Where to Order Take Out (and Support Your Favorite Restaurants) In Atlanta

By The Editors | March 25, 2020 | Food & Drink

By now, you’ve probably worked up quite an appetite binge-watching Love is Blind. And while you certainly have enough time to brush up on your cooking skills, the weekend is here and it’s time for a splurge. Lucky for us ATLiens, some of our favorite restos have found a way to keep us fed during the quarantine.

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Buena Vida Tapas & Sol

The BeltLine biz—which became a quick favorite of patio-dwellers and flower wall lovers—is currently offering a prepared meal program for those who still want to get their tapas fix while keeping a safe social-distance. The individually-portioned breakfast, lunch and dinner items are available for pre-order and can be picked up every Saturday and Wednesday from 3-6 pm. @buenavidatapas

Colletta

OTP dwellers, this one is for you. You can get 10% off to-go and curbside orders at this Avalon staple, and free delivery if you’re an Avalon resident. We’re a fan.

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Storico Fresco

Carbs don’t count during quarantine, right? Your fav pasta place is open for curbside pick up. Order off the menu or take advantage of their retail market. Even better, the resto has started a gofundme to help out staff affected by the closure. For information on how to contribute, visit their Instagram. @storicofresco

Dancing Goats Coffee Bar

Starting to miss your daily espresso fix? No worries—Dancing Goats Coffee Bar has you covered. All three Atlanta-area locations are offering curbside pickup, so you can put your Keurig back to rest. @dancinggoats.coffeebars

Henri’s

UberEats prepared us for this. If you’re looking for deliveries that come straight to your doorstep, we suggest Henri’s. The longstanding favorite is committed to keeping you fed in the comfort of your own home while continuing their practice of donating additional food items to local charities. It’s totally ok to place a to-go order for petit fours only. @henrisbaker1929

Upbeet

If too many snacks have you craving something green, UpBeet is an excellent choice. Call in an order or hit up pickup or delivery on DoorDash from noon to 8PM. @upbeet

Mission + Market

Curbside and delivery of West Coast-style fresh food is available, as is a gift card give back program. Even better, 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. @missionandmkt

Buckhead Life Restaurant Group

All seven members of this storied Atlanta restaurant group are offering delivery via DoorDash. Looking to pick up a few skills in the kitchen? Pano’s Seafood Market is open 10AM to 6PM, Monday through Saturday with fresh seafood and prepared foods available daily, including specialties like stuffed lobster. @buckheadlife

Soiree Catering and Events

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. You and the roomies will love it. @soireecateringandevents

Organizations and Other Ways to Help

Meals on Wheels Atlanta

Donate to this critical Atlanta nonprofit that helps feed seniors via Cash app ($MOWAtl), Venmo (@MOWAtl) or via its website. Volunteers are needed to deliver meals to seniors on Sat., March 21—sign up via the website. @meelsonwheelsatlanta

Giving Kitchen
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. @GivingKitchen



Photography by: Erik Meadows Photography | Heidi Geldhauser