Many businesses may make the move to offering a takeaway service, which was a success for some during the nationwide lockdown that started in March.
Announcing changes to coronavirus measures in Holyrood, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that indoor hospitality venues will only be allowed to operate between 6am and 6pm daily, selling food and non-alcoholic drinks only.
Outdoor bars, restaurants and cafes will be allowed to remain open up until 10pm and will be allowed to sell alcohol up to that time.
However, all licensed premises in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Arran, Lothian and Forth Valley health board areas will be closed for both indoor and outdoor operations.
Cafes without a licence to sell alcohol will be allowed to open until 6pm, Nicola Sturgeon said, to counter social isolation.
Ondine, 2 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1AD
Chop Steak House at home, various locations in Edinburgh
Bellissimo Vino, drinks delivery to EH1-EH30.
Decanter Bruntsfield, 183 Bruntsfield Pl, Edinburgh EH10 4DG
Frizzante Proseccheria, 95 Lothian Rd, Edinburgh EH3 9AW
East Pizza, 124 Morningside Rd, Edinburgh EH10 4BX/ 7 Commercial St, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6JA
The Pitt street food market, 125, 137 Pitt St, Edinburgh EH6 4DE
The Green Room, 19-25 William St, Edinburgh EH3 7NG
Civerinos, 5 Hunter Square, Edinburgh EH1 1QW
Fhior at home, 36 Broughton St, Edinburgh EH1 3SB
The Little Bakery, 6-7 High St, South Queensferry EH30 9PP
Haar restaurant (at home), 127 North St, St Andrews KY16 9AG
The High Dive, 81/85 St. Leonard's St, Edinburgh EH8 9QY
Victor Hugo, 26, 29 Melville Terrace, Edinburgh EH9 1LP
Damiani Fine Dining
Wedgwood the Restaurant, 267 Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH8 8BQ
Hickory @ Home, available on Fridays and Saturdays in Edinburgh and East Lothian within postcode areas: EH1-22, EH31-35, EH39-40
Aizle, 38 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh EH2 4HQ
Noto, 47a Thistle St, Edinburgh EH2 1DY
Harajuku Kitchen, 10 Gillespie Pl, Edinburgh EH10 4HS
Merienda, 30 North West Circus Place, Stockbridge EH3 6TP
The Lighthouse, 3 Pier Place, Edinburgh EH6 4L
Holyrood Distillery, 19 St Leonard's Ln, Edinburgh EH8 9SH
The Little Chartroom and the Little Chartroom on The Prom, 30 Albert Pl, Edinburgh EH7 5HN
Eteaket (afternoon tea), 41 Frederick St, Edinburgh EH2 1EP
Tempo Perso, 208 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh EH10 4DE
Honeycomb & Co, 1 Merchiston Place, Edinburgh EH10 4NP
The Bow Bar (takeaway beers), 80 W Bow, Edinburgh EH1 2HH
Cold Town House, 4 Grassmarket, Edinburgh EH1 2JU
Maclarens on the Corner, 8 Morningside Rd, Edinburgh EH10 4DD
Kyloe, steak at home, 1-3 Rutland St, Edinburgh EH1 2AE
Cask Smugglers, cocktails and drinks delivery, Waverley Mall Rooftop, 3 Princes St, Edinburgh EH1 1BQ
Paolozzi Restaurant & Bar, 59 Forrest Rd, Edinburgh EH1 2QP
The Cromwell Kitchen, 34 Cromwell Road, Burntisland, Fife KY3 9EH
Sands Hotel, Lochies Road, Burntisland, Fife KY3 9JX
The Fife Fix, 267 High St, Burntisland, Fife, KY3 9AQ
Tom Kitchin posted that "guests will soon be able to enjoy their Scran and Bonnie Badger favourites at home. More to come.."
Ox and Finch, 920 Sauchiehall St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 7TF
Ka Pao, 26 Vinicombe St, Glasgow G12 8BE
Le Petit Cochon, 9 Radnor St, Glasgow G3 7UA
Nonna Gina's, 255 Ayr Rd, Newton Mearns, Glasgow G77 6AA
The Loveable Rogue Sunday roast, 333 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G4 9HS
Mini Grill, 244A Bath St, Glasgow G2 4JW
Bilson Eleven, 10 Annfield Place, Glasgow G31 2XQ)
Sarti @ Home, 133 Wellington St, Glasgow G2 2XD
Paisley Drinks Co.
McLays Foods, 70 Glentanar Rd, Glasgow G22 7XS
Durty Vegan Burger Club, 994 Argyle St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 8LU
Home by Nico, 1132 Argyle St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 8TD
Julie's Kopitiam, 1109 Pollokshaws Rd, Shawlands, Glasgow G41 3YG
El Perro Negro,966 Argyle St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 8LU
111 by Modu at home, 111 Cleveden Rd, Kelvinside, Glasgow G12 0JU
Bar Brett, 321 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G4 9HR
The Gate (for cocktails), 251 Gallowgate, Glasgow G4 0TP
Porter and Rye at home, 1131 Argyle St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 8ND
Church on the Hill, 16 Algie St, Shawlands, Glasgow G41 3DJ
The Old Mill Killearn, 6 Balfron Road, Glasgow, G63 9NJ
Wild Fig, 31 Carron Place, East Kilbride, G75 0YL
Good Spirits Co and Good Spirits Wine and Beer, 23 Bath Street G2 1HW/105 West Nile Street, Glasgow G1 2SD
The Thornwood Bar, 724 Dumbarton Rd, Glasgow G11 6RB
Wee Beer Shop, 623 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2QG
Glasgow Cocktail Collective - Same day cocktail delivery available seven days a week from bars across the city including Kelvingrove Cafe, Five March, Vodka Wodka and Tiki. Drinks like Ribena Margaritas.
Nick's on Henderson Street, 28 Henderson St, Bridge of Allan, Stirling FK9 4HR
WeeCOOK Kitchen, Barry Downs Park, 52 The Downs, Barry, Carnoustie DD7 7SA
The Real Food Café, Tyndrum, Crianlarich FK20 8RY
Mackays Hotel, Union St, Wick KW1 5ED
Andersons Restaurant (wood fired pizza), Deshar Rd, Boat of Garten PH24 3BN
Lee Bandoni who runs the Aldwych Cafe in Glasgow had this advice for those moving into a takeaway service: “Restaurants that haven’t moved to takeaway yet will need to be prepared for a big change because takeaway is a completely different beast to covers.
"You’ll have to expect a lot of questions about how the food is prepared and the packaging that’s used. However, the transformation is worth it as the short term pain is for long term prosperity.
"Once the coronavirus is over, the takeaway industry is going to prosper but those restaurants and takeaways that don’t innovate will suffer.
“But when making the change you need to think very carefully about who to partner with. In the last lockdown, we had to scale more in two weeks than the previous two years. Just Eat and Uber Eats simply don’t give you the support, the speed to react or local knowledge that you need.
"With Just Eat we had to change prices three or four times because of the errors they kept making on the menu. Having access to the backend makes it so much easier for us to be flexible.”
Fionn Hart, UK country manager at Flipdish added: “Switching to a takeaway service is the best way restaurants, bars and pubs across central Scotland can sustain revenues during the incoming lockdown.
"Whilst many made this transition quickly earlier this year, sadly it was at the expense of their long-term prospects. Establishments that jumped into bed with third-party delivery companies, like Just Eat, Deliveroo and Uber Eats, will be bled dry by high commission fees in the long run.
“If Scots want their favourite restaurants to survive, the best way to support them is to order direct so more of the money stays with the business.
"If marketplaces insist on taking such high commissions, we urge for more transparency to help consumers actively choose how they order food online and who profits most.”