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Grubhub, Doordash, Ubereats. Food delivery and take-out is expanding and there are many restaurants in New York offering these options, including many finer dining spots that you may not think of when it comes to take-out. We have complied a few of these for your eat-at-home pleasure. Please be sure to check the websites to confirm menu and delivery options, modified hours and pricing.


Carbone is an Italian American restaurant created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick. The restaurant pays homage to the essence of the great Italian American restaurants of mid-20th century in New York, where delicious, exceptionally well-prepared food was served in settings that were simultaneously elegant, comfortable and unpretentious. The food nods to that same history but takes its culinary cues from the great talents and techniques of the present and of the future. Popular take-out dishes include Mario’s Meatballs, Spicy Rigatoni Vodka Pasta, Veal Parmesan, and for dessert – Lemon Cheesecake. Available for take-out or delivery. Order online at (Carbone, 181 Thompson St.) Photo credit:


Kanoyama is a premier Japanese Restaurant providing the freshest sushi New York has to offer. Indulge in a Japanese feast, with diverse menu options including appetizers, entrées, soups, salads, sake, oysters, and vegetarian selections. If you’re in the pursuit of a unique sushi New York restaurant, Kanoyama provides the highest quality of sushi and Japanese specialties. Kanoyama is offering take-out or delivery, you can enjoy New York sushi in the comfort of your home. (Kanoyama, 175 2nd Ave.) Photo credit:


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Three of New York’s best gayborhoods—Chelsea, the East Village, and Park Slope in Brooklyn—just happen to have a Fonda location. This Mexican eatery is run by James Beard-nominated chef Roberto Santibanez. Get your guacamole, chips and pineapple margaritas to start. Tasty mains include Veggie Enchiladas and Pollo Norteño. (189 9th Ave.) Order online at Photo credit:


Dominican-born Chef Huascar Aquino won Cupcake Wars on Food Network in 2013, the same year they opened. They’ve since moved to 54th Street offering cupcakes, brownies, cookies, cheesecakes, flans, French macarons, coconut macaroons, brigadeiros and custom cakes for everyone to write home about. The bakery is small but mighty, you may have caught the adorable Huascar was a contestant on Food Network’s Chopped in the summer of 2018. Don’t forget to taste the Pineapple Upside-Down Cake (vanilla bean cake with a touch of cinnamon, caramelized pineapple, cherry and a capsule of Bourbon.) If you’re looking for delicious Latin American and Caribbean inspired treats do not pass go, do not collect $200, get to Huascar! Order online at (453 W 54 St.) Photo credit:


The Butcher’s Daughter is a plant-based restaurant, cafe, juice bar & “vegetable slaughterhouse.”  They treat fruits and vegetables as a butcher would meat: chopping, filleting & carving fresh produce into healthy vegetarian dishes and pressing them into pretty juices. 100% vegetarian, with many vegan and gluten-free options. Open for take-out and curbside pickup, visit (581 Hudson St.) Photo credit

Last modified: May 12, 2020