Houston Restaurants in Memorial & Spring Branch Offering Pickup & Delivery — Updated
The Branch at 7710 Long Point (near the intersection at Wirt) is known for fun and indulgence — but did you know there’s also a full KETO menu? Dive into KETO Chicken Fried Steak and the KETO Lamb Vindaloo during the current hours of 5 to 10 p.m. Are carbs your friends? Then a big serving of Tater Tot Nachos is just right for you. Starting on Tuesday, March 22, for the first time The Branch is extending daytime service and the hours will be from 1 to 8 p.m.
Call (832) 623-6725 for pick-up and delivery is also available through GrubHub and DoorDash. Order $57 or more and get a COVID-$19 gift certificate to put towards future orders of $57 or more. Want a more permanent memento of this glorious time in which we are living? Check out the Life Is A Loteria T-Shirt. ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?
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The Memorial and Spring Branch area neighborhoods are homes to thousands of Houston residents. Fortunately, these are also the homes of many Houston restaurants, too. A good, well-priced meal is never far away, especially now. With the current COVID-19 crisis, many restaurant owners are putting in great effort to offer sensible packages, well-priced meals and family specials to feed a crowd. Want to dine after this is all over? There are many buy-one-get-a-bonus gift card specials going on, too, and this is a great way to lend financial support to a key part of Houston’s economy.
In addition, we have an ever-growing, citywide list, which includes a convenient map, and several other neighborhood-specific lists (plus, we are adding more every week):
- Our huge, city-wide list
- Restaurants in Montrose and the Museum District
- Restaurants in The Heights and near Washington Avenue
- Restaurants in the Galleria area
- Restaurants in Downtown and Midtown
- Restaurants in Chinatown/Asiatown
- Restaurants in Cypress
- Restaurants in Spring
- Restaurants in Katy
- Where to Pick Up Breakfast in Houston
Restaurant owners that want to be added can email us for a form that allows us to collect the information we need.
B.B. Italia, 14795 Memorial, (281) 531-0696: In addition to the B.B. Italia Pizza To Go service, there’s also a Family Feast menu that serves up to four people. For the four entrées, choose among eight-inch pizza or a variety of pastas, including Three-Cheese Ravioli and Sunday Ragu. The family-style meals also come with a large salad and four cannoli for dessert. During Pizza Happy Hour, there’s a buy-one-get-one-free deal. B.B. Italia delivers within a three-mile radius. The hours are from 4 to 8 p.m.
Bistro Provence, 13616 Memorial, (713) 827-8008: The cozy French bistro is offering a limited menu for curbside pickup — and wine to go! Just one potential combination is the Boeuf Bourguignon (beef stew with red wine) with mushrooms and bacon for $22 and the 2018 Domaine Tourbillon- Côtes de Rhône for $20. Check the menu online then call to see if your favorites can be picked up curbside. The lunch menu is offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday and dinner is served from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Black Walnut Cafe, 5512 Memorial, (713) 868-1800: Starting at 8 a.m., call in an order for omelettes, chicken and waffles, pancakes and much more. Lunch and dinner is also available until 8 p.m. Desserts are 50% off, all to-go orders get 20% percent off and delivery (no discount) is available through DoorDash, Uber Eats, Favor and Postmates.
BuffBurger 1014 Wirt, (281) 501-9773: The craft burger shop is offering curbside pickup. Orders can be phoned in, or there’s also an online ordering page. Third-party delivery is available via UberEats and Favor.
The Capital Grille, 840 W Sam Houston Pkwy N, (713) 463-5051: In addition to a takeout menu featuring bone-in, dry-aged steaks, roasted chicken and pan-seared fish, customers can also buy hand-carved steaks to buy and cook at home. These even come packaged with seasoning and compound butter. The full take-out menu is online and gift cards are available for purchase. The operating hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Ciro’s Italian Grill, 9755 Katy Freeway, (713) 467-9336: The specials here include half off wine and a bonus $25 reward for a $100 gift card purchase. The to-go dishes include pasta, pizza and fresh baked goods.
Eddie V’s, 12848 Queensbury, (832) 200-2380: From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the popular seafood and steakhouse is offering a take-away menu of seafood and steaks, as well a family-style option that serves up to four people. Some highlights include the Chilean Sea Bass Steamed Hong Kong Style, Salt and Pepper Shrimp Served over Fried Rice and 22 oz USDA Prime bone-in ribeye. Customers can also buy butcher-cut steaks to make at home. Gift cards are available for purchase and the takeout menu is online.
Goode Co. Barbeque, 8911 Katy Freeway, (713) 464-1901: Goode Co. has fed Houstonians barbecue and grilled meat for decades, and for this occasion, family packs that can feed as few as four or as many as 16 are available from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Do order an hour ahead of closing time so there’s time to prepare and deliver your food.) Party packs include meat, sides, slices of Jalapeno Cheese Bread, barbecue sauce, pickles, sliced onions and sliced jalapeños. Feeling thirsty? There’s a selection of prosecco, wine and beer, too. Order and pay online, or order for pickup and pay by phone/pay upon arrival. The restaurant delivers orders of $60 or more for free within a three-mile radius; orders of less than $60 have a delivery fee of $10.
Goode Co. Kitchen & Cantina, 9005 Katy Freeway, (713) 766-3434: Between 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., put in an order for very worthy Tex-Mex dishes, including classic enchilada combo platters. For feeding a crowd, big taco and fajita party packs are a perfect fit, and you can also get fresh margarita mix to go. Just add your own tequila to taste. Order and pay online, or order for pickup and pay by phone/pay upon arrival. The restaurant delivers orders of $60 or more for free within a three-mile radius; orders of less than $60 have a delivery fee of $10.
Jonathan’s The Rub (original), 9061 Gaylord, (713) 465-8200: Jonathan Levine’s original BYOB restaurant is offering curbside pickup, as well as free delivery of its full range of menu offerings within a three-mile radius. Customers can also order paired wines and beers.
Jonathan’s The Rub (Memorial Green), 12505 Memorial, (713) 808-9291: The Memorial Green restaurant, also operated by Jonathan Levine, is offering curbside pickup, as well as free delivery of its full range of menu offerings within a three-mile radius.
Le Peep Restaurant, 9807 Katy Freeway, (713) 783-7337: Between 7 a.m. and 1 p.m., visit for American-style breakfast favorites, including pancakes, omelettes and savory skillets such as the Country Road with grilled breakfast potatoes topped with diced sausage, a blend of melted cheddar cheeses, two basted eggs and a biscuit.
Magnol French Baking, 1500 North Post Oak, (281) 846-6661: This bake shop quickly found fans for its organic French bread, croissants and pastries. In addition, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. there is opera cake, organic baguettes, organic Cranberry Walnut Bread and much more. Gift cards are available for purchase.
Pizaro’s Pizza Napoletana, 11177 Katy Freeway, (713) 485-0530: View the online menu of wood-fired, Neopolitan-style pizza and more, then use code SAVE10 for 10% off your order. You can also call in and pay by phone for the discount. Delivery is available via Favor and DoorDash. The hours are from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Peli Peli Kitchen, 9090 Katy Freeway, (281) 257-9500: Like the larger Peli Peli restaurants (see below under Multiple Locations), this casual spin-off serving South African-inspired fare is offering free delivery for orders of $20 or more to customers within a 2.5 mile radius. There is an online ordering page and catering is also provided. Call in your order and pay via credit card. While the company is hoping to reopen the dining room on March 24, that is tentative and dependent on the COVID-19 situation.
POKII Eatery, 12153 Katy Freeway, (832) 230-3480: From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., this spot serves up Hawaiian-style poke and barbecue. Orders for pickup and payment can be made online or by phone. Upon arrival, call and a restaurant staff member will run your order to your car. Delivery is also available through UberEats, DoorDash and GrubHub, but if you’re close to the restaurant, it might be able to self-deliver.
State Fare Kitchen & Bar, 947 Gessner, (832) 831-0950: Between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. couples or families of up to four can skip the cooking and instead indulge in some specials. The restaurant is delivering direct to 10 to 15 miles (a very generous distance) and those farther away can order via GrubHub. All delivery or curbside pickup orders get a $10 gift card to use next time.
Sweet Paris Creperie and Café, 797 Sorella Court, (832) 770-9086: With an amazing array of crepes, you can get your sweet and savory fix. Try the Turkey, Grapes and Brie; Truffled Caprese; traditional Nutella; the Apple Cinnamon Crème Brulee or a Croque Madame breakfast crepe. For curbside pickup, order and pay by phone or online via GrubHub and call upon arrival. Delivery is also available through Favor, DoorDash, Postmates, and UberEats.
The Union Kitchen, 12538 Memorial, (713) 360-2000: Update, 4/2/20, 11:38 a.m.: All Union Kitchen locations are currently closed.
This restaurant serves an eclectic range of American, seafood, Tex-Mex and Italian dishes from noon until 8 p.m. (The order cut-off is 7 p.m.) Guests can pickup curbside or get free delivery from the restaurant within a three-mile radius for orders of $40 or more. Those a little farther away can get delivery from DoorDash or Favor. Order four or more entrées for pickup and get a free dessert.