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Resy’s Guide to Restaurants Selling Groceries in Boston


Yes, you can now order takeout or delivery from many of Boston’s best restaurants, but some have taken the extra step of selling readymade foods and other pantry essentials. Whether that means scratch-made pastas and sauces, DIY pizza kits, or even Angostura bitters for your next old fashioned, here’s a rundown of venues to help restock. Don’t forget: Now is the time to support the restaurants you love. (If you’re specifically looking to get wine to go, we have a guide for that, too.) 



Food-wise, Alcove is selling fresh rigatoni by the pound, plus pasta salad, bread and butter, spicy marinara, and nut-free pesto by the pint. It is also hooking up home bartenders with cocktail supplies including Angostura bitters, simple syrup, blue cheese-stuffed olives, bags of ice, and mixes for making everything from bloody marys to margaritas. Order online for pick-up or get delivery

Natick’s farm-to-table favorite is baking fresh sourdough loaves on the daily, in addition to making homemade pasta including pappardelle and campanile, sauces like marinara and pesto, and heartier fare such as meatballs and bacon quiches. Order online for takeout, curbside pick-up, and delivery.

The buzzy enoteca from current “Top Chef” contender Karen Akunowicz is selling fresh pasta and sauces as well as pantry items including olive oil, baguettes, and all-purpose flour via takeout from 12 to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Check the daily-changing menu online and call (617) 766 8630 to place an order for takeout, or get delivery.

From 4 to 10 p.m., Thursday through Sunday, The Salty Pig is selling DIY pizza kits in addition to a full takeout menu. The kit includes enough dough, sauce, cheese, and toppings (pick from pepperoni or pork sausage) to bake two pies at home. Call (617) 536 6200 to place an order for takeout, or get delivery.

Shy Bird is selling “take and bake” items including chicken and vegetarian pot pies, chicken soup by the quart, tea cakes, and family-size portions of its sister restaurant Eastern Standard’s famous rigatoni. The restaurant is also distributing an enormous range of grocery items ranging from hot sauce to granola bars, plus general essentials like toilet paper, tampons, and Tylenol. Order online for takeout or delivery. 

In addition to ready-to-eat pizza and pasta options, this Dorchester Italian spot is vending DIY “Old School Pizza” kits containing everything needed to make two pies topped with onions, peppers and pepperoni (you can also order a kit with extra cheese). Call (617) 822 1918 to place an order for curbside pick-up between 4 and 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

From Wednesday through Sunday, Sarma is offering a takeout menu that includes avgolemono soup by the pint and pantry items such as coffee, za’atar and quarts of olive oil. Find updated menus here and call (617) 764 4464 to place an order for pick-up.