From the beginning of this crisis, Town&Style has strived to be a source of good news, helpful information and positivity. We represent a community of individuals who look for ways to give back to those around them. With that in mind, we are continuously updating this post with how you can help our local restaurants. Together we are stronger. 

PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 information is constantly evolving, so please check an organization’s website for the absolute latest information.

Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria introduces online ordering where customers can select specific pickup or delivery times. Included online will be a tasting menu, specialty bulk and grocery items, curbside cocktails and growlers, morel mushrooms and a new spring menu. KPPO is also bringing back Giveback Tuesdays, where 100% of the profits from each fourth Tuesday of the month will go to a local charity.

Nathaniel Reid Bakery in Kirkwood will reopen May 12 with a limited menu available for curbside pick-up. The bakery will offer curated selections of the bakery’s signature pastries, sandwiches, cakes, macarons, chocolate bars, jams and more. Temporary hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Orders can be placed from 9 a.m. until sold out. Quiche, macarons, pound cakes, individual cakes and large cakes must be ordered 24 hours in advance. To place an order, visit the website or call 314-858-1019. Guests will call the bakery upon arrival, and team members will set their order on a rack outside the bakery. 

Meals for Meds: Over two dozen local faves like Juniper, Knead Bakehouse, Mission Taco Joint and Pi Pizzeria are showing their appreciation for those on the front line of fighting the new coronavirus. This program provides meals for health care professionals while supporting local restaurants. Donations go directly to the restaurant of your choice, which then uses the money to create meals for hospital workers who can place orders free of charge. UPDATE: After rapid growth, Meals for Meds began a partnership with Frontline Foods, a nationwide nonprofit that is part of an effort by celebrity chef Jose Andres and his World Central Kitchen. This new program now offers tax exempt donations and pays restaurants for every meal delivered. Visit for a full list of participating restaurants and to donate.

COMA is selling a coffee labeled Virtual Hug by COMA. Two dollars of every sale goes to the Gateway Resilience Fund. Go to

Circle@Crown Cafe is now offering curbside pickup. You’ll be able to get some of your favorite items like our famous tuna salad, a Circle salad, the Impossible Burger, our delicious cookies and more. To place your order, call 314-412-4350 between 7 a.m. and noon. Pick up your order curbside between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. You pay no tax or tip, but additional donations help support our kosher meal program.

Ces and Judy’s Catering is proud to announce the opening of Ces & Judy’s Kitchen Door, a no-contact pickup and delivery meal program. With a menu changing weekly, orders can be placed for next-day home delivery (no-contact drop off within 10 miles of Frontenac) or pickup at Ces & Judy’s at 10440 German Blvd. in Frontenac. New menu options, along with soft drinks, beer, wine and liquor, will be available online each weekend at with pickup or delivery available Tuesday through Saturday. The company kicked off a wonderful domino effect by donating meals to the Frontenac Police Department, the Frontenac Fire Department and Mercy Hospital, and began receiving a wave of phone calls with people wanting to do the same. Anyone wishing to donate can contribute $10 for a single meal or join with friends and arrange for a hot meal to be delivered to a team of any size.

Panera has begun selling some of its grocery items like produce, milk, cream cheese and yogurt to the public. Select products online and have them delivered with a prepared food order, or pick them up curbside at St. Louis Bread Co. locations. Visit for more information.

Einstein Bros. Bagels: The shop is launching Family Meals at its locations, available by calling ahead or via the company’s app. The meals aim to reduce at-home stress and encourage families to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with each other! Options include Hot & Ready Brunch Box, $29.99; Nova Lox Add-On Kit, $19.99;  Take & Make Pizza Bagel Kit, $9.99; and Take & Make Bagel Deli Kit, $29.99.

Meal Kits from The Loop restaurants:
Pi Pizzeria 6144 Delmar Blvd.
Pizza Kits (in limited quantities, for a limited time)
Order at
GUARANTEED TO BURN (at least 30 minutes of homeschool joy). Fun math and geometry worksheets for all levels will keep kids engaged and mom’s and dad’s minds blown (don’t worry—answers are included). Tag @pi_pizzerias & #pipizzakit with photos of your pizza making for a chance to win a $100 Pi gift card!

Mission Taco Joint 6235 Delmar Blvd.
Feed the Fam with Mission Taco Joint Taco Kits for $49.95 (feeds 4). Place order online, call-in for pick-up, or via delivery through Doordash and Postmates.

Guerrilla Street Food 6120 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
Kaman Kit / Family Meal Package. A fun and unique ready-to-eat meal that feeds 4 to 5 hungry people for $40. You pick: 4 appetizers, 4 entrees, 2 sides; add a gallon of any house made drink for $10. Contact-free carry out or curbside pickup 
Phone: (314) 226-9786

  • Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery: The micro creamery has created four new flavors for spring–Carrot Cake, Wild Oats and the vegan Mystic Brownie–plus a new, easy way to order pints for delivery or curbside pickup. The new naughty flavor joining the rail is The Dude, a nod to everyone’s favorite character from “The Big Lebowski.” Guests are invited to visit one of three ice cream shops for curbside pint pickup or carryout: 1637 S. 18th Street in historic Lafayette Square, 730 DeMun in Clayton, and 4715 Macklind in the South Hampton neighborhood. Starting this month, Clementine’s is also offering local delivery within a 10 mile radius of the DeMun location via text at 314-489-4711. There is a delivery fee of $5 and a 20% mandatory gratuity charge (delivery is free if four or more pints are ordered).
  • Eckert’s: At Eckert’s Country Store and Restaurant in Belleville, IL. (951 S Green Mt Rd) curb-side grocery pick-up is available. Place grocery order via phone (618-233-0513 x 0) or email ( Eckert’s will gather the items and prepare them for pick-up. Guests can virtually shop fresh meats from Eckert’s meat market and deli, breads and baked goods, wines, cheeses and homegrown fruits and veggies. Virtual grocery orders will be accepted from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily. Orders are available for pick-up from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. For available products and hot meals, visit
  • Kaldi’s: Online Ordering/Home Delivery for bags of coffee
    • Kaldi’s created the Gratitude Blend, a coffee that gives back to St. Louis community members in the hospitality industry. Proceeds from sales of the one-pound bags will be donated to The Gateway Resilience Fund, a fund that provides short term monetary relief to employees and owners of independent bars, restaurants, and shops in the St. Louis area affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Bags of the Gratitude Blend are available for $20 (includes shipping costs) online here. 
    • Additionally, in an effort to support the medical community during this time, Kaldi’s also is donating and distributing hundreds of 8 oz. bags of the Gratitude Blend to Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. 
  • King & I: Carryout, Curbside and Delivery, and Online Ordering; 314-771-1777 
    Katie’s Pizza and Pasta Osteria: Curbside, Delivery and Online Ordering, including frozen pizzas shipped to your home
  • Kimchi Guys: The restaurant will partner with Sysco and St. Patrick Center to collect supplies while giving away a free meal to anyone who is part of the local food and beverage, hotel and lodging, and event planning industries every Tuesday for eight weeks from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. through May 12. Call 314-766-4456 30 minutes in advance; pick up inside or curbside. A donation of canned soup, canned chili, canned meat, or bottled water is kindly suggested to help those in need at St. Patrick Center.
  • Mission Taco Joint: Carryout, Curbside, Delivery and Online Ordering
  • Retreat Gastropub: Carryout and Curbside; 314-261-4497
  • Lion’s Choice: Now offering 55% off for all medical workers and first responders. Families can purchase a Lion’s Choice Cub Meal for $1.99 after 4 p.m. every day. Discounted meals are available at all Lion’s Choice locations. All transactions at Lion’s Choice locations are now taking place through the drive-thru. 
  • Lola Jean’s is giving St. Louisa’s a first taste at its plans for dinner service with take-and-bake pizzas, available for carryout and curbside pick-up starting April 9. Pre-orders for the first Lola Jean’s Pizza Night can be placed online now here for pick-up from 4 to 8 p.m. Moving forward, guests can order Mon. through Wed. at 5 p.m. for Thursday pick-up. will be able to order from Monday through Wednesday at 5 p.m. each week for the Thursday pick-up moving forward. Two desserts also will be available for online ordering: Pot de Crème, and Butterscotch Pudding (Budino). For every pizza sold, chef Russell Ping will donate $1 to the Gateway Resilience Fund.
  • PALM Health: The personalized medicine clinic and wellness center at 9160 Clayton Road in Ladue is opening its Cafe & Market to the general public. It knows that eating healthy boosts your immune system, so it’s offering its local, organic and seasonal food for carry out and delivery (within a 3-mile radius) during these unprecedented times. Meals are available between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. Call 314.801.8898 or visit
  • Russell’s Chesterfield: Online Ordering, Carryout and Curbside; (636) 220-3541
  • Russell’s Fenton: Carryout and Curbside; (636) 343-8900
  • Russell’s on Macklind: Carryout and Curbside; Call (314) 553-9994
  • Ruth’s Chris: Curb-side carry out for lunch Fridays in Clayton only, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Curb-side carry out for dinner daily in Clayton and downtown, 4 – 8 p.m.; Drop off catering: call 314.783.9900 (Clayton), 314.259.3200 (Downtown)
  • Schlafly: Carryout and Curbside; Taproom: (314) 241-2337; Bottleworks: (314) 241-2337  
  • Seoul Taco: At all 3 locations, you can get meal kits, cook-at-home foods and grocery items like dairy products and eggs for delivery or pickup.
    Other Promotions:
  • Chao Baan (4087 Chouteau Ave.):
    • All local medical staff receive employee pricing on lunch and dinner meals.
    • All furloughed or unemployed hospitality workers from The Grove can stop by and pick up a lunchbox full of Thai cuisine for just $5.
    • Offering in-house delivery to benefit front-of-house employees. Delivery is available for orders of $50 or more and a 10% gratuity will be added to the bill to go back to front-of-house staff who are delivering meals.
  • King & I (3155 S. Grand Ave.): 20% off all online orders placed online.
  • Mission Taco JointWill be temporarily closing the Central West End location. They will be offering their full menu via carry-out, curbside and delivery (via Postmates and Doordash). They will also be offering a four-person Taco Bar to-go from the Delmar and Soulard locations (carry-out, online ordering and delivery), which includes picks of 2 meats, 2 sides, and lots of taco toppings for $49.95; easily feeds 4 or more. Updated hours of operation: 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. To call-in an order, call (314) 932-5430 for Delmar, 314.858.TACO for Soulard and 636.442.1620 for St. Charles.
  • Retreat Gastropub : Curbside and carry-out pick-up at Retreat Gastropub when guests place an order online or over the phone. Guests are encouraged to purchase gift cards now with 10% off of all gift card sales over $50 to enjoy at a later date. You can purchase gift cards for Yellowbelly here and Retreat Gastropub here. Select merchandise is also available for nation-wide shipping here.
  • Schlafly Beer: The brewery has created Side Work, a hazy IPA available in 4-packs, to support the hospitality industry. Schlafly will donate proceeds from Side Work sales to the Gateway Resilience Fund. It also is donating a majority of proceeds from its Oyster Stout 4-packs (meant for the Stout and Oyster Festival) to the fund.