Houston Magazine: How You Can Eat From Restaurants, Help Local Establishments

A growing list of places offering pick-up and delivery options.

Editor’s note: This piece is being updated multiple times per day. Restaurants may change their statuses, so check back to get the most recent information provided to or found by us.

ON MONDAY EVENING, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced that—as of 8 a.m. Tuesday—all bars and clubs in the county must close, while restaurants must offer delivery, pick-up, or drive-thru service only. This will last at least 14 days as we live under the threat of a novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.

So you can keep up on what restaurants and other establishments are doing to serve customers during this time, we’ve put together a large list. If you want to add your establishment, email Timothy Malcolm at tmalcolm@houstoniamag.com. Also, as a note: Many restaurants have gift cards that you can buy. Also, if you don’t see your favorite restaurant on here, call to confirm what it’s doing during this time.

Finally, practice social distancing, wash your hands constantly, and keep your hands away from your face. Read More.