Although Los Angeles County’s Safer-at-Home mandates have asked restaurants to temporarily close their dining rooms, these nine restaurants have made their decadent menus available for delivery so that you can enjoy the food you love while staying safe at home
H.O.M Italian Eatery
If you’re craving homemade Italian cuisine but want to skip the hassle of making it yourself, call H.O.M. for takeout. Their mission is to create family-style Italian dishes with homemade ingredients—from fresh pasta to hand-tossed pizza dough—so that you feel right at home. Try their fresh cacio e pepe fettuccine with shiitake mushrooms, gnocchi sorrentina, or mezze maniche with sea bass ragu and corbari tomatoes. All of their handmade pizzas come with decadent toppings, like their eggplant parmigiana with Italian ham, spicy soppressata diavolo pizza, and their ripiena fried or baked cheese calzone. For a full meal, add an order of Nonna’s meatballs or caprese bruschetta. H.O.M.’s brunch services are temporarily closed, but you can still order dinner at this time. Plus, takeout orders of more than $25 placed over the phone will receive $5 off the whole meal, and orders over $100 will receive a free Nutella pizza.
If you like your Italian food with a twist, pick up an order from Nicola’s Kitchen, where Thai influences elevate each dish. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and online ordering makes it easy to coordinate your meal for curbside pickup or contact-free delivery. Start your day with tiramisu pancakes, cinnamon focaccia, or almond-crusted French toast. If you don’t wake up with a sweet tooth, you’ll love their savory omelets—like the spicy Italian omelet—or their florentine eggs benedict. For lunch and dinner, Nicola’s Kitchen spices things up with appetizers like their homemade spicy chicken satay and lemon garlic steamed clams. Try their linguine with Thai grilled shrimp, spicy Italian jambalaya, or citrus chicken in a cinnamon-honey and mint sauce. This kitchen is also turning out traditional and California-style pizzas with stellar topping combos like shrimp and avocado, goat cheese and fresh vegetables, and Thai chicken with red onion. You can also build your own pizza by the pie or by the slice, so you can have it just the way you like it.
JOEY Woodland Hills
Since 1992, JOEY restaurants have been serving upscale casual fares to guests, and dining room limitations haven’t stopped them from catering to our community. Their extensive menu pulls inspiration from global cuisines, so you’re bound to have a flavorful experience from your very first bite. Start your meal with any of their delightful appetizers, like pan-fried pork gyozas with hot mustard sauce, Korean fried cauliflower with a chili miso paste, or steak and lobster ravioli. Try their wok-fired sake-glazed Chilean sea bass, sashimi grade ahi tuna poke bowl, or Cajun blackened chicken for a main dish with big flavor profiles. Their steakhouse options include surf and turf favorites like their steak and prawn skewers and innovative instant classics like tataki-style steak with seared salmon sushi roll. Their expert team of executive chefs is determined to provide the finest dining experience possible, especially during this difficult time. To balance their restricted services, JOEY is offering a selection of discounts, including 50% off wine purchases and 10% off call-in pickup orders. Plus, for drinks at the house that feel like they’re on the house, pick up one of their drink kits to make Mama’s Sangria, real peach bellinis, or mimosas at home.
Located on Ventura Boulevard, Tomato Patch is a deli that uses homegrown ingredients to create breakfast and lunch menus that are good enough to write home about. This casual eatery is making its menu available for delivery. For breakfast, grab a bagel with cream cheese, a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich, or a slice of the cake du jour. For lunch, Tomato Patch serves up classic deli selections. like egg salad sandwiches, BLTs, and gourmet caprese salads. Their laid-back lunch menu also includes vegan fares, like their avocado stuffed quinoa salad, grape leaves, and pita with hummus.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
While under Safer-at-Home, Fleming’s has adopted a limited menu for curbside pickup and delivery. Don’t worry, their current carryout menu contains Fleming’s classics like prime dry-aged ribeye, miso-glazed Chilean sea bass, and filet mignon. Other favorites include crab cakes with roasted red pepper and lime butter sauce, juicy California prime beef burgers, and bacon-wrapped filet medallions. Their mouthwatering desserts will have you asking for seconds, with options like chocolate gooey butter cake with honeycomb brittle and three-layer carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. Fleming’s is also delivering three-course family-style meals for four to six guests so that you can enjoy fine dining from the comfort of home. Choose a salad, an entrée, one or two sides, and one of their decadent desserts to feed the whole family. On Tuesdays, Fleming’s is offering their Tomahawk Tuesdays menu for two. Share your choice of Fleming’s gourmet salads, a 35-ounce prime Tomahawk steak, and two sides, like crispy brussels sprouts with bacon or chipotle cheddar macaroni and cheese. Plus, when you order online, Fleming’s will provide a discount code for $40 off your meal with a $100 purchase.
Kabuki is dishing up Japanese fares that you can enjoy at home by ordering online for curbside pickup or delivery with ChowNow or DoorDash. Kabuki specializes in innovative sushi, but their robust menu offers so much more than that. Their small plates deliver big flavor, like their sake and garlic steamed black mussels, Tokyo quesadilla, and grilled pork belly with jalapeños. Try their garlic chili salmon poke bowl or a snow crab salad for a light but filling meal. Their sushi and sashimi options use the highest-grade seafood, so try their deluxe sashimi omakase platter with six types of fish or opt for one of their specialty sushi rolls, like the paradise roll, unagi cucumber wrap, or smoked Philly roll. If you’re not a fan of traditional sushi, Kabuki also plates inventive rolls like their BBQ beef roll with grilled ribs and jalapeños and the vegetable tempura roll with lightly-battered veggies. Kabuki also has a number of traditional plated options, like noodle dishes, fried rice, and combination options.
Anantra Thai Restaurant
Anantra is making their authentic Thai dishes available for curbside pickup and delivery so that you can still enjoy your favorite healthy and delicious menu items while following social distancing regulations. Their expansive menu is filled with bright flavors and fresh ingredients. Honey-roasted duck over rice, California vegan curry, and panang soft-shell crab are just a few of the delicacies you’ll find at Anantra. Order their yellow curry or seafood pad thai for a traditional meal or try their green papaya salad for a refreshing lunch. You’ll want to make sure you add a sweet treat to your meal, like their homemade crêpe cake, mango sticky rice, or coconut banana fritters. To keep things simple, you can order online directly from Anantra.
This nutrition-conscious restaurant is making delicious meals available at home. Plus, Urban Plates is helping share nutritious dinners with frontline healthcare workers and first responders. All meals sponsored by Urban Plates guests will be matched by Urban Plates to make sure our hard-working local heroes are taken care of. Ordering ahead helps reduce time in the restaurant, and Urban Plates has instituted contactless curbside pickup and delivery at this time. Their hearty menu is known for using whole foods and fresh ingredients for homestyle meals. Order sustainable oven-baked salmon with a side of roasted potatoes, chimichurri grass-fed steak with chickpeas and organic lentils, or skip the meat and opt for their beets and avocado plant-based bowl. For lunch, pick up their grilled portobello sandwich or curry tofu and vegetable braise. Urban Plates is offering both “hot and ready” meals as well as “heat and eat” meals, so you can stock up on delicious food next time you order.
The Stand is redefining classic American eating with vibrant flavors. Although operating with an abbreviated menu during the COVID-19 outbreak, The Stand continues to cook great food to-go, including craft beer and wine! Try their BBQ brisket on a pretzel bun or their iconic onion stack burger. Their vegan falafel wrap is a refreshing choice for a summer’s day. Additionally, The Stand is offering a burger pack for your backyard barbecue.
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