New Delivery Options for the Colder Months
As the temperature gets colder, food delivery becomes that much more crucial. Fortunately, there’s always something delicious and convenient right around the corner, such as these new restaurant delivery options to try out this season.
Seattle-style teriyaki can now be had in the comfort of your home, courtesy of Glaze Teriyaki. The new Lakeview eatery rolled out delivery recently, accessible via Grub Hub. The full menu is available during normal hours of operation, from 11:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., for delivery within a two-mile radius of the restaurant. Far from average delivery, Glaze Teriyaki provides a fresher, more locally inspired approach with an emphasis on gluten-free and wholesome cookery. Teriyaki plates include rice and side salad, with protein choices like chicken breast, salmon, steak, and tofu. There’s also salad plates, combo plates, and sides like steamed edamame, cold soba noodle salad, shrimp shumai, shishito peppers, cucumber salad, charred pork rib, and more.
There’s nothing like a burly platter of barbecue to help bolster you through the imminent winter months. Pork Shoppe in Andersonville has risen to the occasion with its new delivery service. The restaurant sports a pretty wide delivery range too, with northern limits at Main Street in Evanston, Belmont to the south, and Kedzie to the west. The menu is all about meaty comfort food, featuring their famous pork belly pastrami, chopped brisket, creamed corn, baked beans, brisket tacos, hot links, and beyond.
For when that beef craving sets in during lunch hour, Corned Beef Factory is ready to meet your meat needs. Available for ordering via Grub Hub, the sandwich-focused lunch spot in the West Loop provides corned beef sandwiches, pastrami, Reubens, Italian beef, hot dogs, and something called Tom and Jerry, which is half pastrami and half corned beef on rye bread.
And since January and February are an apt time to carb up, Pleasant House Bakery’s bread program, Pleasant House Bread, is available for home delivery via Artizone. Some of the best bread in the city, the loaves are naturally leavened from organic grains and wood-fired. There’s also croissants and doughnuts for something a bit more decadent.
- Matt Kirouac