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Greater Cincinnati Restaurants Offering Carry-Out, Delivery and Curb-Side Pick-Up

Here are some of the restaurants offering various carry-out and delivery services (also, obviously, check delivery sites like Grubhub, DoorDash or Uber Eats, plus local 53T Courier).

If you don’t see your restaurant on this list and want to be added, email [email protected] with details. This post will be updated.

Aladdin’s Eatery — All three of the local Aladdin’s Eatery locations will be offering varying levels of delivery and pick-up. The lounge in OTR will be open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon-7 p.m. for carry-out and curbside pick-up as well as DoorDash delivery. The Hyde Park location will be open from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily for carry-out and curbside, as well as DoorDash. And the Aladdin’s in West Chester will be open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for curbside, carry-out and DoorDash deliveries.1203 Main St., Over-the-Rhine; 3664 Edwards Road, Hyde Park; 9344 Union Centre Blvd., West Chester.

Barleycorn’s — This Northern Kentucky pub is offering delivery and 10 percent off online orders. Delivery is available within a 10-mile radius from any one of their three locations, and costs $5. Use code 10NEW at check-out to save 10 percent. 1073 Industrial Road, Cold Spring; 2642 Dixie Highway, Lakeside Park; 8544 U.S. 42, Florence.

Branch/The Littlefield  — The team behind Branch/Nightdrop in East Walnut Hills and The Littlefield/Second Place in Northside will be offering a to-go and delivery menu which will include food, beer and wine. Delivery and pick-up will begin on Tuesday, March 17 and Littlefield will begin offering the same service soon after. “Delivery service is new for us and we trust that our excellent customers will stick with us and be patient as we try something that will help keep many of our hourly staff employed. We will be directly delivering the meals without using a delivery service so that we can control exactly who is handling your meals and where they have been.” Delivery will cost $10 and $1 from every order will be donated to a local nonprofit food bank. Call Branch at 513-221-2702 to place an order. Orders will soon be available at The Littlefield by calling 513-386-7570. 1535 Madison Road, East Walnut Hills; 3934 Spring Grove Ave., Northside.

Buckabee Brownies — The brownie and blondie shop is offering their treats for delivery via Grubhub and DoorDash, as well as curbside pick-up for online orders or those placed over the phone at 513-815-6641. “We offer pre-packaged brownie edges as part of the efforts to minimize risk of spread,” an email from the owners says. 4756 Cornell Road, Blue Ash.

Buffalo Wings & Rings — All Ohio locations are offering carry-out and curbside pick-up, or third-party delivery. You can place your order at buffalowingsandrings.com or call in your order for pick up. If picking up, we will gladly bring your order out to your car – just call the store when you arrive,” says Danieal Barratt, senior national local store marketing manager. You can also place your order for delivery through delivery providers (where available).”

Butler’s Pantry  Butler’s Pantry will be offering carry-out. The market also offers boxed, chef-made meals for $10 or less. 50 E. RiverCenter Blvd., Covington.

Camp Washington Chili — The Camp Washington chili joint will continue to serve via carry-out orders and their drive-thru window. 3005 Colerain Ave., Camp Washington.

Cafe de Vine — Cafe de Vine will be offering their menu for carry-out and delivery. Call 513-241-4448 to place an order or visit the “order online” tab in their Ritual app. 41 E. Fourth St., Downtown.

Catch-a-Fire Pizza — Catch-a-Fire Pizza inside the MadTree taproom will be offering wood-fired pizza and MadTree beer in six-packs for carry-out and delivery (within a 2 mile radius). Their hours of operation are 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 3301 Madison Road, Oakley.

The Cheesecakery — This sweet stop will be offering free online ordering and in-store pick-up, as well as DoorDash delivery. The restaurant says, “We have a large selection of scratchmade cheesecakes, pastries, coffee, espresso drinks, and a small breakfast/lunch menu.” Order through their website at CincyCheesecakery.com4901 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville.

Crown Republic Gastropub — Crown Republic Gastropub is featuring DIY pasta dinners that families can prepare at home. They’re offering pasta with red sauce ($22), pasta with bolognese ($25), kale or Caesar salad ($10), minestrone soup ($9) and pints of cookie dough ($8). The meals feed 2 to 4 people and can be preordered by calling 513-246-4272. 720 Sycamore St., Downtown.

Django Western Taco — Northside’s Django will be adjusting their menu to offer meals for families and meals to enjoy throughout the week, available for both carry-out and delivery. The restaurant will be open for these services during their regular hours. 4172 Hamilton Ave., Northside.

El Coyote — El Coyote Tex-Mex eatery in Anderson says they are now offering carry-out and delivery. 7404 State Road, Anderson.

Empanadas Aquí — The restaurant, which just opened a few weeks ago in downtown Mason, will be offering carry-out available to pick up through their drive-thru window. “People can pick up their called ahead orders without getting out of their car,” says co-founder Brett Johnson. They will be open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The menu is available online and you can call 513-701-9500 to place your order. 322 Reading Road, Mason.

E+O New Asian/E+O Kitchen — In a post on Instagram (@eo_newasian), the restaurant says it is offering curbside pick-up and delivery, depending on your location — for both the Hyde Park E+O and downtown E+O. Call downtown’s E+O New Asian at 513-632-9181 or E+O Kitchen in Hyde Park at 513-832-1023. Menus can be found at eokitchen.com and eonewasian.comE+O New Asian, 645 Walnut St., Downtown; E+O Kitchen, 3520 Edwards Road, Hyde Park.

Fawn Candy — The candy shop will be offering curbside pick-up. Just call ahead or order online and select “in-store pick-up” at checkout. 4271 Harrison Ave., Western Hills; 2692 Madison Road, Rookwood.

Fibonacci Brewing Co. — Want beer? No fear, Fibonacci is here. The brewery says on their Facebook page, “We will be open 7 days a week from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. for online orders for drive thru, carry-out, and delivery. We will be servicing ALL of Hamilton County and 45014 in Butler County.” 1445 Compton Road, Mount Healthy.

Galactic Fried Chicken — The Northern Kentucky fried chicken joint will offer carry-out and delivery from noon-9 p.m. on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 624 Sixth Ave.,  Dayton, Kentucky.

Garnish Cincinnati — Garnish Cincinnati is offering boxed lunches for families and children, as well as to-go dinners with wine pairings that are available for both curbside pick-up and delivery. Call 513-791-2433 to place your order or email [email protected]

Graeter’s Ice Cream — The local ice cream chain will continue offer carry-out, drive-thru and packaged ice cream delivery through their Graeter’s app and other delivery services. Their ice cream is also available at local grocery stores. “We continue to implement increased cleaning and sanitation procedures in our stores and will work with local officials as we move forward,” Graeter’s said in an Instagram post. Multiple Cincinnati locations including 332 Ludlow Ave., Clifton; 511 Walnut St., Downtown and 2704 Erie Ave., Hyde Park. 

Golden Lamb — Lebanon’s historic Golden Lamb is offering curbside pick-up and delivery from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. “We are featuring our regular All-Day Dining Menu with 20% off all bottled wine from our wine list and $8 four packs of Black Horse Tavern Lager,” says the restaurant in an email. More details are available here27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon.

Gomez Salsa Cantina — Gomez will be offering carry-out and online/app orders and is planning to put together family taco night packages; details on those coming soon. 2437 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills.

Green Papaya — Hyde Park’s  Green papaya says it will begin offering a delivery option for customers within a 5-mile radius. 2942 Wasson Road, Hyde Park.

The Gruff — The Gruff in Covington offers a full-service drive-thru window during regular business hours as well as DoorDash and local 53T Courier. Just call your order in if you want to pick it up. 129 E. Second St., Covington.

Happy Chicks Bakery — The Northside vegan bakery and bistro will offer carry-out and curbside pick-up with their full menu available. They say, Ohio has gone to carryout only for all restaurants. We will still be offering curbside pick up as well. We will have our full menu and will be working on some special but honestly you should just get a cake or two.” 4035 Hamilton Ave., Northside. 

Haute Chocolate — The family-owned Montgomery sweet shop is offering curbside pick-up for online orders or orders made over the phone. Call 513-793-9999 to place an order. “With proms, graduations, Easter, weddings and basically all events cancelled, we have all the delicious things anyone can need to celebrate at home with the people who matter most- family,” an email from the shop reads. 9424 Shelly Lane, Montgomery.

HighGrain Brewing — This Silverton brewery and restaurant is open for carry-out and call-ahead orders via 513-791-7000. Within the next 24 hours, they also hope to implement an online order system on their website. Current hours are noon-7 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday with an updated food menu. HighGrain also says that crowler delivery and deliveries of Joey & Heaven’s Acer four-packs are available. Grubhub delivery is slated to begin in a week. 6860 Plainfield Road, Silverton.

The Hi-Mark — Order the full menu, which includes wings and sandwiches, for delivery or carry-out via Uber Eats or call 513-492-7119. 3229 Riverside Drive, East End.

HomeMakers Bar — HomeMakers will be offering a carry-out menu soon. They are also offering gift cards for sale on their website. 39 E. 13th St., Over-the-Rhine.

The Hub — The Hub will offer carry-out beer and cigarettes. 1209 Main St., Over-the-Rhine.

Jag’s Steak & Seafood  This West Chester eatery says it will be transitioning to curbside pick-up. The restaurant says, “Guests can call in their same-day orders from a special Curbside menu (more details to come) between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. at 513-860-5353. Same-day Curbside Pickups will be available from noon-7 p.m., and can be fulfilled by simply driving through our valet station, where a member of our staff will be waiting to deliver your order to your car.” 5980 West Chester Road, West Chester.

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse — The downtown steakhouse is now offering curbside pickup. Orders can be made online and can be picked up at the restaurant’s valet stand. 700 Walnut St., Downtown.

Jim and Jack’s on the River — Jim and Jack’s is offering delivery, carry-out and curbside pick-up from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. Place an order by calling 513-251-7977. 3456 River Road, Delhi.

Joe’s Pizza Napoli — Joe’s Pizza Napoli will be open for carry-out beginning 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 17. The restaurant will offer their wood-fired pizzas, salads, appetizers, wine, beer and sodas. Place your order at 513-248-0082. 507 Chamber Drive, Milford.

K&J Seafood — The restaurant will continue to offer carry-out meals. Orders may be made online or over the phone by calling 513-873-8727. 2516 Clifton Ave., Clifton.

Karrikin Spirits Company — Karrikin will offer both carry-out and delivery for their food menu, spirits, sparkling spirits and craft beer. Find their menu online and place your order at 513-561-5000. 3717 Jonlen Drive, Fairfax.

Keystone Bar & Grill and Keystone Mac Shack — Three specific locations of these Keystone spots will be offering their full menu on DoorDash for carry-out or delivery. All are open 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily. Keystone Bar & Grill Clifton, 249 Calhoun St., Clifton Heights, 513-229-9080; Keystone Bar & Grill Covington, 313 Greenup St., Covington, 859-261-6777; Keystone’s Mac Shack Clifton, 249 Calhoun St., Clifton Heights, 513-229-9080.

Kinneret Grill — This Kosher meat and Mediterranean restaurant is offering daily curbside pick-up as well as delivery via DoorDash and Grubhug. They are also creating family meal specials. 4068 E. Galbraith Road, Deer Park.

MadTree Brewing — MadTree Brewing’s taproom is temporarily closed, but carry-out beer will be available as well as pizza from Catch-A-Fire Pizza located within the brewery. Orders can be made online and will be available from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. “While our taproom will be closed for the foreseeable future, we will be coming up with additional ways to connect with you and help our community stay healthy, in mind and body. We urge you to support your local bars and restaurants in ways you feel comfortable and appropriate – specifically the staff at these establishments, including ours. These people mean the world to us and to our community,” a post from MadTree’s Facebook page reads. 3301 Madison Road, Oakley.

MamaBear’s Mac — Owner Dave Heileman said that MamaBear’s will be “serving every day.”

Mr. Sushi — Mr. Sushi in Clifton “will be open from 12-8 p.m.” and will offer carry-out as well as delivery via DoorDash. 138 W McMillan St., Clifton.

The Original Pancake House — Michael Schnee, owner of The Original Pancake House in Montgomery, says “We are implementing Curbside Carryout and local delivery beginning immediately. Our hours are 6:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a..m.-3 pm Saturday and Sunday.” New menu additions will also be added this week. 9977 Montgomery Road, Montgomery.

The Party Source— The Party Source is accepting online orders for in-store and curbside pick-up, as well as “local KY delivery.” For curbside pick-up, call 859-291-4007 or text 859-652-0169 upon arrival. Let them know your order name, where you’re parked, color and make of car and they will bring out your order. 95 Riviera Drive, Bellevue.

Parlor on Seventh — The restaurant is offering pick-up and delivery from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Delivery is available on DoorDash and Uber Eats. 43 W. Seventh St., Covington.

Pho Lang Thang — The Vietnamese favorite will be open from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily for carry-out and delivery. Pho Lang Thang also says it has increased its menu offerings. You can order online or by calling 513-376-9177. 1828 Race St., Over-the-Rhine.

Pickles & Bones — This Milford barbecue joint is offering “family size ‘take & bake’ meals outside of our normal BBQ menu,” they say on their Facebook page. They are also offering free student meals for pick-up. “Please call or DM with the quantity needed, 1 DAY IN ADVANCE and what time you want to pick up between 11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.,” they say. 1149 St Rt 131, Milford.

The Pickled Pig — Their full menu is available for carry-out. 645 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills.

Quan Hapa — Will be offering its full menu of ramen and specialty Asian items for carry-out and delivery 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. You can order online or call 513-421-7826. 1331 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine.

Raising Cane’s — Cincinnati area Raising Cane’s franchisees will have their restaurants open for carry-out and drive-thru during regular hours.

Red Rose Jems — Red Rose Jems in College Hill will offer carry-out and delivery. The restaurant is currently open from 4-10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call 513-620-7673 to place an order. 5915 Hamilton Ave., College Hill.

The Rhined/Oakley Wines — The Rhined and Oakley Wines are consolidating into one shop at The Rhined in Findlay Market. An online shop will be going live Tuesday, March 17, according to their Instagram posts, and all inventory will be available for curbside pick-up and delivery (at The Rhined). That’s wine and cheese, y’all. 1737 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine.

Rohs Street Cafe — This Clifton coffee shop is offering carryout and whole bean from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. 245 W McMillan St., Clifton Heights.

Saigon Noodle Bar — Saigon Noodle Bar will offer carry-out and delivery as well through DoorDash and Grubhub. Taylor Le of the noodle bar says, “We will now also have curbside pick-up available. All to-go orders will be especially carefully handled as always for the safety of customers and our staff.” 9220 Allen Road, West Chester.

Share: Cheesebar — Share owner Emily Frank says, “Share: Cheesebar went to carry-out Saturday. We’ll have reduced hours (still TBD) but have no fear, you can still get the cheesy goodness!!” 6105 Ridge Road, Pleasant Ridge.

Silver Ladle — Silver Ladle will offer carry-out, online ordering and delivery via Door Dash, Grubhub, Uber Eats and Ritual. 580 Walnut St., S700, Downtown.

Silver Spring House — This cult-favorite chicken eatery will be open for carry-out, catering and gift cards with kitchen hours 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Please call 513-489-7044 for carry-out or catering. Curbside carry-out is also available. 8322 E. Kemper Road, Hazelwood.

Steak It Easy — The restaurant says it will be offering “free delivery for the foreseeable future and will be posting daily specials on Facebook.” 12082C Montgomery Road, Montgomery.

Streetside Brewery — On its social media, Streetside says, “Streetside Brewery will remain open daily from 3-8 p.m. for carry-out orders. We will offer a drive-through option with details coming (Monday, March 16)! The best way to support small businesses in the area is to go out and grab carry out, gift cards, and merchandise. We will re-evaluate daily as we get more information and promise to keep you all updated! Street Chef Brigade will remain open daily at 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.” 4003 Eastern Ave., Columbia Tusculum.

Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria — All Strong’s locations will be open for carry-out and delivery. 336 Monmouth St., Newport; 1990d Northbend Road, Hebron; 1 E. High St., Lawrenceburg; 8794 Reading Road, Reading.

Sugar n’ Spice — The diner known for their “wispy thin” pancakes will offer carry-out orders, which can be made via the phone by calling 513-242-3521. They’re in the process of creating an online ordering system. “In conversation, someone told me that this is a time for hope. And when I think of Sugar n’ Spice Diner, I think of just that. Come and get a to-go coffee while you wait — we’ll top you off when your food comes. We look forward to having you sit at our counter top and booths soon, and until then, thank you for your support and patronage. Park next to someone you like and roll down your window,” a Facebook post by the diner reads. Curbside pick-up is available. 4381 Reading Road, Paddock Hills.

Taglio — In an Instagram post, Taglio has announced, “Friends: starting tomorrow (3/16) we will be open normal hours for carry out and delivery ONLY. We will be implementing new carry out and delivery procedures to ensure a contact free transaction for our staff and customers.” Order the Detroit-style pizza, salads, apps and non-Detroit pizza for delivery and alcohol online or via their app3531 Columbia Parkway, Columbia Tusculum; 56 E. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine.

Tickle Pickle — The Northside burger joint is offering carry-out and working on delivery options with Grubhub and DoorDash.  Call in or order online at ordertickle.com4176 Hamilton Ave., Northside.

Tickled Sweet Artisan Chocolates & Candies — This sweet shop is offering their full menu for carry-out. 317 Main St., Milford.

Unataza Coffee — The Northern Kentucky coffee shop will be offering their full menu via curbside pick-up or carry-out from their shop. To place an order, call 859-261-8292. They will soon offer delivery via Grubhub. “Thank you for your support to all small-local businesses. It really makes a difference! Please continue to support and we will hopefully be able to gather again soon,” owner Alejandra Flores said in a post. 620 Sixth Ave., Dayton, Kentucky. 

Via Vite and Forno Osteria — These Italian eateries are offering carry-out and curbside pick-up at all of their locations. They are also creating a special half-pan of their five-layer lasagna for $60. The restaurant says this will feed a family of 8 to 10. All wine will also be marked down to the state minimum (they can suggest a pairing over the phone or you can view their wine lists online). Via Vite, 520 Vine St., Downtown, 513-721-8483; Forno Osteria and Bar Hyde Park, 3514 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, 513- 818-8720; Forno Osteria and Bar Montgomery., 9415 Montgomery Road, Montgomery, 513-231-5555.

Werkhaus Pizza — Their dining room is closed, but as per their Facebook page, “We will be open for carry out and delivery during our normal hours of operation. You can reach us at 513-451-9911.We also can deliver beer and wine!” 3637 Werk Road, Cheviot.

Wiedemann Brewery & Taproom — The Saint Bernard taproom is offering carry-out and drive-thru starting Tuesday, March 17. Order food from their menu and/or pick up a six-pack, half-liter pint or growler fill of one of their beers. Call 513-482-6970 to place an order. 4811 Vine St., Saint Bernard.

Yat Ka Mein Noodle House — This Chinese and noodle-fusion joint is offering pick-up through its drive-thru window plus local delivery. Call 513-321-2028. 2974 Madison Road, Oakley.

Z Place For Wine — The Montgomery bistro and bottle shop is offering take-out and delivery. Call 513-793-9463 to place an order or email [email protected]7823 Cooper Road, Montgomery.

Zundo Ramen & Donburi — The Over-the-Rhine ramen spot will offer carry-out and delivery orders. Delivery is available for $20 minimum orders and will incur a $4.95 delivery fee for orders within a 3 mile radius. “Please contact us if the delivery distance is outside a 3 mile radius,” a post from the restaurant reads. To place an order, call 513-975-0706. 220 W. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine.

We put a call out on our website and social media asking restaurants to share with us their different carry-out, delivery and pick-up options going into effect after Gov. Mike DeWine issued an order to close all Ohio bars and restaurants as of 9 p.m. Sunday, March 15. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear issued a similar order on Monday, March 16.

“We are literally at a crucial, crucial, crucial stage,” DeWine said in a press conference, emphasizing that the order was designed to save lives.

Both closures apply to dine-in situations only — you cannot sit and eat or drink in an establishment — but it does not ban carry-out service or delivery. Which means if you can go into a restaurant and grab a carry-out, that’s allowed. Curbside pick-up and deliver are also OK.

“You can walk in, buy a donut, buy a coffee, that’s fine,” DeWine said. “But we can’t have people sitting and congregating. Carry-out is fine, delivery is fine. I have some idea of what this will do… there are small business owners this will hurt greatly.”

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