Enjoy Your Favorite Shadyside Restaurants with Delivery or Take-out
Whether you became your kids’ new teacher, shifted your work life into your home – or maybe both, your favorite local restaurants want to provide a little bit of comfort as you navigate this new normal.
Many local establishments are continuing to offer takeout and delivery while their dine-in service is shut down due to the COVID virus. From options like contactless delivery to curbside pickup, you can still patronize your favorite places from a safe distance.
Here are a handful of places that are offering takeout and delivery options:
242 S. Highland Ave
A neighborhood favorite is still offering takeout – and a NEW delivery option! Avoid the normal line of waiting for a table and order online or use their new delivery feature. Check this Instagram post for all the details or give them a call at 412-295-4580.
Photo Credit: Noodlehead via Instagram
5528 Walnut Street
Acorn is offering to-go orders by calling the restaurant directly at 412-530-5950. They are also offering delivery through GrubHub. To-go and delivery menu options include Shrimp & Grits, Tossed Chicken Salad, ‘Bubbe’s Matzo Ball Soup’, Cheeseburger, Fish Sandwich and more. Yum!
Photo Credit: Acorn Pgh via Instagram
220 S Highland Ave
While we may have missed the cherished return of the Gobblerito, (which sold out in one day!) Mad Mex is still offering take out and even delivery to make sure you can get the Mexican food fix you’re missing. For more information visit their website here.
Photo Credit: Mad Mex via Instagram
5523 Walnut St
Pizza is the perfect takeout or delivery option and Mercurio’s won’t disappoint. They are offering both takeout and delivery during their normal business hours. Visit their website for additional details or to place an order.
Photo Credit: Mercurio’s via Instagram
Bird on the Run
128 S Highland Ave
Guests will be able to order in-store for take-out, order online for pick up in the store, or order through 3rd party delivery partners like Postmates, DoorDash, GrubHub, and UberEats. Visit their website to order your favorite fried chicken in Shadyside.
Photo Credit: Bird on the Run via Instagram
Millie’s Ice Cream
In addition to a delicious dinner, you need dessert too, right? Millie’s is offering mobile delivery right to your doorstep. They are pulling their ice cream truck from 2014 out of the archives to give the people what they want – ice cream! Visit their online store for more information or to place an order.
Photo Credit: Millies via Instagram
These are just a few of the foodservice establishments still offering takeout and delivery. The best way to find out if your favorite place is still open is to check their social media. Many restaurants have been posting weekly specials or new features like local delivery to help their business thrive during difficult times.
If you aren’t interested in dining out during this time, you can also buy gift cards from your favorite place to put some money in their pocket and a gift card in yours for a later date.