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Which Stony Plain Road & Area restaurants are open for take-out and delivery?

Stony Plain Road & Area Restaurant Update 

Please see the following information on the restaurants that are part of our BIA. Some restaurants may be temporarily closed. Please pay attention to a restaurant’s hours of operation before placing an order. 


Astros Restaurant
10038 167 Street NW T5P 3W4

Take-out: 780.484.6707

Delivery: SkiptheDishes


Ban Thai
15726 100 Avenue NW T5P 0L1

Pickup Orders: 780.449.9345

Delivery: Skip the Dishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.bangkokkitchenthai.ca/


Boston Pizza
180 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Delivery/Pickup: 780.429.9999

Order via website:

https://bostonpizza.com/en/index.html

* Curb-side pickup available, free delivery or 15% off take-out orders 


Brado’s Pizza 
15648 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Z4

Take-out and delivery: 780.483.1736

Menu:

https://bradospizza.ca/


Bucas & Pastas
16516 100 Avenue NW T5P 4Y2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Café Rista
14213 103 Avenue NW T5N 3Y6

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Deep Dish Chicago Pizza (West End Location) – 16203 Stony Plain Road 

Pickup & Delivery: 780.413.8866

Website/Menu:

http://cddp.ca/


Chopped Leaf
114 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Earls – 9961 170th Street 

Take-out: 780.481.2222

Delivery: Skipthedishes 

Website/Menu:

https://earls.ca/

*20% off your order for take-out

*30% off food for healthcare workers and first responders, available for take-out only, and excluded from 20% off your take-out order.


Guru Restaurant
17021 100 Avenue NW T5S 1T9

Delivery & Take-out: 780.399.8210

Website/Menu:

http://gururestaurant.com/westend/ 

*Free delivery in the Edmonton area and 10% off take-out orders. Visit their Instagram page (@guru_restaurant) to see their Lock it Down Menu, available until April 30 for pick-up only.


Hap’s Hungry House
16060 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Z9

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Il Forno
14981 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 4W1

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Island Café & Bistro
9923 170 Street NW T5P 4S2

Take-out: 780.481.0884

Delivery: SkiptheDishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.islandcafebistro.com/

* Closed Mondays 


Joey Restaurant 
130 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Curb-side pick-up: 780.487.8060

Delivery: Doordash 

Website/Menu:

https://joeyrestaurants.com/


Kazoku Ramen
16518 100 Avenue NW T5P 4Y2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Lava Rock Grill & Sushi
110 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Take-out: 780.760.1210

Delivery: Uber Eats 

Website/Menu:

https://www.facebook.com/LAVArockYEG/


Little Village – A Tiny Greek Kitchen
14816 Stony Plain Road NW T5N 3S5

Take-out: Call or text 780.719.6424 

Website/Menu:

http://littlevillagecatering.ca/


Mucho Burrito
184 Mayfield Common NW  T5P 4B3

Delivery: SkiptheDishes, Uber Eats, Doordash

Website/Menu: 

https://muchoburrito.com/


Olive Garden
10121 171 Street NW T5S 1S6

Take-out: Order online on their website or call 780.484.0700

Website/Menu:

https://www.olivegarden.com/home


Only the Good Stuff
15135 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Y2

Delivery & Take-out: 780.930.1789

Website/Menu:

https://www.facebook.com/OGSYEG/


OPA Souvlaki
17008 100 Avenue NW T5S 2E7

Take-out: 780.443.1242

Delivery: SkiptheDishes

Website/Menu: 

https://opasouvlaki.ca/


Pho Binh Vietnamese Restaurant
15055 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 4W1

Take-out: 780.444.7841

Delivery: SkiptheDishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.pho-binh.com/


Ricky’s All Day Grill
9917 170 Street NW T5P 4S2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Sushi Garden Japanese Restaurant
10401 Mayfield Road NW T5P 4C8

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Tasty Tomato Italian Eatery Inc.
14233 Stony Plain Road NW T5N 3R4

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


*If your Stony Plain Road & Area restaurant is missing, please contact
communications.spr@gmail.com 

What is thingsthatareopen.com and how can it benefit my business?

During this uncertain time, Edmontonians are seeking out ways to support their local businesses. That’s where thingsthatareopen.com comes in. ‘Things that are open,’ is a site managed by Lift Interactive Digital Marketing. The goal of the site is to build a central hub where users will find information on local businesses and services that are serving the community throughout the COVID-19 crisis. 

At ‘Things that are open,’ businesses and organizations will communicate the innovative steps they are taking to stay afloat during this crisis. 

Please Note: All businesses within the site must confirm that they are following necessary, mandated precautions to flatten the curve before their page is made live. 

Businesses are asked to include a hi-res image, if available, (no larger than 3000px by 3000px) along with pertinent information surrounding any changes such as updated operational hours, and serving customers. 

Though this site, your business will gain exposure and traffic as Edmontonians seek out various services that are still open during this time. To register your business on thingsthatareopen.com,
click here

Below you can find images to share on social media to raise awareness about this service. 

How Can You Still Support Local While Social Distancing?

We all know to support local YEG businesses in our day to day lives, but with COVID-19 affecting everything we do, how can we keep safe and still support our local businesses? Here are 9 suggestions on how to continue supporting local during COVID-19.

1. Pick up meals to freeze from your favourite restaurant. Freezing meals for a later date is both practical and supportive! This is especially important if you find you and your family in self-isolation. Just open up the freezer and pop your meal in the microwave or oven for a quick meal!

2. Order local meals from small mom and pop shops via Skip the Dishes or Uber Eats. It doesn’t matter what your choice of food delivery apps are, ordering meals to your home is an easy way to not leave your house and still support those restaurants who would otherwise lose your business! There are also non-contact options through the apps where you can have your driver drop your meal off on a front doorstep instead of handing it to your directly.

3. Tip well. If you are healthy enough to do so, and you are eating out at a restaurant, or even if you are ordering delivery, make sure you tip your servers and drivers well! Your tip will go a long way for everyone involved!

4. Purchase gift cards to use later. By purchasing gift cards to your local shops and restaurants now, you are helping them to stay afloat and investing in yourself for a later date.

5. Stock up on entertainment. If you will be spending extended time at home, you may find yourself bored. Stop by your local bookstore, comic bookstore or game store and stock up on your favourite activity! Like to sew or knit? Now’s the time to start that new project. Is painting your thing? Grab your supplies from a local art shop. Even if you haven’t tried a hobby before, what better time to try something new?

6. Give back with your words. With free time on your hands, this would be a great time to support local by leaving reviews for your favourite local establishments around Edmonton. Whether its google reviews, yelp or Facebook, reviews can make or break a business. Writing a review can take 5 minutes but will have a huge impact!

7. Send a note. Similar to leaving reviews, another way to really show YEG businesses your support is to send them a note! Now, if snail mail isn’t your style, message your favourite shop or restaurant on Facebook or Instagram, tweet at them. Show them that you care and that you appreciate their business. Spread kindness and optimism!

8. Shop online or call over the phone. It seems like most shopping nowadays is done online, but instead of Amazon being your go to online retailer, check and see if any local retailers are selling your item of interest online. Many local businesses have online shops where you can buy goods without even leaving your own bed! Alternatively, some businesses are also taking orders over the phone for pickup or delivery, so reach out and see if this is something a local business can accommodate for you!

9. Sick? Stay home! Service industry professionals don’t really have the ability to work from home. If you are presenting flu-like symptoms, have been in contact with someone with the virus, or have been outside of the country in the last 14 days, please take appropriate precautions.