Order from them directly for pickup and delivery
Some of Houston’s hottest restaurants and local kitchens are now making their eats available to-go, offering curbside pickup and discounts, introducing delivery options, and using cashless transactions to keep the social interactions at a minimum.
That includes places like Georgia James, Coltivare, Theodore Rex, UB Preserv, Squable, Riel, Uchi, and MAD, all of which are on our list of the best places to eat in Houston at this very moment. It also includes fan-favorite neighborhood joints like Ninfa’s on Navigation, The Burger Joint, Vibrant, Truth BBQ, Rosie Cannonball, Blackbird Izakaya, Savoir, Peli Peli, a’Bouzy, Hando, House of Pies, Phat Eatery, Oddball Eats, Bernie’s Burger Bus, Dish Society, B&B Butchers & Restaurant, Turkey Leg Hut, Vinny’s, Yong, FM Kitchen & Bar, Kenny & Ziggy’s, Emmaline, Papalo Taqueria, Sticky’s Chicken, Jonathan’s the Rub, State Fare, Traveler’s Table, Molina’s Cantina, Eight Row Flint, and Revival Market.
Of course, that list is by no means complete. Your best bet? Follow your local go-tos social media accounts for updates, menus, and options.
“What we are going through as a restaurant and a restaurant Community are definitely uncharted waters and there is no way to prepare for something like this,” Justin Turner, owner of Bernie’s Burger Bus, posted to his Facebook on March 17. “I ask all my friends and family on all social media platforms to please reach out to all your friends and let them know that whenever they are looking for a delicious meal we are here to serve you Houston. It’s more than a meal right now, it’s helping your fellow Houstonians continue to put food on there plates and shelter for their families.”