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Go Get Em Tiger
4630 Hollywood Blvd., Los Feliz
Go Get Em Tiger has locations all over LA that usually serve top-notch coffee, incredible pastries, and some very delicious savory breakfast plates, but it’s switched up its operations toward supporting employees while directly serving the needs of the community. GGET has adapted with a pantry assortment for pickup or delivery: regular and nondairy milk, rice, dried beans, whole loaves of banana bread, concentrates of the chai tea and turmeric ginger brew (so you can mix them at home), and more.
Homestate
4624 Hollywood Blvd., Los Feliz
The Tex-Mex spot has had a few iterations of service over the past few weeks, finally landing on a program that the owners feel keeps their staff the safest while providing food (and margaritas) to the public. They’ve significantly abbreviated the regular menu to just the hits, plus pantry items (eggs, milk, TP). Definitely try the Homestate at Home experience: family-size ready-made versions of house specialties like fresh flour tortillas, guacamole, salsa, shredded brisket, beans, pickled jalapeños, and most importantly, cookie dough.
Little Dom’s
2128 Hillhurst Ave., Los Feliz
A Friday night curbside seat under the Little Dom’s canopy right as the sun starts to dip over the hills is one of the great pleasures of Los Feliz. The Italian restaurant’s perfect Little Gem salad showered in Parmesan and a generous bowl of meatball pasta is another. Now, amid the shutdown, Little Dom’s has pivoted to takeout, with a full three-course menu for $25. Plus, it’s transformed its next-door deli into a nifty grocer with California citrus, ripe avocados, eggs, butter, and fresh vegetables available alongside fresh-baked focaccia.
All Time
2040 Hillhurst Ave., Los Feliz
Los Feliz fixture All Time turns out hyperfresh California cuisine with a modern edge, and that has not changed. The restaurant has always had a fun Instagram presence, but it has been incredible to watch it pivot, innovate, and problem-solve in real time as a food business during the pandemic. In addition to keeping staff employed and local farmers supported, the owners are looking for ways to care for their community. They’ve moved to an online-only order and payment system (even for a coffee), and they’ve put together a variety of SOS kits, with basic groceries like eggs, milk, coffee, and even toilet paper, and created a helpful tab with cooking instructions on their site. And adding a bottle of wine is always an option. Order online here (we heartily recommend the hot sauce aioli breakfast sandwich and DIY brisket tacos) for curbside pickup or home delivery.
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