RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Are you having a hard time deciding on where to get takeout from? 8News has updated this list of local restaurants offering delivery, takeout and even to-go drinks to make your decision easier.
Back in March, Mayor Levar Stoney and his administration recommended that “all restaurants, bars, and other establishments that serve food and drinks within city limits eliminate bar seating, move tables at least six feet apart and limit their on-site service to 50 percent of their normal capacity.”
“This measure is taken in an abundance of caution and in the interest of the health of restaurant patrons and staff,” Mayor Stoney said. “I urge you (the public) to keep ordering takeout and delivery and consider buying gift-cards for future use.”
Here’s a list of restaurants still open during the pandemic and offering takeout, delivery and or to-go cocktails:
This list was updated on April 23, 2020. If you know of any other restaurant that is offering delivery, take-out or to-go drinks during COVID-19, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asado’s is open for delivery and pickup! You can also get one of their signature margaritas to go in a mason jar. The RVA favorite is offering their daily special online. Click here to place an order or check out their hours.
Craving Chinese food? The modern Chinese kitchen and bar in Scott’s Addition is open for pick-up and deliveries through CHOP CHOP. Get FREE no contact delivery when you use the code: Safety. You can start ordering at 4 p.m.
Joe’s Inn Bon Air is opening Thursday, May 6 for delivery and takeout! Call to order at 804-320-9700.
Are you craving Mexican and Chinese? Well now you don’t have to decide. Wong Gonzales is offering pickup and delivery! They are open daily from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Do you want some authentic Mexican food? Order from La Bamba in Shockoe Bottom. They are serving a variety of popular dishes and they even have a La Bamba Dinner for two for only $18.35. Check out their menu here and order now!
Enjoy southern cuisine for lunch or dinner. Big Herm’s is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday-Thursday. On Fridays they are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. You can order on Grub Hub, Uber eats, Chop Chop or pick up at 315 N. 2ND Street.
Richmond’s premier soul food restaurant is offering delivery through DoorDash and Grub Hub.
Southern Kitchen is back by popular demand! The restaurant is offering curbside and to-go delivery only. You can get to-go beer and wine at curbside pick up. If you can’t make it to the restaurant you can order on Uber Eats!
Craving unique tacos? Soul Taco in Shockoe Slip and Jackson Ward are open for carryout and delivery!
Craving a burger for dinner? You can order Burger Bach for carryout or delivery through Doordash Grubhub or Ubereats! Order can be made by calling the restaurant or on their website.
Hours of operation: 12pm-8pm every day
Salt and Forge, located in the historic Jackson Ward is offering takeout and delivery from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Saturday’s you can pick up some delicious biscuits or lunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here to place an order.
The restaurant is still operating its food truck and booking night dinners in neighborhoods around Richmond.
Santiago Pizza and Grill in Ashland is offering takeout, delivery and curbside services. Call (804)299-2619 or (804)496-6275 to place your order. Their hours are listed below:
- Sunday through Thursday 11:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m.
- Friday & Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
The Bombay Company general manager Paul Singh announced via email that the restaurant has closed its dining hall. Take-out orders will still be processed Monday-Saturday 5 p.m. through 8 p.m. To order, call (804) 226-4785.
From noon to 9 p.m. World of Beer is offering 50% off for first-line responders for carry out and Uber Eats. Call 804-767-7771 to place an order.
The Savory Grain is offering $35 family meals that serve 4-6 people. They also have their full menu available for curbside pick up or delivery.
Southbound will be transitioning to a Take-Out only menu for the next couple of weeks.
“This will include family-style meals with beer and wine options. We are going to make the best of this situation by offering fun, new menu items that are both convenient and healthy! Look for daily menu updates on www.southboundrva.com and our social media outlets.”
One of RVA’s favorite southern cuisine restaurants — Julep’s — will be offering curbside and delivery services on beer and wine. Lunch/dinner will be served Monday-Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Visit Juleps.net for a full menu. To order for curbside or delivery, call 804-378-3968.
On the Rox is open for pickup only/cash only. The popular Shockoe Bottom spot is offering brunch and to-go drinks.
Casa del Barco is offering take-out and delivery through door dash. Click here to place an order.
Brenner Pass, Chairlift, and Metzger Bar & Butchery will be closed for the time being. The restaurants will be serving food to go for curbside pick up. Dinner for four includes a main course, 2 sides and dessert for $60.
Tazza Kitchen in Scott’s Addition is offering curbside take-out with online ordering and limited delivery.
Stir Crazy Cafe in the city’s Northside will be offering a take-out only with curbside service. Customers can call in and place their orders. The cafe is also taking orders through email. If you’re hungry and want some Stir Crazy, order here.
During this time, Nota Bene will be offering a daily changing menu available for curbside pickup.
“We will not be offering any “in restaurant” dining. We hope that our pick up menu can become part of your dinner consideration during these unsettling times.”
The steakhouse is offering customers “Steak Kits” in their to-go menu. You can pick up your order curbside.
Breweries offering pickup or delivery:
Adrent said they are committed to flattening the curve. The brewery will be closing their taproom. However, they will have curbside pickup and delivery orders.
Drink local and order Buskey Cider! If you place your order before 12 p.m. it will be delivered or available in the taste room the same day. If you have questions email them at email@example.com.
Starting Tuesday, March 17, The Veil Brewing will have only outdoor-to-go transactions. The brewery says they will be selling cans outside the main entrance under a tent. All of their pop-ups have been canceled for the time being.
Star Hill Brewery recently opened its location in Scott’s Addition and is now closing to prevent the spread of coronavirus. There will be no more on-site eating and their taprooms are closed until further notice. But, you can still order some to-go beer. Find out more information here.
Here is a list of local breweries still open for business during the pandemic.
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