Restaurants across the city and nation have converted to takeout and delivery-only mode. Most have made á la carte menus available, but there are some places that are taking a more creative approach with special meal packages and larger family-style dinners. They’re convenient for feeding one, two or a family, and often, there are leftovers to enjoy.

Amali, a Mediterranean restaurant on the Upper East Side, is offering a $95 dinner for four to six featuring grilled chicken, Greek-style appetizer dips with pita, and several side dishes including a copious salad. More elaborate menus are $125 and $145. The same food, with delivery available, can also be ordered in the Hamptons from Calissa, its sister restaurant in Water Mill, N.Y.

115 East 60th Street, 212-339-8363,; 1020 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, N.Y. 631-500-9292,

This national food delivery service has just announced new, ready-to-serve meal kits from 10 restaurants around the country, a list that will expand. Among them are a bagel brunch for six from Ess-a-Bagel in New York, a biscuit and bacon breakfast for eight from Loveless Cafe in Nashville, and a lobster roll dinner for four from McLoons, a lobster shack in South Thomaston, Me.

St. John Frizell, a partner in the now-delayed Gage & Tollner, has family-style menus for pickup or delivery at Fort Defiance, his Red Hook restaurant. Short-rib pot roast or roast chicken dinners are $30 for two, $60 for four. Bottled cocktails are also available.

365 Van Brunt Street (Dikeman Street), 347-453-6672,

This group of Italian restaurants has a number of specialties for pickup from its locations in Manhattan; Roslyn, N.Y.; and Boca Raton, Fla. The menu includes Caesar salad, ricotta meatballs in tomato sauce, rigatoni alla Bolognese and tiramisù, in family-style portions to serve four or eight. There’s a $50 minimum.

This chain of modern Chinese spots is offering family-size portions of some of its signature dishes for delivery, including ginger-scallion chicken, firecracker chicken or firecracker tofu, with several side dishes, $34.99 to $89.99 serving three to 10 people. Delivery is available.

This Michelin-starred restaurant in Washington, D.C., delivers the chef Nicholas Stefanelli’s multicourse dinners for two from a rotating menu. Delivery is from 4 to 6 p.m. daily.

1340 Fourth Street NE, 202-608-1330,

This caterer will deliver three-course menus for two ($100) or four ($140), with the option for additional sides and desserts. Orders received by 3 p.m. Friday are delivered on Tuesday; orders by 3 p.m. Tuesday come on Friday. Deliveries to all five boroughs incur a $25 fuel fee; to the Hamptons it’s $100.

33-15 Greenpoint Avenue (Bradley Avenue), Long Island City, Queens, 212-673-1806,

This pan-Latin restaurant in Brooklyn will deliver family-style dinners for two ($60) or four ($100) to addresses in Park Slope, Prospect Heights and Gowanus. The meals include an appetizer; a main dish, like coconut-plantain stew, slow-cooked pork or grilled fresh tuna; two sides and dessert. Wine is also available. Orders must be placed online by 4 p.m. for evening delivery.

652 Union Street (Fourth Avenue), Park Slope, Brooklyn, 718-636-6311,