As the restaurant world adjusts to the COVID-19 pandemic, some Portland spots have transitioned their business models to accommodate to Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement that restaurants will be restricted to delivery and takeout only. The new prohibitions went into effect on March 17, and have been extended indefinitely.
Some bars and restaurants have temporarily halted service. Other restaurateurs are closing their dining rooms and offering take-out and, in some cases, delivery. This is only a stop-gap, and many worry that restaurants won’t be able to survive on takeout alone for a long period.
All that being said, several restaurants have transitioned to takeout and delivery models, or have chosen to stay open with these services as locations close around them. Those who are looking for a restaurant meal while also practicing social distance can find options below; note that this list is not meant to be comprehensive, and will be updated regularly with new options. Those seeking more extensive lists can look on sites like this one. Those looking for more specific categories can peruse Eater Portland’s expansive dining guide for the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes specific lists of brunch, vegan, and pizza takeout and delivery options, as well as suburb-specific guides and more.
One of the carts at the Prost Marketplace pod, Desi is open with a menu including thali plates, masala pulled pork, and fenugreek-marinated shrimp. This cart also offers pay-it-forward meals for those in need. Order online for contactless payment and pickup.
A colorful mexican food cart off of Fremont, Pepe Chile Taqueria is open for business with delivery options through DoorDash. Its menu of tacos, including fish tacos and veggie tacos, plus quesadillas, burritos, and enchiladas are all available for delivery, with a few more options for those swinging by to pick up food. The cart can be reached at (503)710-2334.
Tienda Santa Cruz
The one and only, Tienda Santa Cruz is serving its gargantuan burritos and legit tacos for takeout. It’s best to ask for as much of that avocado salsa as possible. Call (971) 373-8248 for more information.
This St. Johns deli is still open, serving its loaded Italian Stallion and pastrami reubens for takeout. Call (971) 888-4058 to place an order.
This cheery St. Johns holdout remains open for takeout orders, including its no-joke jerk chicken, oxtails, and johnny cakes. Order by calling (971) 888-4058.
This Williams seafood spot has a number of tops spinning right now, including Friday family dinners for four, Sunday brunches with things like beignets and quiche, and shucked oysters to-go. Customers can pre-order meals online for takeout.
This North Portland Peruvian restaurant has returned, with a menu of homey staples like the lamb stew seco de cordero, the yellow-tinted chicken dish aji de gallina, and the squash-heavy locro de zapallo. Order online or call (503) 384-2455 for more information.
This St. Johns Vietnamese spot is still offering takeout via online ordering, complete with pho, vermicelli noodle bowls, and the grand “Viet Platter” — that dish comes with grilled chicken, grilled pork, grill pork sausage, egg rolls, fresh herbs, cucumber, carrots, daikon pickles, and rice noodles topped with crispy shallots and crushed cashews. Those who prefer to call can use the number (503) 719-4288.
This Mississippi sushi spot is open for takeout from noon to 9 p.m. daily, with a killer happy hour all day Mondays through Wednesdays including several $5 rolls. Call in orders at (503) 281-8248.
This whiskey-heavy North Portland pub is offering beer, wine, and food for takeout Thursdays through Mondays from 4 to 8 p.m. Large-format entrees like chicken enchiladas, spring onion risotto, and beef stroganoff are available alongside growler fills; call (503) 284-6669 to place an order.
The North Williams ramen bar, originally unavailable for takeout and delivery, has started serving both. The restaurant’s tan tan, miso, and distinct mala and wasabi smoked salmon noodle soups are available for call-in orders at (503) 477-6016, as well as on delivery services like Caviar and Portland’s local bike delivery company, CCC.
Mississippi Studios’ burger counter will remain open for takeout and Caviar delivery, one of its only forms of income now that the venue and Show Bar have closed. The window is open from noon to 8 p.m.
A relatively newer ramen shop up in St Johns, Mikasa’s menu of ramen and sushi is available for delivery via GrubHub and Doordash, or those in the neighborhood can swing by to order or call one in at (503) 719-7947. The menu is available online, and includes sake to go.
A cozy gastropub in Kenton, Swift and Union is offering its pub menu takeout only. The menu is available on the website, and orders can be called in at (503) 206-4281. All orders are 10-percent off the listed price, and the restaurant has wine bottles and beer growlers to go, as well.
Southern restaurant Miss Delta is offering both delivery via Caviar and curbside takeout with a pretty broad menu that includes family meals, sandwiches, plates, and sides, with items fried chicken, baby back ribs, hush puppies, mac and cheese, catfish, and banana bread pudding. The number for orders is (503) 287-7629.
Mississippi neighborhood restaurant Quaintrelle offers curbside pick-up Wednesday through Sunday, with delivery through Caviar. Menu items change daily and include things like chicken-fried ribeyes with smoked mushroom gravy, prawns with green curry and cabbage, and duck fried rice. Plus, Quaintrelle offers cocktail kits.
Brewpub Ecliptic Brewing has quickly adapted to the new policies, with a website for easily ordering takeout and delivery. Its menu includes sandwiches, family meals, and packs of beer, with all tips going to furloughed workers.
A chic and vibrant lounge, Carina specializes in Mediterranean small plates and comfort food. While dining rooms remain closed, it’s offering its salads, entrees like pasta and fish, and pizzas, plus wine and dessert, for takeout and delivery. Those looking to pick something up can fill out a specialized order form, while those looking for home delivery can find the restaurant on Grubhub or through its site.
This NW 23rd Indian restaurant offers takeout standbys like a balanced tikka masala and various biryani, but the real move is to dig into the menu of Indo-Chinese dishes — the restaurant’s cauliflower Manchurian and chili chicken are both worth a perusal. Call (503) 208-2259 to place a takeout order, or order delivery through Caviar.
This Northwest Portland bar is open for takeout with American standards like burgers, mac and cheese, and fried chicken sandwiches. Even more interestingly, Bantam Tavern is offering low-proof cocktails in mason jars, like Cocchi spritzes and white sangria. Call (503) 274-9032 Wednesdays through Sundays from 4 to 8 p.m.
This Peruvian institution has shifted from celebration restaurant to takeout spot, with a la carte options like lomo saltado and aji de gallina, or a $59 meal for two with a choice of appetizer and entree. The restaurant offers delivery through Caviar, as well.
Chef Erik Van Kley is now offering his posh menu of eclectic fare for takeout and delivery, with things like roasted beets with labneh or miso-cured black cod; plus, the restaurant has a $33 three-course “supper club” option with a choice of a salad, pasta, and dessert. On the wine side of things, co-owner Kelsey Glasser has compiled a list of bottles available to-go, from brut to Barolo.
The stylish, vegetable-focused bistro G Love has closed its sunny dining room, but offers a takeout and delivery menu Mondays through Fridays from noon to 8 p.m. The meals serve two with a number of courses, and there’s an option to take home a bottle of wine, or some N/A cocktail kits, as well. Call (971) 229-1043 to place an order.
Top Burmese will have its entire vegan-friendly menu of curries, noodles, and soups available for pick-up and delivery via numerous services. All of it is available at the restaurant’s website, including pick-up orders. The restaurant is also offering takeout and delivery at its new Beaverton restaurant.
Kashmiri soul food restaurant Bhuna will be serving its rice bowls to go. Diners looking for a bowl of spicy pork and rice or Kashmiri tomato and eggplant from Eater Portland’s 2018 Chef of the Year Deepak Kaul can have it delivered via Caviar, GrubHub, or Postmates, or customers can call (971) 865-2176 to pick up an order.
The sleek Italian spot is offering starters, small plates, and pizza to go, as well as growler fills and discounted wine to-go. The menu is available on the website, as are delivery options, and orders can be placed by calling (503) 946-1853. The restaurant also offers delivery through Caviar.
This Northwest Portland Southern restaurant is offering meals through Caviar and curbside delivery, including big family-style meals and booze to-go. Orders are available from 2 to 8:30 p.m. Call (503) 477-4380 to place an order.
Mexican restaurant Mi Mero Mole kitchen is fully running; diners can come in and order (just no staying in), order ahead for pick-up by calling (971) 266-8575. In addition, its tacos, burritos, and other dishes are available for delivery, along with a number of freezer meals including burritos, tamales, and enchiladas. The menu and delivery service is available on the website.
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Vitaly Paley’s downtown pizzeria and bar is the only one of the restaurateur’s venues currently open, but it’s added some of next door Imperial’s items to its menu — mainly the excellent fried chicken. In addition to some full pizzas, sides like brisket meatballs and the Imperial chicken, The Crown also has baked pastas, salads, and family-sized meals. It’s available Wednesday through Saturday 4 to 8 p.m. and Sunday 3 to 7 p.m. by calling (503) 228-7224 for contact free pickup, and at the same time for deliveries via Caviar.
Hip pho restaurant Luc Lac had closed its doors earlier for renovations, and managed to reopen during the statewide dining room shut down. Its menu remains comprehensive with vermicelli bowls, phở , bánh mì, and rice dishes all available for takeout as well as delivery via multiple delivery apps, available on its website.
A homey Italian restaurant out on Barbur Boulevard, Caro Amico is offering a “lockdown menu” of pasta dishes, including a family style dinner of spaghetti with meatballs or sausage, available for three or five servings. The restaurant is open at 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, and diners can call 503-223-6895 to place an order for pickup or get delivery through Postmates or Grubhub.
For shawarma, mezze, and other Syrian-Lebanese staples, Habibi has held its post downtown for 15 years. The restaurant is offering its full menu for takeout by calling (503) 274-0628, or through delivery apps like Postmates.
This vegan restaurant in the heart of Goose Hollow is doing its own in-house delivery, for orders of chili oil wontons, mapo tofu, and its fragrant namesake noodle soup. Order online for takeout or delivery.
A Southwest Portland favorite for sushi, donburi, and noodles, Sho is open for lunch and dinner via takeout or delivery. The restaurant also offers weekly specials, from mochi ice cream to steak donburi. Order online here, or call (503) 977-3100.
This Southwest Portland food cart pod has a number of carts up and running for takeout, including sushi from Yoshi’s and Indian classics from Big Elephant. Look at the full list of options on the pod’s website.
This popular Portland State University-area Chinese restaurant has remained open for takeout and delivery through Grubhub and Doordash. The restaurant’s cumin lamb, mapo tofu, pork wontons in chili oil, and dan dan noodles are particular favorites — they’re more likely to travel well than the restaurant’s popular xiao long bao.
Those craving sushi can still order takeout sashimi and maki from Murata by placing a walk-in order or calling ahead. The restaurant’s phone number is (503) 227-0080.
This downtown seafood standby is offering its menu of seafood classics like clam chowder and shrimp and grits for both takeout and delivery through Grubhub. The restaurant is also offering meals for two or four to make at home.
An old school favorite in the Portland area, Seasons & Regions is offering its menu of seafood and comfort food for takeout and delivery. Those ordering takeout can check in at a station near the door.
Texas-meets Portland restaurant Bullard has hung up its normal menu for the time being, but is preparing daily meals that serve two or more. The meals include mains, sides, and dessert, and sometimes extras like a next-morning pastry. They’re available to pick up at the restaurant from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and menus and order forms are available here.
Though Cascade Brewing’s taproom in Southeast is closed, its location at SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway will have to-go food as well as to-go orders of its famous sour beers. Anyone looking to pick up an order should call ahead at (503) 296-0110 Thursdays through Saturdays.
Longtime Portland standby Mother’s Bistro & Bar will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery within a ten-mile radius of downtown Portland. The restaurant will be self-delivering, not using Grubhub, Caviar or any other service. Call (503) 464-1122 or order online.
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One of Portland’s top ramen restaurants, Afuri is back after weeks of being closed. A number of its ramen, including the sleeper hit hazelnut tantanmen, plus sushi and some small plates like chicken karaage are available for takeout — with order forms online — and delivery by DoorDash. Afuri also offers ramen kits and sushi kits for groups.
While Southeast Wine Collective has been selling its wines for delivery and pick-up for a while now, the kitchen remained closed for the last few weeks. Now, chef Althea Porter is back with weekly dinners for two-plus people. The dinners are listed on the website, and are available for pick up from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., Thursday through Saturday, and same day orders need to be placed online by 4 p.m.
A cozy, family-owned French restaurant, Bergerac is offering a full French dining experience for pickup and delivery. The menu includes shareable meals to be heated at home, like cassoulet, quiche, beef stroganoff, duck confit, and rabbit stew. Those looking for French pantry and fridge staples or wine can find those here, as well. Orders must be made online by Sunday night for delivery the following Wednesdays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., or pickup at from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Those hungry for some classic bar food can get their fix with pickup from neighborhood bar the Automatic. Its fairly simple menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads, and beer can be picked up on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 3 to 7 p.m. Orders can be made by calling 503-206-5371.
An excellent vegaetarian Thai restaurant, Kati is open for takeout everyday but Monday, with a no-contact window for pickups. Orders for its noodle dishes and stir fries can be placed here, while delivery is available via Caviar.
One of Portland’s top spots for congee, wonton soup, and jianbing is back, with takeout and delivery through DoorDash and Postmates. Customers can order online or call (971) 373-8248. It’d be a mistake to skip a few orders of dumplings.
Stella Taco, the SE Division Texas-style taco shop, has started hawking fajita kits and margarita mix for pre-order. Customers can order things like steak fajitas, fresh flour tortillas, and green chile queso from Wednesday through Friday, for a pickup on Saturday.
This ritzy, eclectic spot is serving both food and wine takeout on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, with dishes like baharat-spiced whole roast chickens, gochujang-glazed pork ssam, and gnnochi bolognese. Order through the website.
The popular Portland Indian chain has reopened for pre-order, two-person meals, available weekly through Tock. Dishes range from things like paneer makhani with lemon rice to chicken curry, with potato samosas and masala chai included. Meals are available for pickup on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Han Hwang’s two food carts — the first dedicated to hardcore Italian-American subs, the other serving his long-celebrated Korean “bibim boxes” — are both open, with delivery, takeout, and free meals for restaurant workers. Customers can call Demarco’s at (503) 573-7876 or place a delivery through Postmates; customers can order Kim Jong Grillin at (503) 929-0522 or order delivery on Postmates.
This pescatarian Latin American restaurant is offering its tacos, ceviches, and jackfruit ropa vieja for takeout and delivery. Eater Portland contributor Waz Wu has raved about the restaurant’s banana flower tacos in the past; those tacos are available on the to-go menu.
A beloved Mexican institution in Southeast Portland, Nuestra Cocina has started offering takeout for pre-order. Customers can call (503) 232-2135 for orders of carne asada, pollo asado, enchiladas, tamales, and more; plus, the restaurant is selling pints of its salsas, margarita kits, and jars of sangria. See the full menu here.
This once-revived spot, known for its all-week brunch, is instead offering rotating dinners each week, with entrees like Nashville hot chicken, salmon tacos, and grilled hanger steak with chimichurri. Each meal is $60 and feeds four; order online for takeout.
Portland’s hot Filipino spot, Magna, is back in action with a weekly rotating three-course meal. The dinners are available for pickup from 4 to 8 p.m, Friday through Saturday, and orders must be placed at the website by noon the day before.
Hoda’s, a Lebanese stalwart in Southeast, has a new menu of family-sized meals available for curbside pickup: kebab packs, make-at-home falafel meals, and hulking containers of rice with beef and chicken. Plus, the restaurant’s menu of mezze, gyros, and shawarma are also available for takeout. Order online or call (503)-236-8325 to place an order.
Those seeking Nimblefish’s Edomae-style sushi can find a new takeaway version of the experience, with donburi, Japanese scallop sashimi, smoked salmon maki, and more. Call (503) 719-4064 from noon to 8 p.m. for pickup; online ordering is available here.
This sprawling food cart pod on SE 82nd is open with a number of carts, including Puddletown Bagels, Suki Ramen, and Pupuseria La Miguelena. Several appear on delivery apps, as well; look for a full list of options on the pod’s website.
Another pre-order option, Xico offers multi-person meals for pickup the day after ordering, with options like sopa de lima with shrimp, smoked rotisserie chicken dinners, and orders of queso fundido or ceviche. Customers pick up their orders at the original Southeast Portland location or at the Northwest Portland Xica Cantina.
From the man behind Burger Stevens, Stevens Italiano offers classic Italian family meals for pre-order and curbside pickup at Dig A Pony. For instance, dinner on April 16 includes chicken parmigiana, rigatoni in red sauce, caesar salad, and garlic bread for a flat $27; the meal feeds two people with leftovers. Reserve a meal here.
Because nothing screams “hunker down” like hearty German food, Stammtisch is offering a number of takeout options, including wienerschnitzel, house sausages with sauerkraut, and its gruyere-topped burger. Call (503) 206-7983 or fill in an order form to place an order. The restaurant is also offering beer to-go.
This food cart pod and market has a number of different options for delivery and takeout, from Tierra del Sol’s moles to Que Bacano’s patacones. Plus, the Mercado is home to a market and bar with growler fills and take-home bottles, for those looking to stock up while picking up dinner.
A classic Portland Chinese restaurant, Pure Spice is offering takeout and delivery through UberEats and Postmates, with a number of hand-pulled rice noodle dishes, noodle soups, and even Peking duck. Pure Spice is a good choice for those seeking both Chinese American classics and more regional Chinese dishes.
This popular chicken and rice shop has closed its westside location, but the SE Ankeny locale is still serving its namesake dish for takeout or delivery. Order on sites like Caviar or Doordash, or order for contactless pickup — you could even throw in some merch like a hoodie or a four-pack of Nong’s sauce.
This Chinese restaurant known for its wide noodle dishes and Xi’an-style burgers is offering both takeout and delivery through Caviar. Menu highlights include the restaurant’s pork-and-cabbage-filled jiaozi and its lamb kuan mian; delivery now includes things like beer, wine, and cider, as well.
One of Portland’s most celebrated omakase restaurants, Nodoguro has transitioned into a luxurious “bento box” model, offering a $65 package of sashimi, a composed rice course, prepared seafood, ikura, salads, pickles, and miso soup. In addition, Nodoguro is offering things like Nodoguro’s ponzu and co-owner Elena Roadhouse’s brand of hand sanitizer, hand soap, and all-purpose cleaner. Orders are available for pickup on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays; interested parties can make reservations via Shopify.
This deeply hip restaurant from the prestigious Relay restaurant group is now offering takeout sporadically, with an eclectic menu ranging from pastas, fried chicken, and Rainier tall boys to ahi tuna burgers and meal kits. The best way to keep track of what’s next? Follow the restaurant on Instagram.
Indonesian restaurant Wajan is serving its aromatic plates, sides, and add-ons both at the restaurant and for home delivery via GrubHub. Those coming to pick it up from the restaurant can call ahead at (503) 206-5916 or visit the website — takeout comes with the added benefit of wine and beer orders.
A swanky Thai restaurant from San Francisco in an old Victorian building, Farmhouse Kitchen is serving its noodles and curries to-go and delivering through Caviar. Ordering is easy at the website.
The intimate Tuscan restaurant Burrasca is approaching takeout a few ways. Individual servings of pasta dishes and containers of pasta sauce are available for same day pickup as long as orders are emailed in at email@example.com by morning. Larger family-sized pasta dinners need to be sent in a day in advance to the same email, and both need to be picked up by 6:30 each day, Tuesday through Saturday. The full menu is available on the website.
While most of Olympia Provisions’ locations around town have closed, the Public Houses on Division and in Oregon City are open, with its full menu of Alpine cuisine available for pick-up or delivery. Those looking to pick up some sausage and beer can call (503) 384-2259, or order delivery via Caviar.
Tusk, Cicoria, and Ava Gene’s
The Mediterranean and Italian restaurants from Submarine Hospitality has a number of items for pick up at the Ava Gene’s parking lot. Family meals, à la carte entrees, hummus, falafels, pizzas, and burgers will all be available, and customers can find the menu and place orders on the new website or call (503) 444-7537.
Latin steakhouse and jazz venue Carne isn’t hosting many musical acts these days, but it is assembling family pack dinners to go. The menus include a choice of two grilled meats, including steak, chicken, shrimp, swordfish, and chorizo, plus sides, with servings for two or four people. Customers can call (503) 206-6075 to place an order for pick-up between 3 and 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, or get it delivered. There are also options for beer and wine.
Just a few short weeks after its long awaited opening, Malka was forced to close its beautiful dining room. It’s maximalist rice bowls are available for lunch pick-up from noon to 3 p.m. and again for dinner at 4 to 9 p.m. along with a few entrees and small plates, plus wine and dessert. Orders can be called in at (503) 899-4245.
Italian hotspot Renata is offering daily meal kits for two, and has a helpful website for ordering them. They’re available for pick-up Monday to Friday, 3 to 7 p.m.
The high end taco shop Taqueria Nueve has launched delivery via GrubHub and Postmates, and has a limited menu for that and for takeout orders. Those looking to stop in to the restaurant for takeout can call ahead at (503) 954-1987.
Ksandek Podbielski, co-owner of the iconic Northwestern restaurant Coquine says the restaurant will suspend dining room service, but now offers a handful of dishes available to order for curbside pick-up through Tock: half chickens, lasagna verde, and milk-braised pork sugo, with sides like shaved fennel salad and roasted carrots with couscous. Plus, the restaurant’s famous cookies are available.
Fish market and restaurant Flying Fish Company was only open a few weeks when it was forced to shut its dining room. Now, visitors can order its seafood for takeout as well as fresh and frozen fish for home. Orders can be placed at the website.
The beloved Russian restaurant will be stopping dine-in service for the time being, but diners looking for dumplings or a zakuski board have a few different options — the restaurant will offer curbside takeout and delivery within a three-mile radius by calling (503) 235-0059. Additionally, Kachka Lavka, its attached pantry store for Russian goods, will remain open, which means bags of frozen pelmeni. Online ordering is available through this website.
Those craving an eggy, cheesy sandwich in this time of strife will be happy to hear that Fried Egg I’m In Love will be closing its dining room, but keeping its food carts open as well as the counter at the cafe. Diners can grab orders to go, or use Postmates for delivery.
This SE Powell Korean restaurant is offering its entire menu for takeout, which includes dishes like galbi jjim and gamja-tang, a spicy pork bone stew. Place orders by calling (503) 206-4515.
The casual ramen shop Boke Bowl has closed its westside location, but its eastside one remains open for takeout and delivery service. Its hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday, and diners are encouraged to call ahead at (503) 719-5698 to place an order and confirm the spot is open. Delivery is available at the website.
Queen of Sheba’s Ethiopian food is a killer choice for takeout. The restaurant’s wats, or stews, reheat well for leftovers, there are plenty of combination plates so families can try a lot of different dishes, and there is never a better time for the restaurant’s tibs than when someone is craving comfort food. Order pickup for lunch or dinner by calling 503 287-6302; the menu is available here.
Aalto Lounge and Wonderly are closed, but the modernist Thai bar Bang Bang from the same team has both takeout for call-in orders — (503) 287-3846 — and delivery via Grubhub and Caviar. Dishes like green curry with fried chicken, pineapple curry with tofu, and drunken wings are available between 5 and 9 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday, and those picking up their orders can find good deals on wine and beer.
Epif, a vegan South American cafe, is open for no-contact takeout from Thursday through Sunday, with empanadas, sopa, salads, and vegan desserts; there’s also a selection of new world wines. Pickup is available from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.; orders made on the website before 4:30. can be scheduled for pickup times, while anything ordered after 4:30 will be available about 15 minutes after ordered.
This NE 82nd soul food cart’s menu is full of surprises — some days there’s barbecue ribs on deck, or fried rice, or chicken and shrimp enchilada pie, or teriyaki-filled pineapple bowls. Whatever it is, it usually rules. Order takeout by walking up to the cart at 3137 NE 82nd Avenue.
This quaint Alberta Georgian cafe is handling its current food service in an interesting way: Customers can order take-and-bake khachapuri, frozen khinkali dumplings, and bottles of Georgian wine through the website for weekly delivery or takeout. Plus, customers can order Georgian spices and adjika, in case they want to tackle some of the restaurant’s dishes themselves.
This Kerns Italian spot is still rolling meatballs out of its shop, accompanied by piles of pasta, tucked in hoagie rolls, or plopped on top of polenta. Customers can order on the website, or opt for one of the larger-format family meals for takeout. The entire menu is available for curbside pickup.
An eclectic Alberta favorite, Aviary is now offering takeout on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, with a tight little menu complete with lobster rolls, pork and shrimp dumplings, octopus sandwiches, and more. Customers can call (503) 287-2400 to place an order for pickup.
A new vegan Cuban spot on East Burnside is offering everything from vegan ham croquetas to mushroom-filled empanadas. The restaurant takes online orders, or customers can call (818) 200-5571 to learn a little more.
One of the very few businesses to open during the COVID-19 pandemic, Union Burger is the new food cart from Stoopid Burger cofounder John Hunt. The cart is open for takeout orders of burgers and fries; call (503) 744-9745 for more info.
After a brief period closed, this Alberta Iraqi restaurant is back open, with kebabs, lamb shank kuzi, and its killer adis soup. Call (503) 206-6148 to place a takeout order, or order delivery through Caviar.
Du Kuh Bee’s Hollywood Korean spot is delivering and offering takeout, slinging boxes of bibimbap and tangles of hand-pulled noodles. Order takeout by calling (503) 327-8607, or get delivery through Caviar, Grubhub, and other apps.
West African destination Akadi is open for takeout and delivery, offering its critically celebrated dishes like peanut butter stew and the classic attieke poisson or poulet, a fried or grilled fish in a bright tomato sauce. Order by calling (503) 477-7138, and find the menu here.
The hot Italian sorta-pop-up from the Grand Army Tavern team has reopened for weekly Sunday takeout, with a focus on pantry-like meal kits and family meals: Lasagnas, pints of polenta or pork ragu, handmade pastas to boil at home. Campana even has a pantry section with things like flour, bacon, and pickled peppers. Order online for pre-order or takeout here.
The Vietnamese cart on Alberta is back with customizable family meals, including its thit kho (braised pork belly) and da lat (fried chicken). Customers order from a selection of mains and sides by noon for pickup between 5 and 8 p.m. Text or call (971) 258-2849 to place an order; see the full menu here.
This beloved Indonesian restaurant’s “stoner food” pop-up is the new schtick for takeout and delivery, with dishes like popcorn shrimp, Flamin’ Hot chicharrones, and Chinese sausage and shrimp dumplings. Order it for takeout online or order delivery through Caviar.
This NE Prescott restaurant is offering takeout and delivery from noon to 8 p.m. daily, with options like green garlic cavatelli, a hearty burger, and pan-seared Pacific cod. Call (503) 288-4740 to place an order.
On Fridays and Saturdays, Cabezon offers curbside takeout from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for containers of cioppino, halibut, and salt cod empanadas. Place orders by calling 503-284-6617, and check out the full menu on Facebook.
For those craving wontons, fried rice, and clay pot curry chicken, Shandong is available for takeout and delivery through Caviar. If the handmade noodles are available, that’s the move.
People craving sake and Kate Koo’s sushi can pick up orders of things like poke donburi or agedashi tofu curbside at the NE Alberta restaurant. Call (503) 288-8372 or text (818) 314-1134 to place an order for pick up between 4 and 7 p.m. Plus, the sake bar does have some bottles of soda, wine, and sake available to-go.
This beer bar and Laotian restaurant is offering its super flavorful salads, sausages, and other dishes through Postmates, or call in curbside pickup of growlers and nam khao. Orders can be placed by calling (503) 206-8911; review the food menu on this website.
One of Portland’s top spots for pho, mi quang, and other Vietnamese essentials, Mekha has chosen to stay open for takeout and delivery as people choose to social distance. The restaurant offers delivery through Postmates, with everything from pho dac biet to its beloved hu tieu nam vang, also known as Phnom Penh noodles.
The restaurants offering daily set meals at $25 per person in addition to the restaurants’ regular menus and daily specials; at Luce, that includes antipasti, salads, and pastas, while Navarre is serving rotating dishes like pork loin marinated with paprika and garlic. The restaurants’ wines are available to-go at retail prices, as well. Orders can be placed by calling or can be made via walk-ins. Call Luce at (503) 236-7195 or Navarre at (503) 232-3555.
This Mexican rotisserie restaurant is offering both takeout and delivery, with combo meals of slow-roasted chicken, roasted cabbage, and tortillas. The real move is to order some extra salsas for those future meals of rice and beans.
Mexican sandwich counter Guero is delivering its tortas via Caviar, and also open for walk-in takeout orders or call-in at (503) 887-9258.
Maya Lovelace’s house of fried chicken and other Southern comforts has closed for dining service — however, those craving her battered, deep fried birds can call in orders to pick up large-scale family meals through Resy. Keep an eye on social media; they sell out fast.
A little neighborhood bar and grill, Arrowood has converted to takeout only for its comfort food and pub staples, including a pretty robust menu of wines and beers to go. Diners can find the menu online and can call (971) 373-8049 to place orders for pick-up.
The wine bar and restaurant pop-up host Dame is still selling wine for pick-up, and pasta restaurant Estes has a daily pasta and ice cream special for takeout orders. It’s all available via Resy at limited hours.
This tiny food-cart-turned-restaurant specializing in filled buns and dumplings offers both make-at-home frozen dumplings and fully cooked takeout, though the restaurant is closed for dine-in customers. Diners can call (503) 477-8911 to place orders for things like red bean bao, chicken congee, or pork dumplings. The full takeout menu is on the restaurant’s Instagram.
There’s no hanging out on Yakuza’s lovely patio, but the Japanese restaurant is serving its sushi and iconic burger to-go, as well as through delivery. Options for ordering are available on the website.
The intimate Italian restaurant DOC might have closed its small dining room, but those looking for its pasta dishes can swing by to pick some up, or have it delivered. Both orders can be placed on the website.
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Both of Jaime Soltero Jr.’s Mexican spots are offering takeout tamales, tacos, and burritos, including large-scale meals and catering orders for bigger families — tamales by the dozen, build-your-own taco meals, and beans and rice by the pound. Order takeout from the Dekum location here, or takeout from the Russell location here.
Earl Ninsom Restaurants
Portland’s king of regional Thai restaurants is back: Hat Yai, Paadee, and Eem are open for takeout after a brief closure, but the models vary from restaurant to restaurant:
• Langbaan is offering a more casual version of its Thai tasting menu, with a $60, two-person meal going up for takeout via Resy at 4 p.m. April 23.
• Southern Thai shop Hat Yai is open for takeout at both locations. Yes, the curry and roti sets — best paired with the restaurant’s famous fried chicken — are on the menu. Call (503) 764-9701 to place an order for the Killingsworth location, and (503) 206-8156 for the Belmont shop. It’s also available for delivery via Caviar from noon to 5 p.m. daily.
• Paadee, the Issan-heavy Thai shop in Southeast Portland, returns with takeout and limited delivery through the restaurant. Those interested should call (503) 360-1453 to place an order and pay ahead of time. The restaurant will deliver within a two-mile radius from 12:30 to 7 p.m., charging $3 per mile. Explore the full menu here, or go for the restaurant’s $49 family-style meal: Dungeness crab fried rice, the classic tangy noodle soup ba mhee pitsanulok, a crispy chicken dish called gai grop sam yan, and Thai papaya salad som tum, with sticky rice.
• Now, getting Eem takeout is a challenge; a small number of curbside pickup orders go on sale once each week, and sell out fast. Those hoping to get one of those Eem family-style meals should keep an eye on the website on April 20.
Tight Tacos, with its Zipper location and kitchen within Thirsty Monk, is offering its tacos, nachos, and burritos for takeout or delivery. The restaurant also offers “taco kits” for five, with two pounds of proteins, tortillas, salsas, rice, and beans. Deliveries are free within five miles of the location on orders over $25; order online here.
This Portland-based French chain’s Alberta, Division, Beaverton, Lake Oswego, and Hillsboro locations remain open for takeout, with coffee drinks, desserts, and breakfast fare like wild salmon hash. Hours vary at location to location, but many offer delivery through apps like Grubhub and Doordash. View the menu here.
Portland’s sustainably-focused sushi group has shuttered a number of its stores and consolidated operations to three locations for takeout and delivery. Phone numbers are 503-387-6565 for Lake Oswego, 971-229-1925 for the NW 23rd location which serves the west side, and 503-889-0336 for the NE Alberta location, which serves the east side. Via Caviar, code BS10 sees orders over $50 reduced by $10.
Arepas house Teote and its cocktail bar offshoot Teote Mezcalería are both open for takeout and delivery, while the Teote Outpost is closed. In addition to its signature rice bowls, the restaurants are offering family meals for $40, a meal for four that includes a choice of protein, plus arepas, black beans, rice, queso fresco, cabbage salad, pickled onions and cilantro. $5 from each sale goes to the customer’s choice of Parent Teacher Association, and all orders must be made before 3 p.m. Family meals can be ordered here, while other orders can be made at the stores or delivered via GrubHub and Caviar.
Your Neighborhood Restaurant Group
Local restaurant group YNRG has managed to keep many of its restaurants and shops open, though most of them are moving to slimmer menus as the the days progress.
• Ate-Oh-Ate, the casual Hawaiian cafe, is keeping its counter open for takeout, and is available on multiple delivery services.
• The dinner service at Laurelhurst Market is indefinitely suspended, so steaks are out. However, the butcher shop is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with sandwiches and meats including steaks and sausages. Shoppers must call (503) 206-3097 to place an order and receive outside delivery.
• Big’s Chicken is offering its full menu of grilled and fried chicken at both Beaverton and Portland locations, but is slimming down as it goes forward. Takeout orders can be called in to (503) 747-3190 for Portland or (503) 747-3190 for Beaverton, and there are a few delivery options including Caviar, GrubHub, and UberEats.
• Barbecue favorite Reverend’s will serve its full menu of smoked meats for a while, slimming down as it goes. It’s also available for delivery through multiple sites, and orders can be called in at (503) 327-8755 for pick-up.
Toro Bravo Inc
The company behind restaurants like Toro Bravo, Mediterranean Exploration Company, and Tasty and Alder, Toro Bravo Inc. has a number of options for pickup through its commissary kitchens. Food-insecure customers can order sliding-scale meals; call the individual restaurant if you’re interested in one of those meals.
• Mama Sesame, Toro Bravo’s newest addition, is now open offering customizable, vegan falafel bowls, with seasonal salad add-ons and CBD slushies. Order for pickup or delivery online.
• Toro Bravo, the restaurant that started it all, now offers its menu of tapas and paellas for takeout; order online here.
• Tasty n Daughters, the newest member of the Toro Bravo family, is offering takeout and delivery through Caviar. The restaurant also has a number of larger-format meals, from prime rib to fried chicken.
• Mediterranean Exploration Company is serving a full menu of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes like hummus and mezze, plus wine and drinks to-go. It also has a deli case full of staples like hummus, labneh, eggplant dip, and olives for filling the fridge. Orders can be placed by calling (503) 222-0906 or stopping in.
• Bless Your Heart Burger will be open for its usual hours with its full menu available to go or via Caviar.
• Tasty N Alder is back with large-format meals of fried chicken or hanger steak, brunch, and dishes like goat cheese dumplings. Order from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays online, by calling (503) 621-9251, or via delivery apps like Caviar. Brunch is available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
• Shalom Y’all East location is open for pickup from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays, with things like the Shalom Y’all Feast meal, mezze like smoked eggplant, and za’atar fried chicken wings. Order for pickup online, by calling (503) 208-3661, or order delivery on Caviar.
All three locations of the famous Portland brewery will be open every day from noon to 8 p.m. for curbside pickup. All beer will be discounted 20 percent, or 30 percent off if your job has been impacted by the coronavirus-related closure mandate.
The local Portland doughnut chain has limited its hours amid the Oregon COVID-19 outbreak, with a full menu of doughnuts and coffee available for curbside pickup. The chain is offering 25 percent off online or over-the-phone pre-orders; phone numbers for specific locations are available on the website. Current hours are Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The massive restaurant group ChefStable has suspended dining service at all of its many, many locations. However, a few spots remain available for pick-up and delivery:
• French dining establishment St. Jack will offer all of its staples, plus a host of sandwiches, burgers, and soups by the quart. Wine and beer will also be available to go. Place orders by calling (503) 360-1281, or finding the restaurant on Caviar.
• The more casual Chefstable restaurants — sandwich shop Lardo and pasta restaurant Grassa — will be offering curbside pick up, plus delivery through Caviar, Doordash, and Uber Eats.
• Bar King was open for less than a week before it was forced to close, but now it’s offering large-format dinner plates to order for pickup. Orders can be made the day before with pick-up the following day, and the daily menus are posted the website’s takeout page.
• Dumpling house XLB will serve its food to-go, as well as with delivery via Caviar and Uber Eats. Diners can order dumplings and noodles for takeout by calling (503) 841-5373 for the North Williams location and (503) 3842262 for the Northwest Portland location.
• The spacious beer hall Loyal Legion is empty, but folks can call (503) 235-8272 a limited menu on its pub food, as well as growler fills of Oregon beers and ciders. The menu is available in its Instagram stories.
• Cathy Whims’ pizzeria Oven & Shaker will have its thin-crust pizzas available for pick-up by calling (503) 241-1600 or delivery through Caviar.
• For those looking for some wine with their take out, Coopers Hall is offering family meals with a salad, two entrees, and two sides for $19 per person, and a growler of wine for an additional $10. So far it’s only for pick-up, with orders available by calling (503) 719-7000.
Local Mexican restaurant group Verde Cocina is offering a special menu at its Sylvan Highland, Pearl District, and Hillsdale locations for curbside pick-up. The menu includes a number of entrees with local ingredients and options for all sorts of dietary restrictions, as the restaurant is known for. People can order online or call (503) 297-5568 for Sylvan Highlands, (503) 894-9321 for the Pearl, or (503) 384-2327 for Hillsdale to place an order.
Seasweets’ Hawthorne and Beaverton locations will both be open, serving its poke bowls and salads for to-go orders as well as via delivery, with orders placed on the website.