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18 Spots Offering Terrific Takeout in Vancouver

Restaurants offering takeout friendly dining in Vancouver

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When restaurants were forced to close their dining rooms, it became clear that good restaurant food doesn’t always result in good takeout. Good takeout out starts with easy ordering and pick up. Ideally, the food travels well and tastes even better the next day. Oyster mushroom tacos from Little Conejo and meatballs and greens from Rally Pizza have always traveled well, but the addition of carry-out cocktails, as well as the shift to take-and-bake meals at places like C’est La Vie Bistro, has made eating at home more enjoyable. This list contains a variety of restaurants, from the tried-and-true to new and lesser-known spots, offering an array of dishes from tuna avocado sandwiches to pad see ew to satisfy a variety of cravings.

A number of Vancouver restaurants have resumed onsite service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Washington State Department of Health’s COVID update page. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Brothers Cascadia Brewing

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9811 NE 15th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 718-8927
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Excellent food trucks and a great brewery sit at this site just north of downtown Vancouver in Hazel Dell. A grilled pork banh mi from Banh Mi Saigon tastes even better with the addition of a barely fried egg, which melds with grilled pork like a sort of impromptu sauce. An etouffée, from Cajun-themed cart La Oie, balances its seafood and spice on a bed of fluffy rice. Either goes well with a crowler of food-friendly Helles Lager or one of the many Hazy IPAs ready for takeout at Brother’s Cascadia. Food can be ordered by La Oie by phone, Banh Mi Saigon by phone or through Yelp and Grubhub, The Mighty Bowl online, and The Hungry Sasquatch by phone. Beer from Brothers Cascadia can be ordered online for pickup or delivery.

2. C'est La Vie

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1307 NE 78th St #10
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 553-5836
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Keri Buhman transformed her French-inspired space in Hazel Dell from a large cafe with a small market to a large market with a small cafe. Her shop is stuffed with a rotating menu of stellar take-and-bake meals, like a lasagna layered with Italian sausage, shiitake mushrooms, and C’est La Vie’s own ricotta. Other stunners include Moroccan chicken thighs with hand-rolled couscous, and stromboli with pesto, ricotta, olives, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts; dessert includes sweet treats like chocolate hazelnut cake and peanut butter and miso cookies. Customers can call to place orders.

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3. Su Casa Marquez

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5406 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 448-6127
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This homey restaurant tucked into an International District strip mall serves Mexican favorites like carne asada platters, tacos, burritos, and quesadillas, as well as Salvadoran pupusas. Those pupusas are made with fresh masa and melted mozzarella cheese, combined with fillings like asada jalapeno, mushrooms, and loroco, or edible flower buds. Cheese-filled birria tacos served in fresh, grilled tortillas with a side of warm beef consome are a standout. Orders can be placed by phone or through UberEats.

4. Bleu Door Bakery

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2411 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 693-2538
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This French-American cafe, in Uptown Village, is known for its fresh-baked goods like long, thin, crusty baguettes and flaky, buttery croissants. However, lunch is also a stunner here, especially with classics like such as tomato-basil soup and turkey-and-avocado sandwiches. The popular brunch items — including pillowy beignets dusted with powder sugar and bubbly mimosas — are available to go. Bleu Door recently added three-course plant-based take-and-bake dinners with entrees like stacked enchiladas or spaghetti and bolognese, accompanied with desserts like apple galettes and chocolate fudge cake. Orders can be placed online. Bleu Door Bakery closed for the month of January, but will reopen on February 2nd.

5. Mi Casa Pupuseria y Mexican Restaurant

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3320 E 4th Plain Blvd #D
Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 984-6542
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The aroma of fresh masa hitting the grill permeates this modest Salvadorian restaurant in Vancouver’s International District. Plump, earthy, made-to-order pupusas come with a variety of traditional fillings like chicharron and cheese, beans and cheese, and loroco with a side of zesty curtido. Sweet, creamy fried plantains served with sour cream and beans are the perfect accompaniment to these stuffed masa cakes. Orders can be placed by phone or Grubhub.

6. Ingrid's GoodStreetFood

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1701 Broadway St
Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 921-7802
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Ingrid and John Kenny started their Mediterranean and paleo-focused business as a food truck, so they know how to properly pack food to-go. They also know how to pack added nutrients, flavors, and color into every dish on their menu. The gyro has Ingrid’s own bright violet beet hummus slathered on the tender pita bread that cups shaved slices of grilled lamb. The Moroccan couscous with chicken or falafel is studded with bits of almond and dried cranberries. Greek salad comes with chopped pistachios mixed in with Kalamata olives, feta, cucumbers, red onions, and tomatoes. Orders can be placed by phone.

7. Amaro’s Table

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1220 Main St #100
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 718-2942
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Amaro’s Table skillfully transfers a fine dining experience into takeout boxes. An order of medium-rare steak medallions arrive next to a mound of mash potatoes, a vegetable mix of tender sweet potatoes and wilted chard, and a container of demi-glace. A rotating menu of cocktails like Pisco sours, tiki-inspired creations, and whatever its talented slate of bartenders create come packed in small quilted jelly jars with neatly packed garnishes. A mound of ricotta donuts — dense, tender orbs of fried dough rolled in cinnamon sugar and dusted with powdered sugar — sits beside a small container of caramel for dipping. Orders can be places online or by phone for the downtown or Hazel Dell location.

8. Dediko

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210 W Evergreen Blvd #700
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 314-4370

Ella Bakh and her son and co-owner, Nico, opened this bright, cozy space last year to share the food of their native Tibilisi. The restaurant’s takeout menu features comforting Georgian favorites like khachapuri, a boat-shaped bread with fresh cheese, and khinkali, oversized Georgian dumplings filled with beef and pork or mushrooms. An order should include both, as well as a few fresh salads and an order of the restaurant’s creamy bean stew. Dediko’s excellent wine list includes a number of Georgian wines made in the classic style, fermented in underground ceramic pots; bottles of wine can be ordered to go with food orders. Orders can be placed online.

9. The Mighty Bowl

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3111, 108 W 8th St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 602-2695
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The Mighty Bowl currently offers a pared-down menu, including a a few grain bowls like the signature brown-rice-and-black-bean Mighty Bowl and the Esther Short Bowl with broccoli, crimini mushrooms, and sautéed chipotle soy curls. Juices, smoothies, acai bowls, and avocado or nut butter toasts are also available from the to-go window to take home, or customers can sit and eat at a new outdoor parklet. Orders can be placed online.

10. Los Alambres

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6331 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 859-3747
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After running a successful food truck in Portland, the Hernandez family opened a restaurant in Vancouver to share the food of their hometown, Mexico City. This small space churns out a long list of specialities like huaraches, tlacoyo, kekas, and pambazos alongside items more commonly found around town like giant tortas, tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. The family brought a special tortilla press from Mexico to form the corn tortillas for massive machetes, an 18-inch, narrow quesadilla with fillings like mushrooms, cheese, huitlacoche, squash blossoms, and various types of meat. Most dishes pair well with the restaurant’s aguas frescas, in flavors like lime, hibiscus, watermelon, or pineapple. Orders can be placed online.

11. Slow Fox Chili

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108 E 7th St Suite B
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 721-0634
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Former Screen Door chef Derek Saner opened this downtown food cart as an homage to the chili parlors he visited during his childhood in the Cincinnati area. Slow Fox’s Cincinnati 5 Way Chili starts with ground beef, tomato, and onion with cinnamon, allspice, clove, and chocolate, slow-cooked, then mixed with a bowl of spaghetti and beans, and topped with shredded cheddar cheese and diced raw onions. Another stellar dish, Louie’s Lentils, comes cooked to creaminess with tomatoes, onions, peppers, yam, and kale. Saner recently added take-and-bake options like chili by the quart as well as spareribs and meatloaf. Orders can be placed online or by phone.

12. Little Conejo

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114 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 718-2633
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Noble Rot’s Mychal Dynes and Nodoguro’s Mark Wooten opened this palace of mezcal and tacos in September 2017, and it’s already become a destination taco spot. Little Conejo pivoted to takeout immediately offering hungry homebound Vancouverites the regular menu plus taco kits and mezcal margaritas to go. Thankfully, hefty tortas — like the brisket americano with braised beef topped with melted American cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickled jalapeño, and carrot on a toasted Vercruz talera roll — moved from the lunch menu to the all-day menu. Orders can be placed online.

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13. Nonavo Pizza

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110 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 843-9696
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Joey Chmiko serves his wildly popular wild-yeast-dough pies at this downtown Vancouver pizza spot. The restaurant’s menu of bright salads, ice cream, and toppings rely on produce and dairy from a long list of small, Vancouver farms, including Vancouver’s Flat Tack farm and Sprout and Blossom Farm. The herbed almond ricotta on the pesto pizza is a master study in the art of vegan cheesemaking — so creamy and luscious that dairy cheese seems unnecessary. Orders can be placed online or through Postmates.

Nonavo Pizza
Sue O’Bryan

14. The Smokin' Oak

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501 Columbia St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 433-2755
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This upscale barbecue spot serves bonafide Central Texas barbecue based on family recipes from co-owner Bryan Rodgers. Meat butter best describes the velvety texture of Smokin’ Oak’s tender smoker brisket. Other standouts include pulled pork, chicken, sausage, and pork spare ribs, smoked until the inside is tender and the outside is pleasingly crisp; they all go great with traditional sides like mac and cheese, collard greens, and cornbread, which travel well and are even better the next day. Orders can be placed by phone.

15. Thai House Vancouver

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8058 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664
(360) 258-0421
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Thai House recently opened next to Rally Pizza in the space vacated by Smokehouse Provisions, offering a long menu of fresh Thai favorites like salad rolls, tom kha gai soup, stir fries, curries, and noodles. The freshness of the vegetables in a simple veggie stir fry and the care taken to carve the carrots into quarter-sized flowers elevates this healthy dish. The restaurant’s brown rice, normally a dry alternative to white rice, is a multicolored mix of brown jasmine rice and red rice steamed until tender. Another standout — the crispy, sweet chili sauce covered Thai chicken wings — are a symphony of salt, spice, and sweetness. Orders can be placed by phone.

Stir fried vegetables and brown rice
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16. Rally Pizza

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8070 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664
(360) 524-9000
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Ken’s Artisan Pizza alumni Alan Maniscalco and Shan Wickham opened this shrine to pizza and frozen custard several years ago, when it seemed unthinkable that chefs from Portland would start a restaurant in the formerly run-down strip mall. The takeout menu has fresh salads, pizzas, frozen custard and customer favorites like meatballs and greens, all featuring locally grown produce from farms like Wobbly Cart, Red Truck, Flat Tack, and Reister. Cocktails, beer, and cider can be ordered for carry-out, as well as pantry items like Reister Farm eggs, Water Avenue coffee, house-cured bacon, take-and-bake cornmeal scones, and pizza dough and sauce to make pizzas at home. Orders can be placed online or through DoorDash.

17. Pho Vi Van

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16209 SE McGillivray Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98683
(360) 232-6678

Pho Vi Van, found in an unassuming space in a strip mall in East Vancouver, consistently serves a wide range of fragrant pho. Pho Vi Van’s vegetarian pho comes with a surprisingly rich and complex broth filled with rice noodles, puffy fried tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and a rainbow of crisp vegetables. Other standouts include a spicy bún bò Huế — thick swirls of rice noodles and tender meat in a luscious broth — and a comforting egg noodle soup with plump pork wontons. Orders can be placed by phone or through Grubhub.

18. La Sorrentina

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3000 SE 164th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98683
(360) 980-1651
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Pizzeria La Sorrentina — which received high praise from Portland Monthly food critic, Karen Brooks, for their Neapolitan pizzas — has finally opened its brick-and-mortar restaurant in a strip mall off 164th Avenue. Owner and chef Daisuke Matsumoto bakes fire-roasted red sauce pizzas like the classic Margherita, as well as white sauce pizzas like the Terra Mia with eggplant parmesan, sausage, mozzarella, pesto, and basil on traditional or gluten-free crusts. Salads, antipasto, pasta, dessert from the regular menu and fresh loaves of bread from the pizza oven can be ordered to go. The specials menu varies based on Chef Matsumoto’s whim, and occasionally includes portable items like take-and-bake eggplant parmesan and lasagna. Orders can be placed by phone.

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1. Brothers Cascadia Brewing

9811 NE 15th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98665

Excellent food trucks and a great brewery sit at this site just north of downtown Vancouver in Hazel Dell. A grilled pork banh mi from Banh Mi Saigon tastes even better with the addition of a barely fried egg, which melds with grilled pork like a sort of impromptu sauce. An etouffée, from Cajun-themed cart La Oie, balances its seafood and spice on a bed of fluffy rice. Either goes well with a crowler of food-friendly Helles Lager or one of the many Hazy IPAs ready for takeout at Brother’s Cascadia. Food can be ordered by La Oie by phone, Banh Mi Saigon by phone or through Yelp and Grubhub, The Mighty Bowl online, and The Hungry Sasquatch by phone. Beer from Brothers Cascadia can be ordered online for pickup or delivery.

9811 NE 15th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98665

2. C'est La Vie

1307 NE 78th St #10, Vancouver, WA 98665

Keri Buhman transformed her French-inspired space in Hazel Dell from a large cafe with a small market to a large market with a small cafe. Her shop is stuffed with a rotating menu of stellar take-and-bake meals, like a lasagna layered with Italian sausage, shiitake mushrooms, and C’est La Vie’s own ricotta. Other stunners include Moroccan chicken thighs with hand-rolled couscous, and stromboli with pesto, ricotta, olives, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts; dessert includes sweet treats like chocolate hazelnut cake and peanut butter and miso cookies. Customers can call to place orders.

1307 NE 78th St #10
Vancouver, WA 98665

3. Su Casa Marquez

5406 NE Fourth Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

This homey restaurant tucked into an International District strip mall serves Mexican favorites like carne asada platters, tacos, burritos, and quesadillas, as well as Salvadoran pupusas. Those pupusas are made with fresh masa and melted mozzarella cheese, combined with fillings like asada jalapeno, mushrooms, and loroco, or edible flower buds. Cheese-filled birria tacos served in fresh, grilled tortillas with a side of warm beef consome are a standout. Orders can be placed by phone or through UberEats.

5406 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661

4. Bleu Door Bakery

2411 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660

This French-American cafe, in Uptown Village, is known for its fresh-baked goods like long, thin, crusty baguettes and flaky, buttery croissants. However, lunch is also a stunner here, especially with classics like such as tomato-basil soup and turkey-and-avocado sandwiches. The popular brunch items — including pillowy beignets dusted with powder sugar and bubbly mimosas — are available to go. Bleu Door recently added three-course plant-based take-and-bake dinners with entrees like stacked enchiladas or spaghetti and bolognese, accompanied with desserts like apple galettes and chocolate fudge cake. Orders can be placed online. Bleu Door Bakery closed for the month of January, but will reopen on February 2nd.

2411 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660

5. Mi Casa Pupuseria y Mexican Restaurant

3320 E 4th Plain Blvd #D, Vancouver, WA 98661

The aroma of fresh masa hitting the grill permeates this modest Salvadorian restaurant in Vancouver’s International District. Plump, earthy, made-to-order pupusas come with a variety of traditional fillings like chicharron and cheese, beans and cheese, and loroco with a side of zesty curtido. Sweet, creamy fried plantains served with sour cream and beans are the perfect accompaniment to these stuffed masa cakes. Orders can be placed by phone or Grubhub.

3320 E 4th Plain Blvd #D
Vancouver, WA 98661

6. Ingrid's GoodStreetFood

1701 Broadway St, Vancouver, WA 98663

Ingrid and John Kenny started their Mediterranean and paleo-focused business as a food truck, so they know how to properly pack food to-go. They also know how to pack added nutrients, flavors, and color into every dish on their menu. The gyro has Ingrid’s own bright violet beet hummus slathered on the tender pita bread that cups shaved slices of grilled lamb. The Moroccan couscous with chicken or falafel is studded with bits of almond and dried cranberries. Greek salad comes with chopped pistachios mixed in with Kalamata olives, feta, cucumbers, red onions, and tomatoes. Orders can be placed by phone.

1701 Broadway St
Vancouver, WA 98663

7. Amaro’s Table

1220 Main St #100, Vancouver, WA 98660

Amaro’s Table skillfully transfers a fine dining experience into takeout boxes. An order of medium-rare steak medallions arrive next to a mound of mash potatoes, a vegetable mix of tender sweet potatoes and wilted chard, and a container of demi-glace. A rotating menu of cocktails like Pisco sours, tiki-inspired creations, and whatever its talented slate of bartenders create come packed in small quilted jelly jars with neatly packed garnishes. A mound of ricotta donuts — dense, tender orbs of fried dough rolled in cinnamon sugar and dusted with powdered sugar — sits beside a small container of caramel for dipping. Orders can be places online or by phone for the downtown or Hazel Dell location.

1220 Main St #100
Vancouver, WA 98660

8. Dediko

210 W Evergreen Blvd #700, Vancouver, WA 98660

Ella Bakh and her son and co-owner, Nico, opened this bright, cozy space last year to share the food of their native Tibilisi. The restaurant’s takeout menu features comforting Georgian favorites like khachapuri, a boat-shaped bread with fresh cheese, and khinkali, oversized Georgian dumplings filled with beef and pork or mushrooms. An order should include both, as well as a few fresh salads and an order of the restaurant’s creamy bean stew. Dediko’s excellent wine list includes a number of Georgian wines made in the classic style, fermented in underground ceramic pots; bottles of wine can be ordered to go with food orders. Orders can be placed online.

210 W Evergreen Blvd #700
Vancouver, WA 98660

9. The Mighty Bowl

3111, 108 W 8th St, Vancouver, WA 98660

The Mighty Bowl currently offers a pared-down menu, including a a few grain bowls like the signature brown-rice-and-black-bean Mighty Bowl and the Esther Short Bowl with broccoli, crimini mushrooms, and sautéed chipotle soy curls. Juices, smoothies, acai bowls, and avocado or nut butter toasts are also available from the to-go window to take home, or customers can sit and eat at a new outdoor parklet. Orders can be placed online.

3111, 108 W 8th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

10. Los Alambres

6331 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

After running a successful food truck in Portland, the Hernandez family opened a restaurant in Vancouver to share the food of their hometown, Mexico City. This small space churns out a long list of specialities like huaraches, tlacoyo, kekas, and pambazos alongside items more commonly found around town like giant tortas, tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. The family brought a special tortilla press from Mexico to form the corn tortillas for massive machetes, an 18-inch, narrow quesadilla with fillings like mushrooms, cheese, huitlacoche, squash blossoms, and various types of meat. Most dishes pair well with the restaurant’s aguas frescas, in flavors like lime, hibiscus, watermelon, or pineapple. Orders can be placed online.

6331 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661

11. Slow Fox Chili

108 E 7th St Suite B, Vancouver, WA 98660

Former Screen Door chef Derek Saner opened this downtown food cart as an homage to the chili parlors he visited during his childhood in the Cincinnati area. Slow Fox’s Cincinnati 5 Way Chili starts with ground beef, tomato, and onion with cinnamon, allspice, clove, and chocolate, slow-cooked, then mixed with a bowl of spaghetti and beans, and topped with shredded cheddar cheese and diced raw onions. Another stellar dish, Louie’s Lentils, comes cooked to creaminess with tomatoes, onions, peppers, yam, and kale. Saner recently added take-and-bake options like chili by the quart as well as spareribs and meatloaf. Orders can be placed online or by phone.

108 E 7th St Suite B
Vancouver, WA 98660

12. Little Conejo

114 W 6th St, Vancouver, WA 98660
Little Conejo
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Noble Rot’s Mychal Dynes and Nodoguro’s Mark Wooten opened this palace of mezcal and tacos in September 2017, and it’s already become a destination taco spot. Little Conejo pivoted to takeout immediately offering hungry homebound Vancouverites the regular menu plus taco kits and mezcal margaritas to go. Thankfully, hefty tortas — like the brisket americano with braised beef topped with melted American cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickled jalapeño, and carrot on a toasted Vercruz talera roll — moved from the lunch menu to the all-day menu. Orders can be placed online.

114 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

13. Nonavo Pizza

110 W 6th St, Vancouver, WA 98660
Nonavo Pizza
Sue O’Bryan

Joey Chmiko serves his wildly popular wild-yeast-dough pies at this downtown Vancouver pizza spot. The restaurant’s menu of bright salads, ice cream, and toppings rely on produce and dairy from a long list of small, Vancouver farms, including Vancouver’s Flat Tack farm and Sprout and Blossom Farm. The herbed almond ricotta on the pesto pizza is a master study in the art of vegan cheesemaking — so creamy and luscious that dairy cheese seems unnecessary. Orders can be placed online or through Postmates.

110 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

14. The Smokin' Oak

501 Columbia St, Vancouver, WA 98660

This upscale barbecue spot serves bonafide Central Texas barbecue based on family recipes from co-owner Bryan Rodgers. Meat butter best describes the velvety texture of Smokin’ Oak’s tender smoker brisket. Other standouts include pulled pork, chicken, sausage, and pork spare ribs, smoked until the inside is tender and the outside is pleasingly crisp; they all go great with traditional sides like mac and cheese, collard greens, and cornbread, which travel well and are even better the next day. Orders can be placed by phone.

501 Columbia St
Vancouver, WA 98660

15. Thai House Vancouver

8058 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98664
Stir fried vegetables and brown rice
Rachel Pinsky

Thai House recently opened next to Rally Pizza in the space vacated by Smokehouse Provisions, offering a long menu of fresh Thai favorites like salad rolls, tom kha gai soup, stir fries, curries, and noodles. The freshness of the vegetables in a simple veggie stir fry and the care taken to carve the carrots into quarter-sized flowers elevates this healthy dish. The restaurant’s brown rice, normally a dry alternative to white rice, is a multicolored mix of brown jasmine rice and red rice steamed until tender. Another standout — the crispy, sweet chili sauce covered Thai chicken wings — are a symphony of salt, spice, and sweetness. Orders can be placed by phone.

8058 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664

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16. Rally Pizza

8070 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98664

Ken’s Artisan Pizza alumni Alan Maniscalco and Shan Wickham opened this shrine to pizza and frozen custard several years ago, when it seemed unthinkable that chefs from Portland would start a restaurant in the formerly run-down strip mall. The takeout menu has fresh salads, pizzas, frozen custard and customer favorites like meatballs and greens, all featuring locally grown produce from farms like Wobbly Cart, Red Truck, Flat Tack, and Reister. Cocktails, beer, and cider can be ordered for carry-out, as well as pantry items like Reister Farm eggs, Water Avenue coffee, house-cured bacon, take-and-bake cornmeal scones, and pizza dough and sauce to make pizzas at home. Orders can be placed online or through DoorDash.

8070 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664

17. Pho Vi Van

16209 SE McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98683

Pho Vi Van, found in an unassuming space in a strip mall in East Vancouver, consistently serves a wide range of fragrant pho. Pho Vi Van’s vegetarian pho comes with a surprisingly rich and complex broth filled with rice noodles, puffy fried tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and a rainbow of crisp vegetables. Other standouts include a spicy bún bò Huế — thick swirls of rice noodles and tender meat in a luscious broth — and a comforting egg noodle soup with plump pork wontons. Orders can be placed by phone or through Grubhub.

16209 SE McGillivray Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98683

18. La Sorrentina

3000 SE 164th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98683

Pizzeria La Sorrentina — which received high praise from Portland Monthly food critic, Karen Brooks, for their Neapolitan pizzas — has finally opened its brick-and-mortar restaurant in a strip mall off 164th Avenue. Owner and chef Daisuke Matsumoto bakes fire-roasted red sauce pizzas like the classic Margherita, as well as white sauce pizzas like the Terra Mia with eggplant parmesan, sausage, mozzarella, pesto, and basil on traditional or gluten-free crusts. Salads, antipasto, pasta, dessert from the regular menu and fresh loaves of bread from the pizza oven can be ordered to go. The specials menu varies based on Chef Matsumoto’s whim, and occasionally includes portable items like take-and-bake eggplant parmesan and lasagna. Orders can be placed by phone.

3000 SE 164th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98683

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