These Lower East Side and Chinatown Restaurants and are Still Open for Takeout and Delivery [Updating]

Posted on: March 18th, 2020 at 5:00 am by

Scarr’s Pizza updates its customers

The restriction on eating out is now in place, with delivery and takeout the only option for folks wishing to patronize local restaurants. While establishments close to weather this COVID-19 outbreak, there are many more that remain open.

What follows is an ongoing resource, in alphabetical order, to help Lower East Side and Chinatown denizens see which neighborhood eateries and cafes are still serving, albeit in a limited capacity. We are continually updating. (Drop a line if you don’t see your favorite listed.)

  • 3 Times – 90 Clinton Street
  • 375 Fries – 124 Ludlow Street
  • 388 Cafe & Deli – 3 Eldridge Street
  • Ajisen Ramen – 14 Mott Street
  • Allin Sushi – 55 Chrystie Street
  • Benson’s – 181 Essex Street
  • Bo Ky – 94 Baxter Street
  • Buddha Bodai – 5 Mott Street, 77 Mulberry Street
  • Cafe Katja – 79 Orchard Street
  • CC’s Cafe – 41 Monroe Street
  • CafeTal Social Club – 285 Mott Street
  • Canton Lounge – 70 Mott Street
  • Cha Chan Tang – 45 Mott Street
  • Char Sue – 119 Essex Street
  • Dimes Deli – online delivery only
  • Dudley’s – 85 Orchard Street
  • E-Noodle – 5 Catherine Street
  • Eastwood – 200 Clinton Street
  • El Castillo de Jagua 2 – 521 Grand Street
  • EM Star Cafe – 19 Division Street
  • Forgtmenot – 138 Division Street (now a grocery)
  • Ginger and Lemongrass – 153 Rivington
  • Golden Dragon Express – 63 East Broadway
  • Greek Shack – 89 Canal Street
  • Green Garden Village – 216 Grand Street
  • Habana to go – 229 Elizabeth Street
  • Happy Family Cafe – 6 Allen Street
  • Hop Ching – 9 Chatham Square
  • Ivan Ramen – 25 Clinton Street
  • Jaya Asian Cuisine – 90 Baxter Street
  • JJ Noodle – 19 Henry Street
  • Joe’s Shanghai – 46 Bowery
  • Katz’s Deli – 205 East Houston
  • Kong Sikh Tong – 65 Bayard Street
  • Kopitiam – 151 East Broadway
  • Kwok’s Food King – 56 Market Street
  • Le French Diner – 188 Orchard Street
  • Leisir Wine – 83 Henry Street
  • Little Canal – 26 Canal Street (takeout window)
  • Mughlai – 6 Clinton Street
  • NB Wing Wong – 42 Bowery
  • New Bo Ky Restaurant – 94 Baxter Street
  • Nom Wah Nolita – 10 Kenmare Street (online delivery only)
  • Nyonya Malaysian Cuisine – 199 Grand Street
  • Pause Cafe – 3 Clinton Street
  • Petisco Vegano – 189 East Broadway
  • Phobar – 43 Mott Street
  • Regina’s – 27 Orchard Street
  • Russ & Daughters – 179 East Houston
  • S Wan Cafe – 85 Eldridge Street
  • Sauce Restaurant – 78 Rivington Street
  • Scarr’s Pizza – 22 Orchard Street
  • Shanghai 21 – 21 Mott Street
  • Sherman’s – 121 Division Street
  • Shinsen – 44 Bowery
  • Souvlaki GR – 116 Stanton Street
  • Spaghetti Incident – 231 Eldridge Street
  • Speedy Romeo – 63 Clinton Street
  • Sticky Rice – 85 Orchard Street
  • Sugar Sweet Sunshine – 126 Rivington Street
  • Sun Sai Gai Restaurant – 220 Canal Street
  • Sunday to Sunday – 88 Orchard Street
  • Sweet Chick – 178 Ludlow Street
  • Tai Pan Bakery – 194 Canal Street
  • Taiwan Pork Chip House – 3 Doyers Street
  • Tasty Dumpling – 42 Mulberry Street
  • Thailicious – 75 Baxter Street
  • The Butcher’s Daughter – 19 Kenmare Street
  • The Pickle Guys – 357 Grand Street
  • Tre – 173 Ludlow
  • People’s Wine Shop
  • Yue Wong – 60 Bayard Street
  • West New Malaysia Restaurant – 48 Bowery
  • WK rest – 69 Bayard Street
  • Wok Wok – 11 Mott Street
  • Wonton Noodle Garden – 56 Mott Street
  • XO Taste – 41 Elizabeth Street
  • Yeah Shanghai Deluxe – 50 Mott Street
  • Yi Ji Cheung Fan – 88 Elizabeth Street

Head over to EV Grieve for a comprehensive list of East Village places still offering takeout and delivery.

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