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These Luxe Restaurants Are Making Favorite Plates to Eat at Home

By Blair Krassen and Antonia DePace | April 10, 2020 | Food & Drink


Ramp Fried Rice with Crispy Pork Sausage from Talula's Daily

For the days that you're dreading cooking, look to one (or all) of these luxe restaurants for takeout. Their menues will please both you and your stomach.

Bar Bombon

If you’re in the mood for creative plant-based Latin cuisine, order buffalo cauliflower tacos, sweet plantains or fresh guacamole to be delivered via Caviar or pickup curbside. Top off your meal with a well-deserved treat like Tres Leches Cake.

City Winery

Featuring favorites from Italy, Spain and the Middle East—white bean hummus, margarita pizza, kale caesar salad—City Winery has a new menu only available for pickup and delivery. Pair your favorite dishes with a bottle of the restaurant’s favorite bottles.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Pick up your sizzling steaks (with truffle butter, of course) and lobster mac and cheese curbside. The popular Chestnut Street steakhouse is also offering 10% off your takeout bill—making dining out even more delicious.

Di Bruno Bros

You might not be able to stop in to peruse the world-class wine and cheese selections, but you can order takeout and delivery from their lengthy menu—in family sizes that feed up to 12 people. Is anyone craving meatballs and gravy? We certainly are.

Fiore Fine Foods

The talented chefs at Fiore are turning out fresh seasonal soups for home delivery. Grilled escarole and chorizo and pappa al pomodoro are recent recipes. Plus, all soup proceeds support the restaurant’s staff.

Founding Farmers

No-touch curbside pickup is perfect for those looking to spice up their daily routine. The King of Prussia location also just launched the KOP Market & Grocery, so you can get food packs and provisions with free delivery.

High Street On Market

The bread bakery is still going strong at Ellen Yin’s Old City favorite. Meals are available everyday from 4pm. Choose two sides and a main dish (seared salmon, braised short rib or roasted duck breast) for $25 per person; add a dessert for $5. To wet your whistle, the restaurant is also offering beer for takeout.


Until Chef Hiroki Fujiyama can host you in person, the Japanese chef is bringing omakase to your home. The abbreviated chef’s menu is available on Caviar, and features Japanese plates like sushi sets, tuna bowls and chirashi bowls.


After closing its doors due to the current climate, Rittenhouse's favorite French Bistro just reopened as Le Petit Marche. Translating to "The Little Market," the Stephen Starr steward is offering call-ahead curb-side pickup on the 18th street side of the restaurant. Stock up on fresh baked bread, croissants, cheese and wine—or reminisce over a warm shrimp salad for dinner.

Positano Coast

You might not be able to dine in at the Amalfi Coast-inspired restaurant, but Positano’s team is making sure that you can still get a taste. The Aldo Lamberti restaurant is offering a 20% discount for all takeout orders placed in house, along with options on delivery apps like UberEats and Caviar. One popular special has been the dinner for two—including a mixed green salad, pasta, chicken parmigiana and tiramisu for $35.


The Gulph Mills stalwart just launched a special takeout and delivery menu to accommodate their many devoted diners. Try a new plate from the á la carte menu, or opt for the family-sized meals: they come in sizable portions to satisfy four, and start at $42. Think braised angus beef short ribs, crimini mushroom soup and wood grilled branzino.

Talula’s Daily

As the nicer weather rolls in, you’re sure to miss Talula’s Daily sunkissed patio—but don’t fret. The Washington Square restaurant is still open for carryout, meaning you can make your own picnic with favorites like housemade ricotta ravioli in pomodoro sauce, zucchini bread and Mediterranean veggie salad.

Photography by: Courtesy of Talula's Daily