Philadelphia’s restaurants and bars are responding to the growing concerns over the Coronavirus outbreak. Below is a sampling of establishments offering expanded delivery and contactless pick-up options. For a full list, click here.
The Bourse, Old City’s historic food hall, offers a wide variety of delivery and pick-up options from a number of its vendors including Lalo, Grubhouse, Abunai Poke, Scoop DeVille, Prescription Chicken, and FreeByrd. Get free delivery within a 10-mile radius of Center City between 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Lalo will also be offering curbside pickup outside the Bourse Food Hall’s 5th street entrance.
Buena Onda and The Olde Bar by Garces are offering delivery via online platforms like Uber Eats and Caviar as well as enhanced pickup options. The Olde Bar is also offering a special family style meal with menu rotating daily.
Jet Wine Bar invites guests to pick up favorite bottles of natural wines, reds, whites, and rosés from their wine to-go selection, available from 3 to 9 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Rex 1516 is open for pick up and offers six packs of beer to go and select bottles of wine from their full wine list.
Art in the Age’s online shop has all the tools and ingredients for cocktail lovers to make a delicious craft drinks at home, offering 20% off every purchase, including all gift cards (buy a $100 gift card for $80), use code “LOCALLOVE20” to redeem.
High Street on Market’s full take out menu is available and delivery menu through each meal period offering breads, bagels, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, sandwiches, salads, pasta, and more.
Indeblue is extending a 25 percent discount for all orders placed by phoning the restaurant with delivery and to go beer available.
Pizzeria Vetri has take out options and a $50 family bundle with delivery from the Art Museum and Rittenhouse locations (guests can order via Caviar, Doordash, UberEATS, or call in).
Patronize your favorite restaurants by purchasing a gift card to use at a later date. Learn more here.
Cover photo of Reading Terminal Market by K. Huff for PHLCVB.