It’s great to support local restaurants by ordering food for takeout and delivery, but you probably still have to make dinner for yourself. Fortunately, a lot of great places are now offering produce boxes and other goods to stock your fridge or pantry. And even if you’re not the best cook, some of these spots have meal kits, so your food can taste like it came from a restaurant kitchen (because, technically, it did). So break out your knives, preheat your oven - and warn your roommates. It’s time to start cooking.
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In addition to selling pizzas and wine for takeout and delivery, A16 is offering produce boxes from Star Route Farms. Check their website for more information.
Acme makes our favorite bread in the city, and their outpost in the Ferry Building is still cranking out batards and baguettes. But if you want to try out that banana bread recipe, they’re also selling sacks of their flour for you to take home. Check their Instagram for more information.
Aziza in the Richmond has an entire menu of Moroccan pantry items available for delivery. It includes things like red charmoula, harissa, and eggplant marmalade. They also have take-and-bake items, from chicken confit basteeya to spiced walnut cookie dough. And if you want to drink while you cook, wine, cocktails, and Saint Frank coffee are available, too.
The Eat At Home Essentials boxes from Batter have eggs, fresh produce, cookie dough, oat milk, and granola. Prices range from $60 to $100. When you pick up your box, make sure to their Sandangels to-go - these cinnamon cookies are some of our favorite in San Francisco.
Burma Love is offering ready-to-eat salads, wraps, and noodles. You can shop their grocery store online. Delivery is available within San Francisco only.
The coffee shop has care packages available for pick-up on Tuesday from 12-2pm. The $65 box includes fruits, vegetables, and an Acme baguette, and are available out of their Mission Bay and Lower Haight St. locations. Order online.
The Italian deli in Excelsior has sandwiches and pantry goods from Italy to-go.
The wine bar on Market St. is now offering a variety of boxes - produce, provisions, butcher - in addition to meal kits (including, of course, paella). Order for pick-up or delivery here.
Causwells is offering bags of Bayview Pasta’s fresh-milled whole wheat flour for pick-up and delivery ($7 for two pounds). Call 415-447-6081 or stop by.
While everyone you know is fighting to keep their new sourdough starter alive, you could be perfecting the subtle and intimate art of the cheese board. Cowgirl Creamery is open daily for curbside pick-up and delivery, and their cafe Cowgirl Sidekick is up and running on weekends, too, if you want to pop in for a grilled cheese sandwich before checking out the farmer’s market.
In addition to wood-fired bagels, Daily Driver is offering provisions, like house-made cultured butter, flavored cream cheese, and ghee. They also have meal kits and pantry boxes with things like cheeseboard supplies, eggs, and bagels. Everything is available for takeout and delivery.
Emmy’s is offering groceries like eggs, flour, butter, fresh produce, and more - order online by Thursday for pick-up or contactless delivery on Fridays.
The Ferry Building Farmers Market is up and running Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, and you can have produce, baked goods, meat, and cheese delivered curbside. Their website is loaded with information on how to navigate the market right now.
Frog Hollow Farm’s Ferry Building outpost is closed, but they’re still shipping fruit, jams, nuts, and other pantry items around the country. Check their website for more information.
The butcher counter at the Golden Gate Meat Co. in the Ferry Building is still open daily from 8am-5pm. Check their website for more information.
This wine shop is selling bottles, as well as kitchen staples like pasta, eggs, butter, and meats. Place your order online for pick-up.
The wagyu-focused steakhouse is now a pop-up butcher shop offering steaks, angus, beef, and pork for curbside pick-up. They’re also offering two boxes - the Essential Butcher Pack and the Wagyu Exploration Pack - that can be delivered within San Francisco. If you want to go big, their $600 wagyu box comes with 30 individually-packed steaks. Order everything for pick-up and delivery online.
Eggs, milk, and canned goods are available from this West Portal spot, plus sandwiches, and ready-to-eat meals. Check their website for details.
The Sunset outpost has their fish counter set up for you to load up on fresh fish. Check their website for details.
Lazy Bear’s Camp Commissary is stocked with groceries fit for a royal, from caviar to confit duck leg. They also have breakfast and lunch to-go. Their hours and menu change daily, so check their Instagram for updates.
This Mexican restaurant on Polk is selling al pastor and calabazitas meal kits for two to three people. The kits range from $25-35 and are available for delivery through their website. And if you want to drink while you make dinner, they’re also selling margaritas.
This pinseria is also operating as a store featuring pantry staples like farro, canned tomatoes, salumi, bread, and oils and vinegars. They also have prebaked pinsa crusts. Check their website for the full run-down of everything they offer. You can have your goods delivered through most major apps.
Nopa has produce boxes and meal kits available for same-day pick-up. Check it out on their website.
Nopalito is selling both ready-made meals and cold meal kits. The menu ranges from carnitas and totopos to crunchy garbanzo bean snacks. Order through their website for pick-up, or have everything delivered via apps.
Prairie in the Mission is operating as a general store with pantry supplies like pasta, tinned fish, wine, and paper goods. They also have prepared dinners and meal kits like lobster scampi and our favorite beef cheek pappardelle (which they brought back from an old menu). Order ahead here.
The Ritual on Valencia is still open for takeout, but they’ve also converted themselves into a general store selling bread, canned soups, granola, soap, and masks that you can pre-order for pick-up website.
This natural wine shop in Potrero Hill is delivering Apero-In-Place Party Packs with things like wine bottles, bread, olives, pate, and tinned fish. Check their Instagram for more information.
The Hayes Valley wine shop has everything you need to make your own cheese or charcuterie board, plus meats, ice cream, cookies, tea, and more. Call 415-874-9133 to place an order.
This Polk St. legend is selling both fish and prepared dishes for pick-up, which means you can eat their Sicilian sashimi in your own living room while watching The Mandolorean (since we know you finally caved and got Disney+). Call 415-673-1101 to order.
The pub is offering kitchen essentials like eggs, flour, yeast, and milk to-go. Order online for pick-up.
All three Epicurean Trader locations (Bernal Heights, Cow Hollow, Hayes Valley) are offering meal kits from local restaurants, plus fresh bread, produce, meats, milk, eggs, and other specialty items. Check their Facebook for more information.
The Mill is open from 8am-2pm, so you can stock up on their incredible bread. Coffee, milk, butter, flour, and produce are also available for takeout.
Vegan Picnic’s Polk St. location is open for takeout and delivery. You can stock up on groceries and plant-based snacks as well as ready-to-reheat meals like vegan lasagna. Check their Instagram for more information.
The wine shop side of Verjus is also selling fresh produce, meats, and cheese. Next-day curbside pick-up and delivery are available when email email@example.com to order. There’s a $150 minimum if you’d like your goods delivered. Check their website for more information.
Wise Sons has Stay-At-Home Starter Kits (which include everything from matzo ball soup to pastrami sandwich kits) available for delivery. Order on their website.
The deli in Berkeley has produce, pantry items, and home goods available to-go, plus deli meats and meal kits.
In addition to bagels and other food items, Beauty’s is selling groceries (flour, yeast, bacon, and more) for pick-up on Saturdays. Order here by Wednesday at 3pm for pick-up.
Boichik Bagels in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighorhood is offering bagels (and frozen bagel packs), lox and fish in bulk, sandwich kits, and more to-go. Order online for pick-up from Wednesday-Sunday between 7:30am-12pm (or until they sell out).
The Vietnamese restaurant in Oakland has eggs, milk, rice, and soap available for pick-up and delivery. If you need to restock your bar cart, they also have cocktail boxes with full bottles of alcohol from $59 to $125.
Cream Co. Meats is offering butcher boxes for pick-up and delivery. You can order everything from a Basic Box with a few different cuts of meat to a half pig or quarter cow. Order here.
The Berkeley-based brewing company is selling a $45 grocery box that’s available for pick-up and delivery for those living in the Berkeley and Daly City communities.
This downtown Oakland marketplace is offering produce, coffee, deli goods, and more (including lots of great vegan and gluten-free snacks). Order ahead by calling 510-922-8385 or stop by to grab groceries to-go.
The bar in Oakland’s Temescal has a small selection of provisions to go along with their beer and wine, like olives, cheese, chorizo, and chicken live mousse. Order here.
This Alameda spot known for their delicious burgers and sandwiches is now offering 10-pound family packs of meat (beef, chicken, pork, and seafood), as well as other bulk items and prepared foods. Get updated information on their Facebook.
Sequoia Diner in Oakland’s Laurel District is currently open for takeout, which means you can enjoy as many of their incredible pecan sticky buns as you want during your quarantine. Sequoia Diner is also offering provisions, including a brunch box with coffee, sourdough, eggs, and bacon, and an aperitivo box with wine, cheese, and meats. Call 510-482-3719 to order.
The San Leandro restaurant and bar is offering meat, produce, bread, and pantry items to-go from Wednesday to Friday. Order online for pick-up.