Because of new rules in place to stop the spread of novel coronavirus, many New York City restaurants have dexterously pivoted to take-out and delivery to help keep you well-fed during this extraordinary time. Fortunately, many of Lower Manhattan’s delicious establishments are ready to take your order (so be sure to tip them well)!
Bennie’s Thai Cafe
Delivery is complimentary from this reliable, no-frills standby. Any order of pad Thai shrimp will be your best friend until you demolish it (Seamless | Grubhub). (88 Fulton Street)
Seasonal specialties are on the menu at this vegan-friendly staple (Seamless | Grubhub). (80 Pine Street)
Treat yourself to homemade pasta and tiramisu (Seamless | Grubhub). (15 Gold Street)
This decadent steakhouse has no issue packing up their beef Wellington to go. (Seamless | Grubhub). (1 Hanover Square)
A compact, modern Italian eatery with a patio serving Neapolitan, pan pizzas and other familiar dishes (Seamless). (28 West Street)
Nothing beats pizza for lunch or dinner (or breakfast). (Seamless | Grubhub). (66 Gold Street)
One of the best ramen joints in Lower Manhattan has you covered for delivery (Seamless | Grubhub). (20 John Street)
Order from Leo’s for a midday pick-me-up (Seamless | Grubhub). (3 Hanover Square)
The little panini shop that could boasts a few dozen sandwiches — six of which are vegetarian. The Campobasso is especially astounding: artichokes marinated into soft, garlicky submission and paired with slabs of smoked mozzarella (Seamless | Grubhub). (97 Nassau Street)
Nothing more refreshing than some fish, poke-bowl style. Order directly through their website right now and get 20 percent off your order, plus free delivery. (125 Maiden Lane)
If you’re putting a hold on that gym membership right now for the sake of social distancing, you’ll at least want to eat your vegetables (Seamless | Grubhub). (67 Wall Street)
Enjoying Mexican classics from the comfort of your home is certainly the right idea, but why not toss in a frozen mojito too? (Seamless | Grubhub). (85 Greenwich Street)
Baffling why you’re not ordering a banh mi from these guys just out of pure impulse right now. (Seamless | Grubhub). (99 Nassau Street)
Ample veggie-forward options await at this upscale American dining chain (Seamless | Grubhub). (110 Wall Street)
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