Page last updated January 27, 2021
As we try to keep our social distancing game strong, more and more of us are looking at delivery options. We’ve asked local businesses who have delivery services — or have launched delivery services to better serve customers during the COVID-19 pandemic — to reach out and let us know they are out there for you.
But, the situation is fluid, meaning things change rapidly. Check Alberta Health’s website for the latest information on COVID-19 and public safety, and make sure to call ahead if you’re looking for pick-up.
We can’t stress enough that it’s important to heed the directions of public health officials. Thanks for doing your part to support local business and trying to keep yourself and your neighbours safe at the same time.
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A Cappella – The caterer has pivoted and launched a line of individually wrapped meals that can be delivered. As well, there is a new line of “Take and Bake” meals that can be brought home and heated. Order by phone or online before noon the day before pick-up.
Bloom Cookies – The bakeshop on 124th Street specializes in egg & dairy-free vegan cookies, and now offers home delivery.
Blue Plate Diner – The 124th Street-area diner has just added UberEats service which should go live soon.
Bodega – Check the website for Uber Eats delivery and pick-up options at the Bodega locations in Edmonton and St. Albert.
Bon Ton Bakery – This Edmonton institution is open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and ready to serve you safely both in-store and with pre-order curbside pickup.
Bountiful Farmers’ Market – The market now offers delivery of all market essentials to your home, on Fridays and Sundays.
Cafe Blackbird – With temporarily reduced hours (9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily) Cafe Blackbird is able to offer take-out, online ordering and curbside pick-up.
Canteen– “Canteen Curbside” offers contactless pickup of menu items from Thursday-Saturday.
Carol’s Quality Sweets – Candy and chocolate are necessities. Well, at least to most of us. The High Street-area shop is now offering a delivery service.
Central Social Hall – Dining rooms in Edmonton and St. Alberta are closed, but are offering delivery and pick-up service.
Chocorrant Pâtisserie + Cafe – The bakeshop and cafe on 124h Street can deliver its signature cakes, pastries and even meals through Skip The Dishes.
Confetti Sweets – This Sherwood Park-based business now offers delivery six days a week. It is selling Take N Bake cookie dough, cookie mixes, cookie decorating kits and has launched a mini marketplace for local products.
Continental Treat – The restaurant is open seven days a week, from noon-8 p.m., for delivery and pick-up. You can order from anywhere in Edmonton, Sherwood Park or St. Albert. Beer and wine from CT’s carefully curated list are also available.
Cookies By George – The Alberta-based chain of sweet-treat shops offers delivery throughout the Edmonton area. Each cookie is wrapped in cellophane before it goes out, and the kitchens are isolated from the public.
Crum Coffee Bar– The coffeeshop on Calgary Trail South specializes in organic espresso, and continues to deliver online orders.
Dorinku Osaka– Use the online ordering tool or call ahead for pick-up. Delivery service available soon.
Dorinku Tokyo– Use the online ordering tool or call ahead for pick-up. Delivery service available soon.
Easy as Pie – This Edmonton company makes pre-packaged, vacuum-sealed meals. Orders can be made online and are delivered once a week.
Filistix– You can advance-order lunch “batches” or dinners, delivered to your door. Order by 11 a.m. for lunch delivery and by 2 p.m. for dinners.
Flirt Cupcakes– Located on Whyte Avenue, the bakeshop serves a rotating selection of flavours, as well as delivers any orders of a dozen classic mini-cupcakes or more.
Food in The Nūd– The whole foods bakery specializes in plant-based, paleo and gluten-free baked goods and desserts. The bakeshop now offers to arrange delivery for those who can’t visit their storefront.
For the Love of Cheese– The vegan cheesery specializes in dairy-free, gluten-free and plant-based products, and has now added additional delivery dates.
Fox Burger– The new burger spot in Highlands, which earned kudos in our Best Restaurants issue, is offering take-out service. Call ahead or DM order via the Fox Burger Instagram account.
Glass Monkey – Curbside pick-up now available from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Order online or call the restaurant.
Good Stock Restaurant– This plant-based spot has closed its dining room and take-out service for hot meals, so it can focus on preparing frozen take-and-bake items. These heat-and-serve items include lasagnas, shepherd’s pie, chili, burritos, curries and soups. Orders can be placed in the restaurant, or called in or via app.
Gourmet Prep– Offering delivery services, Red Seal chefs create premium meals customized to their customers’ preferences and dietary needs.
Guru– The local Indian restaurant offers delivery of its signature meals throughout Edmonton, including its chicken, beef and seafood dishes.
Hanjan – The Korean eatery now offers delivery throughout Edmonton. The restaurant accepts online orders through the website link on their social media.
Japonais Bistro– Use the online ordering tool or call ahead for pick-up. Delivery service available soon.
Loaf Me – This Edmonton bakery offers curbside pickup at Bountiful Market, as well as delivery service.
Mercer Tavern – The Ice District eatery is offering delivery throughout Edmonton, as well as curbside pick-up.
Mercer’s Catering – The caterer is using its large kitchen to make to-go meals for two. Available for next-day delivery or curbside pickup.
Meuwly’s is set to launch a delivery service for grocery boxes, with meats, cheese and locally made snacks. “Secret Meat Club” charcuterie packages will be available for delivery soon.
The Nook Cafe – The cafe on 97th Street is currently offering to arrange delivery to customers in the nearby area. If you’re located in the Boyle Street Neighbourhood, contact the Nook Cafe to find out if you’re close enough.
Numchok Wilai – This longstanding Thai spot on 124th Street is offering pick-up service.
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market – The market will remain open, but customers will not touch the produce. Vendors will bag the produce for customers, and tap purchases via credit or debit cards is preferred.
On the Edge Coffee– This Downtown Farmers’ Market cafe is offering “no-contact” delivery of beans roasted locally by Grizzlar. Make your orders via the Facebook page.
Paddy’s International Cheese Market– Choose from a selection of Canadian and international cheeses, deli meats and condiments. Curb-side pick-up available. Open Tues-Say
Padmanadi – The local Indonesian-Chinese vegan eatery offers delivery throughout Edmonton, as well as take out at both the downtown and southside locations.
Ragazzi Italian Bistro – Located on Whyte Ave, the restaurant offers delivery within a 7 km radius.
RGE RD – Dining room is closed, but the restaurant is offering butcher packs, take-home meals such as pot pies, sausage and pierogies, and chicken dinners (depending on the day of the week). Look for weekend family dinners. All meals available for pick-up.
Royal Pizza – The Alberta pizza chain has added curbside pick-up to serve customers, in addition to regular delivery services.
Shojo Izakaya – The new Japanese restaurant in the Brewery District has had to do a quick pivot to take-out and delivery. Portion sizes were changed to accommodate singles, couples and families. Take-home frozen wontons are also available.
Siberian Meat Dumplings – Siberian meat dumplings? Described as “like a cross between dumpling/pierogy, high on protein , all-natural ingredients, no fillers, MSG-free, easy-to-prepare in 10 minutes.” Offering delivery service throughout the Edmonton area.
Simply Supper – Plan ahead with Ready-2-Cook freezer meals; heat them up in the comfort of your own home.
Smokehouse BBQ – Pre-packed, fully cooked meals are available for delivery. Smokehouse is also offering grocery service — including fresh or frozen meats and produce — for those who can’t get out to shop.
Sugared and Spiced – The bake shop now offers pre-order service for next-day pick up, and is making deliveries. Call or e-mail to make orders.
Szechuan Mango – The Whyte Avenue eatery serves Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai dishes. The restaurant now offers delivery of all items on its menu.
Toast Culture – Located on Jasper Avenue, the eatery now offers delivery through several online delivery services. Its menu is available for online orders from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Transcend Coffee – Coffee, retail whole-bean and pastries are available for take-out. Customers can come in to one of the Transcend locations and wait while drinks are made or they can pre-order via the website.
Tzin – The 104th Street spot is now offering curbside pick-up.
Upper Crust Café – Located in Old Strathcona, the cafe currently offers delivery between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m, providing oven-ready or freezer-friendly meals in single or family-sized portions.
Uproot Food Collective – A collaboration between Honest Dumplings and South Island Pie, it’s an online store where local producers have a platform to sell their products. Look for items from Honest Dumplings, South Island Pie, Irvings Farm Fresh pork products, Canmore Pasta, Confetti Sweets, etc.
Urban Diner – The diner on 124th Street continues to deliver online orders.
Western Sandwich Company – The local sandwich shop offers home delivery every day, except Monday.
Woodshed Burgers – The burger joint on 124th Street delivers its signature burgers in all forms — you can get one with a gluten-free bun or as a lettuce wrap.
Dine Nineteen – The St. Albert and Terwillegar locations are closed for sit-down dining, but pick-up service is available. Call ahead to order, Sunday to Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m., as well as Friday to Saturday, from 1 to 9 p.m.
Analog Brewing – The brewery has a delivery service, and has created the “Nurse a Pint” program, where supporters can pre-pay for pints that healthcare workers can enjoy when the bars re-open.
Boocha – Edmonton’s first kombucha brewery offers free delivery for orders over $30. Order before 2 p.m. for same-day service.
Hansen Distillery – The distillery continues to offer home delivery of its spirits through an online store.
Roasti Coffee Company – The coffee shop and roastery offers to deliver beans and coffee to anyone in need of a caffeine fix at home.
Town Square Brewing – Located in south Edmonton, the community-based craft brewing company offers delivery of its canned products through several online delivery services.
Be Healthy Pharmacy – The locally owned pharmacy on 149th Street offers prescription drug deliveries throughout Edmonton. You can contact the pharmacist and they will guide you through the process.
Bearspaw Family Pharmacy – The south-side independent pharmacy offers prescription delivery and can prescribe for minor ailments, as well as renewing or extending prescriptions or managing ongoing therapy.
RxDelivery is an Edmonton online delivery service that can refill prescriptions and offers same-day service.
MediSense Pharmacy – This Queen Mary Park pharmacy is offering a free delivery service.
Paws on Wheelz – The local delivery service will provide you with the essentials for your pets. Paws on Wheels delivers pet supplies from several retailers, to Edmonton and surrounding area.