NEW - WEEK OF JUNE 8
In response to J.K. Rowling's transphobic statement on Twitter, the Wallingford tea shop is donating 100% of sales from Hogwarts-inspired teas to the Nina Pop and Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Funds for the month of June.
WEEK OF JUNE 1
Details: Inspired by William Speidel’s classic cookbooks, Addo's You Can't Eat Mt. Rainier series is back, bringing $65 Saturday meals (starting Saturday, June 6) to enjoy at home that highlight different eras in the Seattle restaurant scene.
The London Plane
The airy Melrose Market restaurant will reopen on Wednesday, June 3 with all sorts of pantry items, baked goods, cooking gear, and other goodies in store. Their new hours will be 10 am-6 pm, Wednesday-Saturday.
Salt & Straw
Details: Salt & Straw's new flavor collection reimagines your favorite sugary breakfast cereals through a "mad-scientist lens," including Snap 'N Crackle Marshmallow Treats, Ancho Chili Cinnamon Toasted Squares, Peanut Butter Captain Crunch, Pots of Gold & Rainbows, and Double Fold Vanilla.
Sisters and Brothers
The popular fried-chicken restaurant (which got a boost when Guy Fieri featured it on an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives) is opening a new flagship location in the former space of Chen's Village in Interbay on Wednesday, June 3, reports Eater.
Starting in June, Christina Wood's pop-up bakery will start doing weekly pastry box pickups with two options: a TGIF Sweets box on Fridays and a Weekend Survival box with a mix of savory and sweet items, a jar of jam, and a six-ounce bag of Broadcast coffee on Saturdays.
The Hopelink Mobile Market will post up in the Woodinville Library parking lot to provide pre-packed food boxes to those in need. Each household will be able to pick up enough food for "at least 21 meals" per visit.
WEEK OF MAY 26
Details: The Queen Anne cafe will mark its reopening with a pop-up and Northwest Harvest food drive in their outdoor beer garden. Wear a mask, keep your distance, and stop by to browse to-go goodies from Hello Robin, Tres Lecheria, and Rubinstein Bagels. Don't forget to bring canned food to donate.
The Crawfish Boil with Chef Matt Lewis
Details: Chef Matt Lewis (the owner of Where Ya at Matt) will walk you through a classic Southern-style crawfish boil in a livestreamed class. Order your kit (complete with three pounds of crawfish, Andouille sausage, corn, potatoes, onion, celery, garlic, lemons, and seasoning) by noon on May 28.
Cues & Brews BBQ Bash for Frontline Foods Seattle
Details: Jack's BBQ, Reuben's Brews, and Snohomish Pie Co. are teaming up for a dinner package benefiting Frontline Foods Seattle, a volunteer-led mission to feed those working on the frontlines. The parcel includes a four-course tasting menu from Jack’s BBQ and Snohomish Pie Company, an exclusive virtual Zoom dinner with the BBQ pitmasters and brewers (and your neighbors), and a four-beer pairing from Reuben's Brews for an extra $25.
Details: The cocktail and charcuterie spot's lead bartenders will teach you their mixology secrets in happy hour Zoom classes that come with cosmo, Moscow mule, old fashioned, mojito, or shots kits.
Georgetown Brewing Company
Details: The cult-favorite Manny's Pale Ale cans will start showing up in local grocery stores "after May 27," according to Georgetown Brewing. You can also order cases directly (there's a two-case limit per person, which is still a lot of beer), knowing that proceeds will benefit relief programs for service industry workers.
Hama Hama Comopany
Details: Local restaurant mavens and seafood queens Renee Erickson and Julia Sullivan will lead you on an oyster-shucking journey via Zoom. The $75 package that comes along with the class includes four dozen oysters, including Pelican, Hama Hama, Blue Pool, and Sea Cow varietals, along with Henrietta Red Green Curry Butter and other optional add-ons.
Details: Le Coin's $45 Burgers and Lantern Beer Take Out Pack comes with two burgers, house-smoked onion rings, Lantern beer cheese sauce, and a growler of Lantern Brewing Joliefolie Dry Hooped Blond Ale.
Details: May 28 is National Hamburger Day! To celebrate, the Tom Douglas pop-up will offer three takes on the bun-flanked dish for one day only: a classic with cheese, a chili cheeseburger, and their new Cheeseburger Bao ("visualize a delicious bao with the best cheesy meat filing"). They'll also have Shots & Tots (Jello shots and tater tots) available. Preorder for pickup.
Seattle sushi pioneer Shiro Kashiba, who's credited with bringing sushi to Seattle in the 1960s, is offering takeout omakase (which at $100 per person comes with 10 pieces of sushi, nine pieces of sashimi, his signature black cod and tamago dishes, and a side of rice) at his Pike Place restaurant.
Starting in June, Christina Wood's pop-up bakery will start doing weekly pastry box pickups with two options: a TGIF Sweets box on Fridays and a Weekend Survival box with a mix of savory and sweet items, a jar of jam, and a six-ounce bag of Broadcast coffee on Saturdays.
WEEK OF MAY 18
Details: Food Lifeline will distribute emergency food boxes at the Northgate Mall Nordstrom Rack parking lot (Tues May 19, 11 am-3 pm), the North Bend Outlet Mall (Thurs May 21, 11 am-3 pm), their distribution center (Wed May 20 and Fri May 22, 2-5 pm), and Bellevue College (Fri May 22, 2-5 pm).
Details: On May 19 from 12-8 pm, stop by the North Seattle brewery to pick up a can of the new GateCity IPA, brewed in partnership to the Watershed Pub & Kitchen. Proceeds will benefit the local food bank North Helpline.
WEEK OF MAY 11
Details: Baseball season is on hiatus this year, but Chef Eric Rivera will fry up peanuts and Cracker Jacks for a 7:05 viewing of the Double (aka the famous double hit by the Seattle Mariners' Edgar Martínez in the 1995 American League Division Series) on May 11. The "virtual ballpark experience" also comes with a Seattle Dog kit, a garlic fries kit, red rope, and a six-pack of Olympia beer. Plus, on May 15, Addo will launch its five-course Fusion Series of $45 Puerto Rican and Italian meals for pickup.
Details: In place of the annual Ballard parade commemorating the signing of the Norwegian Constitution at Eidsvoll on May 17, 1814, strap on your Bunads and Viking hats and pick up a Scandinavian meatball dinner with mashed potatoes and a dinner roll at this Syttende Mai drive-through on Sunday, May 17.
Details: In addition to their beefy meal kits, Bateau has added a butcher/bottle/provisions/fine goods shop and hot food options o their menu. Walk up (in your face covering) or order ahead from 12-6 pm, Wednesday-Saturday.
Details: "At this time last year our Wine Curator Tom Hajduk was prepping the lineup for his sold-out Second Saturday Wine Tasting 'The Rite of Spring: 2018 Rosé.' Since we can't be together this season, he's selected the best bottles freshly arrived from the 2019 fall harvest. Most of these wines have just become available in Seattle! Your 6 bottle pack of rosé will carry lovely variation in style and flavor, so you will have great time tasting these different, colorful gems."
Details: When you order any cocktail between 4-5 pm on Wednesday-Sunday, the nostalgic Interbay diner will throw in another cocktail for free. This week's special is the ever-classy gin martini.
Details: Hungry duos can snag the Ballard Mexican restaurant's taco kits for two, which comes with four deconstructed tacos with your choice of meat and veggies, plus two extra Oaxacan corn tortillas for reinforcement. Preorders and walk-ups welcome.
Holy Mountain Brewing
Details: On May 16 from 12-7 pm, the Interbay brewery will spicy concoctions from Timber City Ginger Beer to go. Order ahead and swing by their drive-through for boozy and non-boozy pickups.
Details: Bellinghman's Structures Brewing has brewed up Pizza Poundin’ West Coast Pale, available in four-packs at the Fremont pizzeria On May 15-16. They'll also have Brooklyn four-cheese and pepperoni pizzas with Salt Blade pepperoni. Spring for the $30 pizza-and-beer deal to get the best of both worlds.
Details: The Ballard Brewed Coalition's latest neighborhood collaboration project is Stoup Brewing's tropical, fruit-forward hazy IPA. Preorder for delivery or for pickup at Reuben's Brews.
Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes
The local catering company Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes has introduced a heat-at-home three-course family meal (plus à la carte options and beer and wine) that changes weekly. Pickup is available at the Hall at Fauntleroy.
Washington Potato Growers
Details: Washington Potato Growers sell most of their crops to local fast-food restaurants, but in light of closures and cutbacks amid the COVID-19 crisis, they have an excess of taters on their hands. To fix that, they'll hold their "largest potato giveaway to date" with help from Emergency Food Network volunteers, who plan to distribute 200,000 pounds of the starchy vegetable and load them into people's cars at the Tacoma Dome on a first-come, first-served basis.
WEEK OF MAY 4
Pop-up details: Since Girl Scouts had to cut their cookie season short in light of COVID-19, the regional drugstore chain is now the exclusive seller of Thin Mints, Samoas, Lemon-Ups, and your other favorite cookies from the Girl Scouts of Western Washington. As of April 29, all 67 locations sell eight varieties.
The Brewmaster's Taproom
Pop-up details: Every Monday from 5:30-7 pm through May 11, this drive-through grocery store will provide bread, deli, pastries, fruits, and vegetables for free for those in need. Donations can be made here.
Restaurant details: "Chef Brendan McGill and the Hitchcock team are set to launch a new pop-up, Sacka-Burgers, on Wednesday, May 6 at the Hitchcock Deli space on Bainbridge Island. Sacka-Burgers is Hitchcock's take on a classic burger joint-think smash burgers from your childhood-but made using Pure Country Beef from the Preservation Meat Collective. The Hitchcock team has also created a vegan patty, so that everyone can quench their burger cravings!"
Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery
On May 10, Ballardites (or people with cars) can sink their teeth into Yukon potato dough cinnamon rolls (they're dairy-free) and sip Blue Star espresso at Hot Cakes' walk-up window. They'll also have a limited amount of take-and-bake molten cakes and other confections, which you can always preorder through their Birthdays Don't Stop program.
Restaurant details: In addition to their regular takeout program (Wednesday-Sunday from 4-8 p.m.) and their Sunday Night Fried Chicken family-style meals, Le Coin has a new Family Brunch service from 10 a.m-1 p.m. Offerings are pretty classic, ranging from bread pudding French toast to chicken and waffles to the restaurant's famous apple fritters with cinnamon sugar and pear butter. This week, they're partnering with Lantern Brewing to offer a Burgers and Beer Take Out Pack for $45.
Shop details: "We heard your dream requests to have pints of yeti and scout mint brownie at your local grocery stores, and we are pleased to announce that you can get both flavors (in addition to sweet cream, cookie dough, melted chocolate, strawberry, and salted caramel!) at your nearest and dearest @pccmarkets! If that wasn’t exciting enough! @pccmarkets is also carrying our deep dark hot fudge and organic sprinkles!"
Missing bar food? On May 8 from 4-9 pm, order Tío Babie's meal packages for one ($20) or two ($30). They come with sandwiches, shwarma chicken nuggets, marinated olives, and spiced bar nuts.
The Wandering Goose
Details: As of May 14, the Southern-influenced cafe has a fresh supply of biscuit sandwiches available at their walk-up window, open from 8 am-1 pm daily from 4-7 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Don't forget, they also have a weekly rotation of desserts.
WEEK OF APRIL 27
Big Boys Kainan
Restaurant details: Still celebrating 4/20? The Filipino food truck is bringing back their 4 for $20 Hot Box deal (which includes lychee lemonade, lumpia, musabi, and the OG chicken sandwich) on May 1 and Fridays to come for delivery, curbside pickup, an walk-in pickup.
Black Magic Sweets
Black Magic Sweets, ChocolateSpiel, Jackie Miao (author of Dining Happy), Handmade La Conner, and the local zine Lady have put together a care package highlighting local women-owned shops, plus community resources and health and safety tips. Order by May 1.
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Winery details: In partnership with the Kentucky Derby (which you can watch a version of virtually on May 2), Chateau Ste. Michelle has announced a limited release of their Le Rosé.
Crunchy Red Fruit
Wine box details: For the month of May, former Canlis sommelier Jackson Rohrbaugh will donate 80% of proceeds from his $79 three-bottle wine box (part of his subscription-based wine club Crunchy Red Fruit) to the Seattle Hospitality Emergency Fund. It also ships for free anywhere in the U.S.
Ethan Stowell Restaurants (How to Cook a Wolf, Mkt., Red Cow, Rione XIII, Tavoláta)
Restaurant details: Each participating Ethan Stowell restaurant has three different ESR @ HOME dinner meals available daily from 4-8 p.m. for curbisde pickup and delivery. Plus, each location has new à la carte options as well.
Restaurant details: The Central District pizzeria is offering a $35 takeout dinner for two that includes any 14-inch pizza, a small house salad, and a bottle of Orizzonti Sangiovese or WA Sagelands Pinot Gris.
Bakery details: Made-to-order cream puff service J Puffs, aka the side project of local amateur baker Jho, is now open for takeout and delivery orders. Place your order by noon on Thursday for pickup or delivery on Friday evening. These puffs are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so don't sleep on it.
Restaurant details: La Dive's new dinner for two includes a quarter load of David's rye bread, house-made corned beer, Polish-style sauerkraut salad, pickled cauliflower, salted butter, smetana (cultured sour cream), adjika (georgian curry paste), hot pepper cheese and 12 frozen pork dumplings. They also have a vegetarian option.
Your friendly neighborhood hangover brunch is back, in pop-up form! Order ahead and stop by from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday starting May 2 for chicken-fried steak, chilaquiles, cowboy tacos, hash browns, hair of the dog (in the form of cocktail kits and beer), and more.
Parfait Organic Artisan Ice Cream
Shop details: The local small-batch ice cream shop is taking preorders for pickup. Send an email to email@example.com with the subject "ice cream pickup" to lock down your order, then swing by to pick it up between 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, May 3. Their current flavors range from butter toffee crunch to black sesame to strawberry frozé.
Restuarant details: Pike Place's rustic Italian restaurant has added frozen lasagna Casalinga, cannelloni, and rigatoni al Forno to its roster of to-go pasta items. They'll be available for pickup on Mother's Day.
Program details: WA-BLOC is partnering with local restaurants and chefs to provide free to-go meals for students and families in the Rainier Beach area every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3 p.m. while schools remain closed. They'll also have some limited non-perishable grocery and snack items while supplies last. This week kicks off with chili and rice served with fruit (April 28) and loco moco and chicken burritos served with fruit (April 30) from Columbia City favorite Super Six.
Tarsan i Jane
Restuarant details: Make a classic Valencian dish at home with Tarsan i Jane's new paella meal kit (and takeout debut!) starting Friday, May 1. If you want, you can add on a snack pack featuring Iberico Bellota ham and a cocktail kit with all the fixings for the Ballard restaurant's signature gin & tonic.
Restaurant details: James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines has put together a family-style menu for your at-home Cinco de Mayo fiesta. The $75 ready-to-reheat dinner, meant to feed four people, comes with the choice of achiote pork or enchiladas Verde, sides of black bean soup and Spanish rice, tres leches cake, and the option addition of a Jalisco margarita kit (for an additional $60).
The Wandering Goose
Restaurant details: Starting May 1, the Southern-influenced cafe will pack up three-piece fried chicken dinners (including three sides and a fresh baked biscuit with jam) for your Friday-Sunday feasting needs.
Restaurant details: Wann Yen's Quarantine Survival Kit includes dinner for two with salty fried pork, sweet and tangy fried pork belly, grilled fermented pork on a skewer, Vietnamese pork sausage, three dipping sauces, three kinds of sticky rice, and fresh veggies. Preorder during the week for a Saturday-night drop-off.
West Seattle Farmers Market
Market details: West Seattle is the latest neighborhood to reopen its farmers market (with some social distancing rules). It will return on Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and, as with the University District and Ballard markets, you're encouraged to plan ahead and preorder where possible, as well as to take a voluntary "oath" detailing sanitation and social distancing procedures they expect shoppers to take, including designating one shopper per household and leaving pets at home.
Whidbey Island Ice Cream Co.
Creamery details: The local creamery has launched a Pint Club for Whidbey Island residents (and people with cars). They'll be bringing back old favorites and new flavors alike, which can be picked up starting Memorial Day weekend at the former Freeland Freeze (located next to Rocket Taco).
Restaurant details: Following last week's Friday chili dinner, the north Seattle deli has a new comfort food announcement: a BBQ brisket meal in two sizes to feed households of two ($50) or four ($95). You're looking at a BBQ brisket sandwich (which you can sub for smoked tofu if you want) on a challah bun with Painted Hills pulled brisket and housemade BBQ sauce, zesty coleslaw, herb-roasted home fries, and a mixed green salad, plus white cake with strawberry and Sidhu Farms rhubarb compote and whipped cream for dessert. Pickup is on Friday between 2-4 p.m.
WEEK OF APRIL 20
Restaurant details: As of this week, Bluwater is offering custom martini kits with a liter of Grey Goose, two martini shells, five types of stuffed olives, twists, and olive juice for $60. Plus, they're giving away complimentary Bailey's bread pudding to those who spend $25 or more.
Winery details: The winery's Spring Release wines will be dropped on Friday, April 24, just in time for your next quarantine date night. You can pair the new offerings with a special menu for pickup on Friday or Saturday. Just be sure to place your order by 5 pm on Thursday, April 23.
Full Tilt Ice Cream
Store details: Full Tilt's latest COVID Survival Pack is a beer float-lover's delight. It comes with Future Primitive Beautiful Terror Stout or Wingman's Peanut Butter Cup Porter (or classic rootbeer, if you prefer) and a pint of ice cream for $25. You can pick up your order April 24-25 from 3-7 pm.
Habit Burger Grill
Restaurant details: The California-based fast-casual burger chain is delivering its famous "charburger" family-style. Orders come with four burgers, four bags of golden fries, and a fresh garden salad.
Hama Hama Company
Store details: The family-run oyster and tree farm has booted up Operation Farmgate: a weekly selection of bivalves at "rock bottom prices," available for preorder and delivery. This week, they're partnering with Boston's Island Creek Oyster Company to offer a species sampler pack, which you can get delivered on either April 23-24, that includes a dozen fresh, ready-to-shuck Virginica, Olympia, and Pacific bivalves for $60.
Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery
Restaurant details: So far, Hot Cakes has raised $13,500 and donated 13,000 cookies to frontline healthcare workers through their Project Cookie initiative. They're currently accepting more donations to keep it going in tandem with their Birthday's Don't Stop delivery program.
Macrina Cafe and Bakery
Bakery details: If you've already conquered sourdough during the quarantine, move onto whole wheat with the longtime Seattle bakery chain's bake-at-home kit. It yields two loaves.
Restaurant details: The seafood-focused spot now offers Chef Boxes, a CSA of rotating goods (like eggs, produce, and some sort of protein) that allow you to make recipes provided by Chef Elisabeth Kenyon.
Bakery details: When you buy a $30 gift card from Mighty-O, the doughnut shop will donate $2 to organizations, workers, and families most affected by the coronavirus crisis. This special will last through May 15th.
Bar details: Belltown's James Beard-nominated beer bar is back, and they're pairing classic dishes like smoked and pickled mussels and waygu burgers with their signature "weird" beers. You can pick up your order starting Thursday, April 23, and the Thursday after that.
Oddfellows Cafe + Bar
Cafe details: Starting Thursday, April 23, the beloved Elliott Bay-adjacent mainstay will be offer a limited takeout menu from 10 am-3 pm through Sunday. Yes, that includes their perfectly gooey cookies.
Pike Place Market Atrium Kitchen
Restaurant details: Atrium's new meal kit, available for Thursday and Friday pickup, packs up local ingredients from Pike Place Market and throws in recipes, chef notes, and cooking tutorials from Chef Traci. This week and next week, the kit includes a spot prawn boil with a baguette and chive butter, cedar plank salmon with honey blackberry glaze, lemon molasses chicken thighs, veggie soba noodles with peanut dressing, and more tasty stuff.
The Pine Box
Bar details: The mortuary-turned-bar is now open for takeout on Wednesdays from 3-6 pm and Fridays from 12-4 pm. On Wednesday, April 22, they're releasing a new line of bottled cocktails, including the Trapped in Paradise Mojito for $10.
Brewery details: Reuben's is partnering with other beer-makers around Seattle for their Hometown Series, which kicks off on Friday, April 24 with an Urban Family Brewing Co. collab—a hazy IPA brewed with oats, peach, passionfruit, and mango that will be available on Friday and into next week. Join Reuben's co-founder Adam Robbings and Urban Family owner Andy Gundel on Friday, April 24 on Instagram Live to learn more about the project.
Restaurant details: Schmaltzy's new "Deli in a Box" kits, available for pickup at Stoup Brewing, have been a hit since they were introduced last weekend. On Saturday, April 25, you can choose from their original box (with 3/4 lb pastrami, 3/4 lb corned beef, 12 ounces of corn slaw, 12 ounces of sauerkraut, Russian dressing, deli mustard, and seven challah and rye buns for $38); a lox box for $30, and a cookie box for $20.
Seattle Hospitality Emergency Fund
Program details: Bartenders across Washington have contributed cocktail recipes to a downloadable e-book curated by industry leader Casey Robison, with proceeds benefiting the Seattle Hospitality COVID-19 Emergency Fund.
Serafina & Cicchetti
Restaurant details: The Eastlake Italian restaurant and its little sister, Cicchetti, will reopen for takeout and delivery within a five-mile radius. Current offerings include regular menu items (like rigatoni bolognese from Serafina and a half-roast chicken from Cicchetti), as well as a take-and-bake items like prime rib, pork, chicken, and vegetable skewers. If you're restocking your pantry, you can order items like cookie dough, dry pasta, and sauces, as well as wine and beer and cocktail kits (the latter of which will be coming at the end of this week).
Pop-up details: Operating out of his Ballard Warehouse Kitchen, Tom Douglas has opened SeriousTakeOut, a no-contact drive-thru, walk-up, and delivery site with a smattering of Serious Pie pizzas, oven-baked sandwiches, and wine, beer, and signature cocktail kits. This week, you can preoder pizza and wings from the much-loved (and temporarily closed) Palace Kitchen.
Taylor Shellfish Farms
Restaurant details: Looking to start your own shellfish garden? From April 21-May 4, you can preorder manila clam, pacific oyster, kumamoto oyster, mussel, and geoduck seeds from Taylor Shellfish's South Sound location. Orders must be picked up by May 9.
Vif & Petite Soif
Restaurant details: The sister wine bars and cafes have expanded their pickup days to Thursday-Saturday, and they've added some new menu and larder items. At Vif, ready-to-eat items include a Little Gem salad; an asparagus frittata; a kit with a can of Sprats, Seawolf Bakers rye, pickled red onion, and labneh; and Italian wedding soup. They also have preorder items like a chicory salad kit for two, lasagne bolognese, eggplant parm, focaccia, and apple-rhubarb galette. If you're a fromage fiend, Petite Soif has a cheese board (among other new menu items) with Bellwether San Andreas sheep's milk, Jasper Hills oma, Cascadia Creamery glacier blue, pickled rhubarb, walnuts, dates, and focaccia.
WEEK OF APRIL 13
Ada's Technical Books
Cafe details: Ada's is opening a low-contact Pi(e) Shop for the month of April ("and possibly beyond"). They'll have a rotating assortment of daily ready-to-heat-up specials available for preorder and pickup.
Ballard and University District Farmers Markets
Market details: Rejoice (with caution): The Ballard and University District Farmers Markets will return on Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19, respectively. They write, "We are all responsible in being diligent when it comes to strict distancing, routine sanitation, and extended health measures at our food access points." They also recommend sending one shopper per household, preordering from vendors, and bringing reusable bags.
Restaurant details: Order a Brunch Kit from SeaBear Smokehouse and pick it up from any of Blazing Bagels' locations, then plate up and join others on Facebook Live. You can choose from a Classic Seattle Brunch (one pound of European-style smoked salmon, wild salmon schmear, and a four-pack of bagels) or the Pike Deluxe Brunch (the same thing, but with eight links of Uli’s Breakfast Sausage).
Brimmer & Heeltap
Bar details: Brimmer & Heeltap is closed, but you can sign up for their new Common Cents (Wine) Club—get three or six bottles per month ($50 or $100, respectively) for pickup or delivery.
Bakery details: Following the success of their kid-friendly Easter cookie decorating kits, the Scandinavian bakery now has semi-permanent cookie decorating kits featuring spring flowers and "the cutest little doggies."
Restaurant details: In addition to a dinner program, family meals, cocktail kits, and CSA boxes, Canlis is now offering bingo cards in their deliveries. Every Friday, use it to compete with other Canlis diners for the chance to win a CSA box, a $100 gift certificate, and two rolls of premium toilet paper (double-ply, baby). Canlis has also announced that they are now offering expanded delivery to West Bellevue, Shoreline, and Mercer Island.
Restaurant details: Starting April 17, Matt Dillon's upscale, colorful Latin American spot now has Friday-night meals (for two) and cocktail kits (yielding 15 drinks) for no-contact pickup. Orders close on Wednesday evening, or when supplies run out.
Bakery details: Rachael Coyle has temporarily closed her Greenwood shop, but she's offering a limited menu of pre-order items that will be available for pickup Saturday, April 11, only, including hot cross buns for Easter, as well as bake-at-home scones, rhubarb galettes, marmalade, and sourdough starter.
Restaurant details: The Chinatown seafood favorite is releasing a limited amount of Home Boil kits complete with crawfish, clams, shrimp, snow crab, Andouille sausages, Cajun seasoning and other garnishes, bibs and gloves, a 16-quart pot, and a table cloth. If you got the pot from their previous sale and just want more seafood, you can do that, too—those orders will come with an extra pound of shrimp.
Ethan Stowell Restaurants (Cortina, Cortina Cafe, Goldfinch Tavern, How to Cook a Wolf, Kigo Kitchen, Mkt., Red Cow, Rione XIII, San Juan Seltzery, Staple & Fancy, Tavoláta)
Restaurant details: The restaurant group will match $25 deals for healthcare workers. You can add the donation to your online order.
Heavy Bottle Shop
Wine bar details: "We’re all looking forward to things getting back to normal. In the meantime we’re opening up our wine cellars for pickup or delivery. Order online or feel free to contact our Sommelier team for guidance and expertise via text or email. We’re here to help. All wines have the 50% off discount reflected in price. Pick Up and Delivery times vary, please click on a location for more details. There is a $15 delivery fee added to all delivery orders."
Jellyfish Brewing Company
Brewery details: Every Saturday Starting April 18, the Georgetown brewery and tasting room will sell mason jars, growlers, and kegs of beer to go from 12-5 p.m. You can preorder on their website.
Restaurant details: As of Thursday, April 16, Lazy Susan has reopened. They're offering curbside pickup, walk-up orders, Uber Eats delivery, beer and wine takeout, and 50% discounts for laid-off industry workers. They even have takeout frozen slushies!
Linda's Tavern and King's Hardware
Restaurant details: Starting Thursday, April 16 and continuing every Thursday and Friday from 4-8 p.m., Linda Derschang's beloved Linda's Tavern and King's Hardware will transform into burger pickup pop-ups. Each menu will feature classic burgers with sides of tots, onion rings, yuca fries, or wings tossed in your choice of housemade sauce or dry rub with blue cheese dressing.
Little Neon Taco
Restaurant details: For 420 only, Monica Dimas's taqueria will bring you takes on Taco Bell classics for takeout and delivery, including Crunchwrap Supremes, Enchiritos, and Double Decker Supremes, as well as boozy favorites.
Restaurant details: Manolin will have a Taco Takeover pop-up from April 16–19, 11 am-3 pm. Choose from al pastor or chicken mole negro, and add on cocktails and wine if you're so inclined. Delivery is also available.
Nutty Squirrel Gelato
Restaurant details: During April only, Nutty Squirrel is running a $20 "Choose Your Adventure" promo, featuring three unique gelato kits that each come with sugar cones and sundae toppings, available for pickup or delivery. Choices are Spring Cheers (two pints of sweet milk gelato, four sugar cones, lemon cookie mix, marshmallow charms, and sprinkles); Mount Spumoni (two pints of sweet milk gelato, four sugar cones, Amarena cherries, pistacho cream, and biscotti fudge); and Quadruple Chocolate (two pints of chocolate gelato, four sugar cones, chocolate fudge, chocolate medals, and brownie bits).
Bakery details: Starting April 17, Raised Doughnuts will have doughnut-making ingredients for you to play around with at home available for purchase in their shop while supplies last, including low-gluten flour, sugar, and active dry yeast.
Restaurant details: Starting April 16, Capitol Hill Mexican restaurant El Xolo will pop up in the Raíz space from 11 am-2:30 pm on weekdays. Stop by to pick up or call 206-402-3281 ahead of time to order tortas and burritos.
Brewery details: On April 16, Reuben's released a new pandemic-specific beer: the You Are not Alone IPA, all proceeds from which are donated to the Big Table nonprofit to aid hospitality workers affected by COVID. You can get it delivered through their new statewide beer case shipping program, which also debuted this week, or order online to pick it up at the taproom from 10 am-7 pm daily.
Restaurant details: You can now get your to-go sundae kits from Shug's Pike Place and West Seattle locations. At Pike, which offers online ordering, you can walk up to a window open Thursday-Sunday from 2-8 pm. The West Seattle location, which doesn't offer online ordering, is open Thursday-Saturday from 2-5 pm.
Slab Sandwiches and Pie
Restaurant details: Starting Thursday, April 16 and continuing every Thursday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Slab will scratch their regular menu to sling burgers for the masses. Their Burger Mania menu features such delights as a Carman Ranch beef burger with red onion jam, dijon, and raclette cheese on a brioche bun with a side of Lark fries with ketchup and smoked aioli, for $20. Plus, at both Slab and Southpaw Pizza, you can order an $18 meal to be delivered to local healthcare workers.
Restaurant details: Jason Stoneburner's brand-new restaurant officially opened April 16, 2020. Call 206-659-0355 to place your order for pickup between Thurs-Sun, 3 pm-8 pm. Online ordering coming soon.
Taproot Cafe & Bar
Restaurant details: The Columbia City spot is offering to-go dinners for $20-$26 that include a salad, dessert, two entrees (which change weekly), and a dinner roll with herb garlic butter. You can also choose from their full food, smoothie, and juice menu, as well as spirits, wine, and beer for pickup or nearby delivery.
Toggle Bottle Shop
Pop-up details: Garzón Latinx Street Food will pop up at the Everett bottle shop on Saturday, April 18 from 4-7 p.m. Stop by for tasty humitas (steamed corn cakes in corn husks with citrus butter), patacones (twice-fried plantains with chimchurri aioli), and more to-go options.
Urban Family Brewing
Brewery details: On Saturday, April 18, Urban Family will release three new cans for preorder (which you can recieve in person or through delivery): The Crucial Velocity pilsner, the Mass Driver IPA, and the Zeek & Destroy double IPA.
WEEK OF APRIL 6
BOCA Restobar & Grill
Restaurant details: This Argentinian comfort food spot is offering a to-go menu, available daily for takeout or delivery from 5-9 p.m, that includes things like empanadas, lamb and pork sausages, and plenty of steak and chicken entrees.
Restaurant details: Copperleaf's takeout options include Farm to Your Table menus (available daily from 11:30 am–8 pm, with family-style options included), a curbside beer and wine menu (check out their Cedarbrook IPA), "Somm's Steals" wines available up to 75% off, and a weekly Sunday Supper with Chef Adam Instagram live video series every week at 3 pm.
Dick's Drive-In (all locations)
Restaurant details: When you give hospital workers the gift of 24 Dick's burgers for $50 (which you can now order through their website), the beloved local chain will match any donation to up to 1,000 boxes.
Free Vegetarian Food Truck
Pop-up details: Starting Wednesday, April 8, Northwest Share's free vegetarian food truck will operate four times a week at University Heights Center to provide healthy meals to those in need.
Restaurant details: "We're thrilled to announce our partnership with @drinkhaus and The Restaurant Project who is providing direct support to restaurants effected by COVID-19. We worked together to create a limited edition apéritif, with sales benefitting our staff during this difficult time. Our Gin & Juice apéritif features notes of rich juniper, sweet elderflower, and the bright acidity of fresh oranges. You can pre-order now through the link in our bio, and bottles will ship mid-May. As always, we thank you for all of your support!"
Kizuki Ramen & Izakaya
Restaurant details: The ramen chain is offering free lunches to children under 18 at their Northgate, West Seattle, and Tacoma locations. Everyone else can opt for a build-your-own ramen kit to assemble at home for $50.
Restaurant details: The acclaimed Ravenna sushi restaurant is offering 10-piece takeout omakase dinners and chirashi bowls for $40 each, as well as $30 futomaki sampler and bottles of sake.
Three Sacks Full
Pop-up details: The sustainability-focused pop-up will prepare family meals for pickup, with a portion of sales set aside to benefit relief programs like Facing Homelessness. The menu for April 8-9 is sold out, but check back for future offerings.
WEEK OF MARCH 30
Ba Bar (Capitol Hill, South Lake Union, and University District locations)
Restaurant details: As of April 1, Ba Bar Capitol Hill is serving $5 meals (Phở Tái Nạm, grilled chicken vermicelli, and vegetarian vermicelli) from 1-5 p.m. daily for all restaurant, bar, food industry, and hotel workers employed or recently laid off. They'll also continue to offer 20% off standard call-in orders.
Bakery Nouveau (Capitol Hill, West Seattle, and Burien locations)
Bakery details: "Easter treats are now available at all three locations. Look for Hot Cross Buns, Brioche Rolls, Spring Cakes, Chocolate Crosses, and small and large Easter Bunnies in white, dark and milk chocolate. There are also whimsical Chocolate Eggs and Characters filled with 5 or 10 chocolates, as well as decorative boxes of chocolates. Special orders are welcome and need to be made by Thursday, April 9."
Blazing Bagel (all locations
Cafe details: "Every Tuesday at Blazing Bagels, we will be offering a roll of toilet paper to EVERY customer who makes a purchase of $30 or more at any of our four locations!"
Restaurant details: "Family Meal launches Wednesday, April 1. Offered Wednesday through Sunday, Family Meal is a choice of roast chicken, double-cut pork chops, or a vegetarian feast with all the fixings for curbside pickup or delivery. Each Family Meal offers two price options and includes salads, vegetable sides, fresh bread, and cookies. There will also be a rotating selection of a la carte items, as well as bottles of wine available to order. Same day orders are accepted Wednesday to Sunday with one hour lead time. Pick up is from 3pm to 7pm." The restuarant will also be launching a CSA box subscription-based program on April 5.
Bakery details: In addition to offering takeout and delivery options, Insomnia Cookies, "an iconic brand in the late-night cookie game," is hosting a #DeliveringWarmMoments contest. Until April 9, you can nominate someone for a complimentary cookie care package. They're also offering a DIY Cookie’wich kit, which comes with cookies, ice cream, and toppings.
Jack's BBQ (South Lake Union and Sodo locations)
Restaurant details: "Both the SLU and SoDo locations are offering takeout and delivery while the Columbia Tower location is still open for takeout. In addition, Jack's is offering a free appetizer or dessert to anyone that purchases a gift card now and dines in at a later date. Orders for takeout, delivery and gift cards can be placed on the Jack's BBQ website. Curbside pickup is also available." On April 1, Jack's announced that it will also be setting up a pop-up shop in the Bellevue cafe Brief Encounter each Wednesday through Sunday from 4–7 p.m, offering sandwiches, salads, pulled pork by the pound, and pecan pie for pickup.
Restaurant details: The street-food-inspired small plates spot has an à la carte menu available for delivery and pickup daily from 11 a.m.-9 p.m., plus a three-course meal for two that includes a bottle of wine for $45.
Bakery details: "This isn’t a joke we promise! We appreciate all the love and support we’ve been feeling lately and want to return the favor! We are offering 10% and 20% off online orders until April 1st!"
Salt & Straw
Delivery service details: While their shops are closed, the ice cream makers are delivering a limited run of their March Flavor Vault series to your door between Monday-Wednesday (Thursday for overnight delivery). Each pack includes two pints of Cinnatopia Cinnamon Bun, two pints of Wild Foraged Berry Pie, and one pint of Salted Caramel Cupcake. Plus, as of April 3, they're offering a five-pint "Treat Yourself Pack" with Pots of Gold & Rainbows; Salted, Malted, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough; Chocolate Gooey Brownie; Strawberry Coconut Water Sherbet; and Double Fold Vanilla.
Shake Shack (South Lake Union, University District, and Kirkland locations)
Restaurant details: "Introducing DIY ShackBurger Kits delivered by @goldbelly (ready-to-cook boxes shipped with all the staples you need to recreate a classic ShackBurger at home)! Each kit features ingredients to make 8 ShackBurgers (including our custom blend of @patlafrieda 100% Angus beef, Martin’s @potatorolls, American cheese + our secret ShackSauce). Trust us, your whole quaran-team will be impressed."
Shaker + Spear
Restaurant details: Starting Friday, April 3, the Palladian Hotel's seafood-focused restaurant will offer a pre-fixe dinner and drinks available for pick up or delivery, with options like "sassy" peanut and chili shrimp, steelhead with charred onion ricotta, a chargrilled burger, and chocolate pot de crème. Oh, and every order will come with a free—ahem, complimentary—roll of toilet paper.
Restaurant details: Shelter Lounge's Green Lake location will offer a "Shelter at Home" pre-fixe menu available Wednesdays-Saturdays from 4-8 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. They post daily menus on their Instagram.
Restaurant details: The Indian street food vendor is offering 50 free meals every Monday and Tuesday from 5-7 p.m., available for pickup, until the COVID-19 crisis is over. They're accepting donations to keep the program going via Venmo (@uttammukh) and PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org). Their regular menu items are also available for takeout and delivery (Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 5-9 p.m.).
PRE-SET MEALS & SPECIAL MENUS
Art of the Table
Restaurant details: "Uncertain times require creative thinking. To that end, we are trying something a little different. We are offering a meal to take home - good, soulful, simple food without fuss and tweezers. A meal your family or friends can gather and share.... Call us and reserve a meal for any day of the week (except Tuesday). We are accepting reservations for future dates as well, so if you want to pick one up but tonight isn't the night, call and schedule one for the day you'd like! Meals will be available for pick up anytime after 4pm. If you don’t want to leave your abode and you live in close proximity to us, we can make arrangements to deliver it to you." See this week's menu here.
Restaurant details: "Ba Sa is serving a Community Rice Bowl. This hearty rice bowl comes with pork belly, egg and greens for $5. It is available for takeout each day, until it runs out. This dish was made to be accessible to everyone in the community, so if $5 is too much of a burden, islanders can stop by Ba Sa for the community rice bowl, on the house."
Restaurant details: "Bateau to Go: We're here for you, Seattle! Orders can be placed between 3-7 pm over the phone 206 900 8699 or email us, up till 3 pm for day of pickup: email@example.com. Curbside pick up is between 4-8 pm." Options include a $50 dinner for two, a $30 Bateau burger kit that feeds two, a la carte Bateau Provisions (house pickles, beef bones, and bone broth), and other a la carte menu items."
Restaurant details: The State Hotel's Ben Paris is adding a special family-style menu, along with their standard menu, for takeout. They've also added bloody Mary kits to go—just add vodka, gin, or tequila—for $20.
Restaurant details: "Cafe Flora has a Takeout Menu available 10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily with brunch, lunch, and dinner dishes. For the first time in their 30-year history Cafe Flora is offering their famous cinnamon rolls, frozen, for take-and-bake at home. In addition to Cafe Flora's weekday to-go and delivery menu from 11am-7pm, they have launched The Flora Bakehouse Pop Up and the Flora Pantry today, this weekend they will have a weekend brunch to-go menu."
Cafe details: "Hang in there, Vita family. You can’t hang with your buds, but spring has sprung and there are beautiful buds all around you! $2 from each sale of our #WeGotThisSeattle blend sold is donated to COVID-19 relief efforts. If you haven’t already, pickup a bag and add a donation to the #VirtualTipJar to your next order on caffevita.com."
Cask & Trotter
Restaurant details: "Family Meal! 2lbs of brisket, pulled pork, chicken thighs (choice of 1 or 2) and choice of two 10 oz sides, with four corn bread and a bottle of house red wine for $50."
Restaurant details: "Try our Netflix & Chill deal: Large Charcuterie board with a bottle of wine and two complimentary wine glasses upon pickup or FREE delivery! Sandwiches, flatbreads & more." Dingfelder's Delicatessen
Restaurant details: "How good does this three meat combo with pastrami, corned beef and tongue look?! We’re open daily 11-7, and 11-9 on Fridays and Saturdays! In addition to our full menu, we’re also offering our Passover, family meals and grandma on the go menus! For more information please visit www.dingfelders.com. To order ahead for pick up, delivery or curbside pick up email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 206.403.1365." The deli is also launching a Grandma On The Go menu featuring refrigerated items, from soup to pastrami by the pound, as well as a Family Meals menu of prepared dinners for a minimum of two people.
Eden Hill Provisions
Restaurant details: "We’re offering three subscriptions: 1. Dinner Box, a prepared meal for 4 including appetizer, entree, dessert, wine, cocktail kit, and a provision or two from our kitchen. 2. Pantry box, a collection of items from the EHP kitchen to supplement your pantry, including fresh breads, desserts, pickled projects, condiments, sauces, etc, eggs, and fresh produce from some of our suppliers. 3. Wine box, a couple of hand selected bottles of wine from our sommelier."
Elliott's Oyster House
Restaurant details: "What we all need right now is a little comfort, food and plenty of wine. To best serve our community and employees, you now have the opportunity to enjoy the Elliott’s Oyster House and Metropolitan Grill experience in the comfort of your home. Our two restaurants have partnered to create a collaborative menu for our guests. Our fully prepared oven-ready meals are delivered fresh to your doorstep. All of our steaks are pre-marked on our grill, simply heat to desired temperature and serve. Bottles of wine are available for additional enjoyment. AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK. Delivery fees are waived during this time for orders within a 15-mile radius."
General Harvest Restaurants (Haymaker, Le Messe, Raccolto, Vendemmia
Restaurant details: "It’s official! We are adapting with the times and are now a take out only restaurant group. We are committed to safety and doing the best we can in keeping our team busy and our neighbors fed. We are now offering a daily menu available for call in and pick up/delivery. We will post the current menu everyday along with ordering options."
Half and Half Doughnut Co.
Bakery details: "Thursday March 26 through Saturday March 29th. Say “Put the Lime in the Coconut” and you will receive one free mini old fashioned of your choice and half price off any beverage! We thought we could all use a little fun right about now so we pinched a little phrase from the song Coconut by Harry Nilsson 1971 this song inspired our Feel Better doughnut in response to the corona virus. Put the Lime in the Coconut and you’ll feel better!!"
Hitchcock Restaurant Group (Hitchock, Bar Taglio, and Bruciato)
Delivery service details: Slide into Hitchcock Restaurant Group Beverage Director Alexandra Stang's DMs to get some advice on which wines you should order from HRG's new "Pandemic Wine Club," which Eater calls an "ad hoc remote sommelier service" coming from Hitchcock, Bruciato, and Bar Taglio.
Restaurant details: "Let us continue to nourish you with delicious Homer meals in the comfort of your own home. Until further notice, we will be offering lunch & dinner takeout as well as our pantry staples. Please find complete menu here. Orders can be placed online here (top left corner!) or over the phone at 206-785-6099. Our hours will be Tuesday through Sunday, 12pm-8pm."
La Carta de Oaxaca
Restaurant details: "Our delicious molé as well as our fresh salsa, handmade corn tortillas, and other dishes are available to purchase in large quantities for take-out. Ask about bulk orders for the whole family. We are open from 11am-9pm. We’d love to see you."
Restaurant details: "Seasonal Four-Course 'From Lark’s Kitchen to Yours' dinners offered Tuesday through Saturday. Meals are packaged with reheating instructions and cost is $60/person, with 2 person minimum. The menu will change every few days. Call 206.323.5275 or email email@example.com to place orders between 11am – 4pm for same day curbside pick up between 4pm - 6pm. Pre-orders are welcome one day in advance too."
Restaurant details: "Prefer to enjoy our menu chez vous? During these unprecedented times, we are offering most of our menu TO-GO including our famous whole WA State free-range roasted chicken for two. Check out our menu then give us a call or stop by to order. And why not add a bottle of wine to your order for a complete meal a la française?"
Restaurant details: "We are taking orders before 6, for pickup between 6-8. We have a new takeout menu with reduced prices on our popular items. We are taking orders through email at firstname.lastname@example.org with credit card pre payment."
Restaurant details: Marmite has created a special "On the Fly" menu available for takeout and delivery. Call them up or visit them in person to order nettle soup, lamp stew, and other soups to which you can add an "immune boost" of garlic, ginger, cayenne, and scallions for $3. Other offerings include chickpea salad, potato gratin, beef au Jus, and quiche.
Restaurant details: "We are closed but you're still hungry! We've put together a Meal Bag for you to pick up! Pick up in the Market, Cap Hill or Queen Anne! Support your local restaurant community! We want to survive this difficult situation and re-open! For that, we need your support!"
Molly Moon's Ice Cream (all locations)
Delivery service details: Until they can reopen their doors, Molly Moon's has introduced a new "pint club," which yields eleven pints (for the cost of 10), a cute freezer bag, a jar of organic homemade sprinkles, and a mystery sticker—a $125 value for $99.50.
Bar details: "This Friday and Saturday (March 20-21) we're offering take-home Navy Strength cocktail kits! We will provide you with the ingredients, garnishes, and recipe, all you've gotta do is add the booze! We'll list suggested spirits with each cocktail, but you can use what you've got handy."
Venue details: "After much soul-searching about how to be a responsible business during these challenging days — we have suspended our classes through the end of March, until we can be assured that it’s once again safe to gather together around our tables. While we will miss breaking bread with you, we see no reason to stop feeding you! Starting on Sunday, March 14, we’re turning our currently scheduled classes into take-out pop-ups, serving take-away versions of the class’s menus. Each meal will be made with care and love (and with lots and lots of hand-washing) by the Pantry’s chefs and instructors. We’re going to get through this together!"
Restaurant details: "Little Saigon’s well-known Vietnamese restaurant Pho Bac offers two takeout options: ready-to-eat pho for pickup, or meal kits with instructions on preparation. There are also family meal combos and take-home bottles of wine." (Via Eater) Best of all, the restaurant will deliver your order on the "Pho Mobile," a tricked-out parking enforcement vehicle, and will donate a portion of proceeds to the Chinatown-International District Relief Fund.
Plum Bistro & Plum Chopped
Restaurant details: "Plum Bistro and Plum Chopped are open for take out and delivery we are offering an all day menu hot and ready for pick up in 30 min or affordably priced family meals everyday ready for pick up at 5:00pm daily. Our online store is fully built out allowing customers to complete the entire transaction online and do curbside pick up. Gift cards are also available for purchase."
Restaurant details: "Dinner program update: Cochinita Pibil & sides (Spanish rice, black beans, salsa verde, chicory salad & 1dz fresh tortillas) $35. We are offering free delivery within 2 miles of @raizseattle. The details: two time slots- 5:00pm & 6:30pm, with order cut off at 4pm. Please dm/call/email. We love you guys!"
Provision details: "You told us what you wanted, so...your TOTALLY NEW Pike Place Market box this week will include: Market tulips (Alm Hill Gardens), Bag o' fresh fruits/veggies (Frank's Quality Produce),Curbside pickup & delivery options. Also, you can do add-ons for: Hot menu item - bibimbap! (Oma Bap), Extra bouquets of flowers and produce, Extremely limited # of Market boxes available, so place your order soon so you get in before we sell out like last week. First come, first served! Remember that all of these great eats and treats will all be delivered or picked up in one go, saving you time. We've heard you can't even place an Amazon Go order for delivery until April 7th! Don't worry, we've got you covered."
Restaurant details: "Guests can now order Takeout Sushi at Shiro's Sushi. Executive Chef Kinomoto has created a New Takeout Menu and sushi will be packaged per order and ready to take home when guests arrive. Takeout is available from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and guests can place their order by calling 206.443.9844 and pickup at Shiro's."
South Town Pie
Restaurant details: The pizzeria is open for curbside pickup. Slices are limited to pepperoni and cheese for the time being, but on the plus side, you can can get beer and wine with your order. They also offer a family meal that feeds four people, which comprises an 18-inch pizza, large house salad, and Rice Crispy dessert.
Taylor Shellfish Farms
Restaurant details: "Skip the prep time and pull the fresh oyster experience straight from your freezer - no shucking skills required. Introducing our frozen top off oysters, perfect for grilling or popping in the oven. Our flash-frozen Pacific oysters are beach grown, hand selected, cleaned and shucked for consistent quality. You will receive 30 or 60 Pacific oysters, about 3” in length that already have their top shell removed. Eat them one at a time over the next year or all at once – these frozen oysters give you endless options!"
Trophy Cupcakes (all locations
Bakery details: "Just in time for the kids being home from school…we’ve launched our Decorate Your Own Cupcake kit! We hope that this will be a fun activity for the kids that will spark their creativity and keep them busy for hours! The bonus? The whole family gets to enjoy yummy cupcakes for dessert ! You’ll receive 6 unfrosted chocolate and 6 unfrosted vanilla cupcakes, a tub of Madagascar vanilla buttercream (enough to decorate all 12 cupcakes), 3 small disposable pastry bags, 3 fun & colorful bags of sprinkles and 12 sugar toppers. You’ll receive our signature Yumfetti sprinkles, candy heart sprinkles and our fave pastel mix. You’ll also receive 12 sugar toppers in a variety of magical shapes and color (rainbows, hearts and unicorns for sure!)." They add, "We're offering FREE DELIVERY on qualifying orders at www.trophycupcakes.com or call us at 2066327020 ext 1 (offer code 'FREEDELIVERY')."
Restaurant details: "We will be serving [a] to-go menu starting at 4:00p, with the last orders in by 7:00p daily. If you’d like to come inside to pick up your takeout order we'd love to say a quick hello, but if not, we’re more than happy to bring your order right out to your car. Until we get our online ordering up and running, please phone in your order, and we’ll get you set up! We are also happy to offer delivery within a 2.5 radius for an extra $5.00.... Ask about our other wines on the list, as well as beer and other drink options when you order!" See the full menu here, which includes cheese, corned beef, a fried chicken plate, and carrot cake.
The Whale Wins
Restaurant details: "Starting tomorrow, Tuesday March 17th — We’re kicking off our temporary but mighty 🐳 Whale Take Out. Wine is involved, lots and lots of it!! Preorder over email till 3 pm day of pickup: email@example.com. Orders after 3 pm can be placed over the phone till 7 pm: 206-900-0809. Curbside pick up will be available anytime between 4-8 pm. Add a 3 pack of red or white for $50 or $80. Or grab a mixed pack of 6 bottles for $100. Single bottles to go are also available from all over France, Italy, Spain and Pacific Northwest. We will be taking walk-in orders till we run out!" See the menu here—options include a dozen oysters, pork belly sandwiches, and the Whale Wins chicken.
Restaurant details: "First off, we are not closing, just making a few revisions to how we do business here. Our chef's counter experiences and cooking classes will be pushed back until we can have guests in the restaurant. We will be rescheduling our strategy based dinner games as well that are currently scheduled for this month. All of the other experiences will be made to-go so if there is something you see coming up that sounds amazing then book it with confidence as we will be packaging it up for you. When you book let us know if you would like it warm or cold on pick up. We are getting ready to launch more locations for addo for the people, week two of pantry, and week two of addo @ home. We will also be doing some free livestream cooking classes as we know some of you are having to cook more than usual at home we want to help!" Addo also announced a new takeout dinner series for two.
Shopping center details: "Now through April 24, The Bellevue Collection’s “Do Good With Delivery” program donates two meals to Bellevue LifeSpring’s emergency response program for every take-out order placed with participating restaurants, including the likes of Castilla, Din Tai Fung, Joey and more. For a full list of eateries open for to-go orders, see here."
Delivery service details: Olga Sagan, the owner of beloved local Russian bakery chain Pirosky Piroshky, has cooked up an idea for a new delivery service, which Seattle Met describes as "a simple online hub for local restaurants offering delivery, takeout, or both." It's an alternative to third-party services like Uber Eats and Caviar that often charge large delivery fees. The website is currently stocked with 60 local restaurants, who can control the message and menu that customers see.
Guerrilla Pizza Kitchen
Restaurant details: "I don't have much to offer the community as a small business owner except, well, pizza. Starting today I'll be taking orders for pick up this Friday 3/20. How does it work? Good question. This pizza frenzy will be PAY WHAT YOU WILL, I won't have assigned prices, I won't be running your card and payment isn't mandatory. $0 or $100, you get fed all the same. There's more tho, I'll be taking 20% of any profits to try and keep this pizza machine running as long as I am able or I am told otherwise (don't be a narc) the other 80% will be donated and split between the Ballard Food Bank which serves as a buffer for the homeless and low income and the Jessica Joyce organized GoFundMe that is developing for an industry where the majority of folks no longer have a job and no safety net to catch em."
Restaurant details: "Offering panini, pizza, and provisions, Panino Taglio has a rotating selection of takeout options including panini on 120 hour Roman-style dough, whole take & bake pizza, and pizza by the slice, as well as house made pickles, preserves, ferments, fresh cheese, and pasta, plus aged cheeses, cured meats, Italian import goods, KLSN breads, farm fresh organic produce and eggs for the neighborhood and beyond. Wine and beer will be available by the end of the week."
Tight 5 Farm
Pop-up details: With many local farmers markets closed for the time being, Ballard urban farm Tight 5 is coming through for you—for the next three weekends (until April 12), from noon to 6 pm, they'll sell produce from vendors who you usually see at Sunday markets. You can order online for pickup.
Restaurant details: The soba restaurant will offer takeout and curbside pickup (ordered 24 hours in advance). There are also free onigiri (rice balls) and yakult drinks for kids 12 and under with each order.
Mighty-O Donuts (all locations)
Shop details: "Let’s hear it for Free Delivery! Today through March 31st, UberEats is offering free delivery, AND buy one get one free on select donuts (Sprinkles, French Toast, and Apple Fritter). Starting tomorrow Caviar will be offering free delivery through March 31st. Order away!"
Resturant details: Chef Tarik Abdullah, Soulful Dishes owner Jimaine Miller, and other local chefs are helping prepare free meals for those in need. They're open for takeout and delivery.
Delivery service details: "We know, things are difficult in Seattle right now. As we weather these rainy days, as we always have, our coffee is one of those special experiences that bind us together as a city, perk us up, and buoy our spirits. And we are proud to support the 35+ local coffee roasters whose amazing work we feature. Please enjoy 15% off all our coffees with the code STRANGER-2020. If you're new to Bean Box, here are a few places to start: best-selling coffees, coffees ready to ship, coffee gifts, coffee subscriptions, and our $5 coffee Starter Kit, which is a great way to get your coffee palate warmed up. Thanks for supporting our local coffee roasters, and please stay home, safe, and cozy."
Ivar's (all locations)
Restaurant details: "Sign up for Ivar's Free Entree Birthday Offer! Fill out the form here to receive an exclusive Buy-One, Get-One Free Ivar Birthday coupon and you'll receive a "thank you" email with the offer. Simply visit your local Ivar's Seafood Bar and present to redeem. Good for takeout only; no delivery available."
Restaurant details: "We’re OPEN and whipping up scrumptious savory take out orders (30% off full menu) for pickup curb side. Text 206-979-7049 from 6pm"
Jude's Old Town
Restaurant details: The family-friendly neighborhood bar is offering 10% off on all to-go bottles of wine, vermouth, and bitters for drinking at home. They also write, "You can donate Jude's gift certificates to Seattle hospitality workers who have been put out of work by the COVID-19 pandemic. Jude's will donate an additional 15% of the amount on every gift card. We will work through the Seattle Service Workers Mutual Aid Group to distribute the donations.
Kimpton Restaurants (Tulio, Outlier, Bookstore Bar and Cafe, Shaker and Spear)
Restaurant details: “Is take-out your new normal? We're offering 20% off all take out orders. Or want to stock up for future dining? Purchase a gift card and receive a 25% increase in the dollar value (for ex: $100 purchase gets you a $125 gift card)."
Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya
Restaurant details: "Make your own Ramen at home using the Kizuki in-home Ramen Kit! The Ramen Cooking kit is $59.99 and during the virus crisis we will also discount it for $49.99 to help our community in this difficult time!"
Restaurant details: "We want you to be able to enjoy your Little Big Burger favorites - even if we can’t invite you to dine in our restaurants at this time. So we’re offering FREE TOUCHLESS DELIVERY through the end of March. You can also call ahead or go online to place a pick-up order and we'll have it ready for you when you arrive with minimal contact with our teams. Also, starting this week with the help of our delivery partner DoorDash, we’re changing our default delivery method to a no-contact option to minimize contact between delivery drivers and guests like you."
LOCAL Public Eatery
Restaurant details: "During this time, LOCAL Terry Ave is offering 20% off curbside pick-up for food and 50% off bottles/cans of beer and wine. We are also offering 10% off + $0 Delivery Fee for LOCAL orders on DoorDash. Our hours are 12-10pm."
Restaurant details: "Momiji will have take-out hours between 5-9pm. We working hard to go live on Caviar for delivery and take-out within the next week and will be live on Toast App for take-out options online within 48 hours. Pick up orders can be made through the phone or in-person between 3/18-3/25 and we will be offering a 25% discount off the total bill."
Mamnoon, Mamnoon Street, and Anar
Restaurant details: "As a special incentive for your participation in the good fight, we will add 20% more to the balance of any mama gift card purchased between today and May 31st, 2020. For example, If you pay for a $500 gift card you will receive one worth $600! These mama gift cards can be purchased and used at any of our restaurants and also for catering services!"
Seattle Fish Guys
Restaurant details: "You asked for an extended week so here it is, FREE DELIVERY to Seattle, Renton and Bellevue for your weeks worth of fresh seafood for $199! Check out the post for deets! Don’t forget you can always call your order in and pick-up and receive 1lb of your choice of spicy or shoyu tuna poke compliments of SFG! We just need a 2 hour heads up cause we’re busy packing your orders! Much love! Mahalo!"
Restaurant details: You can order the spot's specialty, kushikatshu (Japanese deep-fried meat and vegetables on skewers), for pickup online. In addition, Taku will be initiating #ProjectSnacks, a program that offers anyone financially affected by COVID-19 can come pick up a nutritious meal for just $1 (Monday-Friday from 6-7 p.m.).
Restaurant details: "To our amazing customers across the US. With the wave of restaurant closures across the country we are struggling to move our fresh products left in our current inventory. We are still operating our two retail locations at this time, as well as our nation wide direct retail shipping. We are offering free shipping to our next day direct ground customers in western WA, ID, and northwest OR at this time, as well as taking $10 off shipping across the rest of the US shipping."
Winery details: "Tinte Cellars’ tasting rooms are now closed until further notice, but we’ve completely got you covered. Tinte Cellars offers the following delivery options: Home Doorstep Delivery~ Free delivery within a 20 mile radius of the winery, for purchases of six or more bottles. $20 Fee for 2-5 bottles (free delivery for Tinte Cellars Wine Club members.) Must be 21+ Curbside Service at Tinte Cellars ~ Pull up curbside at the Hollywood Hill tasting room location. Available 12 to 6 pm, 7 days a week. No purchase minimums. Shipping ~ For a limited time, Tinte Cellars is also offering $1 shipping for one or more cases, through March 31, 2020. Mixed cases are encouraged!"
Winery details: The Hood River winery is offering a "Crush Corona" promotion that offers free shipping and an additional 10% off two or more bottles. Here's how it works: "Order take-out from your favorite local restaurant! Text a photo of your receipt to 541-380-0937! Tell us what wine you want! Pickup at the tasting room OR have it shipped for free! Enjoy responsibly in the safety of your home!"
GIFT CARD PROMOTIONS
Ethan Stowell Restaurants (Cortina, Cortina Cafe, Goldfinch Tavern, How to Cook a Wolf, Kigo Kitchen, Mkt., Red Cow, Rione XIII, San Juan Seltzery, Staple & Fancy, Tavoláta)
Restaurant details: "Effective immediately, we have closed almost all of our locations per the Governor's emergency proclamation. Ballard Pizza Co. and Frelard Pizza Co. will remain open, operating 7 days a week from 4 pm until 9 pm for delivery and takeout.... We will be running a special on ESR Gift Cards beginning immediately and running through the end of the month. Use code ESR10 to enjoy a 10% discount on all gift card purchases or use code ESR20 to receive a 20% discount on any purchase over $200." The restaurant group adds, "There’s something for every night of the week. ESR @ HOME meals make it easy to plan dinner, plus we will be updating you with new meal options from each spot soon! Tonight you can order from ALL FOUR participating ESR: How To Cook A Wolf, Red Cow, Tavolàta Capitol Hill and Rione XIII. Each restaurant has three different dinner meals available 7 days a week from 5pm to 8pm for Takeout or Curbside Pickup."
Peddler Brewing Company
Bar details: "Peddler Brewing Company is open for 'Growler Hour' Th/Fri/Sat from 4-7pm, selling beer to go in growlers and cans, and merchandise. Get a 'Ride Bikes, Drink Beer' denim koozie with every gift card purchase through March 31."
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