April 10

Dining In

These SLU restaurants have pivoted to offer delivery or pickup service.

Are you looking to help neighborhood restaurants during these difficult times? A number of local favorites are continuing to operate after pivoting to delivery and pickup options. Check out these special menus and a list of additional SLU restaurants offering delivery or pickup. Do you know of other SLU restaurants offering delivery or pickup? Let us know on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

White Swan Public House

The modern pub on the shores of Lake Union maintains a walk-up window serving up tasty items from its menu (cornmeal crusted rockfish and chips) and bites from sister restaurants Matt in the Market and Radiator Whiskey. 1001 Fairview Ave. N.

The Butcher’s Table

SLU’s spot for mouthwatering steaks has two special meal items: a Mishima Reserve steak dinner for two (24-ounce of classic ribeye with roasted potatoes, cauliflower, steak sauce, and salad) and a Mishima Reserve American Wagyu lasagna with flagship cheese, roasted garlic, and pesto served with Caesar salad (serves 2-4). Additionally, you can purchase bottles of wine and cuts from the butcher shop. 2121 Westlake Ave.

Cask & Trotter

This barbecue mainstay has an excellent family meal on offer. For $50, you get two pounds of meat (choice of brisket, pork, pulled chicken, chicken thighs, pastrami, or Portobello mushroom); two 16-ounce sides (mac & cheese, beans, succotash, coleslaw, creamy coleslaw, potato salad, garlic mashed potatoes, or no-bean chili); four pieces of corn bread with honey and butter; six slider buns or pub buns (by request); sweet and smoky, spicy and Carolina Sauce; house-made dessert; and a bottle of house red wine. 711 Westlake Ave. N.

These restaurants are continuing to offer delivery or pickup:

Bucca di Beppo, 701 Westlake Ave. N.

Tutta Bella, 2200 Westlake Ave.

Jack’s BBQ, 238 Ninth Ave. N.

Lunchbox Laboratory, 1223 Thomas St.

Portage Bay, 391 Terry Ave. N.

Story by Ethan Chung and photographs courtesy of Buca di Beppo, The Butcher's Table, and The White Swan.

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