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Resy’s Guide to Restaurants Selling Groceries in Portland


As some of Portland’s favorite restaurants have shifted to takeout and delivery, many have also pivoted to stocking up your pantries. Whether you’re looking for staples, or hoping to pop a few restaurant-made meal kits in the freezer for those nights when you just can’t cook, they have you covered.

Here’s a collection of some of the top restaurants selling groceries in the Portland area.

Get a taste of nonna’s recipes with same-day takeout from Tuscan export Burrasca. Order sauces to cook at home, as well as reheatable large-format meals, like Tuscan-style lasagna for eight, meatballs and crespelle alla fiorentina, usually must be ordered in advance. In addition, the restaurant has made its wine list available to go at retail prices. Order here.

Order in advance for pickup every other day from Mexican standbys Xico and Cantina Xica. Dishes change daily, with options including beef barbacoa meals for 2 to 4 people, burrito packs, frozen tamales, fresh tortillas, chips and dips and more. All pick-ups take place at Xico and reheating instructions are included in your order. Order here.

In addition to takeout meals, this Northeast Portland restaurant is offering pasta and other items through its partner, Estes, and you can arrange to have its selection of natural wines delivered to your door; check its 
website and Instagram page for current choices. Those selections change frequently and often many bottles that are available aren’t shown so make sure to check often or ask for options. Order here, or send a direct message via Instagram, and pay through Venmo to avoid fees.

Yakuza’s Italian sister restaurant is also serving up a greatest-hits selection for takeout. The shortened menu features housemade focaccia, salad, affordably priced pastas, and larger plates like steak frites and albacore tuna, in addition to desserts, wine, and a tight selection of dry goods and pantry items, like pasta and tinned fish. Order here.

While the restaurant is not currently open, Laurelhurst Market’s butcher shop has been churning non-stop. Order beef, pork, chicken and sausages to cook at home, sandwiches, deli items, with a full list on the website, and limited butcher boxes found through the restaurant’s
Instagram. Call to order at (503) 206-3097. 

Recreate high tea at home with tea service to go, as well as British pub fare, à la carte pastry items (think crumpets and scones), pantry items and tea sets for rent. Each tea service includes one pot’s worth of loose tea, in addition to options that include sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream, salads and more. Order here

Get dinner and a project from Pok Pok with the restaurant’s meal kits, which include a recipe and all the required ingredients you’ll need to complete the dish. Right now, guests can order Ike’s fish sauce wings or spicy chicken sandwich kits to make food at home, in addition to merchandise. Pickup for any food or merchandise is at the restaurant’s commissary kitchen space in Southeast Portland, 3634 SE 20th Avenue. Order here

Order a daily food kit, which might include, say, spaghetti & meatballs for two with salad, dessert and garlic bread; as well as pantry items to stock your fridge, from this Southeast Portland Italian mainstay. Pantry choices include meats from the restaurant’s whole animal butchery program, sausages, housemade pasta, sauces, frozen meals, gelati, wine, beer and more. Order here.

Keep a little Shizuku in the freezer with the restaurant’s rotating frozen family packs available for pick-up twice a week, though diners will want to check the
website for more up-to-date details. The pack, which includes dishes like gyoza, teriyaki chicken and curry udon noodle, as well as some fresh produce and cheese, is available for $100. Guests can also add à la carte shumai, as well. With limited quantities, reserve yours early here.

In addition to takeout and delivery, you can also get your barbecue fix with
meat-by-the-pound from this Northwest Portland smokehouse. Order here.

These two powerhouse restaurants have combined forces to create an even more popular opportunity. You can order menu items from Tusk, including their beloved hummus and salads, as well as meal kits and more from Ava Gene’s.  And stock up your pantry with the restaurant’s ever-growing list of fresh pastas, pre-made sauces, housemade sauces, CSA boxes, beer, wine and more. Pickups for all items ordered are at Ava Gene’s, where someone will drop the meal in your trunk. Order here.