time when only a restaurant will satisfy. Lucky for you, many Dallas restaurants are here to help. Some have long offered takeout, others have recently gotten on board considering whatever this “new normal” is. And as of March 16, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has banned groups of 50 people or more, and has mandated bars and restaurants close dining rooms (drive-through, delivery, and takeout is still allowed).
We’ll try to keep this as up-to-date as possible as we get word of more specials. Will this be completely comprehensive? Much like coronavirus news, we’re tracking things day by day and doing the best we can. Keep checking back to this story for updates as we have them. Did we miss any? Email me here.
If you can’t go out and pick your orders, many restaurants rely on third party delivery services to get their meals to you. UberEats has waived delivery fees to make it easier to order from local restaurants. And Postmates has a new option for its drivers to leave your order at your door, should you so desire, so you need not interact with them at all—in the name of safety!
An open document with a list of restaurants in East Dallas and their offerings, some of which have already been outlined below.
Dallas Farmers Market
As we reported last week, the Dallas Farmers Market presses on with extra sanitation practices in place. That goes for this weekend as well. Farmers will have fresh produce and eggs per usual. What’s new: Food vendors and merchants are setup for carryout and curbside delivery. Visit the DFM website for more details and the lineup of offerings, deals, and delivery options.
Alongside top-notch coffee, you can order Ascension family meals or boxes to go with breakfast tacos, avocado toast, or Aussie bacon and egg roll. With any food purchase, wine and beer is 50 percent off along with mimosa carafes for $10. Call your nearest location to place an order. Delivery (free with $25 purchase) through DoorDash.
Ai Sushi Sake Grill
Sushi, Korean spicy bulgogi, Chinese lo mein—satisfy all those pan Asian cravings. The Oak Lawn spot’s doing takeout and delivery via all the major third party services.
Now offering curbside pickup and free delivery within a three-and-half-mile radius of both Oak Lawn (214-209-2201) and North (972-239-3400) locations. Per the restaurant, preferably lunch entails a $75 minimum order and dinner order’s include at least two entrees. And, yes, you can order from the kids’ menu, too. Hours of operation will be 11:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. daily, and Saturdays 5–8:30 p.m.
The Artisan Craft Kitchen and Terrace Bar
You can order takeout or delivery through ChowNow or Postmates to enjoy The Artisan’s menu of flatbreads, sandwiches, and more. They offer beer, wine, and a variety of grocery items as well.
Its West Village is the only location open, but open it is: Find the Middle Eastern–Lebanese-Moroccan fare, which is now 30 percent off, available for both takeout and delivery. The restaurant also notes, “We offer free meals to those who can’t afford to eat in these crazy times. We also would like to make Monday Industry Day for anyone who worked for a restaurant and [find themselves] out of a job; they can come over and pick up a meal [for] free.”
Billy Can Can
Email [email protected] or call 214-296-2610 to reserve a three-course meal that’s $35 per person. Delivery is available for residents of Victory Park, otherwise curbside pickup. Wine and cocktails are 50 percent off. Laid-off staff members receive one hundred percent of gratuities. Menu changes daily and is posted on their website.
The Biscuit Bar
The first lesson of quarantine: carbo-load. Take home the Biscuit Bar’s customizable tots and behemoth sandwiches, like The Hoss made with fried chicken, bacon, jack cheese, gravy and honey butter. Call your nearest Biscuit Bar location to place an order for pickup.
Black Friar Pub
The McKinney Street pub has its Irish menu offerings to go from 11–9 p.m. Delivery via Grubhub.
Blue Mesa and TNT
Fajita family pack for four ($50) includes grilled steak, chicken, rice, beans, sweet corn cake, sweet potato chips, and condiments. But the whole regular menu is available as well. Pick up orders curbside at your nearest Blue Mesa Grill (locations here), or get orders of $100 or more delivered.
Bob’s Steak and Chop House
Bob’s on Lemmon Avenue will be offering curbside and delivery services for all to-go and pickup orders. Bob’s will deliver in a five-mile radius and require a minimum two-entree order for delivery. To order, call 214-528-9446.
This cozy coffeehouse attracts everyone from lazy-morning brunchers to late-night bar crawlers craving their fourth meal. Choose from a hefty selection of crepes, omelets, and sandwiches to pair with your cup o’ joe. For all curbside pickup order of $40 or more, receive 20 percent off.
Its downtown Dallas and Lower Greenville locations have delivery via the usual suspects and pickup specials, such as takeout for two for $25 (two dips or salad, pita, two kebabs, grilled veggies, and saffron rice) and family meal for $50, which feeds four (two dips, family-size salad, pita, chicken, beef, veggie, or combo main course, and saffron rice). Add a bottle of house wine or sangria for $10.
Cafe Max, with locations in Richardson and north Plano, is offering their salads, sandwiches, quiches, and soups to go. Call 972-231-5922 to order from the Richardson menu; call 972-403-7167 to order from the Plano menu.
The Neapolitan-style pizza restaurant, with stores in Irving and McKinney, is offering takeout, curbside, and delivery via Favor, Uber Eats, DoorDash, and ezCater. Call (972-915-0001 for Irving; 972-540-1449 for McKinney) or go online to order pickup. Beer and wine to go. Free $10 gift card with the purchase of a $100 gift card.
Char’d Southeast Asian Kitchen
Char’d in Richardson is offering their menu of Southeast Asian dishes like banh mi and chicken curry for delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash, Favor, Postmates, and Caviar. You can also order takeout/curbside by calling 972-803-6455. Their newest special is the COVID-19 Survival Pack, which includes two chicken teriyaki bowls and two drinks for $20.
The self-described “Italian-ish eatery” has reopened to offer curbside pickup of panini lunches, classic dinners, and bottles of wine. To order from the new takeout menu, email [email protected] or call 469-917-9000. Lunch is served 11–2 p.m. and dinner is served 5–8:30 p.m. Wine bottles under $250 are 50 percent off.
Known for his underground dinners with Cajun flair, chef David Anthony Temple, aka DAT, will be making deliveries Thursday through Sunday. What’s on the menu? Roasted duck, andouille, and oxtail gumbo ($20 per quart), collard greens, roasted garlic, and pot likker gumbo ($15 per quart), Nola-style barbecue shrimp ($20 per dozen), cornbread muffins ($2 each), foie gras raclette grits ($15 per quart), and more. Email [email protected] for details and such.
Chop House Burger
It’s taco night Tuesday at the downtown location on Main Street from 4 to 8 p.m., with barbacoa and chicken tinga (a dozen for $40) which comes with chips, salsa, guac, rice, and beans). Call 214-741-2747 to order, and delivery is available via DoorDash, Favor and Caviar. All emergency workers, police officers, and fire fighters will receive a 30 percent discount. Service Industry free lunch is hosted every Tuesday at Chop Burger on Main Street in downtown Dallas from noon until 2 p.m.
Carryout menu includes family pasta meal ($60) or family pizza meal ($50), both of which feed three to four people.
Carryout menu available from 11–9 p.m.
Call the Presidio Junction location to order five pounds of crawfish and get a pound thrown in for free.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
Be still, our baked potato casserole loving hearts, the Dallas-based chain is feeding kids Texas-style barbecue for free on Sundays with any carryout or delivery (use the code KEFOLO when you order online).
Order pizza, stromboli, and more from the Denton pizzeria for curbside pickup or delivery by Uber Eats, Grubhub, or DoorDash. You can also order over the phone at 940-243-3283.
Honey truffle chicken, burgers, pizzas with flair—and ranch (no judgment). Get wine with food orders if you so choose. Pickup orders placed via phone (214-651-4114) or in person Tuesday–Sunday 4–9 p.m. Delivery is complimentary in the Bluffview and Park Cities neighborhoods.
Established in 1955, Dunston’s is Dallas’ oldest steakhouse and is offering curbside pick up at both locations on Harry Hines Boulevard and West Lovers Lane via Favor.
All six stores will remain open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., offering meals with an assortment of sandwiches, soups, salads, sushi and hearty entrees for takeout. The Grill at Eatzi’s serves hot breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The market also peddles wine, beer and baked goods.
Besides offering breakfast and lunch for pickup, the Plano diner is also selling “community care kits,” which essentially consist of pounds of ground beef, chicken, and bacon, as well as pounds of sugar, butter, potatoes, flour. Oh, and also two rolls of toilet paper. Call 469-931-2353 to order.
El Fenix is offering takeout, curbside, and delivery – via DoorDash, Favor, and Uber Eats – from numerous locations across the Metroplex. Call your nearest location to order from their extensive menus. El Fenix is offering its $6 enchilada special every day along with six-packs of beer to go. Buy a $25 gift card and receive a free enchilada plate.
Fat Straws Bubble Tea Co.
Order bubble tea classics like coconut milk tea, taro milk tea, and thai milk tea online from one of Fat Straws’ three locations. Delivery and takeout available. Menu available here.
Flower Child’s hippie vibe is apparent in both its bright, punchy interior and its health-conscious menu. The food is largely plant-based, and most options are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free. So should your self-isolation require something a bit more healthy, Flower Child’s offering curbside pickup, takeout, and delivery (via DoorDash) at all four DFW locations with 35 percent of to-go orders online.
Fireside Pies will be offering curbside services for all to-go and pickup orders. When you arrive: Call your Fireside Pies location, provide the make and model of your car, and the name the order is under.
Family Thais Asian Bistro
Located in Dallas’ West End, this Thai restaurant with an enormous menu is now offering everything from tom-yum soup and bubble tea to crepes and macchiatos via Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash, and Favor. You can also call 972-773-9950 to order takeout.
Georgie Butcher Shop
With a street-facing open window, Georgie Butcher Shop is now serving a menu comprised of dishes from its sister restaurants: Georgie by Curtis Stone, Le Bilboquet Dallas, and Up on Knox. Find the new and abbreviated menu here. Call 469-466-8263 to order curbside pickup (free delivery is available for orders over $20 and within a two-mile radius). The Butcher Shop is also offering an extensive list of grocery items like cured meats, pickles, salsas, stocks, and juices. Wine is 60 percent off.
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is delivering pizzas until 3 a.m. and selling beer to go. To order delivery or takeout over the phone (their preferred method), call 214-826-5404 for the original Greenville Ave location or 214-324-2726 for the Peavy Road store. You can also order delivery via Uber Eats, Favor, DoorDash, or Postmates. Or just order online, for either takeout or delivery.
Goodfriend Beer Garden and Burger House
It’s not Goodfriend anymore, it’s Good Citizen. Open from 4–10 p.m., the new takeout and curbside pickup sandwich shop also offers delivery to Dallasites inhabiting the triangle between Central Expressway, I-635, and I-30. Menu available on their website.
Order brick-oven-baked pizzas online for delivery or takeout – or order delivery with DoorDash or Uber Eats – from the Grimaldi’s Pizzeria locations at Park Lane, West Village, and Highland Village.
Harvest Seasonal Kitchen
The locally focused restaurant in McKinney is making a version of its menu available through curbside pickup or free delivery. Call 214-726-0251 to order. For delivery, there is a $50 order minimum, an automatic 20% gratuity, and the delivery location must be within a 10-mile radius of the restaurant.
Award-winning food from one of Dallas’ best restaurants and we don’t even have to put our fancy pants on? Yes, please. Matt McCallister announced Homewood at Home, which are four-course family meals to go ($40 per person). It launches Tuesday, March 17. Watching the Homewood website for menu announcements and course options. Call 214-434-1244 to place an order
The Holy Grail Pub
The Plano pub’s lunch and dinner menus—think gravy fries, ghost pepper chili, shepherd’s pie—will be available for to-go orders beginning Wednesday, March 18. Call 972-377-6633 to place your order, then pull up in the Holy Grail’s porte-chochere next to the outdoor patio to pick up your food without ever leaving your car. Valet pickup hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Korean eats, bento boxes, ramen, and more. The deal: 15 percent off with the code HUNGRYBELLY for a one-time use now until Sunday.
The barbecue joint, with stores in Frisco and McKinney, is now taking to-go and delivery orders. Call 972-548-2629 to order from the McKinney location; call 972-377-2046 to order from the Frisco location. McKinney menu available here. If you’re looking for other ways to support, you can purchase apparel, gift cards, and sauces and seasonings from their online store.
Takeout and pickup for its regular menu.
Call 214-361-0100 to order pickup—or to arrange for delivery—from this Park Cities Italian restaurant’s all-day menu of salads, sandwiches, and house-made pastas. Beer, wine, and cocktails are also available to go.
Call 214-716-2610 to order family style meals from the Richardson location of Jasper’s; call 214-559-3111 to do the same at the Uptown location. Both locations are also offering three $40 “quarantine survival kits,” which are baskets of fresh produce, necessities (like toilet paper), and cooking tips. The survival kit contents, rotating weekly, are announced on Jasper’s Richardson and Uptown Instagram feeds between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. Wine bottles are 50 percent off at both locations. Jasper’s Uptown is offering a free $15 gift certificate with the purchase of a $50 gift certificate.
Jaxon Texas Kitchen and Beer Garden
The Downtown beer garden is offering takeout (call 214-838-1422 to order) or Grubhub delivery of Texan-inspired dishes such as black eyed pea hummus, wagyu burgers, and barbecue sandwiches and platters. They’re also offering family style barbecue packs. Best of all, you can get $2 toilet paper rolls and 375 milliliter bottles of specialty cocktails like cosmos, ritas, and old fashioneds.
Khao Noodle Shop
Curbside pickup, delivery, and e-gift cards rolling out Thursday, March 18.
Limited menu available for takeout or curbside pickup from 5–10 p.m. daily at the Dallas location only. Call 214-443-9339 to place your order.
One of many butchers still open, Knife’s Plano location is selling cuts of meat for customers to cook at home. Place your order online. Allow Knife 24 to 48 hours to process the order, then go pick it up when the meat is ready.
Las Almas Rotas
Call 972-685-5666 or order online to enjoy tacos, burritos, elotes, beer, and Takis Fuego (seriously—the sell them to go!). Curbside only, but you can set up your pickup time in advance.
They’ve got curbside pickup. Call 972-863-7900 for that good Uptown Tex-Mex.
Liberty Burger’s to-go options include all specialty burgers that can be substituted for any protein, including beef, bison, chicken, lamb, turkey, ahi tuna, veggie and Impossible meat. They also offer a variety of salads, sides and a kids’ menu. Online orders can be placed for curbside pickup here or DoorDash, Grubhub, Favor, Postmates, and Caviar.
Similar to The Market at the Dallas Farmers Market, Legacy Hall in Plano has numerous restaurants inside, some of which will remain open. Roots Chicken Shak, Hōru Sushi, Chef Chins Hibachi Ramen, Whisk & Eggs, Forno Nero, and Shawarma Bar are all open and receiving walkup to-go orders.
Serving the lighter fare of Southern France, Lavendou offers delivery and pick up orders with full lunch and dinner menus available. Call 972-248-1911 to order (11:30–2 p.m. for lunch and 5:30–8 p.m. for dinner).
Local Yocal BBQ and Grill
Full menu of barbecue, burgers, salads, sides, anything cheesy—it’s all available for online ordering and curbside pickup.
The Trinity Groves restaurant offers small bites such as elotes, pork belly, and blistered shishito peppers for delivery via Uber Eats. You can also order takeout over the phone by calling 214-238-0551. Menu available here. Through March 31, you can get a free elote with any purchase by uttering the phrase, “Butter me up!”
This “old school cafenew school diner” in Oak Lawn is open for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery via Favor. Call 214-522-3500 to order from their menu of all-day breakfast, sandwiches, burgers, and more.
The modern Mediterranean restaurant is doing takeout and curbside at its Dallas and Richardson locations as well as delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, Favor, Postmates, and DoorDash. They are also offering free delivery service through their website and the Luna Grill Rewards App.
Maple Leaf Diner
This Canadian-themed diner is slinging both to-go breakfast and dinners that can feed a family of four for $35. Take home a breakfast buffet (pancakes, eggs, biscuits, sausage, bacon, yep jam, too) or dinner (hand-breaded chicken breast topped with creamy white gravy served with vegetables, mashed potatoes, and homemade rolls). Call 214-434-1626 to place an order for curbside pick up.
The chain’s slate of sandwiches (light fried chicken, pork belly banh mi, “elevated” turkey club) and healthful salads are archetypical lunch fare. Even you find yourself working, and thus lunching, from home these days, you can order online and pick up later.
Mot Hai Ba
Take home chef Peja Krstic’s ingenious twists on the northern Vietnamese cuisine via curbside pickup and free delivery within three-mile radius. Delivery via Caviar and Favor or call 972-638-7468.
Swing by the Deep Ellum for Paula Lambert’s award-winning cheese at farmers market prices: $20 for three cheese, $25 for four, $30 for five. Call 214-741-4072 or email [email protected] to order curbside pickup. What else: homemade lasagna (two pounds for $15) and pizzas (12-inch pie for $14).
The Dallas gastropub is offering curbside pickup and takeout (Uber Eats and DoorDash for delivery) for food as well as beer and wine. Choose from a special menu that includes Moth favorites from shrimp and grits to grass-fed burgers. Call 214-628-7900 to make your order.
The Lakewood location of Meso Maya, one of Dallas’ classic Mexican restaurants, is now open for curbside pickup. Delivery is also available for orders over $25 and made within a seven-mile radius of the restaurant. Call 469-998-1182 to order from their extensive menu that includes bar kits to-go.
Miriam Cocina Latina
Enchiladas, tacos, and other Miriam favorites will arrive curbside quick and contact-free. Call (214)855-5275 to order.
MoMo Italian Kitchen
You don’t even have to leave your car to get an order of pappardelle Bolognese or seafood risotto. The full menu is available while supplies last, just call 972-234-6800 to place your order and again when you arrive to pick it up. MoMo will bring the food directly to you and process payment at your car. The best part: You can also order beer and wine to go.
Mordisko and Salsa
Venezuelan food truck street foods like arepas, patacones, and pepitos via delivery and pickup at both its original trailer in Garland and its new location in Far North Dallas. Text or call 786-416-5763 to place an order, or use Grubhub or UberEats. Follow the Mordisko and Salsa Instagram for more information.
Mutts Canine Cantina
The menu of sandwiches, breakfast tacos, snacks, shakes, and alcoholic beverages is available for delivery via Favor or for takeout at either the Uptown or the Fort Worth location. And don’t forget your four-legged friend: MUTTS offers dog-friendly “pupsicles” and beef franks. You can even enjoy your takeout order at the cantina’s dog park with the purchase of a membership or day pass.
Namo’s to-go boxes make takeout simple: Choose three prix fixe options of four rolls and sashimi. For large sushi-loving groups the “Super Namo” get you 10 rolls of your choice for $90. Order online.
Call 469-730-2400 to order from this Mediterranean-American-Asian fusion menu. They’re even offering 20 percent off food and 50 percent off wine. Receive a $20 gift card for every $100 gift card purchased. Delivery only on orders over $50.
Off the Bone Barbecue
The Cedars barbecue joint’s giving 10 percent off all pickup orders now until April 30, though available through delivery via DoorDash and Postmates. (Keep in mind temporary hours Mon–Wed 11–4 p.m., Thu–Sat 11–7 p.m.)
The taqueria whose name is the exact thing I exclaim whenever I’m within eating distance of tacos will be offering curbside pickup or delivery (UberEats, DoorDash, Caviar, Grubhub, Favor, Postmates) at both of its locations in Richardson and The Colony. $1 tacos on Tuesdays.
One90 Smoked Meats
Located at Northwest Highway and Easton, One90 is making their full menu available for delivery by Uber Eats as well as pickup. Call 214-346-3287 to order takeout. Aside from offering free toilet paper with each order, One90 is also offering 20 percent off packaged meats.
The family bundle ($40) includes four entrees, four sides of your choice, and one gallon of tea. This is available for delivery or pickup. There’s also a build-your-own-sandwich bundle, including one loaf of bread, two pounds of deli meat and one pound of provolone ($25). Original ChopShop is also offering grocery items, including eggs, uncooked brown rice, forbidden rice and quinoa, deli meat and sliced provolone cheese for purchase.
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
Self-isolating need not reduce your steak intake. Get three courses for $45 or two courses for $29. Curbside pickup.
Pho Is for Lovers
There’s nothing like steamy pho on a stormy night. Both Greenville (972-708-1028) and Richardson (469-620-3910) locations are offering takeout and delivery via UberEats.
Petra and the Beast
The Old East Dallas restaurant has a special curbside and delivery (within three miles) menu. Call or text 318-935-0906 to place orders from Wednesday to Sunday between noon and 9 p.m.
The Uptown Mexican restaurant is now offering takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery. To order, go online or call 214-935-5111. Takeout and delivery menu available here. Twenty percent of food, 50 percent off wine, and a free $20 gift card for every $100 gift card. Delivery only on orders over $50.
Chinese takeout is the OG takeout. Royal is doing curbside pickup, delivery, the works.
RM 12:20 Bistro
Erin Willis’ Lake Highlands restaurant is going strong with a special takeout menu (taking orders starting at noon for pick up between 5 and 9 p.m.). Call 214-238-2919 to place your order.
Revolver Taco Lounge
The Deep Ellum taco institution will begin offering to-go orders through its curbside window.
Rex’s Seafood and Market
Order online from either of Rex’s two locations to enjoy fresh seafood from the lunch and dinner menus, which are now available for takeout and curbside pickup. You can also order over the phone (214-758-0566 for Northwest Highway restaurant; 214-272-9372 for Dallas Farmers Market store). Delivery is available for $10 fee. Wine, sold by the bottle, is 50 percent off.
Rick’s Chophouse is now offering curbside pickup and free delivery. You can order from a broad menu of dishes like grass-fed filet, shrimp, and lobster bisque by calling 214-726-9251. If you’re celebrating a birthday or an anniversary, you’ll be provided a special desert and the option to add flowers from a local farmer.
Call 214-730-0596 for takeout, or order delivery with Favor, to enjoy The Rustic’s John Leo tacos or specialty brisket-topped burger at home. The restaurant is also including a $15 “thank you” gift card with every entrée purchased during these trying times. The current menu is available here.
Sushi de Handroll
Full menu for takeout and delivery, from noon to 7 p.m. daily. Receive 20 percent off when you call the restaurant directly at 972-290-0589.
Sababa Mediterranean Cuisine
Falafel sandwich, shwarma, creamy hummus… The Richardson restaurant is open daily from 11–10 p.m. with takeout (call 972-907-8200) or delivery through UberEats, DoorDash, and GrubHub.
Sketches of Spain
Paella to go for $15. The Bishop Arts newcomer is taking orders at 5 p.m. Call 214-484-6006 for pickup instructions and to get Spanish rice in your belly.
Full menu and bakery available for pickup inside the restaurant, curbside, or delivery. Additionally, the downtown eatery will have a family-style menu that changes daily (check social media for updates).
Street’s Fine Chicken
The full menu can be found here and pick up orders can be placed online here. Street’s also offer delivery through third party delivery services like DoorDash, Grubhub, Favor, Postmates and Caviar.
The Standard Pour
Call 214-935-1370 or go online to Standard Door Delivery to order snacks, sandwiches, cocktail kits, and six-packs of beer. Takeout and delivery are both available. Also available are $3 rolls of toilet paper.
Slow Bone Barbecue
The Design District ‘cue joint has more details on its website, but the basics are: They’re accepting day-of preorders online; phone and email orders will be $40 minimum and bulk style only; customers can also use the Favor app for delivery.
Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que
It doesn’t get much more comforting than barbecue. Ribs, briskets, links, the works—order it all via GrubHub or call directly 214-352-2752.
The Greenville Avenue and Richardson locations of Snuffers are offering curbside, takeout, and delivery via Uber Eats, DoorDash, Favor, and Grubhub. You can also order over the phone: 214-826-6850 for Greenville Avenue; 469-998-1479 for the Richardson store. Buy a $25 gift card and get a free burger.
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Sweet Daze Dessert Bar
They’re offering handmade “quarantine cakes” and doughnuts. Which is nice. Proceeds are going towards making “pick-me-up” treats for hospital workers and first responders. Which is even nicer. Pickup only, in Campbell Plaza in Richardson. Mouthwatering menu of soft serve, cake, and doughnuts all made from scratch.
Not sure if you can go a week without tacos? Same here. The Design District spot’s got you covered.
Terry Black’s Barbecue
The Deep Ellum barbecue joint is offering takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery of their smoked meats and barbecue sandwiches. Menu available here. Half-price beef ribs, $2 beers, and $10 six-packs until Sunday, March 29. Delivery by a Terry Black’s employee is available for customers within a two-mile radius.
Toller Patio Bar and Kitchen
The East Dallas restaurant is now delivering wings, salads, and sandwiches via Uber Eats or accepting orders over the phone at 469-608-1780. They’ve even turned their patio into a dog park so that pets – and owners – can stretch their legs while picking up call-in orders. Menu available here.
Right now, the buzzy favorite is running a 15 percent off special on all takeout orders and catering services.
Dallas’ favorite seafood purveyor has a few options going on. There’s to-go curbside pickup for its Oak Lawn and Preston Royal locations. Order anything off the regular menu and snatch it from the curb, hot and ready to eat. Also: Heat-at-home family meals with your choice of grilled shrimp, salmon, or daily catch plus sides; add dessert and wine bottles. Lastly, get TJ’s through delivery services like DoorDash. As an added incentive they’ve got a 25 percent off gift certificate (code is FISH25).
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
The Downtown steakhouse is now offering curbside pickup and delivery. Call 214-744-3287 to order from their burbside menu, or use Favor, Grubhub, or Uber Eats for delivery. You can order either pickup or delivery with Caviar.
The Thai and Japanese restaurant’s extensive menu is available via Grubhub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash. Order online from one of five locations (in Dallas, Plano, Mesquite, and Fort Worth) nearest you. Third-party delivery only.
Market Goods, Wine, and Beer
From snacks to prepared meals to wine, this convenience store will bring grocery needs to your doorstep via contact-less delivery. (Note where it’s most convenient for you, but know orders containing alcohol will still need be age-verified.) See Foxtrot’s store locations for hours and more details.
Roots and Water Wine
Peruse the wine shop’s website, email [email protected] and [email protected], then the humans behind those addresses will bring fun things like bottles of bubbly rosé and Spanish tempranillo to your doorstep.
Oh of course, the spot with taps on taps on taps of wine is offering bottled wine for pickup. Ditto a limited food menu. Call 214-814-8463 to inquire. Delivery is through Favor.
Checkered Past Winery
One of D‘s favorite wine bars has takeout, curbside pickup, plus delivery (DoorDash, UberEats, Caviar). They’ve got the full menu as well as wine and beer offerings. All wine bottles to go are 20 percent off and 30 percent off for wine clubbers (inquire for deeper discounts—that goes for six-packs of local craft beer, too). Call 214-242-0411 to order ahead.
Manhattan Project Beer Co.
The North Oak Cliff brewery’s full menu, including food, coffee and beer, is available for takeout and curbside pickup. Order online. Limited edition beers are available for purchase in a 16-ounce crowlers. Third party delivery will become available in the next week for the full food and coffee menus.
Taco y Vino
Six tacos and a bottle of cava or rosé for $30, also known as the social distancing starter pack. Full food and wine menu available. (Service industry folks, you get 50 percent off all food for the foreseeable future.)
Bar and Garden
Shop online for a quick pickup (they’ll run your order out to you if you’d like!) or delivery. Get 10 percent off whiskey with the code HOTTODDY.
Order your favorite comfort pub food and pick it up right at the curb. Plus: Curbside crowlers of beer to go available at Addison and Cypress Waters locations. Peep the Flying Saucer website for details. (Note: crowlers can only be ordered via phone or at Saucer.)
Messina Hof Winery
The Grapevine location has to-go wine with add-ins (chocolates, gourmet food products, wine accessories). Those within 15 miles can get free home delivery for orders over $50
Steel City Pops
Gourmet, craft popsicles make everything better. It’s science. Steel City Pops is offering free delivery with a purchase of a 12-pop box or more (message via Instagram for discount details).