Most restaurants are still offering takeout after the Dallas County Health Department ordered dine-in restaurant spaces to close.

Luckily, Texas passed a law in September making retail beer and wine sales legal for restaurants that have licenses to sell alcohol by the drink. These are a few of the restaurants we’ve noticed promoting their takeout business.

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Pink Magnolia announced that it is suspending all service and instead is opening Pink Magnolia Pantry, where anyone can pull up and receive supplies, including flour, eggs, sugar, soap, bleach, lemons, limes, paper products, coffee, tea, filters, juices and more. It will be open from noon-4 p.m. every day.

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While supplies last, Michelle is offering all a free bottle of chilled house white wine with all takeout and delivery orders. Notate this on the online ordering app on our website under special instructions or call in to redeem. - - Like you, we are staying on top of all news and will try to accommodate our community as long as feasible. We have lots of longtime supporters who depend on us to provide them with fresh, healthy, and delicious meals: meat-eaters and vegans and everyone in between. - - Our drivers will also deliver other full-prices wine and sake. This has been updated so you can order on our site or through our Facebook page under “Shop Now.” - - - - @livelocal_oakcliff @bishopartsdistrict @bishoparts #zensushidallas #zensushi #bishoparts #eatdallas #supportsmallbusiness #oakcliff #dinnerplans #staystrong #bishopartsdistrict #eaterdallas @oakcliffadvocate

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COVID-19 important update.

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WE’RE LAUNCHING CARRY OUT 🚗 + CURBSIDE ORDERING - CALL 214-653-2426 OR EMAIL . We’ve been working hard all weekend to develop a family menu that can be carried out or we’re happy to bring it right to your car. Not to mention we absolutely still have our @Ubereats and @Caviar menus available via the link in bio. And because a glass of wine sounds like a great idea right now, we can absolutely add a bottle of wine 🍷 to go to your order too! Reach us via the “contact” button on our profile. We urge you to help small, family owned businesses in Dallas. Let us, or another local business cook for you tonight - or any night this week. We’re here for you 🍝

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