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Best Restaurants That Deliver In SF

By San Francisco Bucket List

Because leaving your couch is overrated (and not advised).

Published March 23, 2020

There are four times when calories don’t count: when you’re hungover, during the days between Christmas and New Years, while at the airport, and in the midst of a global pandemic. While now might be the perfect time to dust off that Whole30 cookbook above your convection oven, ordering delivery is one of the best ways to support our local restaurants during these trying times. Plus, with many apps launching “no-contact” delivery options to avoid face-to-face contact, you don’t even need to put pants on (for your neighbor’s sake, we still highly recommend pants). 

Italian Homemade Company

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Get a taste of homemade Italian cuisine without leaving your couch. A comforting classic, Italian Homemade lets you pick your pasta and sauce to create the perfect carb-combo. With everything from gnocchi with browned butter and sage to tagliatelle bolognese, all that’s missing is a smooth bottle of Chianti. Lucky for us, IHC has free grocery available on DoorDash, so you can have dried pasta, fresh sauces, dressings, coffee and–we cannot stress this enough–wine delivered along with your meal. 
Pro Tip: Caviar has two secret menu items, including the Fettuccine Cacio e Pepe. Pep pep hooray!

How to order: Caviar, DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats

Chubby Noodle

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Send noods – straight to your front door. One of our favorite boozy brunch hangs, Chubby Noodle has recently transformed into a go-to to-go spot. News getting your down? Crispy Pork Tacos are scientifically proven to help. Missing your routine Saturday brunch? Honestly, who’s stopping you from pouring bottomless mimosas into your coffee mug to pair with some Spicy Garlic Noodles? No one, the correct answer is no one.

How to order: Caviar, DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats


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Anyone else panic-buy 50 packs of instant ramen – just us? Probably for the best. Opt for Marufuku’s authentic Hakata-style Tonkotsu ramen instead for the ultimate comfort meal. For all take-out orders, they separate the broth from the contents of each bowl, so your ramen doesn’t get too soft before it makes it to your couch. Someone give them the Nobel Peace Prize for delivery because wow.

How to get take-out in San Francisco: Call 415-872-9786⁣ 
How to order in Oakland: DoorDash, GrubHub and UberEats

Pizzeria Delfina

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An SF delivery staple, Delfina offers California-style Neapolitan pies so thin that you can convince yourself they’re healthy. In corona-times, anything goes. Fun (and flavor) for the whole family, they even offer meal packages that feed 3-4 people for $49. Now excuse us while we go bathe in some Belfiore burrata.

How to order: Caviar, DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats 

Palm House

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It's quarantini time. Transport yourself to the tropics with fresh bites, punch bowls and cocktails available for delivery. 
Pro Tip: Follow @PalmHouseSF on Instagram and tune in to their virtual happy hours where they show followers how to shake up some spirits. You can find their Mango Marg Cocktail Kit (serves 4; doesn't include liquor) on Postmates for $20.

How to order: CaviarPostmates and UberEats 


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When in Rome quarantine, do eat as the Romans do. With everything from Roman-style pizza to a Mixed Mushroom Risotto, satisfy your quara-cravings without lifting a finger.

How to order: Caviar

Señor Sisig

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The versatility of french fries is highly underrated – topped with cheese, dipped in milkshakes, the possibilities are endless. Debatably most important to Californians however, are fries stuffed inside a burrito, the “California Burrito” if you will. Señor Sisig brings Filipino fusion flavor to SF with burritos (California among others, of course), tacos, nachos and loaded fries (yet another superiorly underrated use for fries) ready to be delivered to your doorstep.

How to order: DoorDash

4505 Burgers & BBQ

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Vegetarians, order at your own risk – the meat-forward menu at 4505 Burgers & BBQ features well, burgers and BBQ. From the Best Damn Cheeseburger (the actual name of the burger, but we can attest to it) to smoked meat plates (with your choice of two sides or fixin’s), 4505 is the closest you’ll get to home cookin’ – sans having to cook. 

How to order: Caviar, DoorDash, Postmates and UberEats

Kaisen Don 

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Sushi delivery–hear us out–doesn’t deserve its bad rep. Dense rolls and packaged sauces make for optimal road travel, and you don’t have to worry about your food going cold. Our rice vice of choice: Kaisen Don. They offer trays of classic rolls as well as a selection of chirashi bowls with fresh fish, uni, ocean row – all topped over a bed of sushi rice.

How to order: Order online.

Rooster & Rice

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After you finally decide where to order food from, you’re faced with the larger challenge of what to order. Rooster & Rice eliminates most of that decision for you, as each menu item is a slight variation of Khao man Gai – poached, organic chicken over fragrant chicken rice, garnished with cucumber and cilantro. 

How to order: Caviar, DoorDash, GrubHubPostmates and UberEats 

Little Gem

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This gem of a spot offers healthy delivery options to choose from – soups and salads, small and large plates, flatbreads and a delectably maitake mushroom bowl. Since you’re eating so healthy, don’t forget to add a bottle of cab to your delivery cart before checking out. *Chin chin*

How to order: Caviar and DoorDash 


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Work from home also means lunch from home. Enter Glaze. The fast casual hub brings Seattle-style teriyaki inside the home with house-made, small batch teriyaki sauces, salad dressings and marinades, big portions of grilled-to-order proteins, and inspired sides made with fresh ingredients. 

How to order: Caviar and DoorDash 

(Cover Photo Courtesy of Chubby Noodle)

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