Food & Wine | Lifestyle
Curbside Pick-Up and Delivery in Beverly Hills and Environs
On March 16, the City of Beverly Hills ordered that all restaurants and retail food facilities within the jurisdiction were prohibited from serving food for consumption on premises, including through a self-serve, unwrapped buffet. In this uncertain time, there are still a number of local restaurants that are continuing to deliver food and some are even offering curbside pick-up for the first time. One Sunset Boulevard favorite has completely morphed into a new market concept while another nightlife and hospitality guru has decided to pivot at just the right time and launch a new venue for home delivery.
In an effort to continue supporting local restaurants and small businesses, here is a list of where you can still acquire your favorite meals in Beverly Hills and surrounding areas. And, the City will accommodate parking in front of restaurants to allow for easier access for “to-go” or curbside dining.
Curbside Pick-up is the New Drive-Through
The hotel is currently offering valet pick up for take-out meals. So, you can order your favorite charred Brussels sprout Caesar (with chicken or salmon) over the phone and pick it up at the valet by just driving through without parking or waiting. Other signature favorites to
go include flatbreads, Mary’s roast chicken, and breakfast from acai bowls to green juices. The hotel has even set up entire catering orders for dinner parties that also includes valet pick up.
While you might be missing your weekly Friday lunch at Spago, no need to miss the classic smoked salmon pizza and other iconic favorites. For the first time in the history of Wolfgang Puck’s famous eatery, Spago will be servicing curb-side pick-ups.
This neighborhood staple will be offering a reduced take-out menu with favorite Drago family dishes all week from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Take-out is also available from Piccolo Paradiso Ristorante and others in their portfolio.
This Canon Drive mainstay remains open for take-out, curbside included, and delivery through Postmates and Uber Eats. Additionally, the staff is able to make deliveries in the neighborhood.
You can still have Michael Fiorelli’s best pasta dishes delivered right to your car from 5:30 p.m. to midnight. Just preorder then give them a call on 310-307-3932 when you are outside.
This Sunset Boulevard French café stunner has transformed into a marketplace where you can buy fresh fruits and veggies, bread, cheese and other treats from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, plus they have a wine shop and are even selling toilet paper. Bravo!
Free and Discounted Delivery
edo by Eduardo Baldi
The restaurant is offering free delivery at their Beverly Hills and Palisades locations daily. That includes favorite lunch and dinner items from e.baldi Beverly Hills and sandwiches and salads from the cafés.
While they will be operating on a limited menu, you can still order plenty of pasta, pizza, anti-pasta, salads and dessert to go or for delivery with a 15 percent discount. They are working with Postmates and Grubhub so you don’t have to miss out on the beloved Mediterranean branzino filet or the spaghetti and meatballs.
Sam’s Crispy Chicken
As in Sam Nazarian, fried chicken dominates the menu at sbe Entertainment Group’s first delivery-only concept, which just launched on March 13. Expect Nashville Hot, Chicken & Waffles, Buffalo Fried Chicken and dipping sauces such as a kimchi mayo and miso-honey mustard.
Discounts and delivery options include:
Postmates ($3 off $15), UberEats (free chicken tender bites), Doordash (free delivery), GrubHub (free chicken tender bite and free delivery) and Caviar (free delivery).
The Nice Guy
This West Hollywood favorite hot spot is offering delivery and pick-up of their standouts including cacio e pepe and rigatoni bolognese paired with roasted Brussels sprouts in a Caesar vinaigrette.
Available for free delivery or pick-up on Postmates and 30 percent off pizzas everyday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
No contact delivery from DoorDash:
The popular delivery app is testing enhanced drop-off options for customers, including no contact delivery. If you prefer this method, or need to request one for health reasons, you can do so starting this week in the delivery instructions. Dashers can reach out to you through a call or text message when you place an order to request a no-contact delivery as well.
Log on to BHcourier.com for updates on more delivery options rolling out in the area.