Some restaurants remain open for curbside, takeout dining

Many restaurants and eateries have been forced to close their doors to comply with health and safety restrictions during the COVID-19 crisis, but some have adapted and offer takeout and delivery options to satisfy diners.

An impressively comprehensive list of Main Street Seal Beach eating establishments and their status is available through Visit Old Town Seal Beach. Unfortunately, Walt’s Wharf and Paradis are closed, though many other establishments like 320 Main remain open for takeout. Some, such as Crema Cafe, are taking online orders.

Los Alamitos dining staples Maderas Steakhouse and Shenandoah at the Arbor are closed until at least April 1. Others, including Brew Kitchen Ale House, Griffins Grill, and Mama’s Comfort Food and Cocktails remain open for takeout, including a promotion for March 24 called The Great American Takeout!

The Great American Takeout is also in Cypress, with participation by Noodles & Company and Joe Schmoe’s. Dominic’s Ristorante Italiano is offering curbside pickup. El Zarape and Fish in a Bottle are open for takeout. Dalton’s on Lincoln Ave. is closed.

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