Savor the moment with these delivered dishes


New York cousins brought a taste of the city to Lake Highlands when they opened BrickHouse Burgers & Shakes. Co-owners James Richardson and Dudley Dort have embraced Lake Highlands’ neighborhood feel. “When you go into business, you’re not just trying to help yourself and your family, you’re actually trying to help the community, drive the community up,” Richardson says. They’ve worked closely with the Lake Highlands Public Improvement District and Wildcat spirit nights.

What to order:

Fry Trio

Go Wildcats burger

Brunch burger

Mega shakes

How it works:

Call 214-221-0380 for curbside pickup at 9090 Skillman St., #174A.

Order delivery through UberEats, DoorDash and Grubhub.

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Cedar & Vine has become a neighborhood staple because the restaurant’s drinks are inspired by the people and places of the neighborhood. Another reason customers choose Cedar & Vine for takeout is because they offer 30% off beer and wine daily from 4 to 9 p.m. in addition to hefty mimosa, Moscow mule and bloody Mary kits.

What to order:


Chicken Caprese

Fried brownie

Cocktail kits

More info:

How it works:

Order online at for curbside pickup at 9661 Audelia Road, Suite 105.

Order through UberEats for delivery.


USA Today named One90 Smoked Meats one of the Top 10 barbecue spots in the Metroplex. When the Food Network’s Guy Fieri visited with his “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” television show crew, he declared their brisket uniquely tender and juicy. “You don’t even need a knife,” Fieri said of One90 chef-owner Kyle St. Clair’s creation. “You can cut that with a bad look.” In order to provide additional services, the restaurant has also started selling packaged meats at 20% off.

What to order:

Brisket or pulled pork sandwich

Beef tenderloin

Spicy brisket grilled cheese

Spicy sausage sandwich

How it works:

Order at or call 214-346-3287.

Curbside pickup is at 10240 E. Northwest Highway.

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The restaurant inside The Hill shopping center opened in February of 2019. Owner Mai Takase has a background in American and Japanese cuisines. The restaurant recently started selling handroll kits so that customers can make temaki, a type of handroll, at home. Customers can choose orders for three to four people or five to six people. Sushi De Handroll is also known for its “mosaic” sushi which is pressed sushi in bite-sized squares with various toppings.

What to order:

Handroll kit

Mosaic sushi platter

Bites bar combination platter

Individual bento box

More info:

How it works:

Call 972-290-0589 to order.

Pick up at 8041 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 820. Enjoy a 20% discount for orders called in and picked up.

DoorDash delivery is also available.