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Feed Me: Downtown Delivery & Takeout

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Italian classics, bistro fare, island cooking and more—these local restaurants have you covered morning, noon and night.  

Soho Diner

A modern riff on the classic American dining staple—Soho Diner is offering a wide selection of over-the-counter remedies with takeaway and delivery service every day from 6:30am ’til midnight. The all-day menu offers revived versions of tried-and-tested classics such as the stack of vegan pancakes, burgers, and disco fries, along with a selection of carry-out cocktails. Soho Diner is available for delivery through Seamless and GrubHub. 

320 W Broadway, New York; T. (212) 965-3011; E. info@sohodinernyc.com 

I Sodi

From the team behind Via Carota and Buvette, I Sodi brings classic, Tuscan cuisine to downtown New York. Fueled by her mother’s kitchen in Italy, Chef and owner Rita Sodi leans on simple authentic ingredients to create the menu of Italian classics. Some menu highlights include the famous lasagna, and even the simplest of dishes, the Cacio Pepe—arguably the best in town. I Sodi is offering delivery through Caviar and pickup.

105 Christopher Street, New York; T. (212) 414-5774

Llama San

Erik Ramirez seamlessly integrates Peruvian and Japanese cuisine with his latest venture. The Greenwich Village bistro is offering many of its dishes to pick up, including harusame rice and Iberico pork in panko. Additionally, Ramirez has created a Llama Pantry to assist his staff over the coming weeks with their food needs and will donate 100% of any gift card purchases to the fund. 

359 6th Ave, New York; T. 646-490-4422; E. pickup@llamasannnyc.com 

Raoul’s

Opened in SoHo by two brothers newly arrived from Alsace, France, Raoul’s has become a New York bistro for the books, and is only getting better with time. In the ’70s, the locals would drop in for fine French steaks with crispy frites and the bohemian atmosphere. Today, the classic orders are still the draw with a limited menu available for delivery. 

180 Prince St, New York; T. (212) 966-3518

Wayan

The first solo venture from Cédric Vongerichten (son of Jean-Georges), Wayan serves Indonesian cuisine with a modern French twist. Here, seasonality is key as are Southeast Asian flavors crafted into small and large plates including vegetable spring rolls, corn fritters, Hiramasa sashimi, lobster noodles, crispy pork ribs, Nasi Goreng, and more—available for takeout.   

20 Spring St, New York; Text orders to (917) 261-4388 or email info@wayan-nyc.com

Miss Lily’s 

Known for its classic Caribbean cooking mixed with modern flair, this Soho staple is offering a range of options for delivery at both its Houston Street and East Village locations. We’re especially partial to the mouth-watering jerk chicken wings, traditional curry goat stew, cod fish fritters, and a plate of fried plantains. 

You can view the delivery options—here 

Il Buco 

Il Buco began its life in the ’90s as an antique shop, selling dishware, copper pots, chairs and paintings collected from Mediterranean travels. At one point, the owners started serving midday Italian meals to their customers. The shop soon evolved into an enoteca, then a full-fledged restaurant specializing in ultra-fresh Mediterranean cuisine. The focus is on bold flavors using simple, quality ingredients. A refined menu is being offered for pick up at il Buco and its sister restaurant, il Buco Alimentari. You can view the current menus—here.

47 Bond St, New York; T. (212) 533-1932

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