Let’s face it. We don’t always have time to sit down and have a proper lunch. Or maybe we do… it’s just a lot easier to have our favorite restaurants delivered straight to our office door.
If you’re in need of a go-to restaurant delivery app that won’t disappoint, here’s a look at three options.
DoorDash was founded in February 2013 by four Stanford students to connect customers with their favorite local and national businesses. Today Doordsash is in more than 600 cities across the United States and Canada. They partner with nationwide chain restaurants that are often more difficult to secure but allow for more volume with fewer partners.
The desktop and mobile app features offer up “People also added” options, a place for “Added instructions” and the best feature yet: An “If issue arises” dropdown menu that let’s you anticipate the worst case scenario with your delivery (e.g. refund this item, contact me, cancel the entire order, etc.) As a new user you can earn $10.00 in DoorDash credits when a friend you invite places their first order.
You may not need a ride, but Uber presumes you’ll always want a quick bite. Uber Eats is a food delivery platform that makes getting great food from your favorite local restaurants as easy as requesting a ride. The Uber Eats app connects you with a broad range of local restaurants and food, so you can order from the full menus of your local favorites whenever you want.
Currently, Uber Eats is in 100+ cities, so the offering is limited when compared to other food delivery services. But if you love Uber, Uber Eats is a no-brainer. First time user? Use promo code “eats-uberyfs” and receive $5 off your first order.
Like most popular food delivery apps, Caviar lets users browse a picture menu, place the order, and they’ll deliver within 1 hour with live-tracking on an in-app map. While city availability is limited (21 cities), this app stands apart with its company features, specifically “Group Orders.” Choose a restaurant and share a unique link with your team. Everyone adds their items and the order is delivered together. You can also set up a Corporate Account on Caviar and let employees order on their own. Set spending limits and bill to specific projects or departments. Talk about employee perks!
What’s your favorite on-demand food delivery service? Let us know in the comments section below.
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