Grange Hall's crudite platter with crème fraîche is almost too pretty to eat.
Homewood is offering to-go meals for families called "Homewood at Home." (Courtesy of Homewood)
Jia Modern Chinese is bringing authentic Chinese food to Preston Center. Photo by Jason Janik
As of Wednesday, March 25, Uchi has entered the curbside pick-up game.
Haystack Burgers & Barley offers burgers in Dallas, Richardson, and Frisco.
Al Biernat's is an iconic steakhouse in Dallas.
Red Stix Street Food recently opened in the Park Cities. Drunken Noods is a popular dish.
Pecan Lodge is offering home delivery and drive thru services at their catering facility.
Sushi de Handroll is offering its full menu for take-out and delivery, from noon to 7 p.m. daily, until further notice. (Courtesy of Sushi de Handroll)
Homemade Linguine Vongole at il Bracco. (Courtesy of il Bracco)
Bob Sambol bought back Bob's Steak & Chop House and is greeting customers six nights a week. Courtesy of Bob's
JAXON serves elotes, burgers, and more.
The creamy white queso at the reimagined Primo's.
The Pacific Salmon Potato Latkes at Nosh.
As Dallas does its part to make it easier to maintain a semi normal routine from home (from boutique gyms streaming classes to free shipping from local shops) in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that’s resulted in the ordered closing of all bars and restaurant dining rooms in the city starting at midnight Monday, more and more restaurants are offering delivery, curbside pickup and takeout options.
The Dallas dining community already had begun graciously introducing delivery options and curbside pick-up services before the dining room shutdown order from Mayor Eric Johnson and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins (which also closes all gyms and movie theaters).
Fortunately, you can still support your favorite spots in these trying times by ordering in instead. We will continue to keep this list updated with new delivery and pick-up options.
Note: Alto is now offering delivery for all sorts of things. “Whether it’s a document, an extra monitor from your office, the last roll of toilet paper from Target, or some lounge-worthy pajamas from your favorite store.” Just request delivery in the app.
As of Wednesday, March 25, Uchi has entered the curbside pick-up game. Starting at 3:30 p.m., call to order from a curated to-go menu. Pick up your fresh sushi or sake (which, along with beer and wine, will be 25 percent off) at the restaurant’s Maple Avenue entrance from 4 to 8 p.m.
4002 Oak Lawn Avenue
Starting on Tuesday, March 17, Homewood will introduce family to-go meals called “Homewood at Home.” Four courses will cost $40 a person and course details will later be posted online. To place an order, call 214-434-1244.
Jia Modern Chinese
8411 Preston Road, Suite 132
Available now for delivery and curbside pickup, Jia Modern Chinese is working with Uber Eats, Favor, GrubHub, and Postmates to have their menu full of dumplings, spring rolls, and traditional Chinese dishes delivered to your door. Jia is also offering frozen dumplings to steam at home.
4217 Oak Lawn Avenue and 5251 Spring Valley Road
Al Biernat’s has rolled out a new menu with kids options available for free delivery and curbside pickup at its Oak Lawn and North locations. They’ll deliver in a 3.5 mile radius of both locations and require a minimum two-entree order for delivery. To place your order call Al Biernat’s Oaklawn at 214-219-2201 or Al Biernat’s North 972-239-3400.
Red Stix Asian Street Food
6501 Hillcrest Avenue
Take-out is available at Red Stix Asian Street Food. Order your Drunken Noodles or Bahn Mi sandwiches online and pickup from the outside window. Eater Dallas reports that Red Stix is also offering “vacuum-sealed packages of her Vietnamese-style meat skewers (among other dishes) that diners can freeze and eat later.”
Jimmy’s Food Store
4901 Bryan Street
The classic East Dallas Italian market Jimmy’s Food Store decided to stop in-store dining until further notice even before the city-wide order. They are still offering sandwiches to-go. Make sure to browse online before ordering to check that they still have certain things in stock as a lot (like pizzas and meatballs) are low on supply.
Whisk Crepes Cafe is now offering a curbside delivery menu everyday from 8am to 3pm. On their Instagram the cafe advises: “Call us, place your order, we will process payment and bring food to your car window! Starting Tuesday we will deliver all orders over $50!” This menu includes items like savory crepes, sweet crepes, breakfast sandwiches, and packages including food and drink.
MoMo Italian Kitchen
8989 Forest Lane, Suite 130
Curbside pickup is now being offered at MoMo Italian Kitchen. All you have to do is call when you arrive and a staff member will bring your food to your car and process payment there. Call 972-234-6800 to place an order. Or, if you don’t want to leave home, delivery is available through Favor.
Haystack Burgers & Barley
3838 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 175
Haystack Burgers & Barley is now offering curbside pickup straight to your car at their Dallas, Richardson and Frisco locations. Through their app or website, you can order online and once your order is ready and you’re at Haystack, give them a call and your food will be brought straight to you.
Del Sur Tacos
720 E. Jefferson Boulevard
Give Del Sur Tacos in Oak Cliff a call and they’ll have your tacos ready for curbside pickup. They also have delivery available for orders over $50.
Manhattan Project Beer Co
2215 Sulphur Street
Craft brewery and coffee shop, Manhattan Project Beer Co, also has a scratch kitchen and is up and running for to-go orders. So far, coffee and breakfast items like arepas and yogurt bowls are available to order online.
The Market Local Comfort Cafe
13534 Preston Road
As of Sunday, local kosher cafe The Market is offering curbside pickup and free delivery. There are two dinner options that each feed four to six people. Option one costs $80 and includes a choice of salad or fruit, choice of pasta (mac and cheese or mushroom penne), and choice of soup (tomato, vegetable, or broccoli cheddar). Option two costs $100 and includes a choice of salad or roasted vegetable, choice of pasta, choice of soup, and choice of protein (salmon or fried fish).
Place your order by emailing email@example.com or calling 469-677-5424.
Fount Board & Table
New Uptown charcuterie board cafe Fount Board & Table is offering delivery through Uber Eats. You can order coffee, tea, sandwiches, cheese & charcuterie boards and more.
Feed Me Pronto
The new grab ‘n’ go concept in Victory Park (essentially a convenience store reimagined with only organic and non-GMO products) is now offering “porch drop off” for call-in orders of over $100.
4445 Travis Street
A Dallas dining gem, Knox District restaurant Grange Hall is offering takeout orders daily. Keep an eye on their Instagram for updated menus, and call 214-443-5175 to place an order.
Up On Knox, Le Bibloquet, and Georgie
3230 Knox Street, Suite 140
The three restaurants are teaming up to offer curbside pickup from one centralized location, as well as free delivery within a two mile radius. Additionally, Georgie by Curtis Stone opened The Butcher Shop to provide groceries and pre-prepared food. All three restaurants will offer an abbreviated and discounted menu of the most popular items, which will change daily. Delivery is being handled in-house and has a $20 minimum. And, bottles of wine from the wine list are offered at a 60 percent discount. Orders can be made by calling 469-466-8263.
Pecan Lodge (Catering Facility)
1618 W. Commerce
Dallas BBQ haven, Pecan Lodge, is offering home delivery and drive thru service at their catering facility starting on March 18.”Family-sized portions are delivered cold for refrigeration with reheating instructions. A la carte offerings feed a family or four or more for multiple meals. Smoked meats include whole brisket and pork butts and racks of ribs as well as 3 lb. packages of chopped brisket, pulled pork and sausages ($27-$145). Side and desserts including the popular mac n’ cheese, pinto beans, collard greens and green beans are also offered along with Pecan Lodge’s famous peach cobbler, banana pudding and tumbleweed cookies ($10-$40). Prepared entrees and casseroles include enchiladas, tamales, fajitas and oak smoked chicken and vegetable kebabs ($18-$45).”
3311 Oak Lawn Avenue
Classic Oak Lawn restaurant Parigi is offering to-go meals starting with lunch Monday. To order, call 214-521-0295 and when you arrive, staff members will bring the food out to you. Parigi will be offering soups, grilled chicken, mashed potatoes and veggies, beef bourguignon with celery root purée, peach cobbler and more.
Sushi de Handroll
8041 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 820
Sushi de Handroll is offering its full menu for take-out and delivery, from noon to 7 p.m. daily. For those who call the restaurant directly or walk in and order, the restaurant is offering a 20% discount. The North Dallas temaki and tempura bar (in The Hill development) is also offering 20% off the purchase of gift cards. No minimum purchase is required for either special. Call 972-290-0589 or visit sushidehandroll.com.
8416 Preston Center Plaza
Food and wine is now being offered through delivery services with Alto. Either for home or office deliveries, you can order by calling 214-361-0100.
Bob’s Steak & Chop House
4300 Lemmon Avenue
Bob’s Dallas on Lemmon Avenue will be offering curbside and delivery services for all to-go and pickup orders. Bob’s will deliver in a 5-mile radius and require a minimum two-entree order for delivery. To place your order, call Bob’s Steak & Chop House Lemmon Avenue at 214-528-9446.
3656 Howell Street
The Rustic is offering takeout and delivery through Favor and will be including a $15 gift card with every entrée purchased during this time. The Rustic is also donating a second Hot Chicken & Cheese sandwich for every one donated to a local hospital worker.
Free delivery service at all locations with a minimum order of $25. Bottles of wine, sake and beer are available for order at all locations except Oak Lawn. Links to order are the same as curbside pickup links.
Hudson House is offering delivery via Favor, as well as curbside pickup from noon to 8 pm on Tuesday through Sunday. Wine can be ordered to-go and dishes like sandwiches, plates, and chopped salads are available. To order, call 214-583-2255 (Highland Park) or 214-702-5002 (Addison).
5007 W. Lovers Lane
Drake’s is now offering a curbside menu from Tuesday to Sunday (4 pm to 9 pm) including cauliflower, BBQ ribs, pizzas, honey truffle chicken, The Louie Burger, and more. Wine can also be ordered to-go. To order, call 214-651-4114.
2000 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Available for lunch and dinner, diners can just call Savor directly (214-306-5597) and in less than 30 minutes, you can have a hot meal brought straight to your car. Savor’s current hours of operation for curbside pickup are 12-1:30pm and 6-7:30pm.
Street’s Fine Chicken
3857 Cedar Springs Road
Street’s is a southern chicken house serving up southern classics all with French flair. The menu included crispy tenders, salads, sandwiches, roasted and toasted chicken and French fried chicken. The full menu can be found here and pick up orders can be placed online here. Street’s also offers delivery through third party delivery services.
3531 Oak Lawn Avenue
Iconic Dallas diner Lucky’s is offering curbside pickup and free delivery via Favor.
JAXON Texas Kitchen & Beer Garden
211 S. Akard Street
New beer garden at AT&T Discovery District, JAXON, is offering Family BBQ Packs and an a la carte menu with appetizers, salads, BBQ meats, BBQ sandwiches, entrees, sides and desserts for curbside pickup and free delivery. Call 214-838-1422 to place your pickup or delivery order.
TJ’s Seafood Market
TJ’s is offering curbside pickup at both the Preston Royal and Oak Lawn locations, as well as delivery through Uber Eats. To order pickup, call 214-691-2369 (Preston Royal), 214-219-3474 (Oak Lawn), or order online.
17630 Preston Road
Blu’s Barbeque, a 45’ shipping container-turned-BBQ restaurant that opened in North Dallas last year is now offering pick up orders through their new walk-up window. BBQ orders can be placed at the window or online. The first 50 people can get a 20% discount using the promo code: 20off. Blu’s is also selling bulk meat in a vacuum-packed package at a discounted price if you want to store and save food at home.
921 N. Riverfront Boulevard
In the Design District, Foxyco is offering curbside pickup and free delivery within three miles. They’re offering a family style menu for larger portions to share or reheat. The regular menu is also still available. Beer and wine is available to-go. They’re also offering 15 percent off pickup orders and gift cards.
Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge
3309 McKinney Avenue
Primo’s is offering 20 percent off pickup orders with family-size orders of fajitas, enchiladas, tacos and nachos, along with chips, salsa, and queso. There’s a $50 minimum order for delivery. To order, call 214-935-5111.
8611 Hillcrest Road, Suite 100
Order from the full Nosh menu for curbside pick-up and delivery. The restaurant will offer 20 percent off pick-up orders. Deliveries will be made within a 2-mile radius of the restaurant. Call 469-730-2400 to order.
4011 Villanova Drive
Tex-Mex newcomer Muchacho is offering takeout from its to-go menu. From fajitas and tacos to enchilada dinners and soups and salads, you can order either for lunch or dinner. They’re also doing alcohol to go like margaritas, beer and wine.