Restaurants offering to-go, delivery, curbside services in Sugar Land, Missouri City

Vietnamese Steak & Eggs ($14.99) from Toast Breakfast Brunch Lunch is made with locally sourced, marinated, center-cut top sirloin and served with two eggs, a side salad and La Baccia toast. (Beth Marshall/Community Impact Newspaper)
Vietnamese Steak & Eggs ($14.99) from Toast Breakfast Brunch Lunch is made with locally sourced, marinated, center-cut top sirloin and served with two eggs, a side salad and La Baccia toast. (Beth Marshall/Community Impact Newspaper)

Vietnamese Steak & Eggs ($14.99) from Toast Breakfast Brunch Lunch is made with locally sourced, marinated, center-cut top sirloin and served with two eggs, a side salad and La Baccia toast. (Beth Marshall/Community Impact Newspaper)

Editor's note: This story was last updated at 3:59 p.m. March 20 and will continue to be updated with more restaurants and the latest information.

Fort Bend County Judge KP George, along with Fort Bend County Health & Human Services, issued updated guidelines March 18 requiring restaurant owners to limit services to delivery, takeout and drive-thru options until March 31.

Patrons can do their part by ordering online or over the phone and paying electronically rather than with cash or coins.

Below are some eateries in Sugar Land and Missouri City that are emphasizing the utilization of delivery and to-go options.

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Sugar Land

Guru Burgers and Crepes, Japaneiro’s,
and Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Co. are all offering 20% off curbside pickup phone orders, excluding lunch specials and happy hour specials. Patrons can place curbside pickup orders or request delivery through the DoorDash app. The eateries began postponing in-restaurant dining March 17 and have adjusted service hours to 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Only credit card payments will be accepted.

Toast Breakfast Brunch Lunch is offering curbside pickup with 10% off orders and free delivery within a 5-mile radius for orders of $40 or more. Guests can still choose to dine in, and workers are disinfecting thoroughly and spacing customers out to maintain social distance.

Live Oak Grill is open for takeout and delivery only as of March 18. Customers can order through DoorDash or pick up orders curbside.

Pacific Coast Tacos is closed to dine-in customers as of March 18 until April 1. The restaurant will accept online orders, call-in orders and DoorDash orders with an extra 20% off all curbside to-go orders. Customers who purchase a $25 gift card will get a free $5.

OMG Burger is taking to-go orders and providing home delivery services only. No dine-in services will be available until further notice. Hours of operation have been updated to 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Fanoosh Burgers & Bites is offering free personal delivery provided by staff to avoid handling by other delivery platforms. This applies to a 10-mile radius on orders of $35 or more. Pickup options are also available, and family packs are available at a discounted rate for anyone with affected family members.

Gyro Republic has delivery options available through UberEats, DoorDash and Grub Hub.

El Tiempo-Stafford is open for catering, delivery, walk-in and to-go orders as well as UberEats, Favor and DoorDash delivery services.

Poketo is offering 20% off curbside pickup phone orders from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Deliveries can also be made through the DoorDash app. In-store dining will not be available beginning March 17.

Decadent Dessert Bar Sugar Land is open for takeout and delivery only. While restrictions are in place, the location will be closed for dine-in options. Delivery services include UberEats and Door Dash.

Vino and Vinyl has 100% of its dinner menu available for pickup and is offering 25% off of beer and wine to-go orders. Delivery options are available through DoorDash. The restaurant is also offering family meals that will serve four adults for $50 through delivery. The restaurant said on Facebook that while its dining room is closed, the patio will be available for guests wanting to picnic in Town Square.

Bellagreen announced several delivery and pickup options in an email to customers on March 17. On orders of $20 or more, the restaurant will offer free delivery when ordering online with the code "BELLACARES." Additionally, customers can save $5 on in-store pickup orders of $20 or more when the order is placed online or over the phone. The restaurant said it is also planning to roll out curbside pickup in the next few days.

Jambetos Bakery & Cafe, a Filipino restaurant, is taking to-go orders through its website.

Azuma on the Lake is offering 15% off all food ordered for curbside pickup, takeout and delivery through the restaurant. Patrons can also order delivery service through DoorDash and UberEats. The restaurant has temporarily adjusted their hours to be from noon-7:30 p.m.

Aling's Chinese Cuisine is offering curbside pickup, delivery through Favor within a 5-mile radius or Aling's delivery within 5-10 miles.

Black Bear Diner's Sugar Land location is offering takeout for curbside pick-up. Delivery services are also available via DoorDash, UberEats and Postmates.

Missouri City

Asia Blue has closed its dining room and is taking to-go orders for pickup.

Big Easy Bistro has closed its dining room, converting all restaurant operations to to-go and curbside pickup service, as of March 17. The restaurant remains open for its regular hours.

Brandani’s Burgers, Tacos & Brews and Brandani’s Restaurant and Wine Bar began offering curbside pickup options on March 12. The restaurants are also running deals on taco party packs and chicken fried steak party packs. Check social media for availability.

Brooklyn Pizzeria is continuing to-go, pickup and delivery options at its Missouri City restaurants as of March 18. Additionally, the restaurant is offering customers the option for curbside assistance, where patrons place and pay for orders online ahead of time.

Old Hickory Inn BBQ is taking to-go orders online or over the phone and is also offering curbside pickup. Delivery from the restaurant is available using DoorDash and UberEats. Additionally, the restaurant has upped sanitation efforts in high-frequency areas. Customers can save 10% when ordering online with code "OHI10."

Sushi Monster has takeout and delivery options available.

Texas Biergarten is offering delivery options for customers with a "no contact" delivery option, meaning restaurant workers will be delivering food by putting fresh gloves on for each delivery and maintaining social distance. The eatery is also offering hot-and-ready, family-style meals for delivery with an optional bottle of wine or six-pack of beer. Family-style meal packs vary day to day. Customers can also bring in growlers to be filled with one of the 31 beers on tap. Texas Biergarten is also planning to offer brunch the weekend of March 20-22.

Bean Here Coffee is serving coffee, tea, pastries, coffee beans roasted in-house, smoothies, frappes and grilled panini sandwiches, along with a selection of beer and wine for pickup, to-go and curbside. Orders can be placed through the Bean Here Coffee app, via phone, or at the counter.

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