It is a precarious time for local pubs, restaurants and cafés as they struggle to deal with the impact of coronavirus on trade and footfall. 

From Friday, November 20, East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire will move into Level 4 of coronavirus restrictions - the highest protection level - in a bid to curb the spread of the virus.

In Level 4, hospitality and non-essential shops will be forced to close and a range of other tough measures will come into effect such as travel restrictions.

READ MORE: East Ayrshire coronavirus: Level 4 lockdown confirmed

However, venues can still offer takeaway – meaning locals can enjoy food and drink from their favourite eatery from the comfort of their own home.

We've put together a list of venues open for delivery so you know exactly where to order from over the next three weeks.

READ MORE: South Ayrshire businesses react to Level 4 lockdown as they prepare to close

If your establishment is operating a delivery service and is not on our list, get in touch at and we'll share the news with our readers!

South Ayrshire

  • The Fox & Willow, Ayr
  • Cafe 51, Ayr
  • Granny Grapes, Ayr
  • The Fullarton Cafe, Ayr
  • The Secret Garden, Ayr
  • North Harbour Cafe, Ayr
  • Lido, Troon
  • Hourglass Restaurant, Ayr
  • Tudor Kitchen & Grill, Ayr
  • Vito's Italian Restaurant, Ayr/Prestwick

With Tier 4 coming into force on Friday at 6pm we just want to let all of our very valued customers know that we will ...

Posted by Hourglass Restaurant on Tuesday, 17 November 2020

East Ayrshire

  • Castle Cafe, Mauchline
  • Thistle Inn, Cumnock
  • Millies Corner Coffee House, Cumnock
  • Fairburn Hotel, Mauchline
  • The Jaggy Nettle, Sorn
  • Boswell's Coach House, Auchinleck
  • The Cotton Trail, Catrine
  • Woody's Ice Cream, Mauchline
  • TopDexter Cafe, Muirkirk
  • The Bridge Cafe, Catrine
  • Crafty Coffee, Mauchline
  • Corner Cafe, Auchinleck
  • The Coffee Mill, Cumnock

We are open as usual 10.30am-2pm & 4.30pm-7.30pm this week. Due to the new level 4 restrictions our opening hours will...

Posted by The Jaggy Nettle on Wednesday, 18 November 2020

In Level 4, the RAD Hotel Group, which owns restaurants including The Carlton Hotel in Prestwick, The Royal Hotel in Cumnock and Lochside House Hotel in New Cumnock, have confirmed that they are closing their venues.

Level 4 restrictions are expected to last a period of around three weeks, up to December 11.

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Posted by Lochside Hotel, Lodges and Spa on Tuesday, 17 November 2020

We'd recommend checking directly with the venues for full terms and conditions as days and times of delivery may vary.