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Michelin-Starred Restaurants On The Cheap: Takeout & Delivery

Get a taste of SF’s top restaurants like Atelier Crenn, Spruce & SPQR with special deals like pizza for $5 & meals for $25
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As many restaurants have shut their dining rooms and pivoted to delivery and/or take out only, so have some of the top restaurants in the country. If you’ve always wanted to dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant, but couldn’t get a reservation or didn’t want to drop the dough, now’s your chance to taste some dishes from these famed chefs — some even on the cheap.

Here are our 11 best picks – Check out the full list and an awesome roundup from Eater SF.

These delectable Michelin-starred restaurants are offering take out and some even offer delivery, so have yourself a gourmet meal at home. Pour yourself a glass of wine (some are offering bottles from their wine list), light some candles, dish up onto your good plates and make a night of it.

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The famous Atelier Crenn, which has 3 Michelin stars, is offering a “Crenn Kit” for $35 or a “Crenn Kit Plus” for $55, which bring comforting meals from Dominique Crenn’s kitchen straight to your home. Typically, dinners start at $345 per person and up, so this is an incredible deal to try some dishes from a legendary chef.

Lord Stanley is offering a Main Course Meal for $33 or their House Sourdough Loaf for $12, to take away Tuesday-Saturday. If you want to treat yourself, indulge in a new collaboration concept called “Lord Jiu’s” between Lord Stanley and fellow starred restaurant Mister Jiu’s for a five-course tasting menu dinner for $100/person.

Gap Year at Nico is dishing up French comfort food to go, offered a la carte.

Spruce (along with its sister restaurant The Village Pub in Woodside) is offering a three-course “warm-and-serve” dinner with free delivery (or pick-up) for around $25. 100% of these sales will be used to help their employees. The menu changes daily; select items like their popular burger are offered a la carte.

SPQR is offering their comforting pasta dishes a la carte as well as several family meals made for sharing for take away. All orders come with house made focaccia bread. Plus, you can get grandma-style pizza slices for $5, available for take-away or pick-up from 2pm till they run out.

Kin Khao has paired up with their sister restaurant Nari for cold-packed dishes to be warmed at home, available for drive-by pick up at Hotel Kabuki. They’re also selling pantry items and produce boxes.

Sushi Hashiri – If you’re feeling fancy, take home some Omakase, Wagyu or a Bento box to have a special night in. They even have Wagyu & Vegetable Curry Potage for only $25.

Birdsong, which usually offers a tasting experience starting at $200, is offering “Birdboxes” for pickup which includes fried chicken, cornbread, and a cookie for $35, or add pie for $40.

Ju-Ni was offering big beautiful Chirashi bowls for pick-up or delivery on Caviar, but it’s on hold for now. They’re expected to bring them back soon.

Sushi Yoshizumi is here for you if you’re craving fresh fish and want to indulge. They’re offering donburi bowls and nigiri sushi starting at $85 for pickup.

Madcap in San Anselmo is offering family style meals with curbside pick up for $45/person. View the menu online, and email info@madcapmarin.com to order.

Thank you to Eater SF for their awesome round up.