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    Here Are Some Of The Best Places For Food Delivery In Manhattan, NYC

    Pizza? Is that you?

    To help prevent the spread of coronavirus, one of the best things we can practice is social distancing. The downside? Many local businesses (including restaurants) are suffering.


    Ordering takeout or delivery is a great way to help keep those places afloat, so if you'd like to have that pasta delivered to your door — go for it! Simply follow these guidelines for ordering delivery right now.

    1. Sauce Restaurant serves up quality, family-style Italian food that will satisfy all of your carb cravings. Think handmade pasta, grass-fed meatballs, and sauces made fresh on the daily.

    2. For burgers and boozy shakes, look no further than Creamline. They work with local farmers and use sustainably-sourced ingredients — and for the vegetarians out there, their Impossible patty is fantastic.

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    Yelp review: "If I could eat any junk food every single day of my life without having to worry about how it might impact my health, I would eat a Creamline cheeseburger with a shake. This place is what dreams are made of. The burgers are perfectly cooked and served on the most delicious sesame seed buns. I got an Amaretto boozy shake that blew my MIND. The sweet potato waffle fries come with a spicy sauce that I think about probably once a day." —Gwen C.

    Delivery options: Uber Eats, Seamless, Grubhub, Caviar

    Location: Meatpacking District

    3. Her Name is Han offers delicious Korean food to warm your soul. *sees slow-cooked pork belly with kimchi and berry wine sauce on the menu* *begins to salivate*

    4. Order soups, dim sum, fried rice, and noodles from King's County Imperial. FYI: Their food is so delicious, you may want to hide it from your roommate.

    5. The family-owned Cascalote Latin Bistro is bound to become your delivery go-to. From tres leches pancakes and huevos rancheros to chicken tacos and sizzling fajitas, it's great for any meal of the day.

    6. The vegan and vegetarian fare at Divya's Kitchen = chef's kiss. Reviewers rave about the vegan lasagna, made with broccoli, carrots, spinach, organic lasagna sheets, sunflower bechamel, sunflower mozzarella, and brown rice lasagna noodles.

    7. Special occasions call for Pepe Rosso To Go, fine Italian dining you can enjoy in the comfort of your own living room. Fresh ingredients and classic menu items (hello, penne vodka) will have you ordering from this spot again and again....and again.

    8. ATTN, picky eaters — Westville is here for you. Their diverse menu offers bites that range from sandwiches and salmon to burgers and Brussels sprouts.

    9. For home-style Vietnamese cooking, bookmark Madame Vo. A menu highlight loved by Yelpers is The Madame Pho: beef broth simmered for 24 hours with rice noodles, cilantro, and optional short rib.

    10. Sofia Pizza Shoppe uses quality ingredients for their fairly small menu — they rely on the tried-and-true classics (think Margherita, Grandma, and white pies) to satisfy your pizza pie cravings.

    11. Authentic Taiwanese cuisine is yours for the taking at 886. From oyster omelettes to cold sesame noodles, your belly is guaranteed to feel happy and satisfied at the end of the meal.

    12. Grilled octopus, duck fat potatoes, and prime steak? All delicious and all can be found at Worthwild, a Chelsea establishment that specializes in American cuisine.

    13. Read my lips: Pub food. Some of the best in Manhattan can be found at Harlem Public, which offers burgers, sandwiches, fun sharing plates, and a delicious brunch menu — brown sugar bacon, anyone?

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    Yelp review: "I think I've lost count of how many times I've been to HP. The food is just too damn good and every time, I visit I fall in love with something new. Finally had the chance to visit for brunch this past weekend and woah. First of all what the hell took me so long? Everything on the brunch menu sounds amazing but the BBLT with tater tots is special. Brown sugar–cured bacon? Yes please! Very fluffy and not ridiculously sweet." —Rossy M.

    Delivery options: Order directly on their website

    Location: Harlem

    14. Mughlai Indian Cuisine serves — surprise! — delicious Indian cuisine. From the chicken tikka to the goat biryani, you'll struggle to decide on which bite is your favorite.

    15. Thai cuisine devotees, listen up: Senn Thai Comfort Food, and their delicious papaya salad and pad see ew, deserve a top-tier spot on your foodie list.

    16. For the love of Thai-inspired cuisine, order food from Bangklyn immediately. Take your pick between basil fried rice, red curry, papaya salad, and coconut milk noodles — or, you know, just sample all of it.

    17. Burrito Box serves exactly what your soul wants right now — burritos. Grilled chicken burritos, steak burritos, burritos with ground beef, burritos stuffed with portobello mushrooms, tofu burritos, etc.

    18. In need of a nutritious lunch? Eva's Kitchen will deliver — literally. We're talking egg white wraps, lentil soups, protein shakes, grilled chicken salads, and the list goes on.

    19. From lemongrass soup to beef curry, Thai Terminal NYC delivers authentic Thai food that is a delight to both your taste buds and your wallet (this place offers amazing lunch specials).

    20. Kopitiam guarantees fresh Nyonya cuisine. Just think: Kaya butter toast, curry puffs, spicy stir-fried duck tongue, and deep-fried five-spice pork roll.

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    Yelp review: "Kopitiam is THE place to go. It serves authentic Malaysian food at an approachable price point for both locals and visitors. It's a casual spot that satisfies cravings you didn't know that you had — from breakfast to lunch to dinner to all the wonderful Malay beverages you could dream up. You absolutely need to go here." —Kathryn T.

    Delivery options: Caviar, Grubhub, Seamless

    Location: Two Bridges

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    Are there any spots in Manhattan that *you* love ordering from? Let us know in the comments — we may even add your suggestion to the post.

    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.