The Daily Advertiser wants to help make it easier for residents to continue supporting local hospitality. If you're still at the stove or on the bottle shop door, we want to hear about it.
Many Wagga venues have introduced takeaway menus to cater for those practising social distancing, as well as contactless delivery for people in self isolation.
Here are some of the changes cafes, bars and restaurants in the city are making (check the social media pages of your favourite for updates as they are likely to be operating as normal).
Artisan Baker in Morgan Street has takeaway coffee and food and is open from 8am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday and from 8am until 2pm on Saturday. Call 6971 7180.
Ashmont Inn Hotel is offering deliveries from the bottle shop. Call 6931 1899.
Basil and Olive - newly opened in the old La Porchetta premises - are offering delivery and pick-up options. Place orders online through Menulog or bycalling 6921 6176. They're also selling fresh uncooked pastas and pre-cooked napolitana sauce.
Baylis Grind opens at 7.30am and closing hours may vary between 2pm and 4pm. Call ahead and place an order on 6921 2181 or pop in and adhere to social distancing measures. No keepcups. Pay pass preferred.
Bel Air Pizza and Pasta are encourgaing pre-orders for pick-up or delivery by calling 6945 7788 using Eat Appy. Delivery from $8.
Birdhouse is closed.
Busy Bean Cafe is business as usual, but just all takeaway. Call ahead to Kooringal Road on 6971 0113 or Gurwood Street on 6921 1990 to order and save time. You can order takeaway versions from the in-store menu and the smoko van and deliveries are also running.
Cafe Sonder in Fitzmaurice Street remains open and the entire menu is still on offer.
The team at Cave BBQ are taking a few days off before turning on the online ordering and reinventing with takeaway. Check in on them here.
The Coffee Club advises it is still open for pick up, order ahead and delivery. Call ahead on 6921 5111 or find them on Menulog. Open 7am-5.30pm.
Coffee Niche on Coleman Street has breakfast and lunch available for takeaway daily. Breakfast starts at 8am and goes until lunch kicks in at 11am. Coffee, hot and cold drinks and sandwiches and wraps also available. Call in or phone ahead with your order to 6925 4906.
Crackerjack Cafe is open for takeaway and ordering ahead is encouraged to minimise time in the shop. Call 6922 4439 to order.
Farmer's Home Hotel is closed.
Fitz Cafe has salads, chia, granolas, wraps, foccacias and sweets ready to go as well as the full menu on offer for takeaway. They're open from 6.30am to 2.30pm weekdays and from 7.30am on Saturday. Order ahead on the 365cups app or by calling 5908 3436.
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Harans Patisserie is closed.
Hoppy's Kitchen is operating at normal trading hours, with deliveries available. They'll even deliver to your car in the car park if you call ahead of time. Order ahead on 6971 1822.
Il Corso is closed.
Jardine's are brewing into takeaway cups and the entire menu is available for take-home orders from noon. Call ahead on 6925 8897 or use the 365cups app to place an order.
Kooringal Hotel is serving takeaway food and beverages from 12pm to 9pm, seven days a week. Full menu available here. Phone orders must be paid for via eftpos.
Knights continues its daily Gourmet to Go dinners as well as the usual ready to heat and eat meals, pastas, soups, salads, pastries and cakes. You can even order self-isolation platters. Call 6921 3725.
Lake Village Takeaway encourages ordering over the phone by calling 6922 6880. Walk-ins will be asked to wait outside after ordering due to lack of space for social distancing measures.
Tumut's Little Chicken Cafe is open for business with takeaway options.
Little Cup Cafe is open seven days a week doing takeaways, with a delivery system in place Wednesday through Saturday nights They're teaming up with Wagga Cellars for a delivery service for both food and alcohol to those staying at home.
McDonald's Wagga, Kooringal, Hammond Avenue and Glenfield Park remain open as usual.
Meccanico is open daily until 1pm for takeaway coffee and meals. Boutique wines and spirits also available.
Melba's Bakehouse is still doing takeaway drinks and meals from the front window, with online ordering expected in coming days. They're also delivering home meal packs through Home-Made-Easy.
Mock Orange has its usual menu available for takeaway and is exploring delivery and a night service for the near future. Current menu can be found here, and a new menu will be released on April 1.
Northshore Cafe has released its winter warmers a little earlier than planned, with homecooked meals available for takeaway. Open until 5pm.
The Palm and Pawn is still operating accommodation. Call 6921 6688.
O'Brien's Hot Bake is still open and it's business as usual at the bakery in Morgan Street.
Ray Ray's Diner is still going strong with daily specials, takeaway options and delivery through Menulog. Delivery to businesses at lunch time only, and they're operating on new hours of 9am to 2pm and 5.30pm to 8pm - that's right, Ray Ray's for dinner. Order online or call 6971 7760 to order ahead.
The Red Steer Hotel is offering takeaway meals and delivery. Menu available here, call 6921 1344 to order.
The Riverina Hotel is closed but the drive-through bottle shop remains open from 10am to 10pm.
Romano's is closed.
Sandwich Chef in the Wagga Marketplace is open from 8am to 3pm and also offering deliveries.
Sturt Mall eateries Kebab'alish, Yatai Sushi, KFC, Subway, Donut King, Muffin Break, Vanilla Pod Food and Espresso Bar, BreadCrock Bakery, Bakers Delight, Kung Fu Dumplings, Golden Bowl and The Gatsby Cafe are all open for takeaway. Check Menulog for delivery options.
Tammy's Thai Kitchen in the Kooringal Mall is open for takeaway and delivery seven days a week, and looking at options to expand services to outer suburbs such as Forest Hill and Estella. Call 1300 826 697 or order online.
Thaigga has changed operating hours to 5pm to 9pm and is open for takeaway only.
Thirsty Crow is selling takeaway beers from the outdoor container bar until 7pm.
Trail Street is still brewing takeaway coffee and dishing up delicious take-home food. The cafe will now close at 2pm on weekdays.
Thomas Blamey Tavern has the doors closed, however the bottle shop continues to trade.
The Turvey Tavern is closed but the bottle shop remains open from 10am to 11pm. They're also offering an alcohol delivery service. Call 6925 1177 to arrange a delivery.
Turvey Tops Chinese is open as usual, with the takeaway area converted to window style.
Uneke is operating the coffee window.
Union Club Hotel is offering takeaway meals from the kitchen and the bottle shop is still running.
Wagga Boat Club is closed.
William Farrer Hotel will be cooking up dinner for takeaway orders, with deliveries on Friday and Saturday nights.
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