Many restaurants in Washington, D.C. that temporarily closed as part of measures against the spread of the coronavirus are slowly going back to business, but only for takeout and delivery as a dine-in ban is still in place.
You can order takeout or get your meal delivered by St. Anselm between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday; from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. on Sunday. The place is known for premium steaks & sides, as well as its cocktails & brunch.
Little Serow, a Northern-Thailand restaurant at 1511 17th Street, Northwest D.C., is offering a la carte takeout dishes, as well as milk tea and coffee ice cream, non-dairy pineapple-jasmine tea ice cream, beer and wine.
They accept same-day orders from Tuesday to Saturday, for pick up 5:30-9:00 p.m., or until they sell out.
Little Serow’s all-vegetarian sister pop-up Happy Gyro, at 1509 17th Street, Northwest D.C., reopened on May 20 with the motto “No meat. Nothing fancy. We cook them. You pick them up.”
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El Rey, a taco bar at 919 U Street, Northwest D.C. is also back to business for takeout and delivery. It offers nachos, quesadilla, enchiladas, taquitos, tostada, chicken tamale, chips and more.
Echo Park/Andy’s Pizza, located at 2014 9th Street, Northwest D.C., reopened, as well. “Pizza. Wings. Beer and Wine. Delivered to Your Door,” its website says.
Rebellion, a bar/restaurant at 1836 18th St Northwest D.C., which had an employee infected with the new coronavirus, has reopened after closing for a few days.
Cranes, at 724 9th Street, Northwest D.C., has also returned with its traditional Spanish comfort foods available for pickup and delivery.
All customers are advised to practice social distancing while they are ordering food to go in order to avoid the risk of coronavirus exposure.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last week that the stay-at-home order in the District will continue through June 8, which means restaurants are prohibited from offering dine-in service until then.