Enjoy Atlanta Takeout | Broadstone Midtown
Supporting local businesses has never been more important than it is now. One of the easiest ways to do so is by ordering take out from local restaurants. There are many options for take out, including using apps like Grubhub, UberEats, Zifty, and DoorDash, but many places are also offering their own delivery and curbside services! We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite Midtown restaurants that are still open for take out.
Eats Takeout only from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 404-888-9149 or order through UberEats
MetroFresh Open for takeout and delivery, just call 404.724.0151
The Pig and the Pearl Now offering temporary delivery inside the Atlantic Station development for employees and residents at the complex. For curbside pick-up and to-go orders, call 404 541 0930 or visit their website.
Bon Ton For Curbside pick-up call 404 996-6177; delivery via UberEats, Doordash, and Zifty.
Olive Bistro Takeout or delivery via Zifty.
Lyla Lila Make it an indoor date night by cooking your own fancy meal from Lyla Lila. They have “Pasta To-Go” four pasta kit packages and it comes with salad! Call (404) 963-2637 to order. Curbside pick-up off 3rd Street from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Payment by phone.
Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft Curbside pick-up; delivery. Call 678-539-6181 or order online.
Ray’s New York Pizza Offering temporary curbside pick-up and delivery at 5th Street location. Call 404 888 9911 or use DoorDash
NaanStop Temporarily offering curbside pick-up and no-contact delivery at the Atlantic Station, Buckhead, and Downtown restaurants. Order through their website.
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Feed your family, or just you (we won’t judge) for just $34.99 when you order online with us (regularly $39.99). No human contact required. Your choice of two meals, along with rice, samosas and Naan for 4. Eat it all in one sitting or have leftovers while teleworking or homeschooling!
The Nook on Piedmont Park: Takeout only by calling 404) 745-9222; Stay tuned because delivery is coming!
Take Out Bingo
Support and eat local by turning it into a game! The Instagram account, @Atlfoodbingo has put together downloadable take out Bingo sheets! Every time you order take out, cross a square off! Once you reach Bingo, snap a photo and tag @atlfoodbingo to be entered to win prizes.
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#ATLFOODBINGO Hey Atlanta, we’re so excited to introduce Round 1 of Atlanta Food Bingo. Over the coming weeks, we encourage everyone to support hospitality businesses all while practicing safe social distancing. ⠀⠀ You’ll find six separate cards & each one covers a different area of town. Round One lasts two-weeks… so pick a card and for every five businesses on that card that you patronize (and spend at least $20 with), you’re eligible for one entry in our Atlanta Food Bingo RAFFLE. There’s a lot more to say but you’ll find that over on our website (link in bio), along with official rules, a map of participating restaurants, and downloadable versions of the card pack! ⠀⠀ Thanks to everyone who made this possible (especially Matt Wilson) and if you’re a business interested in getting involved for round two, please contact us via our website! ⠀⠀ #atlfoodbingo #saverestaurants #weloveatl #atlantaeats #atl ⠀⠀ The Fine Print No Purchase Necessary To Enter Or Win. A Purchase Will Not Improve Your Chances Of Winning. Void Where Prohibited Or Restricted By Law. Open To Legal Residents Of The 50 United States And The District Of Columbia (Excluding Florida And New York) Who Are At Least 21 Years Of Age.
Keep Your Bellies Full, Atlanta!
Atlanta and the surrounding area is thriving with resources to help you support and eat local. If you want more info on everything you can do to support local businesses, check out trusted resources like your local news, Eater Atlanta, and community websites.
We want to see all that you are eating while at home in Broadstone Midtown. Snap a photo and tag us on Facebook and Instagram with your homemade recipes, take out meals, and food bingo sheets while you are having to stay home. Check our blog often for more inspiration for vibrant eating in Midtown Atlanta.