As you probably know by now, all Atlanta restaurants are limited to take out and delivery service and all bars are temporarily closed. Things are changing quickly, but we do know that restaurants are getting into takeout and/or delivery, and others are offering new specials. We’ll keep updating this guide with more information as we get it, so stay tuned, and stay well. Got a restaurant tip? Email us at email@example.com.
Bocca Lupo is doing a different rotating menu every day. You’ll find a couple of fresh pastas, like black spaghetti with sausage, red shrimp, and scallions and usually some kind of ravioli, along with other appetizers and entrees. Check Instagram for their daily menu and call the restaurant at 404-577-2332 to place an order.
Buttermilk Kitchen is now offering to-go and call-in orders only with curbside pick up. All orders have a 10% gratuity automatically added, which will be distributed amongst the staff. You can also support Buttermilk Kitchen by visiting their online store. Online orders over $50 get free shipping.
If you need a new at-home activity, order biscuit-making kits from Callie’s online store. If baking isn’t your thing, you can also order already-made buttermilk biscuits, jams, spicy pimento cheese, and Carolina honey. Online orders also have the option of in-store pick-up.
Chops has a bunch of different lobster options for pickup and delivery on third-party apps, including lobster bisque and fried lobster tails with butter and honey-mustard aioli, along with other seafood dishes, steaks, and even a wedge salad. When canned tuna and beef jerky is the only surf and turf you’ve had lately, a night of takeout from Chops is the solution.
If you’re stuck inside without a coffee maker, you can still get your caffeine fix from Chrome Yellow Trading Co. They have to-go orders available from 7am-3pm, daily. Order your coffee ahead of time on third-party apps.
Cooks & Soliders is offering a number of different options right now, including a “Bikini Party,” which means you can enjoy the excellent ham, truffle, and cheese sandwich at home. They’re doing curbside pickup and delivery every day - to see the full menu check out their website.
The Deer & The Dove is selling everything you need for a nice steakhouse dinner, whether it’s their housemade butter rolls, some scallop chowder, or a huge strip steak that comes with asparagus and beef-fat potatoes. They also have some stuff to restock your fridge and pantry, like honey, bagels, quarts of soup (including the chowder), and even some smoked meats like pastrami and chicken. Check out their full menu on their website.
El Tesoro now has curbside pickup. They’re offering a taco party to-go menu that includes a taco dinner for two for $29.75 or a taco dinner for four for $57.75. Both come with tortillas, taco fillings, San Vicente rice, onion, cilantro, salsa, frijoles, and churros for dessert.
You can still have your morning bagel, thanks to Emerald City now offering pickup Thursday-Monday from 7am-1:30pm. Orders include a baker’s dozen of freshly-baked bagels and two tubs of cream cheese for $41.99. Visit their website to place an order for delivery.
Fred’s is open for delivery and to-go orders only. Order delivery on third-party apps or arrange a pickup by calling 404-688-3733.
This Tex-Mex spot is doing a to-go menu that includes huevos ranchero, biscuits, or a 24-hour bone-in short rib. You can also get housemade masa for $3 a pound so you can make your own tortillas. They’re only open Friday through Sunday, and you can check out their website for more information.
When you’re heating up frozen pasta for the third day in a row, stop what you’re doing and order a burger and fries from The General Muir instead. They’re now offering a to-go menu, available from 11am-5pm daily.
Jinya is doing 13 varieties of ramen ranging from tonkatsu to their chicken-broth-based option “Slurp Up Cilantro,” as well as dishes like poke mini tacos, pork buns, and a range of salads. Order online for pickup or delivery here.
If you’re feeling fancy, Kimball House has a home oyster pack that comes with a dozen oysters, a Toadfish oyster knife, fresh lemon, cocktail sauce, and a mini oyster cooler all for $55. They’re also offering cocktails to-go and a curbside takeout menu with specials including confit duck leg, flank steak, cornmeal-crusted trout, and even caviar.
Kyma has tons of great options for takeout like grilled octopus, whole fish, and lots of dips that you can get by the pint that come with pita. If you visit their website, you can see the full menu and order for curbside pickup. They also deliver on third-party apps too.
This Candler Park spot is doing three large-format meals with entrees like bo ssam pork, coconut curry beef, and eggplant “steak.” Each dinner can be made for two or four people, so whether you’re quarantined with your significant other or just three of your roommates that you barely know, Lazy Betty is a great option. Check out their website for more information.
In addition to a menu of bar food, Leon’s is doing a bunch of family-style options for delivery and curbside pickup, like marinated tofu tacos and BBQ chicken that comes with mac and cheese. They’re also selling to-go cocktails that make two drinks, plus six-packs of beer and bottles of wine. Check out their full menu here.
Every week, Little Bear is doing multi-course themed menus for two that they’re calling “Just F*ck Me Up Fam” dinners. The weekly specials have already focused on Italian, Hungarian, and Goan food, and each meal comes with dessert and either wine or a spritz kit. Go to their website for more information.
Along with their regular menu of ramen, poke bowls, and katsu sandos, Momonoki has started doing craft cocktails, alcoholic slushies, sake, beer, and wine as well. Order online for pickup here, or you can find them on Uber Eats for delivery.
Order from Murphy’s limited to-go menu, which includes a $45 dinner for four with sides and your choice of a whole roasted chicken, braised beef brisket, or spinach and sausage meatloaf. They’re also providing family dinners to-go and wine to-go from 9am-9pm. Murphy’s also recently launched a GoFundMe for those who want to support the restaurant’s staff.
You can now get Nina & Rafi’s Italian or Detroit-style pizzas by ordering delivery or pick up Monday-Friday from 4pm-9pm, or from 12-9pm on the weekends. Place your order by calling 404-549-8997.
In addition to a long list of Chinese food, this spot along Buford Highway is selling frozen dumplings filled with beef and leeks. You can get 60 for $30, which is some of the best news we’ve heard in a while. Check out their full menu here.
If you’ve ever just needed a pint of banana pudding in your life, look no further. Along with selling cocktails, beer growlers, wine, spicy chicken sandwiches, and daily specials, Ration And Dram is also doing a selection of bulk items like said banana pudding, pimento cheese, and soups. Check out their website for more information.
You can now order Recess’ popular immunity-boosting turmeric tonic via curbside pickup or delivery, seven days a week between 11:30am-9pm. Orders can be placed via Uber Eats or by calling 404-596-8396.
This new Chinese place opened up right before we all had to quarantine. They’re offering a bunch of small plates and entrees for delivery, like miso soup, basil chicken, and even some daily specials like ramen burgers and moo shu duck enchiladas. Place an order for delivery or takeout here, and follow their Instagram for more information.
Southern Belle has a bunch of new multi-course menus, like what they’re calling “Fogo De Chow.” For $58, you get enough salad, grilled chicken thighs, linguica, steak, chilles toreados with fried bananas and chimichurri, Brazilian cheesy bread, and toffee-coffee pudding to feed two people. They have other set menus as well, along with bottles of wine - to place an order and see the full menu, click here.
For those living in and around the Kirkside neighborhood, Sun In My Belly is offering delivery and curbside pick up. Their $10 daily dines menu has everything from breakfast specials (like a scrambled egg panini or pimento cheese omelet) to $10 dinner entrees (including lemon meyer chicken or mushroom ravioli). Order dinner and cocktails to-go via third-party apps or by calling 404-370-1088.
Get Tex-Mex on-demand with Superica’s new delivery and curbside pickup. During this time, Superica is waiving the restaurant’s service charge for orders that are picked up at the restaurant. Order via their website.
This Thai spot is finally open again for pickup. They’re constantly changing their menu, but there are usually around seven different options including one dessert. Follow their Instagram for what they currently have and check out their website for more information, plus some sweet t-shirts and other merch.
Taqueria Del Sol has started doing meal kits for two for around $30. Check their Instagram for what they’re offering plus when they have them available. Some meal kits they’ve done in the past include salsa and chips, a choice between entrees like “Sloppy José Tacos” or jambalaya, cucumber salad and rajas orzo. Plus, the option to add on dessert, like chocolate chimichangas, and a pint of housemade margarita kits.
If you’re looking to go all out tonight with some takeout, Umi’s to-go menu features appetizers, like tuna carpaccio and spicy tuna crispy rice, soups such as nabeyaki udon, sashimi and nigiri, and even an eight-ounce tenderloin. Bottles of wine and sake are also available. They’re doing curbside pickup and delivery within a four-mile radius - call the restaurant (404-841-0040) after 3pm to order.
You can still have a virtual brunch with friends by loading up Zoom and ordering from West Egg Cafe. Their takeout menu is available from 8am-2pm, Wednesday-Friday. They also have mimosas to-go, including a bottle of Cava and a gallon of orange juice. Place your order on third-party apps or call 404-872-3973.