Restaurants are allowed to open both their indoor and outdoor seating areas with restrictions. The governor has allowed restaurants to increase seating to 50 percent although not all restaurants have made the switch. We expect there will be more changes so keep checking back. Customers have to be seated six feet apart inside and out.
It’s hard to keep up with which restaurants are opening, opening only outside or inside and outside or continuing with takeout only. The situation is fluid but we’ll be updating this list. Some restaurants are offering takeout only but just about all restaurants, including upscale venues, are offering takeout. Share your information at [email protected] Please call to check hours before you go.
Reader Nicolas Petryk has taken on the task of compiling all restaurants he’s been able to find in Tallahassee and kindly shares his list. Nicholas is a duty officer for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, a wildlife rescuer for the St. Francis Wildlife Association and an organist/pianist at the Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More. Thank you so much Nicolas!
509 Caribbean Cuisine — The restaurant has a range of islandy fare including Jamaican and Haitian dishes. Among the popular choices are the Haitian dish jon jon with black mushrooms and rice, grilled pork and turkey fried or a sauce. Takeout available from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 2450 Spring Hill Rd.; 850-7651440.
926 Bar & Grill — The venue will be open for carryout, curbside pickup and delivery for lunch and dinner but it won’t be offering dine-in service at this time. 926 W. Tharpe St.; 850-727-8140.
Arepana Latin Grill — “We’ve chosen to keep our dining room closed and continue with take-out Family meals at Arepana,” said chef/owner Nam Vu. Meal packages change. 1176 Capital Circle SE; 850-597-9931.
Artistic Confections — Twinkies. Banana pudding. Cakes. Cookie decorating kits.These are some of the tempting treats at this sweet space. Call to place orders and find out about pickup and delivery. Takeout from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 1712 Thomasville Rd.; 850-577-3000.
AXIOS lifestyle spa — You can now find salads and sandwiches, including build-your-own avocado toast, for takeout at Axios along with a juice bar, smoothies and açaí bowls. Hours: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Saturday. 1122 Thomasville Rd.-765-5064.
Bahn Thai Of Tallahassee — The Thai restaurant is offering its usual array of stir fries, curries and chef’s specials for take-out from 4 to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday. 1319 Monroe St.; 850-224-4765.
The Bark — The vegan restaurant is not yet opening its dining room but you can order by calling or going online at thebarkfl.square.site/ for pick up or delivery. Along with the vegan menu offers cheese options that can be added to sandwiches or eggs. Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. 507 Saints St. 850-900-5936.
Chi Chi’s — Closed. The Cuban restaurant has closed due to the coronavirus. 460 W. Tennessee St.; 850-597-7588.
Dao’s — The refined restaurant, which offers Japanese, sushi and Asian fusion, has returned to takeout and delivery. 3425 Bannerman Rd.; 850-999-1482.
Dave’s Pizza Garage — The restaurant is open for takeout only at this time. Along with pizza, Dave’s serves roast beef sandwiches, wings, pizza logs, poutine (the Canadian dish with cheese and gravy), calzones and cookies. There is a patio outside for limited seating.Kerry Forest Pkwy.; 850-597-9456. More information at Dave’s website: restaurantji.com/fl/tallahassee/daves-pizza-garage-/
Five Guys — The chain burger restaurants are serving takeout and no-contact delivery at their sites in Capital Plaza, 1872 Thomasville Rd., 850-597-7514, 850-597-7514; 3499 Thomasville Rd.; 850-894-1490. No inside service. You can bring your food outside and eat on the patio.
G & G Caribbean Restaurant – Apalachee Parkway –The restaurant serves island-influenced items like jerked chicken, curried goat and curries at G&G; open for takeout and delivery through Bite Squad. If you pick up in person, you order on the premises. Open 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. 745 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-222-9157.
The Hideaway/Waterworks — The retro cafe, The Hideaway, which is adjacent to island-themed Waterworks, is open for breakfast and lunch takeout and is the new pickup hub for the Red Hills Online Market. Waterworks is open for takeout and curbside service. The Hideaway hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday and Waterworks is open 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 1133 Thomasville Rd.; 850-224-1887.
Joy Luck Place — The Chinese restaurant is offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery. Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday.1002 N. Monroe St.; 850-222-1115.
Kami Poke Korean Kitchen — The new restaurant, currently open for takeout only, features Korean-style poké bowls and sushi, fried chicken wings, Japchae (glass noodles), Korean seafood pancake, teriyaki ramen and other Korean specialties. It’s open from 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. 1779 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-765-8272.
KitchenAble Cooking School and Catering — You might not be able to experience the fun of cooking classes taught by Jessica Bright McMullen, but you can still get a taste of her home-cooked meals. Check her online menus at kitchenable. Dishes, which change daily, are active until they are sold out. Preorder at 850-264-2308 or online. Pick up your meal between 4 and 6 p.m. by the back door at her cooking school, which is located in one of the Lake Ella cottages at 1635 N. Monroe St.
Kool Beanz — A Tallahassee institution, Kool Beanz is closed temporarily due to the coronavirus. 921 Thomasville Rd.; 850-224-2466.
Korean BBQ And More — This hidden gem, owned by Seunghwan “Swan” Lee, a native of Seoul, has moved to a new location at 1490 Apalachee Pkwy. Lee’s Korean market will remain on Tennessee St. 2624 W. Tennessee St.; 850-574-4151.
Lemon Pepper — The fairly new restaurant, known for its fish and chicken dishes (including wings), is open for takeout and delivery. Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. 510 W. Brevard St.; 850-815-5707.
Leola’s Crab Shack — The longtime spot for snow crabs and blue crabs, fried fish, shrimp, wings — and their can’t-miss garlic sauce is offering takeout service only but also love the snow crabs, blue crabs, fried fish and shrimp, wings and garlic sauce. Very informal indoor and outdoor seating. Leola’s food truck makes the rounds across north Florida. 710 W. Orange Dr.; 850-575-0395.
Liberty Bar, El Cocinero, The Hawthorn Bistro & Bakery and Bar 1903 — Owner Jesse Edmunds has returned to take-out at for Liberty, Hawthorn and Bar 1903. El Concinero’s menu is available through Liberty because a new venue for the restaurant is being built in Midtown. Liberty, 1307 Monroe St.; 850-354-8277. Hawthorn, 1307 N. Monroe St.; 850-354-8275. Bar 1903 at 209 E. Park Ave.; 850-354-9739.
Maria Maria Homemade Mexican Cuisine & Bakery — The family-owned Mexican restaurant, which opened in July 2019, is sticking to curbside takeout and delivery only for now. “We will operate this way for at least 1-2 more weeks until we continue to see cases and numbers lower and we feel it’s safe enough for our guest and our staff,” according to Maria Maria’s Facebook page. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering small bites, appetizers, entrees and desserts. 314 Monroe St.; 850-270-9057.
Miller’s Ale House — The casual restaurant and sports bar is open for to-go service, carryout and delivery from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 722 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-222-0364.
Munchies Pizza — The pizzeria turns out New York-style pizza but has created a lot of buzz with its Chicago-style pie, which is nearly two inches high. Each slice so hearty it’s like a meal. Munchies also offers chicken wings, garlic knots, sandwiches, salads and appetizers. Hours are 11 a.m. to midnight Monday to Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday, 11 a..m to 2:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday. Hours are later when students are on campus. 605 W. Virginia St.; 850-759-0660.
New Orleans Seafood — The small venue, which serves dishes from the Big Easy, offers mostly takeout but two tables in the venue will be available again starting on Monday, May 11. Hours are 10:30 to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday. 2819 Mahan Dr.-727-8464.
Olean’s — You can come into the venerable soul food restaurant to order your food but take it home to eat. You can also call to order and pick up or get delivery through DoorDash. Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Saturday. 1605 S. Adams St.; 850-521-0259. 444 W. College Ave., Suite 112; 850-553-1352.
Pho Me Vietnamese Noodle Bar — The Vietnamese restaurant offers a variety of its namesake soups, noodle dishes, sandwiches, including banh mi, spring rolls and summer rolls for takeout or delivery. Open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday to Friday and noon to 8:30 p.m. continuous on Saturday-Sunday. 2320 Apalachee Pkwy.-597-9051.
Real Sarap — Offering an authentic taste of the Philippines, Real Sarap is open currently for takeout/pickup and delivery through Bite Squad. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 435 W. Tennessee St.; 850-224-7325.
Sahara Greek & Lebanese Cafe — Sahara is offering its menu, with family meals available, for takeout and delivery. Sahara has opened a second location in Atlanta. 1135 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-656-1800.
Sam’s Country Buffet — Sam’s has reopened but customers will be ord from the menu not the buffet, for takeout only. Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday to Friday. 1214 Capital Circle NE; 850-765-9732.
Siam Bistro — The local Thai restaurant offers an array of traditional dishes. 6808 Thomasville Rd.; 850-692-3953.
Sweet Pea — The vegan restaurant has reopened. You order at the door, wait outside, and they’ll call your name when the order is ready. Sweet Pea is still accepting only credit/debit, Apple Pay, Android Pay for the time being. 832 W. Tharpe St.; 850-692-3476.
Tan’s Asian Cafe — Known for its Indonesian cuisine, Tan’s offers generous portions of exotic as well as familiar dishes. You can order takeout daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. When you order, an employee will bring your food to the outside gate. 2743 Capital Cir NE. 850-523-4282.
Tasty Pastry — The bakery offers an array of pastries, birthday cakes and breads plus items like casseroles and quiches. Takeout only. Delivery charge is $5 for orders under $40 and free for orders over $40. Hours are 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily from Monday to Saturday. deliver birthday cakes. 1355 Market St.; 850-893-3752.
TC Bakery feat. Ma Mary’s — You can find pork chop baskets and other items (check for updates) plus cakes at the diner and the only bakery on Tallahassee’s South Side. Order whole cakes or buy them by the slice. TC Bakery is open for takeout from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.Tuesday to Saturday. You can also get delivery through Bite Squad. 614 Eugenia St., 850-577-1776.
Thai Place — Diners rave about the Tom Kha soup, basil fried rice, seafood and chicken curry but there’s lots more to try on the extensive menu. The Thai restaurant is open for takeout only from Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 to 8 p.m. 2915 Kerry Forest Pkwy.; 850-597-9663.
Uptown — The longtime breakfast and lunch spot is waiting to include dining inside but there are plans to slowly reopen. Customers can eat their takeout meals on outside tables. Takeout meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and apricot-glazed salmon and groceries togo still available. 1325 Miccosukee Rd.; 850-219-9800.
Venebites — Adolfo Morales and his wife Lisseth Gonzalez, owners of this casual restaurant, which opened this winter, are offering Venezuelan-style arepas with a variety of fillings, tequeños (cigar-shaped goodies made with a light crust wrapped around salty white cheese and fried) and desserts. They’re open daily, except Monday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. 217 E. Third Ave.; 850-727-7641.
Vertigo — The casual burger restaurant is open daily for curbside pickup. Salads, chicken, mahi mahi and shrimp burger and sides also available. 1370 Market St,; 850-894-5060.
DINING OUTSIDE ONLY
Bird’s Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack — Bird’s is back, but not yet opening up its dining areas. You can still eat like a Bird’s fan by ordering takeout or delivery (within a five-mile radius) from noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 325 N. Bronough St.; 850-222-1075.
Black Dog Cafe — The laid-back coffee shop at Lake Ella is offering outdoor service on its patio. There’s no indoor seating, but you can get your coffee at their new counter: window or counter service. The cafe’s new counter has an acrylic screen, Proof hand sanitizer and arrows for ordering. You can still order online and pick up at the cafe’s window or if you’re not leaving the house, send an email to [email protected] about delivering bulk coffee if possible. 229 Lake Ella Dr.; 850-224-2518.
Hilltop Country Store — The family-owned deli, restaurant and convenience store features an array of home-cooked dishes. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday to Sunday for dining outside or takeout. They stop serving wings at 7:15 p.m. and hot food at 7:30 p.m. The store and deli are open to 8 p.m. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Wednesday. 14807 Mahan Dr. 850-906-0752.
Food Glorious Food— The contemporary restaurant has gone back to outside dining (with new tables and umbrellas) and curbside takeout. FGF hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and reopening from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. On Sunday FGF will be open from 10 a.m. to 2:30 and 5:30 to 8:30 dinner. Liquor and wine available. 1950 Thomasville Rd.; 850-224-9974.
Gaines Street Pies— Gaines Street is serving its menu in its courtyard beer garden — no inside dining. Takeout and carryout customers will continue to pick up food at the War Horse pickup window. The War Horse Whiskey Bar is connected to Gaines Street Pies. Customers can place orders at the outdoor ordering station or on the website, gainesstreetpies.com. Enter your table number when you check out and your food and drink will be delivered to your table. Parties must be under 10 people and customers must stay with the group they arrived with. Leave everything on the table when you’re finished and the staff will sanitize it for the next guest. Hours are 5 p.m. to midnight daily. 603 W. Gaines St; 850-765-9275.
Izzy’s Pub and Sushi — The Japanese restaurant and sake bar has reopened and is serving both lunch and dinner. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Dinner is served from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The restaurant, next to Midtown Reader, has a patio out front. Takeout available as well. 1123 Thomasville Rd.; 850-222-5000.
Jeri’s Midtown Cafe — Jeri’s is offering dining in its patio and is continuing takeout and delivery service. 1123 Thomasville Rd.; 850-385-7268.
Lofty Pursuits — The restaurant and ice cream parlor, with housemade candy, toys and games is open for pickup and delivery. You can also eat on the patio. You can order to go or eat in the expanded outdoor patio. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday. Open daily for ice cream from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1355 Market St.; 850-521-0091.
Midtown Caboose –– The burger and sandwich shop known for its creative combos has reopened for outdoor dining along with takeout, curbside service and delivery for the time being. 1406 N. Meridian Rd.; 850-521-1933.
Table 23 — Diners will be seated outdoors with proper social distancing and minimal indoor seating. Reservations are welcome but not required. Curbside takeout service will continue with mimosa fixins’ to go — bottles of champagne and orange juice. 1215 Thomasville Rd.; 850-329-2261. Top photo, credit Table 23.
Railroad Square Craft House — The restaurant is open with seating outside only on its expansive patio area, open tentatively from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Curbside takeout and sangria to go will still be available. 644 McDonnell Dr.; 850-296-3496
DINING OUTDOORS AND INDOORS
Aaru’s — The restaurant, which has new outside decks, is now open with inside and outside dining, said owner Chetana Kadam. Takeout is still available. 1108 S. Magnolia Dr.; 850-350-0129.
Andrews Downtown — Located just steps from the Capitol building, Andrews is now offering indoor seating as well as outdoor dining. Andrews will start serving Sunday brunch on June 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Andrews is also offering a new menu. 228 S. Adams St.; 850) 222-3444.
Backwoods Bistro — The restaurant is open with limited outside, bar and high-top seating along with take out and delivery. Backwoods Bistro also offers items from the Backwood Crossings’ garden. Live music starting back up. 401 E. Tennessee St.; 850-320-6345.
Backwoods Crossing — The farm-to-table restaurant has reopened its restaurant with dining inside and the outdoor area offering its full menu inside and for curbside pickup. Hours are 4 to 9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 4 t 8 p.m. Wednesday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday. The restaurant is also offering “Sea To Table” tuna caught by Jesse Rice, chef and co-owner of Backwoods Cross and Backwoods Bistro with brother Tyler, Jesse, who has a commercial fishing license, divides the fish into one pound and two pound packages, flash frozen for storage. The restaurant is also offering drive-in movie nights at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday nights and a farmers’ market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. 6725 Mahan Dr.; 850-765-3753.
Bada Bean — The family-run breakfast and lunch spot is open for dining inside and out and for takeout. The full menu is available as well as preordered family meals for pick up. Visit www.thebadabean.com and select online ordering. 2500 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-562-2326.
Blu Halo — The fine dining restaurant has reopened with seating in the dining room and seating in an enlarged outdoor dining area. “This will basically bring the whole staff back,” said owner Keith Paniucki. Blu Halo will offer its full menu. Takeout food and cocktails will still be available. 3431 Bannerman Rd.; 850-999-1696.
Boru Boru — The Asian fusion restaurant has reopened its dining room with inside and outside seating (to the back and side of the restaurant). Boru Boru will still offer curbside pickup, ordering ahead via Clover (online ordering), and delivery via third-party systems (BiteSquad, UberEats, and GrubHub). 1861 W. Tennessee St.; 850-270-9253.
Brass Taps — The bar and eatery is serving food, beer and cocktails inside and for takeout. 1321 Thomasville Rd.; 850-320-6300.
Cabos Island Grill and Bar — The restaurant has reopened its dining room and enhanced its patio. The menu features tacos, burgers, sandwiches, salads, entrees and specials. Takeout still available. 1221 Apalachee Pkwy,; 850-878-7707.
Canopy Road — The restaurants is serving food inside and out. Disposable menus will be used for any customer requesting a menu and the menu is available online as well. Tallahassee locations are 1913 N. Monroe St., 850-668-6600; 3196, Merchants Row Blvd. in Southwood, 850-329-2827; 1779 Apalachee Pkwy., 850-727-0263; 2202 NE Capital Circle, 850-893-0466.
Clusters & Hops — After being open only for retail business since the coronavirus shutdowns, Clusters & Hops has resumed a limited service full menu this week. A more limited menu is still available for takeout. The restaurant will be open evenings only for now from 5 to 9:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday. No reservations accepted. There will be four tables available inside, three outside and four at their 20-foot bar. The restaurant asks that diners “Please wear your face mask while waiting.” 707 N. Monroe St.; 850-222-2669.
The Egg Cafe and Eatery: The breakfast and lunch destination located downtown and off Capital Circle offers bayou cakes, Benedicts, pancakes, omelets, sandwiches, mimosas and Bloody Marys. Open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily except Mondays. 3740 Austin Davis Dr., 850-765-0703; 300 S. Duval St.; 850-907-3447.
The Edison & Power Plant Cafe — Overlooking Cascades Park, The Edison is opening its covered patio spaces upstairs and downstairs for eating outside. Dog friendly. Full bar. The restaurant is continuing all parkside window pick up, curbside and delivery options. Suwannee St.; 850-765-9771.
Four Rivers Smokehouse — The barbecue restaurant offers pulled pork, brisket, pulled chicken, ribs and traditional sides. Inside and outside takeout. 1817 Thomasville Rd.; 844-474-8377.
Georgio’s Fine Food & Spirits — The restaurant is offering seating inside and in its outdoor covered veranda. Georgio’s will continue its takeout, curbside service as well. 2971 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-877-3211.
The Good Berry — This sweet nook is open for dining in (with one or two tables), outside and takeout. The Good Berry specializes in sorbet made from South America’s sweet-tart berry, açaí. Owners Joan-Manuel Pouparina and Ariel Sonnino serve açaí bowls along with smoothies and avocado toast. Here’s a place where you can find toppings like bee pollen and chia seeds instead of sprinkles and candy bars. 1325 Thomasville Road, 850-778-5167. The College Town location is temporarily closed. 631 W. Madison St. (by the Catalyst apartments).
Grove Market Cafe — Customers can now dine on the large patio outside Grove Market, from David and Elizabeth Gwynn, the chefs and owners of Cypress Restaurant. Some inside space. Breakfast and lunch still available for curbside pickup. 1370 Market St.; 850-894-5060.
Hangar 38 — The 190-seat restaurant and family entertainment center is reopen with dining and outside. Arcade games will be available with play only at every other machine. The bowling alley, also every other alley, will be open. Owner Keith Paniucki said a staff person will be dedicated to sanitizing games and bowling alley equipment aside from restaurant safety practices. Takeout, with family meal options, will still be available. 6668 Thomasville Rd.; 850-999-2606.
Hobbit American Grill East, West and South — You can dine inside or outside at the sports bar or opt for curbside service and delivery. East location, 400 Capital Circle SE (850-402-2900); West location, 2020 Pensacola St. (850-576-1009); South location, 5032 Capital Circle SW (850-942-4505).
Il Lusso — The upscale downtown restaurant for dining inside and out from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday and 5 p.m. to 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Provision boxes, batched cocktails and family meals will be available curbside at this time. 201 E. Park Ave,; 850-765-8620.
Izzy’s Pub and Sushi — The Japanese restaurant and sake bar has reopened and is serving both lunch and dinner inside and outside. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Dinner is served from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The restaurant, next to Midtown Reader, has a patio out front. Takeout available as well. 1123 Thomasville Rd.; 850-222-5000.
Little Italy — The family-run Italian restaurant offers traditional dishes like antipasto, spaghetti and meatballs, eggplant Florentine, lasagna, shrimp scampi and pizza. There’s dining inside and on the patio. 111 S. Magnolia Dr.; 850-878-7781.
Little Paris — The French restaurant is open with new menu additions, offering seating indoors and outside. Takeout still available. 1355 Market St.; 850-765-7457.
Locos Tacos & Bar — The authentic Mexican restaurant is open for seating in its dining room and there are picnic tables outside. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Takeout also available. 1525 W. Tharpe St.; 850-597-7741.
Madison Social— The restaurant is open for dining inside and on the patio. Madison Social will continue with takeout and pickup but will not be open late. Crowlers to go. 705 S. Woodward Ave.; 850-894-6276.
Mayuri — The Indian restaurant, which moved to a new location last summer, is offering its menu — with its buffet to come– with seating in its indoor dining room and outdoor patio. Takeout and delivery also available. 1324 Simpson Ave.; 850-402-9993.
McGowan’s Hops & Grapes — The gastropub has reopened with limited inside seating and outside tables. McGowan’s, also known for its wine list and craft beer, will still offer curbside service with online ordering. 3431 Bannerman Rd.; 850-999-8505.
Milano Pizzeria — The Italian restaurant is open for dining inside and on the outdoor deck. Curbside takeout and delivery are also available. Italian pastas, salads, subs, pizzas and family-style options are available. 514 W. Tharpe St.; 850-270-9100.
Mimi’s Table Tallahassee — The restaurant will be open inside and out. Reservations will be required due to limited seating. Mimi’s will continue its curbside takeout service as well. 1311 Miccosukee Rd.; 850-999-8406.
Momo’s — The longtime pizza parlor is open for inside and outside dining at its Tennessee Street and Market Street locations. Takeout and pickup also available. 1416 W. Tennessee St., 850-224-9808 and 1410 Market St.; 850-412-0222.
OverUnder — The lounge and restaurant, in the former home of Wine Loft, was barely open when the virus hit. The space is limiting parties to eight or less, with indoor and outdoor dining. 1240 Thomasville Rd.; 850-597-7552.
Rankins’ Tacos — The restaurant, which recently made the move from food truck to brick mortar restaurant, will be opening its dining room for one handicapped accessible table as well as soda machines and restrooms. Otherwise all of the seating will be outdoors. Owner Roger Rankin said he is also building a ramp from the deck to a green space that will allow for more seating. Takeout for lunch and dinner still available. 2386 Allen Rd.; 850-877-8226.
Sage: A Restaurant — The fine dining restaurant is open for inside and outside dining. Reservations are suggested. Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for Sunday brunch. Sage will still offer takeout cocktails. 3534 Maclay Blvd.; 850-270-9396.
SōDOUGH Baking Co. — The bakery is open for inside and outside dining. 1306 Thomasville Rd.; ; 850-765-8991.
Super Perros Colombian Restaurant — The Colombian restaurant is open for inside and outside dining, takeout and delivery from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Not surprisingly the menu includes elaborate hot dog combinations (perros means dog in Spanish), as well as tacos, arepas, churrasco and lots of Colombian specialties. 2010 W. Tennessee St.; 850-421-2378.
Table 23 — The restaurant, which has a sprawling patio area, will be open for dinner at 5 p.m. Diners will be seated outdoors with proper social distancing and minimal indoor seating. Reservations are welcome but not required. Curbside takeout service will continue with mimosa fixins’ to go — bottles of champagne and orange juice. 1215 Thomasville Rd.; 850-329-2261. Top photo, credit Table 23.
Township Tallahassee — The College Town bar and restaurant, located across from Madison Social, is open for dining in, pickup and delivery from 4 to 10 .m. pick up and delivery. You must purchase food if ordering drinks. 619 S. Woodward Ave.; 850-597-8075.
Uptown — The longtime breakfast and lunch spot is offering dining inside and outside. Takeout meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and apricot-glazed salmon and groceries togo still available. 1325 Miccosukee Rd.; 850-219-9800.
Voodoo Dog — This funky, fun eatery has reopened for inside and outside dining. Voodoo is still offering curbside pickup, takeout and delivery. You have plenty of options including three family meals that bring six, nine or 12 dogs to mix and match plus sides, toppings, and fries as well as the regular menu. Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m Sunday to Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 805 S. Macomb St.; 850-224-0005.
Z. Bardhi’s — The classic Italian restaurant is reopening its dining room and outside patio for dinner and weekend brunches. Z. Bardhi’s is open for dinner nightly and brunch Saturday and Sunday. 3596 Kinhega Dr.; 850-894-9919.
DINING INSIDE ONLY
Applebee’s Grill & Bar — The casual chain restaurant is offering dine-in, carside to go service and delivery. 1355 Apalachee Pkwy, 1388 Capital Circle NW 850-574-1444.
Auntie’s Kitchen & Catering — The soul food restaurant offers cafeteria service with dishes like oxtails, fried chicken, pork chops, chitterlings, collard greens, mac ‘ n cheese and cornbread. Takeout and delivery services available. Hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. 1815 S. Adams St.; 850-577-1400.
Azu Lucy Ho’s — The longtime Asian restaurant is offering dining in service as well as takeout and curbside pickup from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. 3220 Apalachee Pkwy; 850- 893-4112.
Bagel Bagel — The bagel shop is open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 2401 W. Pensacola St.; 850-574-1814.
Barnaby’s Family Inn — The pizzeria, also known for its spaghetti combos, wings and fried chicken, is offering seating inside along with takeout and curbside service. Barnaby’s is currently open from 11 to 8 Wednesday to Sunday and closed Monday and Tuesday. 2331 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-878-8708.
BJ’s Restaurant/Brewhouse — BJ’s will be open regular hours. Takeout service still available. 1749 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-216-2010.
Casa Grande Bar & Grill Mexican Restaurant — The Mexican restaurant is open for dining in plus takeout and catering. The restaurant offers appetizers, dinners, desserts and drinks with vegetarian choices. Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. 3212 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-402-0733.
Chicken Salad Chick — Customers can eat on premises at both locations from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Curbside takeout service also available. 1496 Apalachee Pkwy.-402-0653. Also 1410 Market St.; 850-894-2502.
Coosh’s — Coosh’s locations in the Northeast and College Town are back open for regular hours (except for shorter hours for brunch on Mother’s Day) for inside and outside dining per the new guidelines. You can still order family meals (call ahead) or the regular menu for takeout. 6267 Water Oak Rd., 850-894-4110; 705 S. Woodward Ave., 850-597-9505.
Cypress Restaurant — Cypress, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, has reopened its dining room. Chef David Gwynn, Cypress co-owner with his wife, Elizabeth, said the menu will be “in the style of Southern tapas/small plates. A lot like our wine dinners.” The lineup will include original dishes along with new choices. Hours will be 4:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. There’s a new reservation system with Resy. Cypress is accepting only reservations for now — there’s a link on the website. Cypress will offering takeout food and cocktails to go tonight (June 10) and then resume on Tuesday (June 16). 320 E. Tennessee St.; 850-513-1100.
Decent Pizza — The pizzeria has reopened its dining room and offers takeout. 1026 N. Monroe St.; 850-222-6400.
The Egg Cafe & Eatery: The restaurant is open with limited indoor dining and on the outdoor patio at its site on Austin Davis Avenue, open for breakfast, brunch or lunch with a cocktail. It’s open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday. 3740 Austin Davis Ave.; 850-765-0703. The downtown site recently reopened for the same hours at 300 S. Duval St.; 850-907-3447.
Essence of India — The restaurant has reopened for dining Lunch specials, but no buffet, and the full dinner menu is available. Parties are limited to eight or less. Essence of India still offers takeout and curbside service and delivery through Bite Squad and Doordash, said Rony Joseph, partner and owner of Essence of India. 1105 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-656-7200.
El Viroleño — This storefront restaurant specializes in home-cooked food from El Salvador. The specialty is pupusas, round hearty corn cakes made by hand each day — a Salvadoran street snack. You’ll also find tacos, empanadas and dinner entrees. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. Takeout available and delivery by Bite Squad. Northampton Shopping Center, 2910 Kerry Forest Pkwy.-906-0123.
Firehouse Subs — The sub shop chain is offering minimal seating as well as takeout or delivery but check your location for hours and policy. Multiple locations.
Goodies — The downtown sandwich shop and deli is open for dining in from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Goodies will still be offering takeout as well. 116 E. College Ave.; 850-681-3888.
Habanas Boardwalk — The Cuban restaurant has divided the space into two sections with separate entrances, according to Habanas Facebook page. The door on the right is for dine in only, the door on the left for take out only. “We will wear mask, gloves, and sanitized everything.” 2819 Mahan Dr.; 850-391-9111.
Hopkins Eatery — The homey lunch and bakery spots are open for dine-in with more limited seating and takeout. You can still find the restaurant’s homemade cakes and pies, along with a selection of sandwiches, soups and salad. Hopkins’ eateries are at 1660 N. Monroe, 850-386-4258; 1208 Capital Circle SE, 850-325-6422; 1415 Market St., 850-668-0311.
Isabella’s Pizza Napoletana — You can order Isabella’s signature Neapolitan-style pizza and other items and eat them inside but they’re served in disposable containers and boxes. Gelato is also available. Isabella’s is open daily except Monday. Hours 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday. 799 W. Gaines St.; 850-558-63
Jason’s Deli — The deli has dining inside plus curbside takeout, drive-thru and delivery. 2335 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-402-0135.
Junction at Monroe — The Junction reopened May 24 and is offering food, live music and karaoke. The Junction is offering its full menu, including sloppy Joes, tacos and BBQ as well as a full liquor bar, wine and craft beer. It’s open from 5 to 11 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. 2011 S. Monroe St.; 850-629-9526.
La Tiendita Mexican Restaurant — The Mexican restaurant is offering service inside as well as curbside pickup. You can process your payment carside with a card reader order online at latienditatally.com and pay ahead of time. 1840 N. Monroe St.; 850-523-1494.
Little Masa — The Asian restaurant is offering inside dining and service at two small outdoor tables. Takeout is available along delivery by Uber Eats, Grubhub, Bite Squad and Postmates. Hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. College Town, 619 S. Woodward Ave.; 850-727-8909.
Longhorn Steakhouse — Longhorn is now offering service in its dining room as well as curbside takeout. 2400 N. Monroe St.; 850-385-4028.
Lucilla — The cozy cafe offers a la carte dishes, family meals, sangria and wine and beer discounts for dining in and takeout. The menu changes regularly. Hours are currently 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. Call or email [email protected] and click for pdf menus. For more information, visit the website at lucillatallahassee.com/ 1241 E. Lafayette St.; 850-900-5117.
Lucy & Leo’s — The cupcake shop is open in its cozy nook on the second floor of Midtown Reader. Lucy & Leo’s owner Paula Lukas is also operating her food truck. Check FaceBook for updates for food truck appearances, usually outside Midtown Reader. Lucas said she is offering her menu of cupcakes, coffee, cookies and “pupcakes” for your pooch. Curbside pickup also available. 1123 Thomasville Rd.; 850-765-0374.
Marie Livingston’s Steakhouse –– Open more than two decades, the local steakhouse has opened its dining room for service. Marie Livingston is continuing takeout and catering. Barbecue is available at lunch and steaks are served all day. Hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday to Friday and and 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday. 2705 Apalachee Pkwy.’ 850-562-2525.
Masa — The restaurant, serving Asian cuisine and sushi, has reopened for dining and is offering inside and outside seating as well as takeout. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily for lunch and 4:30 to 9 p.m. daily for dinner. lunch 11:30 to 2:30 daily and 4:30 to 9 daily. 1650 N. Monroe St.; 850-727-4183.
OG Subs — The sub shop, known for its huge sandwiches, has a small dining in area as well as takeout and delivery. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. 444 W. College Ave.; 850-553-1352.
Park’s Twisted Pizzeria and Grill — Josh Park opened this new spot on June 8 at 2819 Mahan Dr. in the former home of Da Khyber Grill –that’s the shopping center with Habana’s Boardwalk, New Orleans Seafood and Wok N Roll Tally. He formerly owned a pizza shop in Midtown, with work beginning on his new pizzeria just before the shutdowns hit. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday; 850-999-8147.
Pappas Diner — Peter Pappas creates Greek, Italian and American classics, with an extensive breakfast menu. The restaurant is available for dining in and takeout from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 2531 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-391-9585.
Persis Indian Grill — The Indian restaurant is open for dining in or takeout, with a lunch buffet. Persis Indian Grill, 3111 Mahan Drive, Ste 26 and 27, 850-877-8899. Hours are currently 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 5:30 to 10 p.m. Friday and on Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., reopening at 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday hours are the same as Saturday hours but the restaurant closes at 9:30 a.m. Parties are limited to eight or less. Persis Indian grill offer takeout/curbside service / online order through www.persistally.com /. Delivery through Bite Squad, Uber Eats, Grubhub, Doordash and Postmates. 3111 Mahan Drive; 850-877-8899.
Proper — The restaurant is open on weekends and offering curbside pickup from Tuesday to Thursday. 1320 S. Monroe St.; 850-577-0517.
Reangthai Restaurant — The Thai restaurant is open daily for takeout, curbside service and Bite Squad delivery, with the chef’s homemade sauces also available for takeout. 2740 Capital Circle NE; 850-386-7898.
Riccardo’s Restaurant –– Owners John and Alicia Acedo offer their full menu of homey Italian cuisine for takeout as well. 1950 Thomasville Rd.; 850-386-3988.
Sahara Greek & Lebanese Cafe — Sahara is offering its menu, with family meals available, for dine-in service, takeout and delivery. Sahara has opened a second location in Atlanta. 1135 Apalachee Pkwy.; 850-656-1800.
Savour — Reservations are being accepted for dining at the downtown restaurant, featuring a new Spring menu and new wine and cocktail menu. 115 E. Park Ave.; 850-765-6966.
Shell Oyster Bar — The longtime restaurant has a few tables for dining inside plus Shell’s is offering seafood combos and sandwiches for takeout. You can also order oysters (when available) shucked or on the half-shell. Shell’s is open from 11 a.m. to about 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Cash only. 14 Famu Way.-224-9919.
Shula’s 347 — The hotel steakhouse is open for dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. Reservations are suggested. 415 N. Monroe St.; 850-224-6005.
Village Pizza & Pasta — Village Pizza is open for dining inside and you can also get curbside takeout and delivery. The Italian restaurant serves pastas, salads, subs and pizzas. Family-style dishes are available Village Square Blvd.; 850-893-9001.
Wodchuck’s Cafe — The folksy restaurant is open for dining in for Woodchuck’s breakfast and lunch fare and for takeout and homemade cupcakes. Owner and Tallahassee native Chris Benfield has been cooking local favorites for more than 18 years. 2520 W. Tharpe St.; 850-224-9766.