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Where to eat: These Phoenix restaurants are open for takeout, carry-out or delivery

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Posted at 9:35 AM, Mar 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-24 19:28:46-04

PHOENIX — Restaurants in around the Valley are open and ready to serve!

In light of local government emergency declarations and at the recommendation of health officials, most restaurants have closed their dining rooms and instead, are open for carry-out, takeout, curbside pick-up and, in some cases, delivery via UberEats, DoorDash, Postmates.

The impacts to the restaurant business will be far and wide. Some have even made the decision to cut staffs and/or to temporarily close altogether.

Steve Chucri, CEO for the Arizona Restaurant Association, said the ARA has a plan to give the industry a much-needed boost: Arizona Take Out Week.


"Just like we do during Arizona Restaurant Week, except it's going to be take out, so hopefully soon within a matter of hours if not a day, we're going to have patrons and consumers go to aztakeoutweek.com and go ahead and look at hundreds of menus from restaurants from across Arizona," he said.

ABC15 is also keeping a list of restaurants that are open for carry-out, takeout, or delivery, as well as any promotions they are running. Know of one that I missed? Send me an email at Josh.Frigerio@abc15.com.

Take a look at the database below for a regularly updated list of eateries that are open for take out or delivery.


Pomo Pizzeria and Pomo Pizza: All Pomo Pizzeria and Pomo Pizza locations are now offering curbside and delivery orders as well. Every order placed directly though POMO (no DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, Grubhub) will receive 30 percent off their order and the option for free delivery for orders over $30. Also, with a purchase of $100 in gift cards, you will receive $50 back for dine-in only orders at a later date.

Mr. Mesquite Taqueria: All four locations will offer a takeout special of two tacos, rice and beans for $5, which is 50 percent off. All they ask is that you call ahead for fast pick-up service.

Fired Pie: All 21 locations will be moving to to-go orders and are offering a deal for a four piece rotoli and two pizzas (or salads) for just $20. To redeem the offer use the promo code: "DATE." They are also offering two pepperoni or cheese pizzas for $10. The promo code for that deal is "PEPP."

Daily Dose: The Daily Dose restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale is open and available for carry-out and delivery within a five-mile radius (minimum $25 required). For every $20 gift card purchase, the restaurant will add $5.

Angry Crab Shack: All orders must be ordered by phone for curbside pick-up or delivery within a 5-mile radius of the nearest restaurant.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria: They will be offering pick up orders that can be place by the phone or website. Delivery is also available by DoorDash and UberEats.

The Collins and Grassroots Kitchen & Tap: They will be offering curbside to-go orders and all kids meals will be 50 percent off with the purchase of an entree. Curbside to-go orders will be available from 11:30-8pm. The Collins is located in Phoenix and Grassroots Kitchen & Tap is located in Scottsdale.

Prep & Pastry: They will offer curbside pickup as well as hand delivery for all orders within 2 miles fom their Scottsdale Waterfront location. They also deliver via DoorDash, UberEats and GrubHub.

Joe's Philly Steak: Open for to-go orders and are available through DoorDash. Their hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and they are located in Phoenix.

Kale and Clover: All locations have revised their hours and will be offering curbside pick-up orders. Their new hours are Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup: All four locations in Arizona will close their dining rooms and offer to-go orders, as well as Postmates, and phone orders.

Crust and The Ostrich Cocktail Lounge: Both Crust and The Ostrich are open and serving take-out orders and delivery via delivery companies. They are currently running a promotion for 20 percent off all to-go orders. The Ostrich is offering 25% off cocktails. Crust have two locations in Scottsdale and Chandler. The Ostrich is located in Chandler.

Voodoo Daddy's Steam Kitchen: The Tempe restaurant is open for online orders, carry-out and delivery via delivery apps. The current promotion is $3 kids meals (chicken strips
popcorn shrimp, Voodoo pasta, red beans and rice).

Snooze AM Eatery: Snooze will now be offering delivery and to-go orders at all locations.

Uncle Sam's: Open for carry-out, pick-up, and delivery. They are currently running a promotion for 10% off online orders/delivery. Use promo code: PROMO 10.

FnB Scottsdale: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, FnB in Scottsdale will have an "abbreviated menu" available for takeout orders, curbside pickup, and delivery up to five miles away, owners Charlene Badman and Pavle Milic said in a Sunday post on the restaurant's Facebook page.

"We feel it is our moral obligation to help our staff and community at large, to be part of the solution by eliminating social gathering, thereby doing our duty in flattening the curve.
Please know that this has not been an easy decision, but one that is necessary," they wrote.

Salad and Go: Starting Monday, March 16, Salad and Go locations will serve customers through the drive-thru only. Online orders can be picked up via the drive-thru, the company said in a Facebook post. First responders and nurses can receive a free breakfast item at Salad and Go by showing their badge or wearing their uniform.

Morning Kick: The Gilbert restaurant said beginning Wednesday, March 18, it would close its dining room and serve customers through to-go orders and curbside pickup.

Carlos O’Brien’s Mexican Restaurant: The family owned and operated restaurant is offering 10 percent off all to-go orders with curbside pickup and free delivery at all three locations.

Wildflower: Restaurants are open and accepting online orders for pick-up or delivery.

Wren House Brewing: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, Wren House Brewing said it would only be open for to-go orders and for people to pick-up online orders.

Famous Dave's: All corporate-owned restaurants in the Valley have closed their dining rooms, according to a spokesperson, but will be open for "to go" orders.

Salvadoreno Restaurant: Similar to other restaurants, Salvadoreno has closing the dining rooms to all five of its restaurants in the Valley. It will be open for takeout orders and delivery through third-party delivery apps (ie: Uber, DoorDash, ect.).

The Churchill: The courtyard is closed, but the restaurants and bars at The Churchill are open for to-go orders. Restaurants include Freak Brothers Pizza, Foxy Fruit Acai Bowls & Smoothies, The Brill Line, Provecho, Commander Hamburger and So Far, So Good.

Taco Guild: The Phoenix restaurant is open and handling to-go orders. With every order, they are handing out a voucher for a free appetizer, a spokesperson said.

RigaTony's: Beginning on Wednesday, March 17, RigaTony's in Tempe will close its dining room and, like other restaurants, transition to carry-out, curbside pickup, and delivery orders only.

Clever Koi, Across the Pond, Fellow Osteria: Born & Raised Hospitality said Tuesday that it has closed the dining rooms to all of its restaurants, temporarily, and will transition to carry-out, curbside pickup, and delivery.

Federal Pizza, Joyride Tacos, Windor, and Churn: Upward Projects announced Tuesday that it would close the dining rooms to all of its restaurants and transition to carry-out, curbside pickup, and delivery.

Famous Dave's: All corporate-owned restaurants in the Valley have closed their dining rooms, according to a spokesperson, but are open for "to go" orders.

Ahipoki: Five restaurants in the Valley (Avondale, Chandler, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe) are open for carry-out and delivery.

The Tasty Touch Flavors of India: In an email to ABC15, the owners said they are open and have transitioned to carry-out and delivery only.

Serrano's Mexican Restaurants: Serrano's has closed its dining rooms, but is offering four family-style "to go" options, including tacos, burritos, nachos or taco salad. They are also serving $5 burritos.

Fox Restaurant Concepts: The Henry, Olive & Ivy, Zinburger, The Greenehouse, Culinary Dropout, Doughbird, and Blanco Tacos are open for pick-up and curbside pick-up at a 35% discount, a news release said. Airport locations and Flower Child restaurants are excluded.

True Food Kitchen (Biltmore): True Food Kitchen at Biltmore Fashion Park has reopened to serve a limited menu of five vegan and vegetarian dishes for carry-out and delivery. The Scottsdale location remains closed.

Craft 64: Both the Chandler and Scottsdale locations are open for curbside pick-up and delivery.

The Brickyard and The Hidden House: Both restaurants are located in downtown Chandler and are open for carry-out.

Upward Projects: On Tuesday, the hospitality group behind Postino WineCafe, Federal Pizza, Windsor, Churn, and Joyride Taco House, announced that all of its restaurants were open and serving customers with takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery.

Merkin Vineyards Old Town Scottsdale: Open for carry-out and bottled of wine.

Sauce Pizza & Wine: All locations in the Valley are open for takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery.

Marcellino Ristorante: Located in Old Town Scottsdale, the Italian restaurant is open for carry-out, pick-up, and delivery.

Maple & Ash: The high-end Scottsdale restaurant is open for carry-out. It it also offering a dollar-for-dollar gift card promotion. Customers will receive a gift card for the same amount they spend on carry-out orders.

Mastro's Steakhouse, Mastro's City Hall, and Mastro's Ocean Club: All three steakhouses are offering family-sized steak meal kits. Their normal menus are available for carry-out and pick-up.

Salerno's Restaurant and Pizzeria: The Gilbert restaurant is open for carry-out, pick-up, and delivery via third-party apps.

Diego Pops: The Scottsdale restaurant is open for carry-out and delivery via third party apps. Those who order directly through the restaurant will receive a 20% discount.

The Hot Chick: The 70s-themed restaurant is open for carry-out.

OverEasy: All Valley restaurants are open for carry-out and delivery.

Zinqué: The French-inspired restaurant is open for carry-out, pick-up, and delivery.

Giving Tree Cafe: Open for takeout and delivery.

Five Guys: Craving a burger? Five Guys restaurants are open for pick-up or delivery. Some locations may have temporary reduced hours.

Wich Wich: Locations are open for carry-out, pick-up, and delivery.

Genghis Grill: All restaurants are open for carryout, online ordering, and curbside pick-up.

Chick-Fil-A: The fast-food company announced Sunday that it will close the dining rooms at its restaurants nationwide. From there, services will vary from store to store. Some may only be open for drive-thru orders, while others may offer catering, take-out and mobile orders, according to a news release. More information.

Einstein Bros. Bagels: For cities and towns that have closed all dining rooms, Einstein Bros. Bagels will offer to go and delivery options. More information.

McDonald's: The fast-food restaurant chain announced that all company-owned restaurants would close their indoor seating areas, kiosks, and soda stations. Like other restaurants, it will focus on drive-thru, carry-out, and delivery orders.

Starbucks: Stores are open, but the indoor seating areas and patios will be closed, Starbucks announced in a recent blog post. Customers can still order at the counter or from the drive-thru. Some stores, however, will have the option to only accept orders via drive thru or mobile orders. Some locations at malls and/or university may be temporarily closed, as well as stores in areas with a lot of COVID-19 cases. More information.

Mod Pizza: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, Mod Pizza locations will be open for take-out and delivery orders. In a statement, the company said people can still come into the store to order, but are asking people to leave right after. People can also order online and order delivery. More information.

Mod Pizza: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, Mod Pizza locations will be open for take-out and delivery orders. In a statement, the company said people can still come into the store to order, but are asking people to leave right after. People can also order online and order delivery. More information.

Pei Wei: In a tweet on Monday, Pei Wei said it was temporarily closing all of its dining rooms "until further notice." Restaurants will still be open for takeout orders and delivery.

Jack in the Box: Similar to other fast-food restaurants, Jack in the Box announced on its website that it has closed its dining rooms, but will remain open for drive-thru, delivery, and mobile orders.

Denny's: Restaurants in the Phoenix area are open for carry-out and delivery. Delivery fees are waived through April 12 when ordered through Denny's website.

Blaze Pizza: All five restaurants in the Phoenix area are open for carry-out and delivery.

Church's Chicken: Open for drive-thru orders, carry-out, and delivery.

TGI Fridays: Open for curbside pick-up and delivery.


Linger Longer Lounge: Late Sunday night, March 15, the Phoenix bar announced in a Facebook post that it would be closed for the remainder of the week "or until we fill it is safe to open to the public again." "We want to do what is best for our community and while we are saddened to close our doors for any period of time we have everyone’s safety in mind. Be careful out there and we will see you again soon. Please wash your hands.

Illegal Pete's: Beginning on Monday, March 16, all restaurants will be closed for a "minimum" of four weeks. Ilegal Pete's has two restaurants in Arizona: Mill Avenue in Tempe and another in Tucson. "With the spread of COVID-19, we want to do what’s right to protect our crew, customers, and community. All research points to social distancing as being the key to controlling the spread of the virus, and we will be taking this advice as gospel," the restaurant wrote on its website.

Valley Bar & Crescent Ballroom: Both venues announced Saturday that concerts and shows have been suspended until further notice. However, Cocina 10 at Crescent Ballroom and The Rose Room at Valley Bar remain open.

Barrio Cafe and Barrio Cafe Gran Reserva: Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza announced on Instagram on Monday that both of her restaurants were closed and would remain closed until further notice.

Evening Entertainment Group: The company behind several bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the Valley has decided to temporarily close all of its concepts. Their concepts include: Bottled Blonde, Sandbar Mexican Grill, Hi-Fi Kitchen, Casa Amigos, Chauncey Social, Skylanes, Bevvy, RnR Gastropub, Stock and Stable, Honor Amongst Thieves, and The Mint.

Riot Hospitality Group: The owners behind Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row, Riot House, Hand Cut, Farm & Craft, and El Hefe announced Tuesday that all of their locations were temporarily closed.

Spellbound Entertainment Group: Maya Day and Nightclub, Clubhouse at Maya, Flint by Baltaire, Upstairs at Flint, The Distrist, Dakota, Shade at W Scottsdale, and The Living Room at W Scottsdale are all temporarily closed, Spellbound Entertainment Group announced Tuesday. Flint by Baltaire will be open for to-go orders.

UnderTow and Century Grand (closed): Both UnderTow and Century Grand announced Tuesday that they have temporarily closed their bars and restaurants, according to a statement.

Hash Kitchen: All restaurants are closed and are not doing to-go orders.

Tomaso's Italian Kitchen: The restaurant is closed and is not going to-go, pickup, or mobile orders.

Durant's: The famous Phoenix steakhouse said in an email to guests that it will remain closed "until the situation changes."

Cobra Arcade: In a Facebook post, Cobra Arcade said it has closed both of its locations in Phoenix and Tucson. “For the foreseeable future, we are closing our doors. Not to keep people from having fun or to keep our employees from making a living…but to make sure we are doing our part to keep all of us healthy and safe for the future," a note said.

Little Miss BBQ: In a heartfelt statement on its Facebook page late Tuesday, Little Migg BBQ wrote that it would temporarily close its restaurants after business on Wednesday, March 18. "Doing takeout as a restaurant not made for takeout or with an incredible labor intensive menu doesn't work. I know it sounds great for politicians to think takeout is the saving grace, but the numbers don't lie. Unless you are built for that, it's hard to make work," the statement said.

Cien Agaves Taco & Tequila: In a statement on its Facebook page, Cien Agaves said it would close its restaurants. "We hope to be back within a couple weeks," the statement said.

Virtu Honest Craft and Pizzeria Virtu: Chef Gio Osso announced that both of its restaurants, Virtu Honest Craft and Pizzeria Virtue, would temporarily close "due to the recent developments regarding COVID-19," according to his restaurants' social media pages. "We hope to re-open our doors soon and welcome you all back."

CRUjiente Tacos: In a statement on its Facebook page, CRUjiente Tacos wrote that "in an effort to remain responsible to our guests, Team CRU and our community, please note that CRUjiente Tacos is closed until further notice."

OBON Sushi: All restaurants are closed.