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What (and How) to Eat in Seattle During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Takeout and delivery options, a guide to grocery shopping, chefs giving back to the community, and more

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A Running List of Seattle Restaurants Expanding Delivery and Takeout Due to Coronavirus Measures

A view of a partially closed Pike Place Market

What (and How) to Eat in Seattle During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Takeout and delivery options, a guide to grocery shopping, chefs giving back to the community, and more

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A Guide to Grocery Shopping in Seattle Right Now

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Since March, measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 has completely transformed the Seattle dining scene. Restaurants and bars are closed to dine-in customers until at least May 4. Some places have temporarily shut their doors, while others have tried to pivot to doing takeout and delivery only, even fine-dining destinations. Seattleites during Washington’s stay-at-home order rely more than even now on their neighborhood markets, bakeries, and reliable delivery stapes.

This is Eater Seattle’s guide on various ways to eat in these challenging times — whether it’s tips on which grocery stores and CSA boxes have the essentials in stock, where to get cocktail kits, or details on the local chefs who have transformed their restaurants into community kitchens.

Have specific questions or comments? Send us a tip. And come back to this space later, as we’ll keep adding more as the city battles the pandemic.