You live in Brooklyn. Sure, it's not Manhattan, but you can still get pretty much anything at any time of day or night delivered to your door.
The food in Brooklyn is incredible, but sometimes your favorite spot doesn't deliver. We get it; it's kind of hard to make kickass food AND have people delivering said kickass food to your door in such a short period of time that it will still taste, well... kickass.
Caviar is the app that's delivering legit gourmet dishes from your favorite restaurants right to your door or desk.
That's where Caviar comes in. You haven't heard about Caviar?
Well, you're in luck, Brooklynites, because Caviar is the app that's delivering legit gourmet dishes from your favorite restaurants right to your door or desk.
All you need to do is check out their app, put in some basic info, and boom! You're ready to order from Caviar's astounding selection of restaurants.
Caviar doesn't believe that settling for delivery is settling. Good. We don't think you should ever settle.
If you didn't know that Court Street Grocers or Mighty Quinn's Barbeque could deliver delicious food right to you in 30-45 minutes, you probably didn't know about Caviar.
But now you do. Check out this amazing list of restaurants you can have meals delivered right now through Caviar. You're welcome.
1. Bar Chuko
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Have you been to Chuko and some of their incredibly flavorful ramen?
Well, this is Chuko's second location, knocking out quality cuisine that has delighted hungry Brooklynites looking for a good time. But what if you don't want to get out of bed just for some quality food?
Have no fear, you can order Bar Chuko's chicken bone ramen to slurp down in the comfort of your own apartment. Plus, the chicken broth, poached chicken, woodear, and lemon will give you the spark you need to get your sh*t together for a night out.
But don't forget to order the spicy tuna, or you'll be seriously disappointed. Everyone needs a little spice in their life.
2. Blue Ribbon Brooklyn
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Have a hankering for fried chicken but a fear of burning your apartment building down in a catastrophic failed attempt to fry poultry?
How about you let the professionals do the frying, and you just enjoy delicious chicken from Blue Ribbon Brooklyn?
Make sure to start with the beet and goat cheese salad. You know your diet is just going to go out the window once you catch a whiff of that crispy, golden fried chicken, so you might as well try and start healthy.
Plus, it's delicious. With beets, goat cheese, orange segments, endive, watercress, candied walnuts and pomegranate vinaigrette, you'll forget it's healthy.
Then comes the piece de resistance: a quartette of chicken with a fried breast, wing, thigh, and leg, with a side of mashed potatoes and collard greens. Ah, our mouths are watering already.
3. Court Street Grocers
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You can get a good hero pretty much anywhere in New York City, but what if you are way too hungover to get yourself from your bed to your bodega guy for the necessary nourishment to get you back in tip-top shape?
Guess what? Court Street Grocers delivers. Well, because of Caviar they do.
There's not many places in NYC where you can get a pork roll egg and cheese sandwich. You can at Court Street Grocers.
Yes, the BEC is an incredible hangover cure, but a PEC (pork roll egg and cheese) might just be one step better, especially when made on a Martin's potato roll.
Or you can go whole hog and try "The Delight." It's got house-corned beef brisket, Muenster, coleslaw, Guss' full sour pickles, and "Come-back" sauce all sandwiched between Orwashers rye bread.
If you're not hungry after that description, we can't be friends.
4. Fette Sau
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It's a little known fact that you can actually get seriously delicious, authentic barbecue in NYC. Don't believe us? Try it for yourself. Trust us, we're not wrong.
Fette Sau uses a mix of woods (red & white oak, maple, beach and cherry) to smoke their meats. They also only use a dry rub during cooking on their organic, small family farmed animals.
Their devotion to the animal and the BBQ craft means you're eating some seriously incredible meats.
Try the black angus beef brisket. It's coated with their dry rub and slow smoked. The result is a tender, flavorful piece of meat that will make you believe in NYC BBQ.
You get half a pound of meat per order, along with half a pickle, two rolls, and two house-made sauces... for only $15?! We'd say that's a deal.
5. Frankies Spuntino 457
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Are you an Italian? Great, don't insult your ancestors by purchasing jarred sauce in the super market. Instead, make sure you go to a Nonna approved Italian restaurant, like Frankies Sputino, for some classic cooking. Or better yet, order in.
We're diggin' their house-made gnocchi with marinara, pecorino romano, a drizzle of olive oil, and a big dollop of ricotta cheese.
Not in the mood for carbs? What kind of Italian are you? Instead, try the sweet sausage, roasted red peppers and onions over polenta.
The sausage isn't just any old link; it's a browned ground fennel sausage from Faicco's, so it's a big step up from anything you could make in your tiny kitchen.
6. Kings County Imperial
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Sometimes when you want Chinese food, you just want some seriously flavorful, quality cuisine rather than the typical NYC corner Chinese restaurant.
That's when you go to a place like Kings County Imperial. But did you know you could get their gourmet Chinese food delivered? Yep! Now you know.
First off, did you know that Kings County Imperial has their own soy sauce made in China and shipped over in barrels? This place is serious about their cooking.
You must order the white broiler chicken dumplings. They're not greasy, oily, or overly salty. Essentially, they're the goldilocks of dumplings. They're just right.
We're also obsessed with the "Mapo Dofu," or mined pork, Sichuan peppercorn, and handmade tofu. There's not too many other Chinese joints hand making their tofu and delivering it in Brooklyn. Oh, best part yet? Order some beer. It's a thing.
7. Mighty Quinn's Barbeque
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Remember how we said that people don't believe that NYC can bust out some bangin' barbecue? Yea, those people are wrong.
NYC is home to some of the absolute best barbecue restaurants in the country. And guess what? One of them delivers in Brooklyn... Well, they do only because of Caviar.
Mighty Quinn's is a Brooklyn BBQ powerhouse, relying on quality ingredients-- even their wood --and time to perfect the cut into a tender, juicy piece of meat.
If you're a true BBQ lover you're chowing down on their burnt ends sandwich. What are burnt ends?
Exactly what they sound like... they're the caramelized ends of the brisket that have absorbed the most amount of smoke of the meat. They're then simmered in their house made bbq sauce. Delicious.
8. Pok Pok Phat Thai
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Ever heard of a guy named Anthony Bourdain? You must have, he's been in the news a bunch for developing a pretty dope indoor food market.
Well, he visited Pok Pok on his show, "No Reservations." Let's just say he called it "the best, and tastiest, and 'most authentic'" food.
Good enough for us.
We're going with traditional thai food from Pok Pok, like "Phat Thai Ruam" or rice noodles cooked in rendered pork fat with tamarind, fish sauce, palm sugar, peanuts, dried tofu, dried shrimp, preserved radish, egg, garlic, chives, bean sprouts, prawns, and ground pork.
We're also ordering "Ike's Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings," because how can we pass up wings?
They're made with natural chicken wings that have been marinated in fish sauce and sugar, deep fried, then tossed in a caramelized Phu Quoc fish sauce and garlic. Essentially, they're chicken wings taken to the next level.
When you're getting food from Saltie, you're not going to get the typical bodega lunch meat. You're going to be getting a gourmet take on a pretty simple concept: the sandwich.
These sandwiches are so creative and unique, it's almost impossible to pick just one... so we tend to order multiple. It's worth it.
We love the "Special Sandwich." It's a pretty beastly sandwich stuffed with pork milanese, breaded pork cutlet with caper and anchovy mayonnaise.
We also love the "Clean Slate." It's an open sandwich with hummus, bulgar, pickled vegetables, and yogurt sauce built on naan bread. Plus, we won't feel guilty after eating one of these sandwiches.
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Most places typically strive to be as authentic as they can to a certain cuisine.
However, Talde boasts that they are "proudly inauthentic" serving up Asian-American food from the Philippines to Brooklyn. We dig it even more because they're wildly unpretentious about the categorization of their food.
We're in love with the "Kung Pao Chicken Wings and Waffles." It's essentially a play on the traditional NYC chicken and waffles with an asian flare.
Just the right amount of spice from the wings and sweetness from the coconut brown butter syrup, it's a must from Talde.
Want something a bit more savory? Try the "Crispy Oyster and Bacon Pad Thai" or the "Vietnamese Garlic Shrimp," made with pomelo, escarole, and peanuts. Whatever you order, just make sure you get an order of tater tots. Because tots make life worthwhile. #truth.
11. The Meatball Shop
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What could be better than big, juicy, flavorful... balls?
Meatballs that is.
Nothing could be better than the meatballs from The Meatball Shop, a relative newcomer to the NYC foodie scene, but certainly not an underdog.
Whether you're grabbing some naked classic beef balls or a hero with your choice of balls (you can choose from beef, pork, chicken, or veggie), you will not be disappointed.
But don't forget the sides.
The Meatball Shop's mashed potatoes have a serious fanbase, and for good reason. They're delicious.
12. Wilma Jean
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Fried pickles? For delivery?
We're just going to go with, "Yes, please, and thank you!" because thanks to Caviar, Wilma Jean is delivering delicious southern comfort foods to the streets of Brooklyn.
Yeah, including fried pickles... can you tell we really like their fried pickles?
If pickles aren't your thing (gasp!) get the fried bologna sandwich. It's fried bologna served on a potato bun with iceberg lettuce and yellow mustard. Simple, but incredibly flavorful.
Or, try the fried chicken burrito with "hoppin' john fried rice," country ham, and collard greens.
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Emily loves pizza, and pizza loves Emily... therefore we love Emily because, well, pizza.
The pizza they're serving up is cooked in a wood fired oven, meaning you're going to get crisp food with a smokey flavor that just cannot be replicated without this cooking method. It's incredible.
We love the "Lady Pizza Girl."
It's a white pizza with ricotta, havarti, muchroom, pickled chili, mixed herbs and basil. If white pizza isn't your thing, try the "RM3!" with red sauce, havarti, pepperoni, sausage and ham. It's for the true meat lover inside you.
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