Meg Nanna

One of Portland's biggest treasures is its food scene: We're very well known, worldwide, for how good the eats are here in Stumptown, and how the best dish you've ever had in your life was just waiting to be picked from any number of new-to-you menus.

The coronavirus crisis has made going out a no-go, but you can still enjoy the fruits of our food and drink community's labor while eating at home. In fact, we've been putting together a growing (300+ and counting!) list of the local eateries keeping the lights on, keeping their employees paid, and keeping your bellies full by offering take-out, delivery, and curbside pick-up options.


Click Here to Peruse the List


Make sure to visit their sites for the most up-to-date info, including current hours and types of service available. Also, call in to the restaurant—even if you're planning on using services like GrubHub, Caviar, Postmates, or DoorDash—to discover if there are specials being offered. Depending on the eatery, options can include fully frozen meals for you to cook at home, growler fills, wine, and brew delivery, free meals for children, and more.

The dining rooms may be closed, but these kitchens are still turning out amazing dishes, and not only could you finally go on a culinary adventure you've been meaning to start since you've been here, you'll be doing your part to help support local businesses that definitely need it.

Don't see your favorite spot on the list and you know they're still doing their part? Drop us an email and we'll update! Has a listed spot unfortunately decided to close for the time being? Tell us that, too!

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