New curbside updates
Avenues Proper – You’ll need to head into the restaurant if you want beer to go (still available), but you can order food delivered to the curb for minimal interaction. Here’s the menu.
Feldman’s Deli – The menu remains the same and amazing as ever, but this East side spot has now launched online ordering. You can order and pay safely online here – all you have to do then is arrive for curbside pickup.
Stanza – Jonathan LeBlanc has refreshed the menu at this downtown restaurant, focus on hearty comfort food dishes. See the menu here.
Tucanos – Ordinarily an AYCE Churrascaria, The Gateway based Brazilian restaurant has revamped to offer a brand new curbside pickup option. Full menu.
Oquirrh – Angelena and Drew Fuller’s downtown New American spot have just retooled their offering for curbside. Check out the brand new curbside pickup menu here.
Osteria Amore – This Italian spot that replaced Aristo’s up by the U is no offering a bran new menu for both pickup and delivery.
Tsunami – Craving Japanese? Check out the updated curbside menu at all locations here.
Finn’s Cafe – The perennially popular Sugar House eatery has relaunched their menu for curbside pickup.
Tupelo – While much of Main Street remains shuttered in Park City, this award wining spot is offering the following curbside menu.
Looking for something substantial to fee the whole family? The following restaurants are offering family style meals for pickup.
Hearth And Hill
During these challenging times, Hearth and Hill promises: “Park City, We Have Your Back”. The popular Kimball Junction restaurant has launched daily curbside take-out for lunch and dinner to serve the community while dine-in operations are banned everywhere during the coronavirus outbreak. To further show its community spirit, Hearth and Hill is offering new family dinner specials and a 20% discount on regular menu items. The specials feature whole roasted chicken with gravy, braised beef brisket, or chicken and steak fajitas. Orders can be placed over the phone at 435-200-8840 or at hearth-hill.com. Curbside take-out is easy, with designated parking spaces at the restaurant’s entrance on Center Dr in Newpark Retail Center. Food is transferred to guests per stringent protocols mandated by local authorities to comply with social distancing precautions. Noon – 8:00 p.m. daily.
Offering “Ohana Meals” for $29.99. Feeds four people and comes with teriyaki chicken, white rice, macaroni salad, teriyaki sauce, plates and cutlery. More info.
Take home DIY dinner includes 6 dawgs for $20. All sauce, condiments, and buns for a fun meal. Cook on the grill, under the broiler, in a fry pan, or over the fire. ”. More info.
Offering a unique pizza kit thats equal parts delicious and fun. The Pizza Kits will only be available at 3 stores: Fort Union, Sandy and The District. Three kits are on offer starting from $18. The instructions on how to prepare and cook the pizzas will be attached to your pizza box. More info.
The Spanish Fork restaurant is offering Family trays that feed four. Options include nacho tray (with side of rice, beans, 2 large drinks and 4 pieces of churros), burrito tray (with side of beans, rice, chips and salsa , 2 large drinks and 4 pieces of churros) and street taco tray (12 street tacos with side of rice, beans, chips and Salsa, 2 large drinks and 4 pieces of churros). All trays $25 each. More info.
Tip your server campaign
Started by local TV-celeb Ty Burrell with a hefty $100K donation, this new fundraiser aimed at putting cash back in out of work servers hands. Here’s the full info from Burrell:
Last week, there were 15,000 people working in Salt Lake City restaurants and bars–neighborhood joints, fast food, fine dining–all gathering places in our community. This week, thousands of them don’t have an income and don’t know when they can go back to work.
They are on the front lines of the economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. The earthquake in Salt Lake City on March 18 was yet another blow. Some establishments don’t know when they can reopen due to structural damage in their buildings.
Thank you for making a gift below. Every dollar donated will go directly to SLC hospitality workers. Make a donation here.
Sugar House BBQ – Over in Sugar House, one of our favorite spots for Q is looking to support families. While schools are closed the business is prmiosiing free Mac and cheese as well as corn dogs for all kids. More info.
More free kids meals – In a similar vein, a range of food trucks are promising free PB&K sandwiches for kids right now. These include The Cluck Truck, Havana Eats, Yoshi’s and Salsitas Mendoza. More info.
Trolley wing Co – Work in the hospitality industry and facing tough times? TWC wants to help. Jeff Krie of TWC wrote, “We are offering 50% off to all service industry employees who buy food to go. Thank you guys for supporting us through the years guys, we will get through this together.”. Link.
Braza Grill – The AYCE Brazilian steak house is offering 45% off gift cards for the next few weeks. Link.
Sicilia Mia – Offering all pizzas at all locations for $10. Link.
Delivery service updates
Chefpanzee – Get $5 off orders of $50 or more on Chefpanzee. Applied automatically at checkout. Chefpanzee is a local delivery service that supports a range of mom and pop eateries. More info.
Grub Hub – Now offering a service known as “Supper for Support”. The national delivery chain is offer a deal each day, 5-9 p.m. and promises $10 off all orders of $30+
DoorDash – Contact free delivery is now standard from this national delivery option. All orders will now be dropped at door step with minimal interaction.
UberEats – Possibly waiving delivery fees from independent businesses.
Brewers and distillers making hand sanitizer
Worried about the lack of hand sanitizer around? Don’t be, even local distillers are getting in on the act:
- Buy gift cards – save restaurants
- LGBTQ supportive retaurants with curbside and delivery options
- Shades brewing quarantine kits
- Curbside delivery
- Delivery from restaurants
- Drive thru restaurants operating as usual
- Family meal deals
- Resources for hospitality workers
- Ongoing corona food coverage
- Contact me with any info I’m missing
Hi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC and The Utah Review; I’m also a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune. I’ve worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.
I’m a multiple-award winning journalist and have covered the Utah dining scene for more than a decade. I’m largely fueled by Uinta Cutthroat, alliteration and the use of too many big words I don’t understand. I ate all the pies.