San Antonio Delivery or Curbside Options for March

Looking for alternative dining options while we’re home for a few weeks? Here’s a running list of some local restaurants offering San Antonio delivery or curbside service in and around the area as of March 18, 2020.

Pearl Farmer’s Market – Keep an eye out for curbside offerings. Build your custom order online or order a seasonal produce bag for $25 with a weekly selection of 6 to 7 varieties. This week’s bag will include: 2 heads of lettuce, 2 lbs sweet potatoes, 1 celery bunch, 1 bunch carrots, 1 bunch green or purple spring onions, 1 bunch of kale, and 1 head of broccoli. Produce, meat, dairy, eggs, pantry items, and specialty food will also be available. Place your orders by Wednesday night and pick up curbside on Fridays at Pearl Stable.

Muck & Fuss – New Braunfels – Offering Carry Out for food. Call 830-255-7055 for pick up.

Copa Wine Bar – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food & wine. Call (210) 495-2672 for pick up. Will be offering delivery of food & wine via Favor soon.

Poke Planet – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 627-6060 for pick up. Delivery Available.

Little Italy – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 349-2060 for pick up. Delivery and Family Style Meals are available. Hosting drive for San Antonio Food Bank: https://www.facebook.com/events/222407922480255/

Yummi Japanese Restaurant – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Bitters Location: Call (210) 236-8003 for pick up. Leon Springs Location: Call (210) 698-1650 for pick up. Delivery Available.

Eastside Kitchenette – San Antonio Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 507-2568 for pick up.

Crepeccino – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 600-3362 for pick up. Delivery Available Through Uber & Doordash

Maverick Whiskey – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call 210) 447-7010 for pick up. Delivery Available Through Door Dash & Favor.

Lion & Rose – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 798-LION for pick up. Delivery Available Through Chow Now.

The Good Kind – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 801-5892 for pick up. Delivery Available through Uber Eats, Offering Family Style Meals. 

Bistr09 – San Antonio – Offering Carry Out for food. Call (210) 245-8156 for pick up. – Offering Family Style Meals.

Stouts – Offering Carry Out for food. Delivery through Favor.

Other San Antonio options currently listing delivery or curbside:

  • Fratellos
  • Barbaro
  • Pinch Boil House
  • South BBQ
  • The Jerk Shack
  • The Bread Box
  • Snooze AM 
  • Chas Korean bbq
  • Shotgun Roasters
  • Sushi Seven
  • Hot Joy
  • Sabor 
  • Jason Dady Restaurants
  • La Botanica
  • The Art of Donut
  • Panaderia Jimenez
  • Li’s Restaurant
  • Sangria on the Burg
  • BBQ Station
  • Kung Fu Noodle
  • Order Up
  • Taco Palenque

**When in doubt, check with your favorite San Antonio restaurant directly to see what their operating plans are.***

And don’t forget these:

Restaurants are working hard to ensure the safety of their staff and yours while in operation.

Also. This situation is scary. I said that out loud and it felt great to let it out amidst sobs, even if I was hiding in the laundry room talking to my mom on the phone. It doesn’t mean we won’t make it through. We will. It may look totally different, but we’ll come out the other side of this together, maybe no longer 6 to 10 feet apart. For now, we can at least keep our favorite restaurants busy and eat our favorite comfort foods, to-go.

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Amanda is a native Texan who spent a few years in the Boston area. Newish to the stay-at-home mom gig, she’s mother to an eight-year-old wilding and a five-year-old diva. When not trying to herd those cats, she runs a doula agency, Journey to Motherhood (@motherhoodsatx), and works as a San Antonio birth doula and childbirth educator. She has been married to her husband for almost nine years, which also means learning the ways of being a military spouse. Upon his return from his first deployment in their relationship, she surprised him by proposing to him when she finished her first half marathon (more like she held up a ring and he said yes). Their honeymoon was a babymoon (ehh) to Italy, followed by another deployment, building a new home, and having another child. Much time at home is spent cultivating a medicinal and vegetable garden (she’s a modern hippie), reading all kinds of books (everyone is a book nerd), crafting cocktails (because yum), documenting shenanigans and social activism on Instagram (@optimisticheathen), and holding spontaneous dance parties in the living room.