Capitol Hill's Dacha Diner offers several versions of khachapuri for takeout.

 

While some Seattle restaurants have started reopening dining rooms and patios at limited capacity under the state's latest coronavirus recovery plan, takeout remains the option with the least risk for everyone involved. Some places that shuttered temporarily, like Pike Place Market institution The Pink Door, have recently reopened for takeout, while others, including the unforgettable Il Corvo, have left the building permanently. Still other restaurants are altering and refining their takeout offerings as the pandemic drags on. And, of course, we can still get pre-mixed cocktails to go, so some of us are shopping the drink menu first.

We're keeping this article updated periodically with our pickup and delivery recommendations, from the city's most beloved Jewish delicacies to its most comforting soul food. Scroll down for a list of past entries, organized by neighborhood—this list isn't comprehensive, but you can always check directly with your favorite restaurant to see if it's open for takeout business.

Latest Additions

Takeout biscuits, fried green tomatoes, and pies either sweet or frito-y — not to mention the namesake specialty — keep fans coming back to Fat’s Chicken and Waffles in the Central District. You can order third-party delivery or check out the menu online.

Capitol Hill restaurant Dacha Diner's online takeout menu may not be at full strength right now, but the list still harbors several types of revelatory khachapuri, whose golden dough envelops molten cheese and extras like roasted eggplant. The Eastern European Jewish delicacies also include frozen dumplings, visually arresting herring under a fur coat, and even Georgian sparkling water.

Island Soul is a Columbia City stalwart where Caribbean and Creole flavors meet, juxtaposing crispy Jamaican patties with sumptuous gumbo, bone-in curry goat with fried catfish po'boys. The to-go cocktails, like margaritas and old fashioneds, come in charming bottles, too. Order online for takeout (credit cards only).

At Ballard and Capitol Hill locations of 8oz Burger & Co., you can still relish in garlicky fries, sweet potato tots, and juicy burgers, like the signature 8oz that tempers truffle aioli with caramelized onions and arugula. Order online for takeout.

Until acrobatic burlesque performances can resume inside the cavernous dining room, Pike Place Market legend The Pink Door offers some Italian specials — chief among them the nuanced lasagna, bookended by fresh salad and wine-stewed cherries with ricotta — as three-course meals to go, featuring ingredients from a Bainbridge Island farm.


Older entries are organized by neighborhood below—as always, visit a restaurant's website or social media pages to confirm details.

Ballard

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.

Tom Douglas went big with Serious TakeOut, which serves pizza, sandwiches, salads, and drinks out of his Ballard warehouse kitchen 11:30am–8pm Wednesday through Sunday.

Ballard favorite Brimmer & Heeltap is back, testing a limited prix fixe takeout menu of succulent grilled pork with urfa biber glaze, coconut herbed rice, and spring slaw, plus a few a la carte sides and drinks. Email and phone orders close Wednesday for pickup on Friday, so watch the restaurant's Instagram page for weekly offerings.

Mean Sandwich's Ballard lunch counter is up and running again, which means you can order online and pick up all the smashed double burgers, oyster po'boys, signature Mean Sandwiches (overflowing with hunks of corned beef and pickled red cabbage), and crispy chunks of baked potato you'll ever need.

Ballard newcomer Schmaltzy’s Delicatessen (spawned from the Napkin Friends food truck) reopened recently for pickup of its signature latke press sandwiches and other sandwiches on challah rolls or rye, spilling over with pastrami, lox, and gorgeous schmears. The Jewish deli also carries matzo ball soup, rugelach, knishes, and lox by the pound—and even makes its own bagels now.

Addo continues to be one of Seattle's most dynamic dining ventures, offering dozens of customizable experiences (some pickup-only in Ballard, others available for local or even nationwide shipping), from Puerto Rican and Russian meals to hyper-seasonal 20-course tasting menus and even an impressive selection of pantry items. Order online.

Beacon Hill

Homer is now Homer at Home, a takeout lunch and dinner operation that runs Tuesday through Sunday noon–8pm. Those pitas must make dynamite sandwiches.

Bar del Corso supplies comforting non-pizza Italian fare (and drinks, and $10 bouquets!) for pickup Tuesday through Friday 1–3pm. Order online one day ahead, starting at 5pm.

Beacon Hill hot spot Musang came roaring back to life after a hiatus, offering mix-and-match Filipino flavors like lechon kawali (twice-cooked pork belly with pickled spicy vinegar) and sinigang na hipon (grilled head-on shrimp, daikon, bok choy, and roasted tomatoes) Wednesday through Saturday or a composed feast for two or four people each Sunday. Order online for pickup only.

Belltown

Belltown's vibrant Bangrak Market has Thai street food galore, from flavorful khao soi and spicy, snappy grilled sausage to crab cakes and a half dozen types of papaya salad, all available for pickup or delivery through an online ordering system.

Stock up on storable meals to heat at home or take-out dinners and Sunday brunches from Belltown's rustic French restaurant, Boat Street Bistro and Kitchen, which offers pickup only. The menu options range from French onion and steak puff-pastry pie, curried rice salad, and bread pudding to gluten-free apricot and almond cream scones, cornmeal custard cake, and savory corn pudding for brunch.

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 1–5pm daily at the Capitol Hill Ba Bar location only. (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 noon–9pm and the full dinner menu in takeout form 5–9pm every day except Tuesday. Service industry members get 20 percent off. Order over the phone: 206-279-590. Or online

Tuesday through Saturday, Lark keeps things classy with seasonal four-course meals, boxed up and ready to reheat for $49 per person, and wine. Details here. Sibling sandwich shop Slab takes lunch pre-orders those same days 11am–2pm, 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.

Taurus Ox is open noon–8pm Tuesday through Saturday with a limited menu that still includes its biggest hits—khao soi, that snappy Lao sausage, and a burger that will change your life. Order for takeout, or use delivery apps.

Shota Nakajima's new Taku offers wonderful fried things, rice bowls, and dinners for two for delivery or takeout, not to mention sake and Japanese whiskey.

Take a break from canned corn for your daily allotment of fruits and vegetables: Order online or walk in to pick up a Turmeric Gold (carrot, apple, ginger, turmeric, and orange juice) and a kimchi rice bowl from Juicebox Café on Capitol Hill, and perhaps a bottle of natural wine or a container of beet hummus from the retail selection while you're at it.

Order ahead or try to walk in (good luck) to pick up the food equivalent of a big hug from Capitol Hill comfort food classic The Wandering Goose Friday, Saturday, or Sunday evenings. Each three-piece fried chicken dinner comes with a biscuit, hot sauce, and three sides, like collard greens or pimento mac and cheese, plus you can add on desserts and drinks.

After shrinking operations to its Capitol Hill pizzeria only, Big Mario's Pizza has reopened its Fremont and Queen Anne stores and made its full menu—single slices and all—available for daily pickup or third-party delivery. (Don't forget that if you place your delivery order through a restaurant's website, the business typically pays a lower commission to third-party delivery apps.)

Makini Howell has created a single takeout menu from her two stellar Capitol Hill vegan restaurants, Plum Bistro and Plum Chopped, including a family meal that feeds four. Preorder online for curbside pickup.

Central District

L'Oursin has morphed into a larder of sorts, opening daily 11am–4pm 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.

Seattle Fish Guys does its whole menu for takeout during regular business hours (call ahead: 206-485-7388) but its "fish for the week" lineup is seven days of seafood meals for $199. Details on Instagram.

Chinatown–International District

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

Columbia City

Super Six is turning Columbia City into the tropics again, with pickup or third-party delivery of taco packs, a luau dinner combo, coconut or guava popsicles, and more. You can order online for any evening of the week.

The Comfort Zone continues to dish up soothing soul food inside the Royal Esquire Club in Columbia City, from expertly fried chicken, gizzards, and catfish with greens to shrimp and grits and oxtails with rice. You can add lush extras like black-eyed peas, mac and cheese, and sweet tea to your order, available for curbside pickup or third-party delivery, and hunker down for days.

Downtown

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 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, noon–8pm. Call the restaurant to order (and yes, the restaurant will totally sell you an uncooked steak to make at home).

Lecosho does takeout Wednesday through Saturday 3–8pm.

Maximizing your intake of the famous Copper River salmon while it's in season? The Salmon Cooker on Pier 57 offers the entire fish, smoked—even the small cuts of belly meat, which apparently don't typically make it on the menu—in a family style meal backed up by coleslaw, rice pilaf, and sourdough. Other options for pickup or third-party delivery include crab and carnival snacks like kettle corn and cotton candy.

Cafe Campagne, chef Daisley Gordon's perpetually flawless French restaurant in Pike Place Market, just reopened with a special takeout menu. Email [email protected] to order.

Oriental Mart, a Filipino gem in Pike Place Market, now offers a limited takeout selection for walkup customers Thursday through Sunday 11am to 3pm, likely featuring such favorites as chicken adobo, salmon sinigang, and longanisa. For its timeless appeal and quality food, the restaurant earned an America's Classics Award from the James Beard Foundation this year.

Eastlake

Le Messe has become Haymaker East, modeled after its West Seattle sibling Haymaker. The change shouldn't drastically affect diners, though, who'll still pick from a takeout menu of New American dishes influenced by Italy, from fresh squid ink spaghetti to whole rainbow trout with fennel and brown butter.

Sushi Kappo Tamura's expanded to-go program happens daily 11:30am–2pm and 5–8pm 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 percent off.

Fremont

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.

After shrinking operations to its Capitol Hill pizzeria only, Big Mario's Pizza has reopened its Fremont and Queen Anne stores and made its full menu—single slices and all—available for daily pickup or third-party delivery. (Don't forget that if you place your delivery order through a restaurant's website, the business typically pays a lower commission to third-party delivery apps.)

Tuesday through Saturday, you can order Kamonegi's spectacular soba, Japanese curry, and even a few types of sake for dinner—now for pickup or in-house delivery if you're within the Fremont restaurant's zone, ranging from Upper Queen Anne to Ballard and Green Lake. Even better: Kids under 12 get a free onigiri and Yakult yogurt drink. Order online.

Georgetown

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

Rich, smoky japchae, salmon in dashi, and other customizable Korean bowls are ready for you at teeny Bopbox in Georgetown, which does online ordering for pickup or free in-house delivery within seven miles. In addition to its exquisite bibimbap adaptations, the restaurant also offers house retail items, like daikon kimchi and roasted corn tea, plus alcohol such as cans of tangy rice beer makgeolli or Matchless Brewing beers inspired by Asian flavors.

Green Lake

Eight Row’s “isolation essentials” menu focuses on three key items: tacos, pie, and wine. The restaurant also offers work-from-home lunch boxes and an a la carte to-go menu.

Via pickup in Green Lake or free in-house delivery north of I-90, Frelard Tamales sells hefty versions of its namesake Mexican specialty, with tender corn masa wrapped around fillings like chorizo and cheese, fajita-style vegetables, and sweet raisins for dessert. They're available cooked for immediate consumption or easy freezing, or uncooked if you want to handle the steaming yourself—and you can even add a flower bouquet from a local farm to your online order.

Craig Smith and Pam Cordova purchased the 85-year-old landmark Spud Fish and Chip Green Lake a few decades back and now steward the crisp fillets, fried oysters, and clam strips. Order online for pickup or delivery by July 11, when the restaurant will go on hiatus for renovations.

Greenwood

Coyle's Bakeshop in Greenwood has altered its approach a couple of times during the pandemic, and its latest protocol involves online pre-orders for Thursday or Saturday pickup. Whatever the method, if it leads to more caramelly millionaire's shortbread, ham and cheese croissants, and even whole carrot cakes, we'll jump through some hoops.

Greenwood's reliable 24-7 diner may not be operating at all hours right now, but you can still get North Star Diner's breakfast and dinner for pickup or limited delivery several days a week and then snack on favorites like french toast, burgers, and frozen mojitos whenever the urge strikes.

Haller Lake

Seattle doesn't have many options for Indonesian food, so thankfully North Seattle's Indo Cafe is open for pickup or in-house delivery, free within a five-mile radius for orders over $40. You can call to order a la carte daily, whereas you have to check Facebook and order by Sunday for rotating family meals such as a mackerel fish curry with sautéed bitter melon and black sticky rice porridge.

Hillman City

Homey barbecue classics at Emma’s BBQ are well suited to takeout. The restaurant is open limited hours on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

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 11am–9pm.

Nishino has added lunch and dinner sushi specials geared for takeout; the two parking spots in front are reserved for curbside food handoffs.

The Harvest Vine roared into the takeout world April 15 with paella and various Basque favorites available Wednesday through Saturday, not to mention a marketplace of Spanish pantry ingredients and a whole lot of wine to purchase.

From its friendly Madison Valley storefront, Simply Soulful Cafe serves local, organic soul food using recipes passed down through generations of Black women. Check Facebook for the latest takeout hours then call to order anything from the headliner chicken and waffles to stunning biscuits (with or without gravy) to irresistible sweet potato pie.

Madrona

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 4–8pm. 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.

Magnolia

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

Maple Leaf

Luam Wersom started as a dishwasher at the popular Mojito on Lake City Way; now he owns the joint and is responsible for the excellent Latin American and Cuban fare. Order delivery online or peruse the menu and call 206-525-3162.

Montlake

Johnny Mo’s Pizzeria is offering two family-style meals 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

Weekdays 11am–2pm, That’s Amore will bring lunchtime pizza and salads out to customers curbside. And every night 5–8pm, 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.

Order online to secure Windy City Pie's outrageous deep-dish pizzas, satisfying salads, beer and prepared cocktails, and even well-priced bottles of liquor (including Malört, Chicago's favorite bitter beverage), available for takeout or in-house delivery in a limited range around Phinney Ridge.

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. 

Copal has returned with Friday-night-only cocktail kits and takeout dinner for two (maybe brisket and pineapple or roast chicken, served with beans, guac, salad, and tortillas). Orders close on Wednesday.

While Manu Alfau's namesake Bodega remains closed due to structural issues with its building, his fantastic Manu's Tacos walkup window in Pioneer Square is open for pickup and limited in-house delivery. Order online for stunning street tacos and burritos brimming with beef birria, chicken tinga, and pineapple pork, or buy the components separately to assemble at home when you please.

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.

After shrinking operations to its Capitol Hill pizzeria only, Big Mario's Pizza has reopened its Fremont and Queen Anne stores and made its full menu—single slices and all—available for daily pickup or third-party delivery. (Don't forget that if you place your delivery order through a restaurant's website, the business typically pays a lower commission to third-party delivery apps.)

Rainier Beach

Stop by a strip mall in Rainier Beach Tuesday through Sunday for heavenly baked goods, like tahini-pistachio bars and biscuit sandwiches stuffed with eggs and ham, courtesy of Beach Bakery. It's walk-ins only, so aim for the early side of the 8am–2pm window to browse the biggest selection.

Ravenna

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 3–7pm.

Skyway

The soul food menu at Skyway's Angel City Deli is expansive, hitting high notes from barbecued ribs, greens, and sweet potato pie to frequent specials like seafood gumbo and oxtail dinners. Order online for pickup or limited in-house delivery.

Long a Central District landmark, Catfish Corner currently dishes out fried catfish and hush puppies for takeout as Catfish Corner Express at 11805 Renton Ave S. Owner Terrell Jackson has a YouTube channel that documents the restaurant and progress on his forthcoming location back in the CD at 23rd and Jackson.

Southcenter

The "A&M" of A&M Jamaican Bag Juice and Beef Patty are Avery and Makayla, incredibly young entrepreneurs with exceptional skill, as evidenced by their signature Jamaican beef patties. A flaky crust encases spicy fillings that also include jerk or curry chicken, all of which are available fresh or frozen for easy reheating. Order the patties and juices (in flavors like sorrel ginger) via Facebook for pickup in areas like Southcenter or send a message to inquire about in-house delivery.

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 11am–7pm. The restaurant also offers curbside service and a kids menu.

Mbar offers free in-house delivery or pickup of meal packages for two to 10 people, Tuesday through Saturday.

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.

Wallingford

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.

Kinetic Wallingford spot Pam's Kitchen sells its flavorful Trinidadian fare, such as spicy jerk chicken, lamb curry, and aloo pies, for pickup or third-party delivery. Further brighten your mood with tangy hibiscus juice or tropical cocktails like the coconutty rum drink Trinidad Smash, newly available for takeout.

West Seattle

New Luck Toy

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 like 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 you can opt for the a la carte pasta. Call the restaurant to order.

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

Pre-order is key at Ma'ono, which dispenses fried chicken dinners, fried chicken sandwiches, spam musubi, mac and kimcheese, and banana cream pie, via takeout or delivery, Wednesday through Sunday.

You can't go wrong with the takeout-friendly Chinese American menu at West Seattle's New Luck Toy, co-owned by chef Mark Fuller and Patric Gabre-Kidan, one of the savviest minds (and aesthetic sensibilities) in the biz.

White Center

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

Beverages (okay, mostly booze)

Champion Wine Cellars in Greenwood is offering free delivery on six packs of wine, within Seattle city limits. This site’s got more details.

Washington’s first Black-owned brewery, Métier Brewing Co., has set up online ordering for award-winning beers like Black Stripe Coconut Porter and Belgian Golden, offering pickup at its Woodinville taproom or delivery to a wide range of Eastside and Seattle zip codes with a minimum order of $40.

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 the company's 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 your order of $80 or more (yes, via Instagram) and Marseille will deliver it free this Thursday and Friday from noon to 5pm.

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

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 (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 Instagram for details

 

Have you heard about other Seattle restaurants offering especially exciting takeout or delivery right now? Email digital editor Zoe Sayler at [email protected] 

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