New Mexico's public health officials have declared restaurants, breweries, bars and other fun stuff have to close their public spaces and instead offer carry-out, curbside and delivery only.
Alisha Romero, manager at Chow's Chinese Bistro in Midtown, tells SFR the business had to lay off two servers and a dishwasher, but reports that calls for food have had big surges.
"We have been really, really busy in the last few days," she says during Sunday night's dinner hours. "Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were so-so, but since Thursday it was just crazy, which is good."
Here's a list of how various establishments are handling the rules.
If you know of one we missed or haven't gotten to yet, please let us know by dropping a line to Thefork@sfreporter.com.
So. Many. Tacos. For. Delivery.
Slightly reduced hours, yes—still offering delivery through the services and curbside service, also yes. It's Italian food.
Annapurna's World Vegetarian Café
All that vegetarian and vegan goodness for takeout or delivery.
Eldorado's fine, fine dining is bringing it to the curb.
Not only is the gloriously nice place offering to-go, it has devised some wine pairings (because they also sell by the bottle!) to go with some of those things.
Back Road Pizza
Order by phone or online, show up and call to announce your arrival, they'll bring your pizza out.
Beer Creek Brewing
Probably you shouldn't be heading outside town right now, but if you live out there, go for it (they have to-go beers).
The insanely popular and insanely new bread bakery just launched an online storefront and is also available in brick and mortar form from 11 am-2 pm Thursday-Sunday.
Bumble Bee's Baja Grill
Burritos for all at this downtown spot that proudly claims the slowest drive-thru in the world.
The Burger Stand
They're reportedly ready for your orders and doing their best to burg you into the new world.
Cacao: The Art of Chocolate
Amazing chocolate and amazing coffee. Seriously, it's in our top three coffee spots right now and we hear they're offering five-pound bags at the curbside.
New Mexican food is the stuff you need right now. It's pure comfort. Takeout only, but have you had that chile? Yowza.
Good news for you slightly-out-of-town friends.
Yet another beloved local Italian restaurant doing its part with curbside service.
The Water Street restaurant is on the curbside wagon as well. Open from 8 am to 3 pm for lunch and breakfast, and 5 to 8 pm for dinner.
We had an amazing cup o' coffee and grilled sandwich here awhile back, and they're still doing takeout in the Baca Street Railyard area.
Cake's Corner Café
We love the name, you should try 'em.
Chicago Dog Express
What wouldn't a fully loaded chile dog fix right now?
The hours have changed but takeout and delivery are available.
Chow's Chinese Bistro
Always reliable for carry-out, not it's all there is: Sunday 4:45 to 8:30 pm and Monday-Saturday, 11:15 to 2 pm for lunch and 4:45 to 8:30 pm.
French food and baked goods and one heck of a brekkie croissant. Clafoutis is still doing to-go and offers delivery through Fetch.
We like the falafel and the sheesh tewook and the…we like it all, OK? We like it all. According to Cleopatra's website, all call-in orders are 15% off right now, and they do Fetch and GrubHub and Postmates.
The BBQ joint with the big fat menu and the big fat patio we're gonna miss until this all blows over is totally doing takeout still.
Crepes are basically the perfect food, and this crepe place is still doing takeout.
One of the most affordable menus in town is working with the delivery services and offering takeout.
Dr. Field Goods Kitchen, Bakery and Butcher
The Midtown spot you love so much is still offering takeout, and some of the things in that butcher shop look so good it seems almost criminal not to buy them.
Best muffins ever. Great coffee. Have you tried the banana or lemon tarts!?!
Ecco Espresso & Gelato
The Marcy Street gelato and coffee joint is following all the advice of the CDC and, last we saw online, a nurse was thanking them for being open. Owner Matt Durkovich said the new plan is a bodega vibe, with panini and soup usually just offered at lunch coming soon for dinner too.
If it's tacos you're after, you can find them for takeout here.
Word on the street (not the actual street, we're staying home as much as possible) is that El Mesón is kicking off delivery and takeout starting March 20.
Try the carne adovada burrito and thank us later. Or just go with the famous tacos (they have veggie ones, too!) Takeout only (they have a window for those who call in their orders).
One of our favorite places of all time is available for your no-carne burrito needs (and lots of other stuff, too).
We're not sure we've ever seen a restaurant become so quickly beloved in Santa Fe, and this Mexican spot delivers the goods.
Fire & Hops
Expect a rotating menu of items from chef Joel Coleman as well as curbside service.
They've got amazing chile worth carrying out. We once had one of the best breakfasts of our entire lives over there.
Harry's has that sweet, sweet takeout by phone, and they tell SFR they're working on a online platform. Stay tuned.
Can you even call yourself a Santa Fean if you haven't eaten at this iconic temple to spicy chile?
Iconik Coffee Roasters Lupe
The Guadalupe Street iteration of the the third-wave coffee/food spot kicked off a drive-in kind of thing wherein you park in the lot, fire off a text (505-629-0764) with your car make and color and they'll send someone out. You can order inside, too, but you can't hang around.
Iconik Coffee Roasters (Lena Street)
The original is still going, too, and, we might add, has some real good brews. We word good, they brew good.
The wood fire pizza restaurant has reduced its hours to 5-8 pm and is still doing takeout or delivery through the major services.
As of March 17, Izanami was not only giving all proceeds from takeout orders to its staff, it was offering a roll of toilet paper with orders of $50 or more, 2 rolls for orders of $100 or more.
The Southside local favorite is offering to-go items through curbside service.
The sister to downtown's Izmi Sushi remains open in Midtown for takeout.
Similar to Back Road, call 'em then show up and pick up. We're also told that everybody's favorite Guadalupe Street Japanese joint is about to launch a new website to make ordering easier. Stay tuned.
Oh, thank goodness—La Choza is doing takeout. New Mexican at its finest.
La Plazuela @ La Fonda
The restaurant inside Santa Fe's most Plaza-adjacent hotel is now offering curbside pickup for orders. We had an amazing breakfast there not long ago; can recommend, would return.
Love Yourself Café
The Devargas mall veggie/vegan spot (with all kinds of juices and stuff) is still open and taking orders. Obviously you can't hang around there, but there you have it.
Santa Fe's newest pan-Asian restaurant is doing the delivery thing.
Order here at 772-0949 for to-go orders and pick them up at a curbside station set up in the parking lot.
The little Mexican restaurant that can and should and does is offering takeout plus delivery through DoorDash.
New York Deli Downtown
In addition to deli meats and the like, New York Deli is still offering to-go items and coffee.
The St. Francis Drive location is still open for curbside or drive-thru service. It's just plain great coffee, too.
After a couple days of rest, the culinary pub is reportedly back to doing dinner takeout.
You can pick up tapas at La Boca, which is pretty cool if you're locked down with, like, a bunch of people who like to share (please use utensils).
The Cerrillos Road Chinese eatery is serving up dinner for takeout.
Market Steer Steakhouse
For when you really just want a streak because you've been staying home and deserve a little treat. Curbside service.
The New Baking Co.
This place didn't go out of business and then get resurrected to have to deal with this stuff! They're doing takeout and have one of the most popular breakfast burritos ever around.
We hear El Nido's trying out new dishes right now and is ready for to-go orders.
It's right by our office, but even if it weren't, we'd still love this place for its wide variety of choices and amazingly friendly and kind ownership.
Pancho's Gourmet To Go
It's in the name, and this Pecos eatery is ready for you.
Not only is the Cordova Road Indian eatery still doing takeout, they're now selling the dosa batter so folks with lots of time can learn a new thing.
Pho Ava Vietnamese Restaurant
We hear tell that business hours will depend on traffic in the coming days, but if it's Vietnamese you're looking for, Pho Ava's got the takeout.
Easily some of the best sandwiches and pho we've ever had.
Bring on the Mediterranean food! According to the website, you can order online now.
According to Instagram, the pizzeria is offering drive-thru at its downtown location in the Design Center (which is a thing we knew about and never told you because we wanted to keep it to ourselves because we're greedy pizza rats) and curbside service at its Southside spot. Centro also uses Dashing Delivery.
Curbside service, including a pickup window. The pizza's great, the etc.'s also great.
Gluten-free and vegan treats and such to go. As of this writing, they're still churning out the good stuff.
Not only did owner.chef Paddy Rawal humiliate our sworn enemy Bobby Flay on television, he's gonna keep on cooking and allowing people to pick up food.
It's real, it's burgers, it might just be the kind of comforting comfort food to comfort you right now.
You'll still find some of the most popular bread in town along with the entire menu and, we hear, an online ordering system in the works.
True story—we once had a friend eat rattlesnake sausage here. Also true? We had the best eggplant parmesan of our lives at Sasella. Anyway, they're doing lunch and dinner to-go.
We're told chef Fernando Olea is offering a special Mexican street food menu and one heck of a burger right now.
Sunrise Family Restaurant
Another amazing breakfast burrito, pretty wonderfully huge menu otherwise.
Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen
Takeout sounds great from this healthful and delicious spot.
Terra Verde Organic
Organic and family-sized meals for curbside pickup.
Is open for carry-out.
The Pantry Dos
We saw a pretty amazing photo of gargantuan enchilada trays ready to be picked up from The Pantry Dos, and we know the Southside eatery is ready to take your orders.
Piccolino Italian Restaurant
We know some people who will be positively THRILLED to know this spot is still open. Takeout only.
Deep dish rules, the Greek pie rules…this place has the dough, y'know?
Radish & Rye
The place where we had one of the best pieces of salmon in our lives is also the place with one of the largest bourbon menus we've ever seen—fingers crossed Gov. Lujan Grisham approves restaurants selling booze to-go. Til then, R&R's doing takeout at night.
Rowley Farmhouse Ales
So many items, so many beers, so much curbside service. We've loved Rowley for years and now you can, too. They do packaged beer sales as well, and some of those brews are HEADY. They've won awards. Seriously.
Santa Fe Bar & Grill
We hear there's a new curbside service menu and daily specials and stuff.
Santa Fe Dining
Restaurants in the local concern's stable including Blue Corn Café, Maria's, Rio Chama, Rooftop Pizzeria and Las Casa Sena are all offering curbside service and/or delivery through the various apps.
We're not scientists, but we do know that a green chile cheeseburger is probably the best thing for you right now (if you eat meat). ye olde Shake Foundation is still doing takeout as of this writing.
T-Mac Gourmet Mac & Cheese
Get some of the best mac 'n' cheese we've ever had, takeout only.
Tesuque Village Market
Our sources tell us TVM has gone takeout, and that you can still get baked goods, market items and booooooze.
Thai Bistro (Eldorado)
Now's the time to get really into Thai food, people of Eldorado!
The people behind what is arguably the best huevos rancheros we've ever had are getting into curbside service, too. Our sources tell us they're in talks with GrubHub for delivery, but that's not an immediate thing.
Tiny's Restaurant and Lounge
We've heard tell of a massive enchilada tray (plus sides like guac and chips) that serves 20…
Is open for carry-out in the Railyard.
The chile is so good, the takeout is so good, it's all so good, really.
Upper Crust Pizza
As of this writing, the Eldorado and Downtown locations of the local pizza biz are both still offering takeout.
Whole Hog Café
The pulled pork here was one of the things that almost kept us from going vegetarian, and they've got six different sauces. SIX!
The design center spot is still doing takeout or curbside service as well as delivery through the major services (as well as one that's new to us called toasttakeout.com).