Local restaurants are struggling as more and more Seattleites practice social distancing in an effort to contain the coronavirus. Several, including Arriba Cantina and Local 360, say COVID-19 played a role in their recent decisions to close for good

In the wake of governor Jay Inslee's announcement shutting down restaurants and bars across the state, those that remain open are doing what they can to maintain takeout and delivery business (still allowed under the emergency declaration). You want to help, but, let's face it...beans are cheaper than delivery. We'll keep this article updated as we learn of businesses offering delivery discounts and particularly amusing shticks to drum up business during this trying time (though you should also support all the great Seattle restaurants that aren't offering specials).


Addo has launched a meal plan service of sorts: 3 minimal-prep meals and a bottle of wine for $95 per person, ready for pickup or delivered directly to you (and an option to keep the service going).

Rupee Bar has joined in the takeout game with pickup and preorder delivery with a 10 percent delivery fee. The menu is a hybrid of new and pre-existing menu items.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill’s Homer is now Homer at Home, a takeout lunch and dinner operation that runs 12–8, Tuesday through Sunday. Those pitas must make dynamite sandwiches.

Capitol Hill

Cure Cocktail will bring you your "Netflix and chill" accoutrements—wine, flatbread, cheese boards—without delivery charges.

Pick up a bottle of La Dive’s natural wine—and vermouth, sherry, White Claw, homemade bread, and frozen dumplings—for a perfectly stocked quarantine kitchen. The big selling point: Every order comes with a roll of toilet paper. Message them on Instagram to arrange a delivery.

Suika has closed, but siblings Tamari Bar (206-979-8800), and Rondo Japanese Kitchen (206-588-2051) are offering 20 percent off all takeout orders. Look for daily updates on Instagram.

Ba Bar locations in Capitol Hill (206-328-2030), South Lake Union (206-623-2711), and University Village (206-328-1112) are offering 20 percent off phone-in takeout orders and $5 specials daily for any restaurant, bar, hotel, or food industry worker who are employed or recently laid off. The specials (pho tai nam, or vegetarian or grilled chicken vermicelli) are available from 1–5pm daily, and only at the Capitol Hill Ba Bar location. (Industry folks, if the budget precludes even a $5 meal, come in anyway and the staff will figure it out.)

Gift cards for Mamnoon and its sister restaurants, Mamnoon Street and Anar purchased through May 31 will get an additional 20 percent added on ($100 gift cards become $120, and so on).

Bateau is dishing up a la carte items, DIY burger kits, and dinner for two. Check Instagram for logistics, which can vary slightly by day.

Plenty of Clouds sells grab-and-go dishes from 12–9m and the full dinner menu in takeout form from 5–9, every day except Tuesday. Service industry members get 20% off. Order over the phone: 206-279-590.

Tuesday through Saturday, Lark keeps things classy with seasonal four-course meals, boxed up and ready to reheat, for $60 per person (and wine). Details here. Sibling sandwich shop Slab take lunch pre-orders those same days from 11–2, and pizzeria Southpaw is in takeaway order mode (with delivery via GrubHub).

Tavolàta's Capitol Hill outpost and fellow Ethan Stowell restaurant Rione XIII  will package up full dinners for two (pasta, salad, olives, cookies) for $40. All bottles of ESR wine are $15. Pre-order online.

Central District

L'Oursin has morphed into a larder of sorts, opening daily from 11–4 to sell wine and prepped food ("think soups, stocks, chicken liver mousse, cheeses, etc"). You can also order curated wine packages online (for pickup) with themes like "acid freaks," "the hunker-down funkers" or a $40, three-bottle mystery melange.

Chinatown–International District

Call Pho Bac Sup Shop (206-568-0882) to order a "pho now" order of soup served in a stylish takeaway cup. Or "pho later," a pho meal kit to assemble at home. Ask about to-go wine and family-style options, too.


Phone in your order by 5pm and pick up a $45 meal kit for four from Urbane (206-695-1234) in time for dinner tomorrow. Menu changes weekly; check their Instagram for updates

Metropolitan Grill and Elliott’s Oyster House are offering free delivery on dinner and wine. Check out the order forms here and submit via email ([email protected]) or call it in (206-624-3287).

Kimpton restaurants Tulio (206-624-5500), Outlier (206-624-7755), Bookstore Bar and Cafe (206-624-3646), and Shaker and Spear (206-826-1700) are currently providing 20 percent off phone-in delivery and 25 percent add-ons to all gift card purchases ($100 gift cards become $125).

Capital Grille’s takeout menu happens Monday through Saturday, 12–8. Call the restaurant to order (and yes, they’ll totally sell you an uncooked steak to make at home).

All Wing Dome locations are offering an extended late-night happy hour for to-go wings and fries from 8pm–10pm daily. To order from the waterfront location, call 206-623-2066.

Lecosho does takeout Wednesday through Saturday from 3–8pm.


Le Messe offers a la carte pasta, plus a meal for two for $35. Call them at 206-402-6106. (Other General Harvest restaurants are also offering phone-in pickup through March 29.)

Sushi Kappo Tamura's expanded to-go program happens daily from 11:30–2 and 5–8 and consists of its full sushi menu (aka nigiri, sashimi, and rolls) and a discounted nigiri omakase for $70. Order directly through the restaurant and get 10 percent off; all sake, wine and beer is 50% off.


Add Kamonegi to the ranks of restaurants that have shifted to takeout. You can pick up dishes like Japanese curry and katu sandos from 11–6 Monday through Saturday (make-at-home soba requires 24 hours notice). Even better: Kids under 12 get a free onigiri and Yakult.

Uneeda Burger is taking a cue from drive ins: Call in your order (206-547-2600) or order online, then call in with your order number, name, car model, and color to request curbside pickup.

Art of the Table is offering a $60, family-style takeout dinner for pickup anytime after 4pm—herb roasted chicken with roasted carrots and kale, Beecher’s mac and cheese. Call 206-282-0942 to order.

Eve Fremont is clean eating for messed-up times; order online for curbside pickup Wednesday through Saturday, 3–8pm.


Even The Corson Building is getting in on takeaway with a weekly menu available on Thursday and Friday nights (pickup between 4–7). Check it out and order online (and tip the staff) here.


Eight Row’s “isolation essentials” menu focuses on three key items: tacos, pie, and wine. Not to mention work-from-home lunch boxes and an a la carte to-go menu.

All Wing Dome locations are offering an extended late-night happy hour for to-go wings and fries from 8pm–10pm daily. Order online from the Greenlake location.

Madison Valley

If it’s a Monday in March and you’re a restaurant employee laid off due to the “coronavirus debacle of 2020,”, Two Doors Down wants to buy you a burger.

Aglio e Olio will dispense takeout seven days a week from 11–9

Aaron Tekulve thought he'd be opening his new restaurant, Surrell, this month. Instead he's offering a ton of meal, snack, and wine options for pickup and delivery. Full details here.


Brian Clevenger’s $35 two-person meals are one of the best deals going in this new realm. At Vendemmia, they’re available, along with an a la carte takeout menu from 4–8. Check Instagram, then call the restaurant at 206-466-2533 to order.

Red Cow will pack up two diners' worth of chicken dinners, burger baskets, or steak frites for $45-$55, and all bottles of ESR house label wine are $15. Pre-order online.


Whether you’re feeling pizza and wine or just the wine, Queen Margherita Pizzeria is selling bottles to-go for 50 percent off.


Johnny Mo’s Pizzeria is offering two family-style meals, available for takeout. (The difference: $18 more gets you a bottle of white or red house wine.) Get 15 percent off regular takeout orders (206-822-6272) with code “pizza4u.”

Mount Baker

On weekdays, from 11–2, That’s Amore will bring lunchtime pizza and salads out to customers curbside. And every night from 5–8, the restaurant will deliver its full menu from South Jackson down to South Hanford, between Lake Washington and Rainier Avenue South.

Phinney Ridge

Get a 20 percent discount at Setsuko Pastry and Modern Japanese Cuisine if you order directly by phone (206-420-4088) or in person for takeaway.

Pioneer Square

Get 20 percent off your order at Pioneer Square D&E when you phone in (206-445-7472) and pick it up at the restaurant. 

Queen Anne

March 25 was the last day of Canlis as one-stop coronavirus response shop: bagels, burgers and veggie melts, drive-thru style, from the city's most popping parking lot. Now, the restaurant's focusing on a family meal (and wine) delivery, plus CSA produce boxes.

How to Cook a Wolf serves up two-person dinners (pasta or pork loin, burrata and vegetables, salad, marinated olives, cookies) for $40 to $50, plus $15 bottles of ESR wine. Pre-order online.


Sushi Wataru kicks off takeout April 8 with omakase, chirashi, and futomaki.

Junebaby dispenses full meals (including its famed Sunday fried chicken) plus pantry items, side dishes, and drinks (and flips!) Wednesday through Sunday from 3–7.

South Lake Union/Denny Regrade

Ba Bar locations in Capitol Hill (206-328-2030), South Lake Union (206-623-2711), and University Village (206-328-1112) are offering 20 percent off phone-in takeout orders. Call in your order and let staff know whether you’ll be picking it up in-store or curbside—for curbside, call the restaurant when you arrive.

Gift cards for Mamnoon and its sister restaurants, Mamnoon Street and Anar purchased through May 31 will get an additional 20 percent added on ($100 gift cards become $120, and so on).

Willmott's Ghost has a special pizza, antipasti, and salad menu, plus a daily preorder option.

Check Instagram for the daily family-style meal option from G.H. Pasta (two people, $35).

The takeout window at White Swan Public House is the centralized ops for its sibling restaurants, Matt's in the Market and Radiator Whiskey. The daily menu combines dishes from each; find it daily from 11–7. (They also offer curbside service and a kids menu)

University Village

Ba Bar locations in Capitol Hill (206-328-2030), South Lake Union (206-623-2711), and University Village (206-328-1112) are offering 20 percent off phone-in takeout orders. Call in your order and let staff know whether you’ll be picking it up in-store or curbside—for curbside, call the restaurant when you arrive.


Teachers, students, and seniors receive discounts at Julia’s for takeout and delivery.

The Whale Wins is one of three Sea Creatures restaurants open for takeout. See daily menus, hours, and preorder/order logistics on Instagram.

Ethan Stowell's Mkt. preps two-person meals of pasta or pork loin with vegetable sides, polenta fritters, and cookies for $45-ish, plus $15 bottles of wine. Order right over here.

West Seattle

Pegasus Pizza is offering 20 percent off phone-in takeout orders (206-932-4849, use code ALKI).

Lady Jaye's daily meal setup combines something a smoked and meaty main dish with a handful of sides, and feeds two people for $25 (or four for $49). The restaurant preps just 20 a day, so preorder at 206-457-4029 or [email protected]. Peep menus on Instagram.

Buzzy teriyaki newcomer Grillbird set up online ordering for lunch and dinner hours (phone works, too).

Raccolto's daily family meal feeds two people for $35, or opt for the a la carte pasta. Call the restaurant to order.

New menus daily over at Haymaker (including the burger).

White Center

Anju Bar and Eatery ferries takeout orders to the curb from 11:30–2 and 4:30–7. Call 206-397-4669 to order from this menu.


Outside Seattle

Bainbridge Island

At pizzeria Bruciato, the full menu (and wine) is available for curbside pickup, or delivery with a $10 fee. Order online. Buy a $100 gift cards for all of restaurateur Brendan McGill’s spots and get a $20 bonus.


La Bamba in Kent is offering 15 percent off to-go orders; mention this tweet or "say the magic word" ("familia"). Call them at 253-872-7654 for info about delivery options.


All Wing Dome locations are offering an extended late-night happy hour for to-go wings and fries from 8pm–10pm daily. Order online from the Kirkland location.


Ascend Prime has translated its penthouse steak and sushi experience to a series of pre-order meals, from wagyu filets to homier menus of meatloaf or chicken dumpling pot pie.


Beverages (okay, mostly booze)

Elysian is offering free delivery on beer purchases. For each case of beer sold, the brewery will donate $5 to the Seattle Hospitality Emergency Fund. Check the website for gift card deals and pickup instructions for their Capitol Hill location.

Missing your daily commute cold brew? Finca is offering a buy two, get one free sale on its 32oz cold brew concentrate (that’s $32 for 96oz of some seriously powerful coffee). Use code #WFH at checkout.

There are about a million reasons why you might need wine right now. Message them your order of $80 or more (yes, via Instagram) and Marseille will deliver it free this Thursday and Friday from noon to 5pm. 

Champion Wine Cellars is also offering free delivery on six packs of wine this weekend, within Seattle city limits. Their site’s got all the details on how to order.

Over at Stoup Brewing in Ballard, customers can order 32-ounce crowlers (and kegs, no judgment) online for next-day pickup. Cans will arrive March 25.

Dessert cravings stop for no virus...

Trophy Cupcakes is offering free delivery in some locations (it’s usually $20!). Inquiring minds call 206-632-7020, extension 1.

Theo Chocolate has started a new program called “Theo-To-Go”—from 10:30am to 5pm daily, order online or via phone call (206-809-8373) from Theo’s special menu and pick it up curbside at the flagship store in Fremont, or get it delivered ($20 minimum order) for $5 (free if you live in Fremont or Ballard).

Shug's Soda Fountain is selling DIY sundae kits, popup style. Check their Instagram for details


Have you heard about other Seattle restaurants offering deals right now? Email digital editor Zoe Sayler at [email protected] 

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