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It's 6 p.m. on a weeknight, do you know where your dinner is? If not, you're in luck! Seamless is giving BuzzFeed readers 20% off so you never spend another Wednesday night staring into the abyss of your kitchen pantry.
Of course, deciding to order takeout presents a whole new set of problems, namely figuring out what the heck you should order.
*SO!* We rounded up some of our favorite BIPOC- and LGBTQ-owned restaurants across the five boroughs so you can order dinner (or breakfast, lunch, and dessert!) before you get hangry.
1.Fish N' Ting is a Jamaican restaurant in the Bronx that'll satisfy your cravings for Caribbean food.
2.Grandchamps in Bed-Stuy and the Navy Yard area makes delicious Haitian specialities like griyo (sweet, spicy, citrusy marinated pork), pikliz (a condiment made of pickled cabbage, carrots, and peppers), and fried plantains.
3.Haile in the East Village offers Ethiopian staples like injera (a spongy flatbread that's an integral part of Ethiopian meals), doro wot (slow-cooked chicken stew with onions, butter, garlic, and a hard-boiled egg), and gomen (tender collard greens cooked with onion, garlic, ginger, and green pepper).
4.Beatstro in the Bronx honors both Puerto Rican and African American cuisine with tasty options like yuca fries, locrio (a seasoned rice and meat dish similar to a pilaf or paella), and fried chicken sandwiches.
5.Queens Bully in Forest Hills brings the bangin' barbecue to your door. No matter what you choose, whether it's the smoked brisket sandwich, hot wings, or mac 'n' cheese, you can't go wrong!
6.Melba's in Harlem serves up your favorite Southern comfort food, like sweet potato pie, fried chicken and catfish, and mac 'n' cheese.
7.Freshly Made is another delicious option in the Bronx that specializes in juices, smoothies, wraps, paninis, and salads.
8.Fonda has locations in Chelsea, the East Village, and Park Slope so nothing comes between you and Taco Tuesdays. Don't forget the chips and guac!
9.Baz in Little Italy saves the day when you're in desperate need of a BEC, lox, or latkes.
10.Vinateria in Harlem does Italian food the right way — think mafalde with vodka sauce and rosemary pappardelle — so put that jar of store-bought marinara back in the pantry.
11.Huascar & Co. Bake Shop in Hell's Kitchen completes your meal with mouthwatering sweets and baked goods. Key lime pie, Nutella cream puffs, macarons, and guava cream cheese sandwich cookies? Umm, yes please!
Don't forget to enter our exclusive code "BUZZFEED" at checkout for 20% off your next Seamless order through the end of July!
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