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Houston’s Best Restaurant Take-Out and Drink Kit options during COVID-19

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Cheese Pizza from Frank’s Pizza. Photo via Star Eats

New York Style Pizza anyone? Frank’s Pizza in Downtown is offering their full menu for to-go and delivery. This includes their delicious pizzas like the Pesto Chicken, or Bar-B-Que Chicken made with extra cheese. You can also feast on their Wings, Beef Lasagna (a personal favorite) and Cheese Pizza Rolls! You can feed your entire family and have leftovers with their group meals that are also available!

Two Guys Pizzeria in the Med Center area is also available for pickup and has delivery available via GrubHub, or DoorDash. They also have a 28” pizza available for all of you with big families!

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OMG! Fries with Bulgogi from Oh My Gogi. Photo via Star Eats

I can’t forget about my favorite food trucks that are still firing up delicious meals. If you haven’t tried the Chicken Shawarma Sandwich or the Italian Beef Shawarma from Abu Omar Halal you are definitely missing out! They have 5 locations and delivery available through UberEats and Doordash and Postmates. Oh My Gogi, Houston’s first food truck also has their full menu available at their Rice Village and Heights locations. Try the OMG! Fries with Bulgogi, the Gogi Melt, and the Ramen Burger – they will not disappoint! Be sure to check out their Instagram for hours of operation and more.

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Goat Chops from Aga’s Restaurant. Photo via Star Eats

You guys know I can’t live without getting my Indian and Pakistani food fix, so I’ve been hitting up Aga’s Restaurant for Goat Chops, Tarka Daal, Butter Chicken Handi, and their delicious Garlic Naan. You can get 15% off when you order directly from Aga’s for curbside or in-store pick-up. They are also offering FREE delivery through Door Dash and UberEats.

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Blueberry, Jalapeño and Cilantro Margaritas from El Big Bad. Photo via Best Bites Houston.

Looking for some drinks? The Rustic is offering Mimosa Kits ($12) and Margarita Kits ($8). El Big Bad is also offering Margarita Mix with its famous fresh squeezed lemon and lime juices and agave nectar. One quart will give you around 16-22 margaritas and is just $18! Monkey’s Tail has Margarita Kits, Moscow Mule Kits, and Old Fashion kits all for $25 each, and includes alcohol. I could use any of these specials right about now…

 

Don’t want to eat out right now but still want to help the Houston hospitality industry?

BUY A GIFT CARD! It’s literally that easy. You can keep these businesses afloat and come back to enjoy them once they are up and running again. You can donate to Okra Charity Saloon’s virtual tip jar and help the many bartenders that are without a job right now. Venmo: OKRAfried. Finally, you can also donate to the Southern Smoke Foundation which is a crisis relief organization for people in the food and beverage industry led by Houston food guru, Chris Shepherd.

Now that you know how you can support your favorite restaurants, read my blog post about how to eat to-go food safely during COVID-19.