Takeout & Delivery Guide: The Best of Central Los Angeles

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Whether it’s an award-winning Cuban sandwich, meticulously crafted bento boxes, or super spicy Thai food, Los Angeles brims with an array of restaurants ready to satisfy your latest cravings—and LOTS of places to grab your food to-go or have it delivered to your door. In this guide, we focus on Central Los Angeles, which includes Downtown, Hollywood, Koreatown, Silver Lake, Beverly Grove, Westlake, and more.

A note on categorization: L.A.’s legendary sprawl can be hard to wrap your head around. Consider the L.A. Times’ Mapping L.A. project, which breaks the county down into 158 cities and incorporated places, plus 114 neighborhoods within Los Angeles city limits. To make our takeout and delivery series more digestible, we’re looking to the Times’s work as a lodestar in how we bundle regions together.


Now, on to the eats!

sunset sushi
Sunset Sushi. Photo by Fried Chicken Studios.

Silver Lake

El Cochinito opened 30 years ago bringing an award-winning Cuban sandwich and meals straight from chef and owner Daniel Navarro’s grandmother’s recipes. The lechon asado is a must and so is the flan. Takeout and delivery are available.

Ichijiki in Highland Park opened a sister location in Silver Lake called Sunset Sushi. It offers carefully crafted omakase boxes, chirashi, sashimi, and kaisen don. At the helm are Tokyo-born chefs Kazuhiro Yamada and Yoshi Matsumoto, who apply traditional Edomae techniques to uniquely cure select fish on the menu including golden eye snapper and bluefin tuna. You can also add on bottles of sake, canned highball cocktails, and an assortment of Japanese and local craft beers. Available for takeout and delivery through the restaurant.

Tartine’s famous breads and day-time eats (including pizza) are available for takeout and delivery.

Silver Lake’s 58-year-old Casita Del Campo is offering its full menu for pickup or delivery through apps Postmates, Grubhub, and Caviar. Try the generous and affordable combination plates of mix-and-match items such as enchiladas, tamales, and tacos, all served with rice, refried beans, and your choice of soup or salad.

Night Market Song is open for takeout of its signature Thai spicy salads, noodles, curries, and soups. Delivery can be requested through Doordash.

Get German beers delivered in a 64oz. reusable amber growler along with frozen German sausages from The Red Lion Tavern in Silver Lake. Or, opt for tasty combination meals that come with options like a sausage platter, soft pretzels, beer, and wine. Call for pickup and delivery. Orders can also be made through GrubHub.

Burgers Never Say Die’s whole menu is available for takeout through phone orders and walk-ins. Grab a smash burger and add cheese sauce to your fries for the full experience.

My Vegan Gold is a Thai-influenced restaurant offering a menu that goes beyond its main focus of vegan Thai to include orange “chicken,” paninis, tacos, breakfast, and a “hot portobello” plate inspired by the hot chicken trend. Family-sized meals are also available. Takeout only.

WOOD is offering wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, handmade pasta, and other Italian eats alongside a pantry full of groceries. Beer and wine are also half-off. Takeout and delivery is available.

Filipino restaurant Spoon & Pork is offering Adobo Pork Belly, Coco Jackfruit, and Fried Chicken bowls on its takeout menu.

Same Same’s Thai menu is available for delivery on Caviar. Receive 10% off your bill when you order takeout by calling (213) 273-8424.

The Vietnamese menu at Gingergrass and a wine list supporting Black beer and winemakers are available for takeout daily. Delivery is offered through Caviar.

Echo Park

Thunderbolt is offering comfort food like fried green tomato sandwiches, shrimp & grits, and buttermilk biscuits alongside a rotating selection of canned cocktails, beer, and wine. Available for takeout and delivery. Call them at (213) 372-5099 or find them on Postmates or GrubHub.

Sake bar OTOTO features a tightly curated menu of unique Japanese eats like rock shrimp Okonomiyaki, grilled kurobuta sausage with potato salad, and a panko-fried fish sandwich inspired by the Filet-o-Fish, all available for takeout and delivery. Tack on some Japanese snacks, pantry items, and sake bottles to enjoy at home as well.

Beers, mimosa kits, and drool-worthy sandwiches are all available for takeout and delivery at Trencher. Orders can be made ahead of time through the website.

Monty’s Good Burger’s menu of plant-based burgers, shakes, and loaded fries and tots is available for takeout through online ordering on their official website.


East Hollywood

Found Oyster, recognized for its delicious seafood dishes and Old Bay-coated fried chicken, is open for takeout. Enjoy lobster rolls, clam chowder, and even a seafood platter in the comfort of your own home.

TexMex eatery HomeState has locations in East Hollywood, Highland Park, and Playa Vista. All are open for takeout or delivery.

Sapp Coffee Shop’s famous Boat Noodles are available for takeout. The small eatery also serves a variety of Thai items including Jade Noodles, Larb, and Pad See Ew. Delivery can be requested through ChowNow.

Friends & Family is open daily for takeout and delivery of its breakfast menu, sandwiches, salads, pastries, sourdough breads, and more.

Kismet’s Mediterranean menu is available for takeout and so is its rotisserie chicken operation.

Tlayuda L.A. is open for takeout and delivery, offering its signature tlayudas and other Oaxacan dishes. They also have family meals, an under $5 menu, and a not-so-secret menu with enchiladas smothered in three sauces and a sweet heart-shaped tlayuda.

Ruen Pair’s authentic Thai menu is available for takeout and delivery.

Sogo Roll Bar now offers DIY Hand Roll Kits for $38. Each kit includes fresh nori, rice, garnishes, and four signature Sogo fillings of your choice such as bluefin toro, crab, spicy tuna, and more. Eleven different add-ons, like fried onion or spicy mayo, are available for an additional fee. Open for pickup or delivery.

Nossa. Photo by: Georgia Cassidy

Los Feliz

All Time in Los Feliz is open for pickup and delivery via Toast. On the menu, find coffee, breakfast, and lunch items including All Time’s popular Crispy Rice bowl. On Mondays, guests can order from the “All Time Lunedi” menu, which includes Italian eats like pizza, baked stuffed shells, and chicken parm. It also has marketplace items, including meat, produce, bread, wine, and more.

Alcove’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are available for takeout and delivery through Toast. The cafe also offers a selection of caffeinated beverages, cocktail kits, beer, wine, and liquor.

Sidewalk Grill serves juicy kabobs full of flavor and other Mediterranean dishes. Checkout its affordable specials that feed multiple people. Available for pickup and delivery.

Little Dom’s is open daily for takeout or delivery on Caviar. Popular items on the Italian menu include spaghetti and meatballs, chicken parm and cacio e pepe. Meal kits, pantry items, fresh produce, bottled wine, and batched cocktails sealed in mason jars are also available.

Nossa’s Southern Brazilian menu features cheese bread, roasted chicken, and moqueca de peixe, a coconut milk-based fish stew. Available for pickup and delivery Wednesday through Sunday.

Elysian Valley

Wax Paper‘s cult sandwiches in both Chinatown and Frogtown are available for takeout or no-contact delivery through Caviar. The NPR- and KCRW-inspired sandwich menu has doubled since the Chinatown location opened.


Get your pastrami fix from Langer’s. Available for takeout through walk-up or phone orders. Langer’s is also on most delivery platforms.

GiGi’s Cuban cafe and bakery is offering pickup and delivery of its entire menu, including bakery items like beef potato balls, guava pies, and cakes.

Brooklyn Bagel Bakery is over 60 years old and its chewy bagels draw lines in the morning. Order ahead of time for takeout or opt for delivery.

Clark Street Bread is a great place to stock up on freshly baked bread and pastries. They also have a casual breakfast and lunch menu with a fabulous Quiche Lorraine and an organic beef cheeseburger on a sesame seed bun baked in-house.

Guerrilla Tacos. Photo by: Christina Champlin.


Sonoratown is still grilling excellent Northern Mexican carne asada and handmaking some of the best flour tortillas in the city. Get large taco kits with meat by the pound or go for the regular menu of individual tacos, quesadillas, and burritos. Takeout is available, or get delivery through Caviar or Doordash.

American comfort food spot Poppy + Rose is open for curbside pickup or delivery within DTLA. On the menu are crave-able stacked sandwiches, burgers, and hearty breakfast plates. The buttermilk fried chicken & waffles with smoked honey butter and chives is spectacular.

Rappahannock Oyster Bar is offering a couple new meal packages priced $35, $75, and $145. The “L.A. Dinner” pack feeds two for $35 and includes oyster tacos, the lil rapp burger, truffle fries, crispy Brussels sprouts, and your choice of either two cans of Tecate or a bottle of wine (additional $10 fee). The “Fancy Comfort Food” pack feeds 3-4 for $145 and includes fresh oysters, a shrimp cocktail, lobster mac & cheese, and more, along with a bottle of Cava. Both the meal packages and the regular menu are available for takeout and delivery.

Shiku is now open at Grand Central Market for curbside pickup and takeout. Order homestyle Korean food and Baroo pantry items here.

Here and Now is serving a casual seasonal menu that includes latkes, baked brie, pigs in a blanket, and cookies. Peek their quarantine cocktail kits for pickup and delivery.

Comfort LA started as a pop-up by actor-turned-chef Jeremy McBryde and business strategist Mark E. Walker. Focused on locally sourced organic ingredients and healthier cooking methods, it offers organic fried chicken wings, classic sides, and an eye-catching spicy chicken sandwich on a black bun. Open for curbside pickup and delivery.

Rossoblu is offering several cook-at-home pasta options and you-bake Semolina chocolate chip cookies. If you’re looking for cooked meals, they have you covered with items like lasagna bolognese and meatballs for two. Place orders online for curbside takeout Wednesday through Sunday.

Guerilla Tacos has taco and tamale kits as well as special weekly meal kits. Sister restaurant Guerilla Cafecito is serving breakfast burritos, coffee, and donuts. Both are available for takeout and delivery on Postmates.

Treat yourself to Mrs. Fish’s sushi boxes and the French casual menu at sister restaurant Perch at the same time. Both are offering a combined takeout menu. Delivery is available through Postmates. 

Deep dish pizzeria Patxi’s Pizza is offering deep dish and thin crust pies plus a number of salads, appetizers, and focaccia sandwiches for pickup and delivery.

The Original Pantry Cafe in downtown L.A. has been open since 1924 (though not always in the same location) and is considered a Los Angles Historic-Cultural Monument. For now, it’s only offering takeout Thursdays through Sunday with reduced hours.

Health-focused deli Locali is open for takeout and delivery at all four locations (Hollywood, Venice, West Hollywood, and Localita in DTLA).

Macau Pork Chop Bun from Pearl River Delta. Photo by: Christina Champlin.


Pearl River Delta, located in Chinatown’s Far East Plaza, is cooking up Cantonese comfort food like Hainan Chicken, Mapo Tofu, and Char Sui Pork ribs for takeout and delivery. They also have a cold section where you can get soups, sauces, and pre-made food.

Wax Paper is offering takeout and delivery of its cult sandwiches at both Chinatown and Frogtown locations. The NPR- and KCRW-inspired sandwich menu has doubled since the Chinatown location opened with exclusive creations like the Neda Ulaby, made with roast beef and French onion dip on a ciabatta roll, and the Evan Kleiman, which consists of pepperoncini pickled hard-boiled eggs on a baguette with house-made salted maple butter, shredded cheddar cheese, and scallions.

Philippe The Original is offering a limited menu of its iconic French Dips. The four-person Family Pack ($53) includes your choice of meat and cheese for four sandwiches, plus four sides, pickles, au jus, and a bottle of Philippe’s hot mustard. Available for pickup and delivery through Postmates and ChowNow.

From the minds behind Pine & Crane comes a Taiwanese breakfast concept called Today Starts Here. Open Thursdays through Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for pickup, the menu offers traditional morning eats like daikon cakes, Dan Bing (Taiwanese crepe), and Fan Tuan, a burrito with a sticky rice exterior stuffed with pork floss, preserved vegetables, braised egg, and youtiao. Milk teas, fresh-pressed soy milk, and cold brew are also on the menu.

Eastside Italian Deli is offering pickup and delivery. Treat yourself to a sauced-up meatball sub or a cold mortadella-and-cheese. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu.

Japanese-style milk bread sandwiches at Katsu Sando are available for takeout or delivery using ChowNow. Traditional chicken, pork, and ground beef katsu sandwiches are on the menu as well as a mushroom katsu for vegetarians. The most unique item is definitely the honey walnut shrimp katsu. Since the pandemic, the shop has also expanded to offer katsu and curry family meals.

Taiwanese street food cafe Lao Tao’s crave-able menu of spicy popcorn chicken, braised pork belly, and wontons is available for takeout and delivery.

Open since 1976, family-owned and operated Yang Chow has been the go-to spot in the neighborhood for past presidents, sports stars, and celebrities. There are over 100 items on the menu, but the famous hot and spicy slippery shrimp is a must. Available for takeout or get delivery through Caviar.

A taste of NOLA can be found at The Little Jewel of New Orleans. Over 30 kinds of Po’ Boys are on the menu, plus hot plates like Jambalaya, fried catfish, and crawfish mac n’ cheese. And in true NOLA fashion, they also have beignets! Available for takeout. Delivery is handled through ChowNow.

Get your taco fix and more at Mexicali Taco & Co. Chef Esdras Ochoa’s casual eatery serves excellent carne asada fries, vampires, and, of course, a number of Baja-style tacos. Available for takeout and delivery.

Modern Asian tearoom Steep LA is offering a number of its specialty teas and seasonal rice and noodle bowls for takeout. Tea leaves and tea accessories are also available for pickup.

Sister cafe to Suehiro in Little Tokyo, Suehiro Mini is offering a limited menu of homestyle Japanese food for takeout and delivery through ChowNow and other apps. The menu includes several types of ramen, soba, and rice bowls.

Howlin’ Ray’s Nashville Hot Chicken is available exclusively on Postmates for delivery Tuesday through Saturday.

Sashimi Deluxe from Sushi Gen
Sashimi Deluxe from Sushi Gen. Photo by Christina Champlin.

Little Tokyo

For over 40 years, Sushi Gen has been one of the most popular sushi restaurants in Los Angeles. During the pandemic, it’s pivoted to takeout only. The menu is limited but features all the hits like the sushi deluxe, sashimi deluxe, and yellowtail collar. You can also order sushi and sashimi a la carte over the phone.

Open since 1991, Shabu Shabu House is the first Shabu Shabu restaurant in North America. The restaurant offers takeout Shabu Shabu dinner sets that come with all the fixings and coffee jello for dessert. They also have a popular Angus beef curry with house-made pickled cabbage on the menu. Order by phone at 213-680-3890. Note that the restaurant is cash only.

PASTA e PASTA by Allegro serves Japanese-Italian-style pasta. The Allegro family started as a pizzeria in Japan and here in Los Angeles, you’ll find beef ragu, uni, squid ink, and chicken spinach cream pasta. Open for takeout.

Hama Sushi is where you’ll find pristine cuts of fish turned into rolls and sashimi. There used to be a pretty long wait for seating inside the cozy establishment. Now, Hama is taking phone orders every day from 5-9 p.m. Sake and beer are also available for takeout.

T.O.T. is offering premium tonkatsu sets on its menu like black pork loin, Mille shiso cheese katsu, and chicken oroshi katsu. There’s also donburi, curry, and noodles. Pickup is available and delivery can be found on Postmates.

Suehiro is a late-night diner that’s served homestyle Japanese food in Little Tokyo for decades. Open for takeout and delivery through ChowNow and other apps, the entire menu is available including bentos, ramen, soba, and rice bowls.

French and Japanese brasserie Azay is owned and operated by critically-acclaimed Chef Akira Hirose, formerly of Maison Akira. It offers classics like kakuni omurice alongside boeuf bourguignon, duck confit, and a full Japanese breakfast. Get takeout directly through the restaurant or delivery through GrubHub and Doordash.

TaNoTa Takoyaki serves takoyaki, the most popular street food in all of Japan. Nicknamed “octopus balls,” this street snack is made with flour batter, pieces of octopus, and other savory items. At this small cafe, the batter is infused with a special chicken bone soup. Choose from seven types of toppings on the menu including jalapeño, spicy caviar, parmesan, and truffle oil. Delivery through a number of apps and curbside pickup is available, though you can still catch a glimpse of the takoyaki being prepared in the front store window.

RAKKAN Ramen is an award-winning ramen restaurant straight out of Japan that serves plant-based broth. It also offers a number of noodles to suit every diet, including gluten-free and kale noodles. There are plenty of vegan dishes, like the avocado tofu bowl and vegan gyozas, but they also offer meat here, like grilled pork on ramen and a crispy chicken bowl. Available for delivery and pickup.

Enjoy Hawaiian comfort food from Aloha Café, open since 2004. You can find items like Loco Moco, Kalua Pork, and spam musubi here. The breakfast and lunch menu are both served all day. They are open for takeout.

Sushi Komasa has served traditional Japanese dishes and sushi for decades. There used to be a constant line outside this tiny eatery, but now it’s operating on takeout orders. The updated menu features several fan favorites like the Sushi C combo, sashimi & tempura plate, and BBQ eel over rice.

Kinjiro‘s Izakaya dishes and hearty quick meals are available for takeout through the Tock app.

Operating on takeout, Mitsuru Café is an old-school casual dining spot serving teriyaki and tempura. The attraction here is the menu of made-to-order snacks like Imagawayaki, a hockey puck-shaped pancake stuffed with red bean and Mitarashi dango; mini rice dumplings, and skewers drizzled with sweet soy sauce. Open on Wednesdays and Friday through Saturday.

The first Chinchikurin opened in 1999 in Hiroshima, but now has over a dozen locations in Japan and three locations right here in Los Angeles County. On the menu is a Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, Japan’s best hangover food. It’s a savory omelet with a smorgasbord of ingredients. There are nine combinations to choose from, including seafood, beef, torched green onion, and Japanese mayo. Available for takeout.

Open for takeout and delivery through a number of apps, all Sushi Enya locations (Pasadena, Beverly Grove, Little Tokyo, and Marina Del Rey) are serving Chirashi bowls, sashimi, specialty rolls, and at-home omakase.

Far Bar is the place for when you want Japanese beers and bar eats like wasabi fries, Asian-inspired tacos, and burgers. Takeout is available and delivery can be requested on most apps.

Marugame Monzo’s freshly-made hand-cut udon, served in a variety of flavors prepared hot or cold, is available for takeout and GrubHub delivery.

Kagura offers a little bit of everything. There are affordable specials where you can build your own meal from 35 tasty choices that include sashimi, bowls, curry, ramen, and salads. Order online for takeout. Delivery is available on Postmates.

Men Oh Tokushima Ramen offers a number of classic ramen broths. You can find Shoyu, a light chicken and soy-based broth, and Black Garlic, a base made of Kurobuta Pork bones. Turn your meal into a combo for a couple dollars more. The Tokushima pork rice bowl add-on is the best option. Takeout and delivery are available through a number of apps.


Mitsuru Sushi & Grill offers American and Japanese comfort food for takeout. On the menu, you can find hearty breakfast plates, burgers, and sushi.

The Mermaid bar is serving wings, burgers, and other bar bites alongside several tropical punches and cocktail kits. Takeout is available and so is delivery through GrubHub.

Daikokuya is hands-down the most popular ramen joint in Little Tokyo. Order the Daikoku ramen with Tonkotsu soup. It’s served with pork belly chashu, marinated boiled egg, bamboo shoots, and bean sprouts. For a richer broth, ask to add Kotteri (pork fat). Ramen can be turned into combination meals with small-sized dishes and salad for an extra fee. Takeout is available and so is delivery through a number of apps.

Hachioji Craft Ramen is serving shoyu and shio ramen for takeout and delivery on most apps.

Izakaya BIZAN at Tokyo Galleria is offering a variety of bento boxes including a $10 chef’s bento that changes every time. Yakitori skewers, sashimi, and other Japanese small plates are also available for takeout.

Cassells Hamburgers

Koreatown & Larchmont Area

iki ramen serves a variety of ramen in delicious broths like Yuzo Shio and Truffle Butter Tonkotsu. They also have sushi, rice bowls, and a unique $36 bento box that includes burrata with pickled tomato, a Chirashi section, shrimp katsu bao, blue crab hand roll, and more. Lots of great sakes are also available. Operating on in-house takeout and delivery.

Korean dumplings with tasty fillings like shrimp, jalapeño, and pork are pan-fried to perfection at CHD Mandu. Cold noodles, boiled dumplings, and kimchi bacon fried rice are also on the menu. Available for takeout or delivery through Uber Eats and Grubhub.

Cassell’s Hamburgers in Koreatown is offering cocktails to-go for just $6 each, plus burger kits and pies. The regular menu is still available as well. Order online for takeout. Delivery is handled by Grubhub, Postmates, and Caviar.

Saikai Ramen Bar’s Japanese/Korean menu of ramen and bento boxes is available for takeout. Delivery can be found on Grubhub, Postmates, and Caviar.

Egg Tuck, an egg-focused concept offering breakfast burritos, burgers, and sandwiches, is available for delivery at both its Hollywood (Postmates) and Koreatown (Grubhub) locations.

Antico in Larchmont is open for takeout, offering focaccia pizzas that serve four to six people, fresh spun ice cream, and family meals. Request delivery through Caviar, Doordash, and Tock.

Rose & Blanc Tea Room in Koreatown will deliver you a full afternoon tea set on Fridays and Saturdays for $30. Also available for pickup.

Dave’s Hot Chicken in North Hollywood, Koreatown, Hollywood, and Fairfax is offering pickup through online orders.

lost cove tiki bbq
Lost Cove. Photo by Jakob Layman

West Third, Fairfax District & Beverly Grove

Spoon by H is offering beautiful Korean meals for pickup, pre-orders through Tock, and delivery via Doordash and Postmates. Items change often. Dishes to look out for are the Dosirak (도시락), a Korean-style bento, and a very soothing short rib rice cake soup. Boba drinks are excellent here as well.

République is running its own takeout and delivery during breakfast and lunch hours. The menu includes pastries, kimchi fried rice, salads, and a seasonal Gioiella ricotta toast topped with persimmon, pomegranate, hazelnuts, and wildflower honey. A limited menu of prepared dinners, cassoulets, weekend brunch items, and baked goods is also available through Tock.

Get Canter’s classic deli items and baked goods to-go or through contact-free curbside pickup or delivery. They’ve also expanded the delivery radius with three ghost kitchens in Pasadena, downtown Los Angeles, and Santa Monica.

Escape to Island Time with the help of Lost Cove, a pop-up serving tiki drinks in tiki mugs and Big Island-style barbecue. They even have a tiki Spotify playlist to help set the mood. Available for pickup or delivery through most food apps.

a.o.c. is open for take out and delivery. The Spanish-fried chicken, lucques short rib, and seasonal four-course prix-fixe dinner ($45) are great choices. Get takeout or order delivery through DoorDash.

Kevin Bludso’s menu, including BBQ combination trays and cocktails, is available for pickup and delivery.

Chao Krung is offering its Thai menu for curbside pickup and delivery on apps including DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates, Caviar, Chownow, and UberEats. Order the Thai garlic chicken wings, marinated in fish sauce and fresh garlic, then topped with fried garlic and served with sweet chili sauce.

Ronan is open for takeout and curbside pickup. Find white and red pizzas plus plates of wood-fired pork chops, cacio e pepe risotto, and meatballs. A kids’ menu, cocktails, and lots of desserts are also available. Order on Chownow.

Vietnamese cafe Nong La, located in the La Brea and Sawtelle areas, is offering a limited menu of its most popular items for pickup, including pho, crispy egg rolls, and banh mi.

Argentinian steakhouse Carlitos Gardel’s entire menu of steaks, pastas, and desserts is available for takeout. Order delivery through Uber Eats.

Open for takeout and delivery through a number of apps, all Sushi Enya locations (Pasadena, Beverly Grove, Little Tokyo and Marina Del Rey) are serving chirashi bowls, sashimi, specialty rolls, and at-home Omakase.

Various vendors at The Original Farmers Market on Fairfax are open for pickup or delivery. See a full list of the restaurants here.

The Jar is offering boxed dinners, wine, and cocktail kits for pickup, curbside pickup, and free delivery within 10 miles. Don’t skimp on Jar’s signature chocolate pudding.

Chef Tal Ronnen’s elevated plant-based restaurant Crossroads is available for takeout. Delivery can be accessed through a number of food apps.

M Cafe’s macrobiotic menu is available for takeout with delivery via Postmates and DoorDash.

Jon & Vinny’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are available for takeout with Doordash handling all deliveries. Find over a dozen pizza options on the menu, including a Breakfast Pizza topped with Yukon gold potatoes, caciocavallo, and a fried egg.

Market Tavern at The Original Farmers Market is a British-style pub with hearty dishes like steak and ale pie, fish and chips, Sunday Roast, and a chip butty—that’s a sandwich made with fries. Available for takeout. Delivery is offered through DoorDash and Postmates.

Dave’s Hot Chicken in North Hollywood, Koreatown, Hollywood, and Fairfax is offering pickup through online orders.

Carousel Restaurant.


Jitlada is some of the spiciest food you can eat in Los Angeles. There are two separate menus, one with familiar items and another focused on Southern Thai cuisine, which is a Jitlada specialty. The Southern menu lists over 150 not so common items including “lava” noodles, lemongrass eel, and dry curry soft shell crab with pumpkin. If looking through over 300 menu items seem intimidating, the Crying Tiger appetizer, Crispy Morning Glory Salad, pad thai, and fried sea bass are good starters. Available for takeout. Delivery can be accessed through a number of apps.

Hinoki & the Bird chef Brandon Kida launched Go Go Bird, a fried chicken operation that takes the classic fried chicken meal and mixes it up with bold Asian ingredients. Chicken is marinated with koji, white soy, and a kombu-shiitake-bonito powder. Mashed potatoes come with Japanese curry and biscuits include honey miso butter. Available for pickup and delivery on Postmates, Tock, and Ubereats.

There’s not a bad item on Luv2eat Thai Bistro’s menu of classic Thai eats, but the Chef’s Specials menu is where some of the best dishes are listed. Try the Dry Jade Noodles, Phuket-style blue crab curry, and Hat Yai Fried Chicken. Available for pickup and delivery.


Sightglass has takeout from its window daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for coffee and bites. Its marketplace is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and is stocked with seasonal local produce, pantry essentials, prepared goods, breads, wine, beer, freshly roasted coffee beans, and brewing equipment. 

Doomie’s has perfected American comfort food made vegan. Its fried “chicken” is one of the most popular items on the menu. In the same shop is sister project Doomie’s Next Mex, a vegan take on Mexican food from taco plates to crunchy flautas. Both are available for takeout and Postmates handles the delivery.

Tartine’s famous breads, along with day-time eats including quiche, salads, and burgers, are available for takeout and delivery.

Dave’s Hot Chicken in North Hollywood, Koreatown, Hollywood, and Fairfax is offering pickup through online orders.

Health-focused deli Locali is open for takeout and delivery at all four locations (Hollywood, Venice, West Hollywood, and Localita in DTLA).

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele is offering takeout and delivery (Chownow) of its menu of Neapolitan pizzas, pastas, and starters alongside a breakfast and brunch menu. Groceries, homemade pasta, wine, and even gelato are also available.

Egg Tuck, an egg-focused concept offering breakfast burritos, burgers, and sandwiches, is available for delivery at both its Hollywood (Postmates) and Koreatown (Grubhub) locations.

Social Eats is offering pickup and delivery from five of its restaurants: POP!s Burgers & Shakes, Azulé Taqueria, STRFSH, Streetnoods, and Supertoro. Beer, wine, and sake are also available. Free local delivery on all orders over $15.

Lebanese restaurant Carousel in Hollywood and Glendale is offering takeout items like entrees by the pound, specialty entree plates, salads, sides, and more. The Hollywood location also offers delivery.

Formosa Cafe.

West Hollywood

A meal at West Hollywood’s Grain Traders LA is like a whirlwind trip around the world. The casual, customizable format is elevated by Culinary Director Gisela Salazar Golding’s sharp global palate, acquired through her experience in several international kitchens. Guests may choose from dozens of items all packed with complex flavors, including yellowfin tuna tataki, “Char Siu” pulled jackfruit, pineapple kimchi, and a green curry eggplant casserole. Takeout is available by pre-ordering on the site. Get delivery via Postmates, Grubhub, and DoorDash.

Secret Lasagna is offering individual and group packages that include lasagna and all the fixings, plus dessert. Call (323) 850-2355 for takeout and delivery.

Formosa Cafe is available for takeout and delivery. Get Chinese food, cocktails, and “quarantiki.”

French restaurant Tesse is operating on takeout and delivery. The menu includes pastas, proteins like the whole Branzino, and build-your-own charcuterie. A selection of beer, wine, and personal goods like toilet paper are also available.

The Conservatory is offering a plethora of pre-made cocktails in a carafe, plus breakfast and lunch items. Get takeout on-site or order delivery through Postmates.

Night Market is open for takeout of its signature Thai spicy salads, noodles, curries, and soups. Delivery can be requested through Doordash.

Health-focused deli Locali is open for takeout and delivery at all four locations (Hollywood, Venice, West Hollywood, and Localita in DTLA).

Pico Union

What started as a Greek market over 60 years ago is now one of the most beloved old school Mediterranean restaurants in the city. Papa Cristo’s plates of kabobs, falafel, gyros, and loads more are available for takeout. Delivery can be accessed through DoorDash.

All three locations of Versailles are serving its Cuban menu for takeout and delivery through ChowNow and their own new app. Order the famous Pollo Versailles, a roasted chicken marinated in a garlic Mojo sauce and topped with onions.

Harvard Heights

Guelaguetza’s mole put the restaurant on the map. The late Jonathan Gold declared it “the best Oaxacan restaurant in the country.” Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend specials are all available for takeout. Delivery can be accessed through DoorDash.

Arlington Heights

Pasta Sisters is offering pickup orders by phone, Chownow, or through its official website. Delivery is available via Postmates. You can mix and match pastas and sauces, but they also have sandwiches, desserts, and salads. 


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