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These Eater 38 Restaurants in San Francisco Are Still Open for Takeout and Delivery

These are the spots where you can get the best food in the city during SF’s shelter in place

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During normal, non-pandemic times, the Eater 38 is our attempt to answer any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” — it’s a curated list that covers the entire city, spanning myriad cuisines. Normally updated every three months, the SF Eater 38 list is on pause during the coronavirus shutdown, as Eater’s editors won’t have a chance to fairly take stock of the city’s dining scene until restaurant dining rooms once again open for business.

The good news is that the majority of the restaurants in San Francisco’s current Eater 38 are now open for business — 30 of them now, to be exact. And these 30 restaurants, from tasting menu spots to regional Chinese specialists, are still serving some of the best food in the city — in some cases pivoting in smart, creative ways to make their offerings takeout- and delivery-friendly.

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1. Jiangnan Cuisine

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3420 Balboa St
San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 702-9931

The food of China’s Jiangnan region, the specialty of this Outer Richmond restaurant, leans heavily into dark, luxurious braises — in other words, the kind of food that travels well, stands up to reheating, and is perfect with a big carton of white rice. Don’t miss the best-in-class braised pork belly or the luscious lion’s head meatball (pictured), all available via DoorDashGrubhub, or Postmates.

Lion’s head meatball at Jiangnan Cuisine Thien Pham

2. Pearl 6101

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6101 California St
San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 592-9777
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The charming Richmond District neighborhood restaurant has launched a new takeout service, offering a fairly extensive a la carte menu — from crudos and salads to handmade pasta and wood-fired pork chops — plus to-go batch cocktails portioned out for two to four people. Call in or order online, Tuesday through Sunday, 4:30–8 p.m.

3. Dragon Beaux

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5700 Geary Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 333-8899
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SF’s top upscale dim sum spot is open for takeout and delivery 11 a.m.–3:00 p.m. and 5–8 p.m., with a fairly extensive menu of to-go dim sum and barbecue meats like its top-notch roast pork belly. The restaurant is also offering a fairly extensive selection of frozen dim sum for customers who’d like to steam their har gow or chicken feet at home, with 10 percent off orders over $100. Call in or order for delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, or DoorDash.

4. Um.ma

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1220 9th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 566-5777
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The Inner Sunset’s hip, “LA-style” Korean restaurant is offering much of its menu for takeout and delivery, including its many of its charcoal-grilled meats. It’s also taken the opportunity to offer new, takeout-friendly items like a spicy fried chicken sandwich. Order takeout directly from the restaurant, or get delivery via DoorDash.

5. Mandalay Restaurant

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4348 California St
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 386-3896
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One of San Francisco’s oldest and best regarded Burmese restaurants, Mandalay also offers its full menu for delivery via apps like Caviar and Grubhub. The restaurant’s colorful, crunchy Burmese salads — including what’s probably the best fermented tea leaf salad in the city — are great to-go options, as are the intensely flavorful soups and noodle dishes.

Lahpet thoke at Mandalay Omar Mamoon

6. The Progress

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1525 Fillmore St
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 673-1294
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After sitting out the first two months of the shelter in place, the Progress is now offering one singular takeout offering: a $90 barbecue duck dinner for two, which comes with fried rice, salad, and a dessert. Order online for Friday and Saturday pickup only, 4–7 p.m.

7. Daeho Kalbijjim & Beef Soup

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1620 Post St
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 563-1388

After closing for the first few weeks of the shelter in place, Japantown’s kalbijjim hot spot recently launched its new takeout and delivery menu, available via many of the apps, including DoorDash, Postmates, and Uber Eats. The restaurant is essentially offering its entire beef-centric menu for takeout, from its kalbitang (or beef rib soup) to the cloudy-white, hangover-curing ox bone soup known as seolleongtang. But if you’re going to order one thing, get the kalbijjim — the slow-braised, spicy-sweet beef short rib stew, which at $58+ is a bit of a splurge for a takeout item, but is hearty enough to feed the whole family, especially if you get it with rice cakes, noodles, and rice.

Braised short rib stew at Daeho Luke Tsai

8. La Ciccia

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291 30th St
San Francisco, CA 94131
(415) 550-8114
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After sitting out the first month of the shelter in place, this family-run gem of a Sardinian restaurant in Noe Valley is now offering many of its most popular dishes for takeout, including its much-vaunted sea urchin and tuna heart pasta. Wine and Italian pantry items are also available. Current hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 4–8 p.m. Call in to order.

9. Rich Table

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199 Gough St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 355-9085
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After a long hiatus at the beginning of the shelter in place, Evan and Sarah Rich have opened up their flagship Hayes Valley restaurant for takeout. They’re serving $45–$55 multi-course dinners on Fridays and Saturdays, 5–7 p.m., with pickup and delivery both available via Caviar.

10. Nightbird

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330 Gough St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 829-7565
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Kim Alter’s Hayes Valley tasting menu spot is now offering a to-go options at a range of price points: There’s a $60 three-course meal kit, which is probably the closest you’ll get to the Nightbird tasting menu experience (albeit with “some assembly required,” Alter notes). For $50, there’s also a simpler farmers market bag, meant to feed two people, that comes with a braised short rib entree, cocktails, and an assortment of vegetables that you have to prep and cook yourself. At lunchtime, on the other hand, the restaurant morphs into a to-go burger joint. All options are available for pre-order via Tock.

11. El Buen Comer

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3435 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 817-1542
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Mexico City native Isabel Caudillo’s restaurant is offering a very limited takeout menu that’s available for pickup on Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Typically there’s a selection of tamales and one or two of the guisados (slow-cooked stews) that the restaurant is known for, like its wonderful, velvety pork mole verde. Call ahead to pre-order.

12. Zuni Cafe

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1658 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 552-2522
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For what’s likely the first time in the Cal cuisine icon’s 40-plus-year history, Zuni is doing takeout — and not just any takeout, but a to-go version of its most famous, most poplar dish: the $45 roast chicken for two, bronzed in the restaurant’s famed wood-fire brick oven and served with warm bread salad. Call in or order online for curbside pickup, 5–8 p.m.

13. Loló

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974 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 643-5656
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The colorful, Jalisco-inspired Cal-Mexican restaurant in the Mission is doing takeout from 3–8 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The offerings are much more portable than the restaurant’s usual sleek small plates — think burritos stuffed with birria or cochinita pibil. It’s also selling cocktails, michelada kits, and meal kits for, say, making your own carnitas at home. Call ahead or order online.

14. Swan Oyster Depot

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1517 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 673-1101

The classic seafood destination hasn’t been closed a single day since the start of the shelter in place — except on Sundays, the restaurant’s usual day off. It’s offering takeout on its usual menu of crab Louie, raw oysters on the half shell, and other oceanic delights from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Italian sashimi at Swan OysterDepot Caleb Pershan

15. Lazy Bear

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3416 19th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 874-9921
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While Lazy Bear’s proper dining room is in hibernation, the Mission District supper club has launched what it’s calling the Lazy Bear Camp Commissary, offering breakfast (breakfast burritos, biscuit sandwiches, and “fancy” grits), lunch (duck banh mi and soups by the pint), and coffee. It also sells dinner kits, like a big gumbo dinner that will feed at least two people, and doubles as a grocery/pantry operation for customers looking to stock up on things like cultured butter, housemade hot sauce, and confit Liberty duck legs.

16. Foreign Cinema

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2534 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 648-7600
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The iconic Mission District restaurant is now offering a tight dinner menu for takeout two days a week, Thursdays and Fridays, 5–7:45 p.m. Options might include Oaxacan-style calamari, fresh pasta, and Madras curry sesame seed fried chicken. Phone ordering for same-day pickup is available starting at 2 p.m. (707-478-8192), or you can order online.

17. La Taqueria

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2889 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 285-7117
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One of the highest-profile spots to close early on in the pandemic, La Taqueria is back at it with its nationally acclaimed (and famously rice-free) burritos — and its super-sized tacos, which, quite frankly, are even better. It’s now doing takeout, with a slightly streamlined menu, during its regular hours, Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.–8:45 p.m., and until 7:45 p.m. on Sundays. La Taqueria is even taking credit cards for the first time. Make no mistake, though: Chances are, the line is going to be long.

18. Poc-Chuc

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2886 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 558-1583
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The family-run Mission District mainstay, which specializes in Yucatecan and Mayan-inspired cuisine, is open for takeout from 12:30 to 9 p.m. daily. The restaurant continues to churn out its

smoky, citrus-marinated pork, deeply flavorful turkey mole (served, in the Yucatecan style, as an ink-black soup), and wonderful handmade tortillas. Call ahead or walk in to order. Delivery is available through DoorDash.

Caleb Pershan

19. Mộng Thu Cafe

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248 Hyde St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 928-6724
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This cute and cozy cafe in the Tenderloin is home to some of the city’s finest and most soul-satisfying Vietnamese noodle soups: funky, fermented-fish-spiked bun mam, say, or the umami bomb of a bowl of bun rieu, with its juicy meatballs and crab-infused broth. The restaurant is selling both noodle dishes and banh mi for takeout during the shelter in place, from 7 a.m. to the 4 p.m. every day except Monday. Call ahead to order.

20. Rintaro

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82 14th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 589-7022
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Drawing on chef Sylvan Mishima Brackett’s early days as a bona fide bento box artiste, this Mission District izakaya has some of the sleekest, most aesthetically pleasing takeout offerings of the COVID-19 crisis, with a daily selection of bentos that run the gamut from yakitori to udon to scattered sushi. Order online, or call the restaurant’s dedicated bento hotline, 415-517-8539, to assure that your bento is cooked hot to order. Pickup slots go from 5:30 to 8 p.m. daily.

21. Mensho Tokyo SF

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672 Geary St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 800-8345
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San Francisco’s top spot for rich, creamy tori paitan style ramen recently launched a takeout menu. No need to worry about your noodles getting soggy: The restaurant is only selling its brothless mazesoba ramen. Takeout customers can also purchase chashu (roast pork belly) by the pound. Call in or order delivery via Uber Eats, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. every day except Mondays.

22. Tartine Manufactory

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595 Alabama St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 757-0007
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Tartine Manufactory is open for takeout and delivery Wednesday through Sunday, 9 a.m.–8 p.m., selling everything from sandwiches and fried chicken to the breads and pastries that are the Tartine empire’s biggest claim to fame — plus, a selection of pantry items like pasta sauces and ready-to-bake pastries. Order online.

23. The Morris

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2501 Mariposa St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 612-8480
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Paul Einbund’s wine lovers’ paradise is open for curbside pickup Tuesday through Saturday, 5–9 p.m. Offerings include the restaurant’s famous whole smoked duck, a selection of charcuterie, and even caviar service. Check the restaurant’s website or Instagram page for the most current menu. Email info@themorris-SF.com to place an order, making sure to leave a callback number.

24. Deli Board

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1058 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 552-7687
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If meaty, East Coast-inspired sandwiches are what you want, Deli Board is here to satisfy your lunchtime cravings. If you’re craving a humongous egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich, this is your spot.

Deli Board Stefanie Tuder

25. Mister Jiu's

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28 Waverly Pl
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 857-9688
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Closed for the bulk of the shelter in place so far, Brandon Jew’s Michelin-starred spot in Chinatown recently opened up a grocery/pantry service called Jiu’s Ho Ho that includes prepared food items like lap yok (Chinese bacon), hot and sour soup, and a whole roast duck. There’s also a $100 “Lord Jiu’s” five-course assemble-at-home tasting menu dinner that you can order on Tock for pickup at fellow starred restaurant Lord Stanley, which is collaborating on the meals.

Hot and sour soup Mister Jiu’s

26. Bini's Kitchen

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McKesson Plaza, 1 Post St
San Francisco, CA 94104
(415) 590-3087
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Long a staple at pop-ups, street food festivals, and a lunch-only FiDi takeout window, Binita Pradhan now has a proper restaurant where customers enjoy her fantastic Nepalese momos, with their scratch-made wrappers and delectable fillings — though, of course, they’re only doing takeout and delivery right now. The restaurant is now open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m., offering hot meals — $10 for eight turkey or veggie momos, or $45 for a full family meal that feeds four — as well as big packs of frozen momos for you to stash away in your freezer. Call or text your order to 415-361-6911 (or email order@biniskitchen.com), pay via Venmo, and arrange for curbside pickup.

Momos at Bini’s Kitchen Patricia Chang

27. Verjus

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528 Washington St
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 944-4600
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One of 2019’s buzziest new restaurants has been operating as a grocery market Tuesday through Saturday, noon–4 p.m., selling produce from the restaurant’s farm in Bolinas, fresh meat and sausages, local and imported cheeses, tinned fish, and (often fairly fancy) pantry items like imported sea salt and black truffle peelings.

28. Mourad

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140 New Montgomery St #1
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 660-2500
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Chef Mourad Lahlou’s Michelin-starred spot is closed during the shelter in place, but its sister restaurant Aziza, at 5800 Geary Boulevard in the Richmond, is doing a combined Mourad/Aziza takeout and delivery menu featuring classic Lahlou dishes like his couscous and his chicken basteeya (also available as a take-and-bake item) . Call 415-682-4196 or order online.

29. Benu

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22 Hawthorne St
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 685-4860
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Benu is now serving as a test kitchen for chef Corey Lee’s forthcoming Korean restaurant in the Mission, San Ho Won. For a limited time, order the $45 set menu on Tock for pickup at Benu between 5 and 6:30 p.m.

Chilled beef tendon and vegetable salad with acorn jelly San Ho Won

30. Besharam

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1275 Minnesota St
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 580-7662
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Heena Patel’s Gujarati restaurant in Dogpatch (and Eater SF’s 2019 restaurant of the year) is offering a limited menu for curbside pickup and delivery via DoorDash and Caviar. On offer are three multi-dish meal packages, including a vegetarian version and options that feature chicken makhani or khara lamb.

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1. Jiangnan Cuisine

3420 Balboa St, San Francisco, CA 94121
Lion’s head meatball at Jiangnan Cuisine Thien Pham

The food of China’s Jiangnan region, the specialty of this Outer Richmond restaurant, leans heavily into dark, luxurious braises — in other words, the kind of food that travels well, stands up to reheating, and is perfect with a big carton of white rice. Don’t miss the best-in-class braised pork belly or the luscious lion’s head meatball (pictured), all available via DoorDashGrubhub, or Postmates.

3420 Balboa St
San Francisco, CA 94121

2. Pearl 6101

6101 California St, San Francisco, CA 94121

The charming Richmond District neighborhood restaurant has launched a new takeout service, offering a fairly extensive a la carte menu — from crudos and salads to handmade pasta and wood-fired pork chops — plus to-go batch cocktails portioned out for two to four people. Call in or order online, Tuesday through Sunday, 4:30–8 p.m.

6101 California St
San Francisco, CA 94121

3. Dragon Beaux

5700 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94121

SF’s top upscale dim sum spot is open for takeout and delivery 11 a.m.–3:00 p.m. and 5–8 p.m., with a fairly extensive menu of to-go dim sum and barbecue meats like its top-notch roast pork belly. The restaurant is also offering a fairly extensive selection of frozen dim sum for customers who’d like to steam their har gow or chicken feet at home, with 10 percent off orders over $100. Call in or order for delivery via Uber Eats, Grubhub, or DoorDash.

5700 Geary Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94121

4. Um.ma

1220 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122

The Inner Sunset’s hip, “LA-style” Korean restaurant is offering much of its menu for takeout and delivery, including its many of its charcoal-grilled meats. It’s also taken the opportunity to offer new, takeout-friendly items like a spicy fried chicken sandwich. Order takeout directly from the restaurant, or get delivery via DoorDash.

1220 9th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94122

5. Mandalay Restaurant

4348 California St, San Francisco, CA 94118
Lahpet thoke at Mandalay Omar Mamoon

One of San Francisco’s oldest and best regarded Burmese restaurants, Mandalay also offers its full menu for delivery via apps like Caviar and Grubhub. The restaurant’s colorful, crunchy Burmese salads — including what’s probably the best fermented tea leaf salad in the city — are great to-go options, as are the intensely flavorful soups and noodle dishes.

4348 California St
San Francisco, CA 94118

6. The Progress

1525 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115

After sitting out the first two months of the shelter in place, the Progress is now offering one singular takeout offering: a $90 barbecue duck dinner for two, which comes with fried rice, salad, and a dessert. Order online for Friday and Saturday pickup only, 4–7 p.m.

1525 Fillmore St
San Francisco, CA 94115

7. Daeho Kalbijjim & Beef Soup

1620 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115
Braised short rib stew at Daeho Luke Tsai

After closing for the first few weeks of the shelter in place, Japantown’s kalbijjim hot spot recently launched its new takeout and delivery menu, available via many of the apps, including DoorDash, Postmates, and Uber Eats. The restaurant is essentially offering its entire beef-centric menu for takeout, from its kalbitang (or beef rib soup) to the cloudy-white, hangover-curing ox bone soup known as seolleongtang. But if you’re going to order one thing, get the kalbijjim — the slow-braised, spicy-sweet beef short rib stew, which at $58+ is a bit of a splurge for a takeout item, but is hearty enough to feed the whole family, especially if you get it with rice cakes, noodles, and rice.

1620 Post St
San Francisco, CA 94115

8. La Ciccia

291 30th St, San Francisco, CA 94131

After sitting out the first month of the shelter in place, this family-run gem of a Sardinian restaurant in Noe Valley is now offering many of its most popular dishes for takeout, including its much-vaunted sea urchin and tuna heart pasta. Wine and Italian pantry items are also available. Current hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 4–8 p.m. Call in to order.

291 30th St
San Francisco, CA 94131

9. Rich Table

199 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94102

After a long hiatus at the beginning of the shelter in place, Evan and Sarah Rich have opened up their flagship Hayes Valley restaurant for takeout. They’re serving $45–$55 multi-course dinners on Fridays and Saturdays, 5–7 p.m., with pickup and delivery both available via Caviar.

199 Gough St
San Francisco, CA 94102

10. Nightbird

330 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Kim Alter’s Hayes Valley tasting menu spot is now offering a to-go options at a range of price points: There’s a $60 three-course meal kit, which is probably the closest you’ll get to the Nightbird tasting menu experience (albeit with “some assembly required,” Alter notes). For $50, there’s also a simpler farmers market bag, meant to feed two people, that comes with a braised short rib entree, cocktails, and an assortment of vegetables that you have to prep and cook yourself. At lunchtime, on the other hand, the restaurant morphs into a to-go burger joint. All options are available for pre-order via Tock.

330 Gough St
San Francisco, CA 94102

11. El Buen Comer

3435 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Mexico City native Isabel Caudillo’s restaurant is offering a very limited takeout menu that’s available for pickup on Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Typically there’s a selection of tamales and one or two of the guisados (slow-cooked stews) that the restaurant is known for, like its wonderful, velvety pork mole verde. Call ahead to pre-order.

3435 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110

12. Zuni Cafe

1658 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102

For what’s likely the first time in the Cal cuisine icon’s 40-plus-year history, Zuni is doing takeout — and not just any takeout, but a to-go version of its most famous, most poplar dish: the $45 roast chicken for two, bronzed in the restaurant’s famed wood-fire brick oven and served with warm bread salad. Call in or order online for curbside pickup, 5–8 p.m.

1658 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

13. Loló

974 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110

The colorful, Jalisco-inspired Cal-Mexican restaurant in the Mission is doing takeout from 3–8 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The offerings are much more portable than the restaurant’s usual sleek small plates — think burritos stuffed with birria or cochinita pibil. It’s also selling cocktails, michelada kits, and meal kits for, say, making your own carnitas at home. Call ahead or order online.

974 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

14. Swan Oyster Depot

1517 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109
Italian sashimi at Swan OysterDepot Caleb Pershan

The classic seafood destination hasn’t been closed a single day since the start of the shelter in place — except on Sundays, the restaurant’s usual day off. It’s offering takeout on its usual menu of crab Louie, raw oysters on the half shell, and other oceanic delights from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

1517 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109

15. Lazy Bear

3416 19th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

While Lazy Bear’s proper dining room is in hibernation, the Mission District supper club has launched what it’s calling the Lazy Bear Camp Commissary, offering breakfast (breakfast burritos, biscuit sandwiches, and “fancy” grits), lunch (duck banh mi and soups by the pint), and coffee. It also sells dinner kits, like a big gumbo dinner that will feed at least two people, and doubles as a grocery/pantry operation for customers looking to stock up on things like cultured butter, housemade hot sauce, and confit Liberty duck legs.

3416 19th St
San Francisco, CA 94110

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16. Foreign Cinema

2534 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

The iconic Mission District restaurant is now offering a tight dinner menu for takeout two days a week, Thursdays and Fridays, 5–7:45 p.m. Options might include Oaxacan-style calamari, fresh pasta, and Madras curry sesame seed fried chicken. Phone ordering for same-day pickup is available starting at 2 p.m. (707-478-8192), or you can order online.

2534 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110

17. La Taqueria

2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

One of the highest-profile spots to close early on in the pandemic, La Taqueria is back at it with its nationally acclaimed (and famously rice-free) burritos — and its super-sized tacos, which, quite frankly, are even better. It’s now doing takeout, with a slightly streamlined menu, during its regular hours, Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.–8:45 p.m., and until 7:45 p.m. on Sundays. La Taqueria is even taking credit cards for the first time. Make no mistake, though: Chances are, the line is going to be long.

2889 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110

18. Poc-Chuc

2886 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Caleb Pershan

The family-run Mission District mainstay, which specializes in Yucatecan and Mayan-inspired cuisine, is open for takeout from 12:30 to 9 p.m. daily. The restaurant continues to churn out its

smoky, citrus-marinated pork, deeply flavorful turkey mole (served, in the Yucatecan style, as an ink-black soup), and wonderful handmade tortillas. Call ahead or walk in to order. Delivery is available through DoorDash.

2886 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103

19. Mộng Thu Cafe

248 Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94102

This cute and cozy cafe in the Tenderloin is home to some of the city’s finest and most soul-satisfying Vietnamese noodle soups: funky, fermented-fish-spiked bun mam, say, or the umami bomb of a bowl of bun rieu, with its juicy meatballs and crab-infused broth. The restaurant is selling both noodle dishes and banh mi for takeout during the shelter in place, from 7 a.m. to the 4 p.m. every day except Monday. Call ahead to order.

248 Hyde St
San Francisco, CA 94102

20. Rintaro

82 14th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Drawing on chef Sylvan Mishima Brackett’s early days as a bona fide bento box artiste, this Mission District izakaya has some of the sleekest, most aesthetically pleasing takeout offerings of the COVID-19 crisis, with a daily selection of bentos that run the gamut from yakitori to udon to scattered sushi. Order online, or call the restaurant’s dedicated bento hotline, 415-517-8539, to assure that your bento is cooked hot to order. Pickup slots go from 5:30 to 8 p.m. daily.

82 14th St
San Francisco, CA 94103

21. Mensho Tokyo SF

672 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102

San Francisco’s top spot for rich, creamy tori paitan style ramen recently launched a takeout menu. No need to worry about your noodles getting soggy: The restaurant is only selling its brothless mazesoba ramen. Takeout customers can also purchase chashu (roast pork belly) by the pound. Call in or order delivery via Uber Eats, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. every day except Mondays.

672 Geary St
San Francisco, CA 94102

22. Tartine Manufactory

595 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Tartine Manufactory is open for takeout and delivery Wednesday through Sunday, 9 a.m.–8 p.m., selling everything from sandwiches and fried chicken to the breads and pastries that are the Tartine empire’s biggest claim to fame — plus, a selection of pantry items like pasta sauces and ready-to-bake pastries. Order online.

595 Alabama St
San Francisco, CA 94110

23. The Morris

2501 Mariposa St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Read Review |

Paul Einbund’s wine lovers’ paradise is open for curbside pickup Tuesday through Saturday, 5–9 p.m. Offerings include the restaurant’s famous whole smoked duck, a selection of charcuterie, and even caviar service. Check the restaurant’s website or Instagram page for the most current menu. Email info@themorris-SF.com to place an order, making sure to leave a callback number.

2501 Mariposa St
San Francisco, CA 94110

24. Deli Board

1058 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Deli Board Stefanie Tuder

If meaty, East Coast-inspired sandwiches are what you want, Deli Board is here to satisfy your lunchtime cravings. If you’re craving a humongous egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich, this is your spot.

1058 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94103

25. Mister Jiu's

28 Waverly Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108
Hot and sour soup Mister Jiu’s

Closed for the bulk of the shelter in place so far, Brandon Jew’s Michelin-starred spot in Chinatown recently opened up a grocery/pantry service called Jiu’s Ho Ho that includes prepared food items like lap yok (Chinese bacon), hot and sour soup, and a whole roast duck. There’s also a $100 “Lord Jiu’s” five-course assemble-at-home tasting menu dinner that you can order on Tock for pickup at fellow starred restaurant Lord Stanley, which is collaborating on the meals.

28 Waverly Pl
San Francisco, CA 94108

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McKesson Plaza, 1 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94104