Small business shout-out: Local restaurants offering delivery and pickup

If you’re looking for a break from all the home-cooked meals you’ve been making lately, we have your back!

Looking for a break from all those home-cooked meals?

If you're looking for a break from all the home-cooked meals you've been making lately, we have your back.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to close temporarily, or adjust their business models to curbside pickup and delivery.

We took to Twitter to ask Edmonton to shout out their favourite local food spots and they delivered. (Get it?)

Here's the list:

Ávila Arepa: delivery service available through the Ávila Arepa app.

Awash Ethiopian restaurant: takeout and delivery through the website.

Belgravia Hub: pickup orders can be made at 780-756-3344. Delivery coming soon.

Brio Bakery: Open with adjusted hours. Place orders in advance at 780-424-2131 or email to

Calle Mexico: open for delivery and pickup at their downtown location.

Century Hospitality Group: Rebel and Command Post offering delivery and takeout via their website.

Chartier: limited menu for curbside pickup. Check out their Instagram for updates.

Chianti Cafe: delivery available through Skip the Dishes and Uber Eats.

Cibo Bistro: takeout available 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday through their website or 780-263-1183.

Color de Vino: offering free local delivery through their website.

Corso 32: offering Corso at home through their website.

Dorinku Osaka: open for takeout. Delivery available through Skip the Dishes.

Duchess Bake Shop: delivery coming soon.

Famoso Pizzeria: discount available when your phone in and order to pick up. Delivery available through Skip the Dishes.

Farrow Sandwiches: all locations offering pre-made sandwiches for pickup.

Filistix: limited pickup menu. delivery available through Uber Eats.

Formosa Bistro: 20 per cent off pickup orders. Delivery through Skip the Dishes.

Jack's Burger Shack: takeout and delivery. Call 780-458-0055 or 780-459-0488.

Kobachi: takeout menu available. Follow on Instagram for updates.

La Patrona: delivery and pickup available. Call 780-570-1200 to place your order.

Lily's Steak & Pizza, Bruderheim: takeout available. Visit website for details.

LOVEPIZZA: curbside pickup order only. Order via their website.

MilkCrate: email for delivery.

Next Act Pub: takeout open 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call 780-433-9345 to place your order.

Noodlebox, Sherwood Park: delivery and mobile ordering through their website.

Northern Chicken: takeout and delivery through Uber Eats of Skip the Dishes.

Old Country Sausage, Bruderheim: offering free delivery. Details on Facebook page.

Popowich Meat Company: taking orders via email or phone. Offering curbside pickup.

Prairie Noodle Shop: delivery available through Uber Eats. Call 780-705-1777 for pickup.

Remedy Cafe: open for takeout and delivery.

RGE RD: offering RGE RD every Thursday. Details through their Facebook and Instagram pages.

Rostizado: La Mision burritos available for delivery on Uber Eats, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Sea Change Brewing Co: call 780-784-2996 or email to set up delivery.

Seoul Fried Chicken: download the SFC app for delivery. Details via their website.

Shojo Izakaya: curbside pickup available. Take-home meals coming soon.

Smoke House BBQ: delivery available through Skip the Dishes.

Sugared & Spiced Baked Goods: open, with reduced hours. Check their Instagram for ongoing updates.

The Art of Cake: pickup times available. Visit their Instagram page for updates.

Tiffin: all three locations available for takeout and delivery through Skip the Dishes.

Tres Carnales Taqueria: delivery available through Uber Eats.

Upper Crust Cafe: daily specials available for takeout and delivery. Order via website.

Woodshed Burgers: free delivery through their website.

Workshop Eatery: takeout hours from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Call 780-705-2205 to place an order.

Yelo'd Ice Cream and Bake Shoppe: delivery and curbside pickup. Contact via Instagram.

Do you know a local restaurant adjusting its operations to serve Edmontonians? Post them in the comments below!


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