Better still is the family’s recent pivot into bottled drinks, including a supremely crushable mini bottle of oat milk chai. My only wish is that they had an option for a bigger size so I could slurp up even more of the hand-cut soba. Colibri Mexican Bistro: The Central Mexican spot offers takeout and delivery from 11:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Garibaldi’s: The Pac Heights neighborhood spot has “touchless to-go,” with a menu located here. Here’s a comprehensive guide to dining in during shelter in place. Fox and Lion Bread Company: The Bayview cafe is offering takeout, call 415-872-9789. Throw on some surprisingly good roasted carrots ($6), singed on the edges and tossed with caraway and preserved lemon. —Cathy Chaplin, 4 Restaurants to Order Takeout From This Weekend in LA, Sign up for the I recently enjoyed grilled pork ribs slick with a kimchi-peach glaze — ideally tender-yet-toothsome — on top of charred asparagus. While the nightly specials are tempting, the a la carte Family Meal menu is where it’s at. If you desire a bottle of refreshing rose and a cheese and charcuterie board to enjoy with it, Cultivar has you covered. Perilla: The Haight Street Vietnamese spot has delivery and takeout at 415-872-6718. Yo Tambien Cantina: The Hugo Street cafe has launched curbside pickup. Bon Nene: The Mission Japanese small plate restaurant is offering takeout, call 415-872-9332 to order. Note: parking can be a challenge. —Farley Elliott, Chori-Man already has some of the best breakfast burritos in town, but I hadn’t tried anything else on the menu until this past week. Every day, he makes a new family-style dinner that can feed at least two people for somewhere between $40 and $55, depending on the ingredients — and the meals feel bountiful. Healdsburg’s famous combination inn/farm/restaurant is known for its hospitality, its in-room donabe service and a Michelin-lauded 11-course menu — not so much for its takeout options. Arinell Pizza: This is reportedly the first time ever that the longstanding pizza spot has allowed delivery, takeout and curbside pickup are also options. —Farley Elliott, One of the things my wife has been pining for is sushi, but the traditional counter experience isn’t an option at most places right now. This isn’t the Texas-style stuff cooking in backyards and sold on Instagram — fans here expect as much sauce as smoke, and to dive in there’s no pre-order and no DM, you’ve just got to drive on over. Bites & Bashes, a South Bay caterer and daytime cafe operated by former Eater LA staffer Crystal Coser and her mother Julie, are preparing staff meals for delivery around the city. Zero Zero: The thin-crust pizza destination is offering delivery and takeout for those who call 415-348-8800. 116 N. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles. Wait, Where Do the Best Carrots Go When the Restaurants Close? Ambrosia Bakery: This Lakeside bakery offers takeoout with limited hours, call 415-334-5305 to order. The Blue Plate: The Mission District neighborhood spot has takeout and delivery, call 415-282-6777. The massive nacho kit with creamy queso and the charred cauliflower with cilantro pesto travel exceptionally well. But the $60 temaki is a lot more fun, with bigger fish pieces and generous rice cubes to build custom bites. 808 Divisadero St., San Francisco. It truly is hidden, as its business sign fell victim to an overgrown tree. Local spots from which SF diners can order or pick up, listed alphabetically. The only slight disappointment was the meatballs, which were a bit dry, but the dinner would have still felt special and celebratory without them. Chef Matt Kammerer is offering different family-style menus to-go on weekends at Harbor House Inn. Maison Danel: The tea salon has a full assortment of viennoiserie and pâtisserie for takeout and delivery. Smoke disappears above a thin stack at one end. Call 415-863-3900. Cultivar aims to ensure that all the health care providers are fed with top-notch starters and entrees. La Stazione: The Dogpatch coffee shop has takeout drinks, panini, and cannoli from 8 a.m. to noon. Craw Station: The 9th Avenue seafood restaurant has delivery and takeout from 5-10 p.m. every day but Monday. ... using all local American fish and Chef Hiroki Odo is donating some proceeds from takeout to relief efforts for COVID-19. Recently, they offered whole roasted organic Petaluma chicken with roasted parsnips and sunchoke from Katina's SingleThread garden, along with brioche rolls, chocolate chip cookies, a salad and next day chicken and farro verde soup kit. Mochica: The Potrero Hill Peruvian spot has takeout with curbside pickup. 718 Valley Blvd, San Gabriel. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Champagne, dark chocolate and gelato are my biggest weaknesses. Take everything to-go and head for the nearest shady tree to enjoy it all. Definitely get an order of the thin-skinned momos ($11-$12), ginger-flavored mixtures of vegetables and/or chicken folded into crescent shapes like Chinese jiaozi. Recent options include a choice between pork belly Siciliano with Italian wedding soup and roasted broccolini or roasted cauliflower Milanese with caramelized onion and pumpkin seed soup. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all Michelin-starred restaurants offering carryout and delivery, rather a curated selection of noteworthy offerings. Come in for banh mi that are built on fresh baguettes with a pleasant crisp and not too much fluff. 131 North St., Healdsburg. There's always at least one vegetarian option too, and each takeout order comes with a house salad and focaccia bread. Understated Sushi Noz is offering simple but sublime sashimi rice bowls for takeout $45 apiece for lean blue fin tuna or line-caught salmon served over a bed of sushi rice. 5900 N Figueroa St., Los Angeles. Call 415-673-2961 to order. Then, there is a changing menu, dubbed Accarrino’s (after chef. Then, there is a changing menu, dubbed Accarrino’s (after chef Matthew Accarrino), filled with classic Italian eats. But what’s remarkable is how quick Mugimaru is: a bowl is ready in less than two minutes, making this a better fast food takeout option than your standard-issue burger chain. For every takeout dinner purchased, funds will be contributed to grab-and-go lunches made by UNION that will be provided to Maine Medical personnel who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Celebrating its 42nd year, the Nob Hill Gazette is the publication-of-record for the social, cultural and philanthropic life of San Francisco.