You can even order booze!
Garagiste is open for curbside pickup of their wonderful selection of small-scale, sustainable wines, as well as their cheese and charcuterie plates, and they've also partnered with Paradise Creamery to sell their vegan ice creams by the pint (check their website and social accounts for available dates). They'll also soon be offering vegetable and fruit boxes from Cured & Whey.
Both Aces & Ales locations are still selling food, beer by the bottle (they're known for their extensive collection of limited, rare, and white whale craft beers), and growler fills for pickup and delivery, and all pickup orders will receive a 50% discount on growler fills and pizzas, as well as $2 off all appetizers (not available with delivery).
Contribute to a tip pool
All over the country, people are setting up Venmo tip pools and GoFundMe pages specifically created to support the service workers who will be hurt by this the most. You can find the Las Vegas Virtual Tip Jar here, or request to be added to it here. You can also support local servers and bartenders through the national tip jar Go Tip 'Em. Even as restaurants continue some emaciated form of operation with a skeletal staff, those servers who once relied on your dine-in tips are facing incredible financial hardship and uncertainty.
If you're curious about other ways to support displaced workers and struggling small businesses during this time, Food & Wine has a great roundup of resources here.
Pay for future meals with gift cards and online contributions
These places can really use the money now, so show your support today by purchasing gift cards to use at a later time -- it's basically an interest-free loan at a time when they need it the most. You can purchase directly through the restaurant's website or app, or through a third party like ItsOnMe or OpenTable. Also, if your favorite restaurant has an InKind account -- a pretty genius restaurant financing program that works through the support of loyal customers paying for meals in advance -- contribute to that, or suggest that they open one.