MSP Takeout, Curbside, and Delivery Guide

April 12, 2020by Urban Wok

Well. How our food world has changed in a week is a bit staggering. We are sitting in a time and space where everything is new. Many restaurants are in a protective sleep, hoping to come back strong when the time is right. Other restaurants that would never even dream of doing takeout are slinging pot roast, sushi rolls, and bag lunches. We’re not sure what’s going to happen next, but we know that our restaurant industry is filled with strong and creative humans who have helped define our lives through celebrations, gatherings, fundraisers, and nourishment. We promise that at Mpls.St.Paul, we’re doing everything we can to support readers, eaters, and cooks so that we can all, sooner, come back to the table together.

 A few words about the list and takeout right now:

  • This list is not exhaustive.
  • Things are still changing, sometimes by the hour, please understand that this information it correct to the best of our knowledge. We’ll update as we can.
  • Those regional designations aren’t scientific, just an attempt to make this easier to plot your geolocational snacking.
  • For some places, takeout is new. Please be patient with the restaurants who’ve had to lay off their employees and figure out this new normal on their own.
  • Picking it up yourself will leave more money in the restaurant’s pockets.
  • Tip. Tip large. Many of these places are pooling tips to distribute among their laid off service staffs.

WCCO has started plotting the takeout spots on an interactive map.

The Craft Brewers Guild has plotted a great map of breweries doing takeout. 


Oceanaire believes you can still dress for dinner and keep it fancy. They’ll curbside you some serious lobster tails, and you should throw a crabcake and some chowder in there to seal the deal.

FireBox Deli , the cult favorite barbecue in North Mpls., is ready to do pick up ordering right from their facebook. People love those ribs and brisket.

Smack Shack is yes, giving your lobster rolls curbside, but they are also offering some Burger Dive menu nummies like pierogies and smashed burgers.

Do yourself a favor and get some Soul Bowl to go! Order online and they’ll have it all ready for you at Graze in North Loop. PLUS if you know some people in need, they are launching a Food For Your Soul program with area churches and orgs.

The Freehouse in North Loop is coming back with a limited menu of beer and food that can be delivered to picked up curbside. Wings, salads, sandwiches, and family style meals to go! And beer!

I don’t know who needs to hear this right now, but Nicollet Diner is open 24 hours for pickup and delivery.

Spoon and Stable has launched their takeout program, and boy howdy. Of course Dorothy’s Pot Roast, is there anything more comforting? But they’re also packaging up cocktail kits (just add your own booze, for now) so you can have your winter citrus tonic on the side. Pickup is from 4-8pm.

Kado no Mise is back with a whole new menu of takeout options, and you can curbside it from the free lot in the back of the building. Is there another takeout menu with fish collar on it? Sushi, rolls, bento, gyoza all there too.

No, the gauchos can not come home with you in your car to carve the meat, but yes, you CAN get Fogo to To! Who knew? Choose a few fire-roasted meats, a few sides, and some salad bar trimmings and you’ll be all set.

Zen Box Izakaya is not only launching take out, but they are doing it in a pay-what-you-can format. Call ahead, order your tonkotsu ramen or bento box, and if you’ve lost your job and need a boost, give what you can. If you’re secure and want to help others, pay more than full price.

Eastside is turning into a take-n-bake shop. A la Maison/At Home will let you pickup $30 meals for two, that you just pop in your oven. Feel free to also grab bag lunches for $7, because it’s like Jamie is your Nanny rn. For every dinner you buy, they’ll donate lunch to the community.

Lowry Hill Meats, is only doing curbside pickup. Also if you’re feeling daunted by the empty meat aisle at the grocery, maybe you should sign up for a meat share!

Red Rabbit spots are ready for your order, they’ve upped the ante and are doing meal kits!

PS Steak is setting you up with a meaty menu of steaks and barbecue for curbside pick up, from 4-9pm.

Cardigan Donuts is still baking up tasty fried dough! Will do curbside or delivery.


Hai Hai is now in play! I repeat they are in play. Sticky rice plates with that banana blossom salad in Nordeast.

Centro on Quincy took a small breather, but are now back in the mix. They’ll start up curbside again today at 11am with a sleeker, smoother menu.

Here’s a fun one. Create Catering launched The Automat as way to provide bi-weekly meals. Two times a week, Wednesdays and Saturdays, you’ll get some freshly made meals dropped off at your house. Sign up for one or both deliveries which will each include and entree for four, bread and butter, and a dessert.

Erte, the revitalized Nordeast steakhouse, is offering family meals packs for pickup or curbside. Choose servings for 2 or 4 for $20 or $35 and get ready to tuck into pappardelle bolognese or even a steak dinner. Plus don’t forget $10 burger Mondays.

Check out Masu for steamed buns, noodles, maki, and sushi. Just call to check on open times.

This might be relevant to your fish fry needs, but Anchor Fish & Chips is running the food truck from behind their restaurant for pick ups, any day of the week really. Tue-Fri 4- 9pm, Sat & Sun 11:30am to 9pm.

Kieran’s Kitchen is on the meal-kit train, and the bonus is that they are producing most of their supplies in house! By ordering takeout or delivery from them, you are supporting local makers. And getting some great sandwiches, warming soups, and family sized meals that are ready to heat and eat.

Young Joni is making the takeout move. Tuesday, March 17 you can score pizza love from 4-9pm, then the 18th onward will have a bonus lunch option, 11am-9pm.

Yia Vang’s Union Kitchen will be feeding your brood with pickup Family Meal. Just call 30 minutes before you want to grab it, and choose from 2-4-6 people meals (the Hilltribe Fried chicken is the move here), the go for the grab.

Fair State Brewing is ramping up crowler production because they are moving to pick-up only.

Surdyk’s Catering is a little short on big parties, so they’re launching Surdyk’s at Home delivery service. Lunches, dinners, and snacks along with wine and beer options, will be packaged up and either ready for you to grab or brought directly to your door. Ordering should start next week, and if you use the code MINNEAPPLEMELT you get $10 off your first Surdyk’s at Home order.

Maya Cuisine in Nordeast has dropped their prices since everything is takeout, go get some tacos!!!


Mill Valley Kitchen is back to offer curbside and delivery, 4-8pm from W-Sa. Check out their healthy foods, including vegan friendly items.

Nico’s Taco & Tequila Bar will throw together a box o’ tacos for you. Just $35 for 10 tacos with all the fixin’s and chips/guac, salsa, toppings all brought to your car if you want.

Black Walnut Bakery has nummy croissants and pastries during new limited hours: 8am – 1pm.

The Kenwood is running a great deal. Panini, papardelle, that burger are all on the takeout menu, but so is a tricksy little wine deal. They’ll have to pop the bottle, and you’ll have to bag it and put it in your trunk, but.

The Lynhall at Home is up and running as of today. Family meals and award winning pastries, to be picked up from 9am – 7pm daily.

You know that moto-i is also a sake brewpub right? That means they can bring sake to you with your food, just $30 a bottle for any of the three varieties. New hours, noon to 9pm.

Some of the vendors at the Midtown Global Market are still in the game: Manny’s Tortas, La Loma Tamales, Intown Sushi, Jakeeno’s Tattoria, and Eastlake Craft Brewery. Hot Indian had just joined the league of MGM takeout joints!

Full menu available for takeout at World Street Kitchen today, and FREE delivery on orders over $25 when done on their site!

Mucci’s is your Italian takeout concept from 4pm-8pm with frozen pizzas, spaghetti, lasagna.

French Meadow has takeout pickup from 8am-9pm Sun-Thur and 8am-11pm. Fri-Sat. Also delivery, and ready-made rotisserie chicken meals for four delivered straight to your door. Also get an extra $20 gift card with purchase of $100 gift card.

Christos is set up to hand off all the Greek love with curbside and delivery, think of those oregano chicken wings and a feta-kicked greek salad for your lunch today.


Black Forest Inn believes this is the würst käse scenario, and they’re not wrong, but you can still call them up and order curbside kraut balls and sausage, mein freundin.

Birchwood Cafe is doing curbside and delivery!! Not only does that mean savory waffle for you, but it’s also ready for your Friday Fish Fry needs: Fried Red Lake Nation walleye delivered to your door.

United Noodle has re-opened the Unideli for takeout Banh Mi, starting at 11am every day.

It might be time to treat your self with a little refinement. Quebracho, of the beautiful charcuterie and savory pies, will give you FREE delivery on Sunday!

Butter Bakery Cafe in Kingfield is not only ready for takeout and curbside, but they have set up a sharing library at their shop for neighbors to donate items others may need (i.e toilet paper, sanitizer, beans, etc.).

Can it be true? Tilia and St. Genevieve have launched a co-takeout, F-M from 4pm-7pm! Find favorite dishes from each place, but pick up at one: Linden Hills at Tilia.

Glam Doll Donuts will offer takeout from 8am-4pm daily at the Eat Street shop on Nicollet Ave., while the Nordeast location goes on hiatus.

Tinto Kitchen has the full menu queued up for take out, sans margs for now.

Bull’s Horn, your favorite meat raffle cheffy dive bar, exhorts your stay calm and burger on. Pull up to the kitchen door on 34th, daily from 4-8pm.

ALSO FROM BULL’S HORN, food truck Electric Noodle will be offering their mazeman (brothless) ramen and steam buns to pick up. Tu-Su from 4-8pm.

Go in for FREE no contact delivery with those killer ricotta-fabulous sandwiches from Zettas. Also, pickup and curbside.

Boludo is super set up for takeout, so we’re good. Empanadas and pizzas can be grabbed or brought to you curbside, there’s a shared parking lot off of 38th street, between Nicollet Ave and 1st Ave S and street parking on Nicollet Ave.

And next door at Nighthawks is ready for your orders starting at 4pm on Tu-Sat. 15% off your first order, think about the Nighthawks Cobb or a cheeseburger!

New hours at Hello Pizza, and Pizzeria Lola, but still pizza grabs!

Grand Cafe is turning into a take-n-bake shop. A la Maison/At Home will let you pickup $30 meals for two, that you just pop in your oven. Feel free to also grab bag lunches for $7, because it’s like Jamie is your Nanny rn. For every dinner you buy, they’ll donate lunch to the community.

Red Wagon Pizza is in for takeout and delivery of those signature pizzas and pastas.

St. Paul Bagelry is now offering curbside for your bagel mornings!

Not sure if Tammy Wong herself will bring you Rainbow Chinese to your carbut worth a shot.

Patisserie 46 will launch delivery service this week, but already they’ll bring your chocolate croissant to your curbside car if you wish.

George & The Dragon is offering $10 off your first online order, which they’ll bring to you curbside if you want. Plus, they’ll do Family Meal Carry Out where you just tell them how many are in your fam and they’ll put the whole thing together for you.

Revival has a deal on their new app! Use the promo code FUCORONA for your first delivery and get 10% off.

Bungalow Club if offering an extra $10 gift card for every $50 gift card bought! And they’re set up for takeout/curbside, but check in to see what hours it’s available.

Kurbside Kamayan from Apoy? That sounds fun! $20/person call or email. Plus a ton of other great Filipino food, seven days a week from noon-9pm.

Tenant is turning into a pay-what-you-can soup kitchen. Daily soup, cold and ready for you to heat at home. $15/quart plus bread. Daily sammie, a rotating cold cut served on sourdough focaccia. Order from 11am-8pm.

Wise Acre Eatery is doing takeout from 11am-6pm W-Su. If you want to do curb-side pick up make sure you mention it when you call!


Bar Luchador is holding down the fort with some great meals that you can assemble or freeze for later. Chicken nachos, roasted cauliflower, queso dip, but even corned beef hash and vegan drunken noodles!

NO WAY you can social distance at Al’s Breakfast, yeah? Takeout only, and that includes getting quarts of pancake batter!

Surly Nation is hungry! And when they are being good humans and eating at home, they can now get Surly To Go for pick up or delivery, daily from Noon – 9 p.m.. Family packs that include the house bbq, sandwiches, boards all the right things to go with the 2018 Darkness that you might as well crack open.


Well, why not Mancini’s? You can order some curbside garlic toast, a little famous steak sandwich, take the cannoli, and then go home and crank up some Rat Pack tunes and make the sharpest martini you can. Friday, achieved.

The relaunched Tori Ramen on West Seventh has carved out a neat little takeout window from the side of the dining car. They are open 11am-10pm W-Sun.

Estelle is putting together some of your favorites from the regular menu, along with a few new take-out exclusives from 4-9pm.

Joans in the Park is offering a their signature meals as takeout and curbside, just bring the refinement home!

Nico’s Taco & Tequila Bar will throw together a box o’ tacos for you. Just $35 for 10 tacos with all the fixin’s and chips/guac, salsa, toppings all brought to your car if you want.

Parlour in St. Paul is bringing their leap year burger specials back. Yes, Elvis burger, Rodeo burger, and all the rest of the goods from noon-8pm.


Looking for fresh brekkie? The Buttered Tin is back open from 8am – 1pm daily for pickup of egg sandwiches, pancakes, breakfast tacos and more.

Handsome Hog is back online! Starting today, they will be doing curbside from 4-8pm with a limited menu that includes Tennessee Hot chicken and smoked beef brisket sandwiches.

Black Dog Cafe in Lowertown is used to holding that neighborhood together. They’ve started cashless delivery to the ‘hood, taking orders starting at 11am until 6pm. Curbside pick-up also an option.

Saint Dinette is becoming a burger takeout shop, yes homage time!

Barrel Theory is crowler sales only, open from 12pm – 6pm.

Urban Wok tells me they have a pretty huge delivery zone, like all the way from Lowertown to downtown Minneapolis maybe. So if you’re feeling like building your best bowl, use code UW20 for 20% off your entire order.

West St. Paul

Boca Chica has moved all their curbside and takeout operations to their Taco HouseFind those family recipe tacos, enchiladas, and burritos there for takeout. Friday lenten special includes $2 quesadillas no limit!!

El Burrito Mercado is still open for your grocery needs, M-Sa 9am-8pm. And the restaurants will do curbside for you in case you want your tamales already hot and ready to go!


Hyacinth at Homepen from noon to 8pm, offers a single menu for the day, as take out. Think pork and beef meatballs with all the fixings. Or a roast chicken dinner with sides and a salad. Or maybe just a big pan of lasagna.

Red Rabbit spots are ready for your order too.

Billy’s On Grand wants to help you feed the kids while schools are closing. Kids under 14 get a free item of the kids menu from 11am-2pm. No other purchase is required.

Bap & Chicken is offering a bonus $10 gift card for every $50 gift card you buy. And if you do so in March, you are automatically entered to win another $50. Also: curbside for those meaty drummies.

French Meadow has takeout pickup from 8am-9pm W-Su. Also delivery, and ready-made rotisserie chicken meals for four delivered straight to your door. Also get an extra $20 gift card with purchase of $100 gift card.

Saji-yaDixie’s, and Emmet’s are all taking your orders, and will bring them right to your car. Fish n’ chips for your Friday fish fry!

Cathedral Hill

The Commodore and W.A. Frost are both doing curbside pickup for orders taken over the phone.

Revival has a deal on their new app! Use the promo code FUCORONA for your first delivery and get 10% off.


Baja Haus is ready for fish tacos today if you want to go that route, otherwise that queso dip and a burrito or two might also be the ticket.

Benedict’s in Wayzata is back open for curbside and delivery, from 9am – 1pm Th-Su. New menu weekly (watch for that Hot Chicken Benedict yo), no cash please!

Vann, the freshly opened seafood room on Lake Minnetonka, is opening for curbside takeout. Order online for clam chowder, pork cheek chili, or Italian sausage hand pies.

You can’t bowl, but you can still takeout from Park Tavern in SLP. They have all the normal food available, but also a special discounted takeout menu: club sandwich, that ultimate burger, and family style meals

At the closed Galleria, you can still order pickup and delivery from CoV EdinaBig Bowl, and People’s Organic (from 11am – 2pm daily for those freshies).

Lucky Street in Plymouth is open daily for pickup. Tom yum soup, gyoza, egg rolls, all fit in your car.

6Smith in Wayzata has almost their whole menu ready for you to pickup!

Crossroads Deli in Hopkins is open for curbside pick up from 10am-7pm. And now they are open on Sunday! If you want challahs for Saturday you must call to pre-order by Wed.

Bellecour is running from noon-8pm, and god bless them there’s French onion soup and The Dirty French burger on that menu.

Out in Victoria, Winchester & Rye is offering their entire menu for takeout (sans the rye), and since it’s a community leader, they’ll pledge 10% of your order to local food shelves.

But what about superfoods and smoothie bowls? Nautical Bowls in Minnetonka want to help boost that immune system and can handle all your online orders.

Hana Bistro at 50th & France is staying open and strong with curbside and takeout. Card payments only, and no contact delivery, for comforting pad Thai, sushi rolls, and curry.

France 44 Curbside has launched, which means you pick your wine online and just pull up for it. Not too shabby! Times for this are 10am – 7pm M- Sat, and 12pm – 4pm Sun.

Rock Elm Tavern is offering 10% off their gift cards! They also have delivery and curbside pickup, and they’ll start closing at 9pm instead of 11pm.

Lola’s Lakehouse will give you 15% off your curbside/takeout order and if you buy $100 gift cards, you get $20 on top.

Christos is set up to hand off all the Greek love with curbside and delivery, think of those oregano chicken wings and a feta-kicked greek salad for your lunch today.

Pub 819 in Hopkins is able to offer wine, beer, and an Old Fashioned cocktail for two to go with their off sale license. PTL. Burgers and totchos too! 11am-9pm daily.

Lagos Tacos in Excelsior is doing curbside only.


Barley John’s Brew Pub, one of the OG’s, is ready to pivot to takeout/curbside so that you can have your crafty beers and goodly sandwiches brought to your car. 11am-8pm.

Travail Family Meals are now available for takeout order. On the menu this week is ribeye, asparagus and mushroom ragout, brown rice, beet-apple-citrus salad, and dinner rolls. The plan is to have a new meal on a weekly basis, pick up at Pig.

Pig Ate My Pizza has moved to takeout only, hours are 4-9pm Tues-Sun. Remember they also have crowler sales on-site!

Get your Biscuits! Betty & Earl’s will be doing pickup and delivery W-Su from 12-8pm, and they’ll be popping up all over town to bring those beauties to you for the rest of the month too!

Baldamar is doing curbside pickup and yes you can get that sassy wedge salad from 11-8pm.


WAIT .. LION’S TAP is still open for curbside burgers yo! Call and order and then stay toastie in your car while someone brings you double California with cheese and extra pickles.

I Nonni in Lilydale is open for curbside six days a week from 4-8pm, no Sundays. Think of twirling into some linguine with clams, or spicy amatriciana pasta with a side of fresh burrata. Yes.

Remember the delicious olive burger from the burger bracket? It’s available for pickup at Sandy’s Tavern from noon-7p.

PLate in Prior Lake is offering the full menu curbside. Online orders are at a 10& discount, and new hours are Sun-Thu 4-8 pm and Fri-Sat 4-9pm.

If you’re out near MOA, Cedar + Stone is open in the JW Marriott and will bring you any order curbside. Don’t forget they’ve got breakfast as well as all-day menus.


Hello Woodbury, T. Morris Pub is going to take your takeout burger order and then offer you a second one for 50% off form noon-3pm! Also family style dinners, and here’s a new one, family style brunch on the weekend!

When Inver Grove Heights needs independent pizza and subs, they can still grab Turitto’s.

On the Eastside, out Bayport way, Manger is making free boxed lunches for kids. And this is important, they have a special liquor license that allows them to BRING WINE BOTTLES TO YOUR CURBSIDE PICKUP. Hello, those are the heroes we need.

Cute little Cravings in White Bear Lake is open daily 8am – 1pm, and they have a drive thru window. Full menu is available still, but they are focusing on our soups, quiche, white chicken lasagna.

Pizzeria Pezzo in Woodbury and White Bear Lake has new hours, Tu– Thu & Sunday, 11am–8pm, Fri & Sat: 11am–9pm.


Are we all clear that MyBurger does curbside and delivery?! Like get out of that non-local chain drive-thru and just order a locally owned delicious burger please!!

Portillo’s in Woodbury, Maple Grove, and Roseville is happy to bring you hot dogs, or you can simply drive-thru for the limited takeout menu. They’re also doing packaged take and make meals so that you can make them at home how you like it.

The Craft & Crew bunch is able to help you our curbside, but also your dog! Pupper take out avaialable too!

Don’t forget ALL the Davanni’s. Those pizzas and hoagies have always been best from your couch.

Your deep-dish buddies at Giordano’s promise no-touches, no-gives, no-backs with contact free delivery. And use the code FREEDELIVERY for, you know, free delivery.

Get your pancake crew together on Zoom and have your weekly breakfast convo with your Original Pancake House takeout. You know my move is sourdough pancakes.

Red’s Savoy Pizza assures you that you can get your square-cut to go, yo! All locations.

Crisp & Green wants to help keep you balanced in these stressy times! With seven locations, you can order from their app and swing by to pick up, or delivery in some places. You can either do your normal salad (No Prob Cobb over here) or do the Crisp @ Home option and pick and choose from their list of good-for-you ingredients to make over 20 meal combos (hot and cold) and can be eaten over the week.

Blue Door Pub takeout hours are from 12pm-8pm.

Red Cow in Edina, North Loop and St. Paul will help you with curbside or delivery.

Keys Cafe will bring your pancakes to you! Only open on Sa-Su.

Piadia Street Food will feed your kids with a free pasta and a drink M-F, 10:45-1pm, until April 3rd. Plus FREE online delivery when you order online.


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