The past year has been tough for businesses. Over 110,000 restaurants closed in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, the light at the end of the tunnel is nearing as the vaccine is being widely distributed and COVID cases continue to drop. Many restaurants have been opening up as safety regulations permit, making it a great time to support local restaurants and help the economy thrive.

In Lakewood, California, there are tons of great places to eat that you may have never tried. You can discover Lakewood and support local restaurants by trying out these suggestions:

Humblebrags Eatery

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Humblebrags Eatery offers a variety of classic, tasty options, including hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, pasta, meat, and seafood. They are on top of providing a safe dining experience during these challenging times, taking plenty of precautions to keep things clean and adhere to safety regulations. They are open for dine-in, pickup, and delivery. And if you want to bring your dog along, they even have a dog-friendly patio!

Thai Villa

If you are craving quality and authentic Thai food, Thai Villa is the place to order from. They don’t currently have indoor dining, but they are available for takeout and delivery. You can choose from an enticing menu that includes salads, barbecue, curry, noodles, and rice dishes. If you have been there before, you are sure to find something delicious on their extensive menu that you have not tried before.

Aliacci Pizza and Pasta

Looking for some takeout for Friday night with the family? Aliacci Pizza and Pasta is open for takeout and delivery. In addition to pizza and pasta, you can also get appetizers, salads, wings, tenders, calzones, sub sandwiches, and desserts. They even offer family-sized menu items, making it a perfect choice for a weekend family meal.

These are just a few of the many options of places to eat here in Lakewood, not far from The 5800 Apartment Homes. It has been a tough year for everyone, but you can support local restaurants and help get things moving again as the pandemic soon winds down.