From noon to 9PM, Le Colonial Atlanta is offering curbside pickup, delivery and hand-delivery within walking distance of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.
You can now enjoy some of the city’s best Japanese cuisine from the comfort of your couch thanks to the restaurant's new curbside-pickup and delivery options. Tuesday through Saturday from 4:30 to 8:30PM, order crowd-favorite apps, sushi, entrees and more from Umi’s edited pickup and delivery menu. Wine, sake and spirits are also available, making for the ideal quarantine dinner setup.
You can cure a hankering for Tavern chips easily by ordering online for pickup or delivery, daily from 11AM to 9 PM.
Both the Downtown and Buckhead locations are offering carry-out and delivery from noon to 8PM daily through UberEats for convenience. There’s no better way to give yourself a small moment of luxury than through one of Ruth’s Chris’ decadent steaks.
All three locations are operating with adjusted hours of 10AM to 4PM, with curbside pickup or delivery via UberEats available. The 90-year-old establishment is also continuing its practice of donating additional food items to local charities. It’s totally ok to place a to-go order for petit fours only.
This Atlanta favorite is offering curbside pickup, delivery via UberEats and freehand delivery within walking distance of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Cajun chicken and la daurade can be yours at home with just a few clicks.
Get your Detroit pizza fix by ordering pick up or delivery from Nina and Rafi, open Monday through Wednesday, 4 to 9PM, and Thursday through Sunday, noon to 9PM.
If you’re like us and have eaten all your snacks already, call in an order to Upbeet, or hit pickup or delivery on DoorDash from noon to 8PM. If you choose to go to the restaurant, call them when you arrive and flash your lights so they can find you easily.
Bakeries need love too. Summerhill and Krog Street market locations are closed, but Grant Park is doing deliveries and to-go orders at its walk-up window. Little Tart is also doing Peachtree Road Farmers’ Market pickups for orders online and over the phone.
You can get 10% off to-go and curbside orders at this Avalon staple, and free delivery if you’re an Avalon resident. Family-friendly pastas and pizzas travel well!
How’s this for daring—chef Pat Pascarella opened his brand-new Grana during these trying times for curbside pickup only. Try the meatball flights in the comfort of your own home, and then return to get the full experience.
All three Atlanta-area locations are offering curbside pickup—because there are only so many at-home coffees you can have.
Curbside and delivery of West Coast-style fresh food is available, as is a gift card give back program. Any donations to Mission + Market’s employee assistance program over $100 will garner you a 25% give back in gift cards to use in the future.
Guy Wong’s very new New Asian restaurant is offering online ordering, curbside pickup (with valet assistance) and delivery. While you can’t fully enjoy the Elizabeth Ingram-designed dining room, you can still nibble on delights like impossible banh mis, pork kimchi fried rice and more.
The market at this Buckhead location is still open from 10AM to 8:30PM daily, and any to-go pickup orders get the added benefit of 20% off.
A unique approach—both businesses are offering chef-prepared meals that are individually portioned and packaged. Available for pickup twice a week at both locations, it’s a great way to buy multiple meals at once. Grilled chicken mojo bowl, anyone?
Pickup and delivery are available at this Atlanta staple and include breakfast items for those that are up early. May we recommend the chicken, spinach and bacon burger for lunch?
Dinner for two adults and two children is dubbed the ‘To-Go Bar Margot Pasta Dinner Experience” and includes cheese and charcuterie, the restaurant’s famous cacio e pepe pasta, grilled country bread and kids’ mac and cheese—and you don’t even have to get out of your car. Just pull up and staff will bring it down to you.
Steak and seafood to-go sounds pretty good—pick up brunch on Sunday or dinner seven days a week at this downtown Roswell classic.
Have a hankering for oysters? Kimball House has many options to-go including a shuck your own dozen oyster option; a Kimball Home Oyster pack with a dozen oysters, a Toadfish oyster knife and mini Oyster South cooler; and classics like cornmeal-crusted trout. Need a cocktail? There’s also nine cocktail options to-go as well, including three that serve up to four people.
Catering companies are also getting in on the game—who better to handle requests like this en masse? Each item, such as roasted salmon with dill and shallot butter; quiche lorraine; and squash casserole, serves four people. Place an order for lunch or dinner, for pickup or delivery.
Pick up all sorts of delicious, interesting dishes from Proof of the Pudding, such as chicken potsticker salads, Caprese sandwiches, Texas no-bean chili and more. Need to feed a family? There are pasta dishes and bakes as well that are crowd-pleasers.
Place your orders for next-day delivery at mealtime so it’s nice and hot for you and your family; choose from entrees that feed four like Caribbean meatballs, beef Bourguignon and kid-friendly farfalle alfredo.
Organizations and Other Ways to Help
Donate to this critical Atlanta nonprofit that helps feed seniors via Cash app ($MOWAtl), Venmo (@MOWAtl) or via its website.
A national model for restaurant employee assistance, Atlanta’s own The Giving Kitchen is accepting donations for financial assistance to help restaurant workers who have been under a mandatory medical quarantine or diagnosed with COVID-19. There are stability network partners for those that have been displaced or who are out of work due to the virus as well.
Photography by: Brezza Cucina photo by Hannah Jones | Rock Steady photo by Jacob Thomas | Le Colonial photo courtesy of Le Colonial | Grana photo by Karen Pagana Florence | Little Alley Steak photo by Heather Fulbright | Le Bilboquet photo courtesy of Jamestown | Beuna Vida Tapas & Sol photo by Erik Meadows Photography