Thursday, March 26, 2020 / by Ken Couture
As Las Vegas goes on lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak, more than buffets are being affected. Our city's great restaurants are now forced to close their dining rooms and rely on takeout and delivery orders to bring in any sort of revenue. In most cases, their very existence depends on it. We're in this together, so if you plan on eating while avoiding coronavirus, you're going to be ordering out -- a lot. Consider the following restaurants a good starting point.
If you don't see your favorite restaurant listed, reach out directly; chances are good they'll have some sort of pickup or delivery system either in place or in the works. It's a tough time right now. You need food, they need money, and we're all trying to avoid each other. Let's eat!
595 Craft and Kitchen
This bar and restaurant is one of the best places in Vegas for San Diego craft beer, so make sure to pick up a few cans and bottles to go. You can also take home the entire menu of bar food, from fried deviled eggs to Banh Mi, or have it delivered by Postmates delivery. Food is 50% off for anyone recently laid off.
Big B's Texas BBQ
Henderson & Summerlin
Ribs, brisket, pulled pork, chicken, tri-tip… it's all here. Get your Big B's Texas BBQ fix with two different locations in opposite ends of the valley. Feel free to customize your own family-style packages. Pick everything up yourself or have it delivered by Grubhub.
Bronze Cafe inside ReBar aims to please, dividing its menu between plant-based recipes and ones directed toward meat eaters. Either way, you're getting great ingredients. Order for delivery via Grubhub, Uber Eats, Postmates, or DoorDash. Stop by and pick up your sandwich or salad yourself, and receive a free two-ply roll of toilet paper to help with your stock at home.
Chef Khai Vu's modern take on Vietnamese is one of the reasons Chinatown is so awesome, and now District One is revising its hours from noon to 8pm with a modified curbside menu. First responders get 50% off for curbside pickup. Seniors and the disabled receive 50% off with free delivery within a five-mile radius.
The brunch spot at the Downtown Container Park has monkey bread, french toast, burgers, and other dishes for delivery 11am-8pm by Uber Eats and Postmates. You can also arrange curbside pickup through the DTLV smartphone app.
Echo & Rig
Chef Sam Marvin is keeping his in-house butcher shop open for select cuts to take home. Meanwhile, the restaurant has a special to-go menu of steaks, seafood, and more for curbside carry-out.
This brand new restaurant specializes in breakfast sandwiches and the full menu, which also includes sweets and coffee, is available for curbside pickup from 7am to 3:30pm. In the wake of school closures, a kids meal (for youngsters K-12) is discounted to $4.99 with a choice of four sammies, crispy smashed taters, and juice.
Chef Shridan Su and wife Jenny Wong are closing Fat Choy and Flock & Fowl during the mandated shutdown, but Every Grain, one of the best affordable lunch spots in Vegas, remains open for curbside pickup. Hardship meals are being offered for those down on their luck. (Text 626-238-7901 for the latest details.) Be part of the chain and help pay it forward. You can even Venmo your order.
Garagiste is a new wine bar in the Arts District with an in-house retail shop, making it easy to stock up on rare and interesting wine during the Nevada lockdown. Join the wine club and receive 5% off half-a-case (six bottles) or 10% off a full case (12 bottles) through May. Just respond to weekly emails and place an order with a credit card or Venmo. All orders will be delivered straight to your car at the curb.
The Asian food of Marc Marone takes equal inspiration from Singapore hawker markets and classic New York Chinese joints. In other words, it's perfect for takeout -- especially if you throw in some bao buns. Beyond that, Graffiti Bao is doing its best to help by giving out free kids meals, taking 10% off curbside pickup, and offering a 30% industry discount. Delivery can be arranged with Postmates.
This Korean BBQ spot usually grills meat tableside, but you can enjoy Honey Pig's food at home with delivery by Uber Eats. It's not quite the same experience, but you can still feast on spicy BBQ pork and kimchi stew.
A new all-day menu features fresh takes on modern American cuisine with curbside pickup or delivery by DoorDash. Family-style takeaway meals serve four for $85 with either meatloaf, roasted chicken, fried chicken, braised short rib, or lasagna as the main course.
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