I can't find a new article, but there is a sign in the window for a restaurant called The Zoodle, and the stand outside has a 310 area code. Maybe this place in LA? Still having trouble finding an article of any kind if anyone wants to help?
Just left them a comment card (https://www.grubhub.com/contact/)
I worked out I've spent $100 this year on lunch and I'm happy to close my account with them.
I think laughing at customers is worth being punished.
Super Pizza Bros.! My brother and I run it, and we're going for a sort of retro gaming / early 90's geek vibe. We just opened about three weeks ago. We're still finishing up decorating inside, but we've got a pool table, an N64, a 360, a Ms Pac-Man arcade machine, and some really kick-ass stuff to eat. My brother is the cook, and he's come up with some awesome stuff, like Boss Bread (his cheesy garlic breadstick recipe) and some great wing sauce (Sweet Heat BBQ & Chili Cheese are my favs). We also deliver, and offer online ordering through GrubHub. If you swing by sometime and mention this, I'll give you a discount too. Or PM me for a $5 coupon for GrubHub that works for delivery or pick-up!
Offer them bagels. Bagel > Donut 99.99999992% of the time.
edit: OK! So, I don't know of many bakeries or delis that deliver. but then it hit me! i tried grubhub! but instead of actually using grubhub, call the place up and say that you saw that they use GH, and was wondering if they have donuts. again. NJ people love bagels. there's 2 places in the edison area on GH that have bagels.
They are Hidden Grounds Coffee Shop, and Amboy Deli
So you're working crazy hours and probably getting paid handsomely for it, go hire someone to call around, order, and deliver it to you. This is neither hard nor expensive. You complaining on Reddit isn't going to magically solve your problem. Here, I'll even help you because you obviously overbooked yourself and do not have the time to do basic tasks, a link to Mejier delivery page https://www.meijer.com/services/more-ways-to-meijer.html and a link to grub hub https://www.grubhub.com/ Go nuts and don't forget to tip the lowly staff who have been so bent over by this pandemic and greedy practices that they literally haven't been returning to the field, thus causing the shortage to begin with.
As someone else noted, what an Ann Arbor thread, I love it.
Chico and Changs! It's hard to get shittier when half their menu is one style and the other half is completely unrelated.
In response to u/sportsman's correction that I could have been helpful rather than needy. I am therefore posting the link to said service as it relates to Bellingham.
There's also a company called grubhub that I enjoy because it lets you use ApplePay. I rather use ApplePay for security reasons.
Here is a link to them.
I'm not qualified to say that it's the best, but it's one I like: Sichuan Gourmet in Squirrel Hill. The names of some of the traditional dishes can be a little bit intimidating, but I've enjoyed everything I've tried (the beef tendon is a particular favorite).
Not that I'm aware of, but other companies do. https://www.grubhub.com/ and https://eat24.com/ spring to mind. It wouldn't be hard for Lyft to add it, either.
None of the tech that Uber has is remarkable in any way. It's just GPS and payment processing.
They also still sell out of their El Taco Riendo Express location. It's in Crystal, but it's the same great food. Delivery here: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/el-taco-riendo-express-5101-36th-ave-n-minneapolis/1685648
Grubhub delivers from Flour Bakery. I would recommend the 6" Boston Cream Pie. We have enjoyed a version of this for every occasion from a phD defense to July 4th celebrations.
It a cake not a pie in reality.
I suggest staying at home. Less stress on you and the kids. The Boston Market on Aramingo Avenue. delivers to Northern Liberties only throughGrub Hub.
>The biggest food delivery startups - Grubhub and Seamless in the USA provided a food delivery option to restaurants that did not have a delivery option.
No, that's not true. GrubHub (and Seamless, which is also owned by GrubHub) do not have a delivery service and they employ no delivery staff. All the delivery drivers work directly for the restaurants in question, and they always did, even before GrubHub existed. These were all restaurants that already had a delivery service. You cannot order food via GrubHub from any restaurant which doesn't already have an independent delivery service.
As GrubHub's own FAQ says:
"You’ll have to pay for the food and, if you opt for delivery, you may notice that the restaurant charges a fee for delivery. In that case, the fee is set by the restaurant and would apply even if you placed your order by phone."
Like they say, it's the restaurant that delivers, they're the ones who set delivery prices and delivery times.
All GrubHub and Seamless do is to provide a centralized site where you can place orders online. They provide the menu for each participating restaurant. They provide the shopping cart system that allows you to customize your order and place it. They provide credit card processing so you can pay for everything at their site.
Then they simply fax or email your order to the actual restaurant, which fulfills your order and delivers it.
The US does have certain delivery services that employ their own drivers and will pick up food from restaurants without delivery services, and deliver it to you. In the Midwest where I live, the biggest is Food 2-U. There are a few others as well.
But GrubHub/Seamless are NOT in the delivery business. They only deal with restaurants that already have a delivery service of their own.
I've never been but I've heard absolutely great things about a place called Big Herm's Kitchen on 2nd street in Jackson Ward just off of Broad St.
The Melting Pot on Vernon Blvd has Ackee & Saltfish and it was pretty tasty...
#15 was the special he ordered as it claimed mozzarella but it ended up with Provolone by accident.
I would suggest doing take out at Woody's Wild Wings and Things in Westminster. Don't be fooled by their name, they have a neverending menu of Asian dishes (although people claim their wings are also good). I would go with anything Laosian dish in there although everything is delicious and portions are huge... like 3 meals per entree https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/woodys-wings-n-things-6817-lowell-boulevard-denver/1913594
Thai House on Sheridan and 80th, technically Arvada, is pretty awesome too. Their Pad Thai or Pumpkin Curry are awesome. Also their Summer rolls. Also, their site is Thai.ORG, so you know they are there to help people.
Carol Lee Donut Shop in Westminster is apparently a great place too. I have eaten them, but they pop in lots of Nextdoor posts and Denverite and such lists.
H-Mart on 92 and Sheridan has a good restaurant and, obviously, tons of international real products...
Aspen Grill is run by this guy called Mezut that is the nicest guy and the food is abundant, but maybe a tiny pricey. On 94th, by American Furniture Warehouse
European Market in Huron and Melody (I think technically Northglenn) is great for quick food and Eastern European treats
And then by 120 and Main, you have tons of Asian places and Ocean Pacific Market
In Arvada they have the Perogi Place by where Lucky's used to be and then Chicago Market...
I hope this helps!
Well, you don't have to GO there. They're on GrubHub now.
I know what you're talking about (my best friend is in TX). Unfortunately, we don't have anything like that here. We'e got Edible Arrangements, but honestly, they're over priced and not particularly good. If you want to send your friend a nice meal (not overly expensive unless you go nuts), there are a few local restaurants on GrubHub here. I'd recommend entering the local zip code (11790), and checking out Fratellis. It's a nice Italian deli / place in the village that will deliver. They've got really nice pizzas, sandwiches, etc. They have good cookies too, but don't seem to have them on their grubhub menu.
In nyc we have holey creme, it's pretty good. For all you jerks that come to my city, enjoy
Everyone use the chat now function to let them know how much service they've lost - even if you never use them. We have 280,000 centipedes on this sub, we can make a difference in some poor centipede's life who works for these assholes.
Tell them that you will be spreading news of their hatred to your friends and coworkers.
google suggests you're correct, and grubhub is delivering from GI clybourn. https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/goose-island-clybourn-1800-n-clybourn-ave-chicago/302435
I haven't heard of anyone else doing it.
EDIT: what the hell, who the hell is paying $32 for a 64oz growler of sofie or matilda. They're $11/48oz in bottles!
Some of the best rotisserie chicken I've ever had (incredibly juicy) and comes with a generous serving of fries or rice: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/kikiriki-2317-bergenline-ave--21-union-city/2151163
Think halal food. Lots of lamb, some beef, lots of stews with hearty sauces.
Here’s their menu: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/al-mandy-restaurant-797-broadway-buffalo/1532930. I’ve only had a couple things but the fahsah is insanely good on a cold day.
A local restaurant just debuted a Keto Menu. I was super excited to see that when we ordered Friday night. I got the Surf & Turf; it was pretty good! I don't mind altering foods to my needs, but man, it sure is nice to have the guesswork taken out of it!
I haven't seen ones with the cream cheese like a typical crab rangoon, sadly. If you aren't familiar with them already, My Thai Vegan might be a close replacement and they deliver: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/my-thai-vegan-cafe-3-beach-st-boston/2299906. They have similar-type vegan appetizers, like the fried wontons. The Tow-Hoo Tod sound weird but are actually delicious. Good luck!
They opened less than a week ago and I heard some mumblings of hiccups on opening day (someone who wasn't supposed to be working had to come in and help). That's to be expected, but I think they're way more popular than they anticipated. Give them time.
Sign's up and there's a menu on Grubhub, so I hope so. Want me to walk there and see if there's anything on the door? It'll only take about 2 minutes.
Edit: Sorry, I started this comment before yours was visible.
The first 2:45 finisher or slower male finisher at this year's Berlin Marathon came in 501st place, it seems. Though there were men >44 years old amongst those top 500 finishers. The first woman with a finishing time over 2:45 came in 22nd place.
In other words, lots! I know a fair amount who have qualified and gone, and obviously more who have qualified but never went.
I use grubhub when I order out. or the restaurant's own web site. Was having trouble with an order and a friend asked me why I don't just call. She is the expert extrovert and nothing I said could help her understand.
I will def be ordering from here this weekend
Milwaukee, I can't find a scan of their printed menu but GrubHub shows 3 quesadillas con pollo for $5.50 and beans/rice for $1.95 each, so $9.40 total. And that price might be higher for delivery. I'm positive their in-person menu has 3 tacos + beans/rice for no more than that.
Ordered from Susuru Ramen on 36th Ave this week.
Got the Susuru Paitan Ramen and it was delicious. Very savory broth, very much on par with the higher end Ramen spots I’ve eaten at in the city (Jin, Totto, etc.) and reasonably priced. The proprietors are really lovely people, and she said she put some extra food in there for me to try - and to my surprise it was a pork bun! Very delicious bao, perfect balance of sauce, fatty pork and some fresh veg. It was towards the end of the day, so I assume it wouldn’t have kept til the following day, but I love that they do this.
A+ would definitely recommend.
Allegedly this is the GCW performance center https://www.facebook.com/voltageloungephilly/
and you can order GrubHub from them starting in 12 hours https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/voltage-lounge-421-north-7th-street-philadelphia/2183895
For quick takeout on a Saturday night I like Tasty Thai. Always takes about 15-20 minutes for my order to be ready. https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/tasty-thai-406-e-colfax-ave-denver/801943
I think I’m uniquely qualified to answer this, living about 5 blocks from 9Siam and having dropped in over the years a few times to eat there...
a previous version of the restaurant was called Hot and Cold Bowls!
I have a somewhat similar problem. Says I already put in an application, but I haven't. I just went here
It is for customers, but after 4 months of emails being unanswered, I had to do something. Supposedly, GrubHub is the best app for drivers. DoorDash being the worst by a mile.
It’s always best to walk away and call driver care. Looks like this place kinda sucks from the grubhub reviews- if you ban yourself it may be a nail in the casket for GH dropping them.
Horrible customer comments/pretty low satisfaction https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/atomic-wings-queens-chapel-rd-3124-queens-chapel-rd-hyattsville/384956
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Food delivery service, Grubhub, is expanding its services to South Bend.
Monday, customers will be able to use the company’s app on their phone or order online from local restaurants.
The company is offering free delivery on food orders from Monday through May 30 by using the code “GHDFREE” during checkout.
Click here to see a list of the 28 different restaurants being offered.
Halal Bites at the former Cosmo's Takeout location at 652 Riverside Dr. The food is ridiculously delicious, the prices are too low, and the owner, Khan, is one of the nicest people I have met in the community.
Actually, this is a type of sandwich you can find at food spots in the hood. Here in Philly, i occasionally receive menus in the mail from take-out places north of us (in North Philly). I've seen the Viagra Sandwich two or three times. It's grilled seafood with mayo on a hoagie roll. Typically, including clams, calamari, shrimp, and other random stuff.
Here is one of the menus (online version) - just look for the Viagra Sandwhich: Takka A's Grill
Happy Bellies or Wheel Deliver are my go-tos for delivery, though I don't know if any of their partnerships are with pierogi places. There's also always grubhub.
This is the third time you've posted this in two days. Keep it in this thread from now on.
That aside, interested to know what's your general business plan is here. A food delivery network like this requires a certain critical mass to get going: it's why things like DoorDash and UberEATS start in cities and grow slowly. And those are both heavily funded companies.
What's the motivation to use your service over the restaurant's own delivery? GrubHub already makes it easy to do this.
Not saying you're not onto something, but you might want to think through your plan.
They have an API that should let you access the information programmatically. (Not sure if you can get your info through it or if it's only for the customers use.)
Not sure the details on how to implement it.
Maybe try contacting them and see if this is the best route. They may have some functionality that is set up for this already or a better idea of how to do it.
Not sure how you get the information or what format it comes in. Android lets you copy and paste text so you could copy the order and paste it into your own app that parses the data. You could try this for printing from your device. Not sure how your tickets are printed. maybe your app could let you manually select the label from a list of labels.
If you want to take a stab at app development then get android Studio. It's free and good. And you'll have to program in Java.
This was just in the news which is why I know this http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/on-small-business/wp/2015/06/11/main-street-morning-dunkin-donuts-tests-delivery-service/
Here is what I found for Krispy Kreme https://www.grubhub.com/gainesville/krispy-kreme-doorstep-delivery/ Happy researching!
Pretty funny that 3 or 4 other companies opened up business doing a similar if not the exact same thing within the last year. Off the top of my head: Grubhub (take-out), Burpy (grocery), & Zifty (take-out & general items).
My favorite is ziftys since I was getting a play-by-play of the food delivery, you could stack up reward points and it offered the cheapest price tag out of the choices. I've got an extra promo code for $5 off your first order if anybody wants it PM or reply and i'll send it your way.
There's a great little delivery place in Atlanta called Chico & Chang that serves Mexican & Chinese food (also wings & burgers). In college, I used to get the Mongolian Beef sub or some wings and cheese dip (that yes I would dip the wings in, because I HATE my arteries).
If you want green peppers you just order a Pepper Steak from any place in the city and they will say "green peppers right" and then that's it.
I mean want to test it? Call a place today and ask yourself.
I went to Montreal and was asking for "Montreal Steak Seasoning" and the guy was like "you mean Steak Seasoning".
We wouldn't add "Philly" to it since we live here. I wouldn't say "give me a NYC Slice" Manhattan. It's a minor thing but once people hear "Philly Cheese Steak" we almost know it's going to have green peppers, a toasted roll, and be more like a steak and cheese sandwich. Just is.
Doesn't make any of them bad to eat or not taste good, it's just nuance and it sound dumb to outsiders but for people around Philly they treat the sandwich like Parisians treat a proper Croissant.
I placed my order through Grubhub for pickup. Not sure why there is a discrepancy! Although it seems like now the braised beef with curry rice is also no longer on the Grubhub menu – I want to say it was under Famous Thai Platter when I ordered.
Funny enough, my apartment has both nearby. The one I’m talking about is a very authentic take on Korean food and another one is called “Kofusion” which has kbbq tenders, stir frys and sushi, no kimchi or bulgogi at all. I love kofusion, if it wasn’t for the small menu. Now I want to taste something authentic though. I live on a campus with lots of international students, so it’s the first time I was able to try ‘authentic’ foods like Indian, Thai, and Korean. (There’s also a Vietnamese restaurant nearby I might try before leaving.) before I lived in a rural area so it was burgers, pizza and maybe Panda Express/Olive Garden if you have time to drive.
Anyways I notice they have quite a few of those dishes listed. I’m debating between the bulgogi beef, the soon doo boo with beef or Kim chi jae yook book eum (“spicy marinated pork with kimchi and vegetables.) What do you think?
Here’s the restaurant if you really don’t mind helping someone uncultured pick their lunch.
I am absolutely sure some theft is happening but there's also something wrong in the system. They recently started allowing customers to order through GrubHub and then go pick it up. I get about five orders a week that I go to pick up and they tell me the customers already come through and snagged it.
They're on GrubHub if you want delivery https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/kims-home-cooking-4829-n-kedzie-ave-chicago/1065879
God Bless USA Deli should be the best spot for lamb/chicken over rice. Personally I really like
Bombay Grill and Curry its 15 bucks(expensive) but they have lamb kofta kebab with basmati rice and its pretty damn good. If you like halal I would give that a shot
For good ol' American comfort food (a nice Mothers' Day classic) I'd suggest delivery from Bannings Pie House.
If American comfort food isn't their thing, what do they like? We have tons of good local restaurants.
Update: link to their delivery on GrubHub: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/bannings-restaurant-and-pie-house-11477-sw-pacific-hwy-portland/1056542
The cheeseburgers are good in the restaurant, but don't seem to travel well. The meatloaf dinner is amazing in the restaurant, but I haven't tried it delivered yet, if one of your in-laws enjoys a good meatloaf.
It's actually in Tigard so would work best for people in south Beaverton or anywhere along/near highway 217.
(In case you want it delivered)[https://www.grubhub.com/delivery/dish/fried_ice_cream]
Would a GrubHub gift card he could use for a nice meal on his birthday be too creepy? It would go to his email. "Happy birthday. This will have to do until I can feed you when you get home."
I liked the buffet. a lil of everything is nice. I did go to https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/the-taste-of-brazil-6222-bustleton-ave-philadelphia/334895?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=place-action-link
and the place next door (Pollo a la Brasa) (At Bustleton on the south side of the Blvd) both were good but again several years ago.
Chicago and Keeney, 2 blocks south of Main(8400 north/900 north for Evanston's address numbering system). And 2 blocks north of Oakton/South Blvd. Grubhub link: https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/hunan-spring-635-chicago-ave-evanston/32278
I'm pretty sure Greek Village delivers, at least it's marked that they do on grub hub.
Their food is amazing, some of the best gyros I've had anywhere. Google around for a $2 off $10 grub hub coupon too.
Hrm, let's fact check you here:
~~no Louisiana cities~~ only NOLA
no Mississippi cities
no Alabama cities
It's okay to admit you're wrong ya know? Waitr is the largest app operating in the south. They will get acquired by another one of these companies eventually and for more than 10mm.
You're welcome: menu with chilaquiles
Hmm, it was almost 5 years ago so I'm not entirely sure. The trip was for a conference at the MIT, I know where my hotel was, I know it was within walking distance North of it, and so it looks like it was http://fujiatkendall.com/ (the photos look familiar too), but there is no mango chicken on their menu. Maybe they don't do it anymore, maybe it's a different restaurant in that area of East Cambridge.
Edit: Oh, it's in the catering menu, and on their grubhub menu too. I couldn't find a picture, but grubhub has a low-res one of their mango shrimp.
I just let them know that after emails like that they will never have my business.
you can tell them that too, here.
Also here is the corporate phone number courtesy of Nasdaq.com 646-527-7672
Let them know how we feel about a company that brands more than half of America as "hateful", and then threatens to take away the livilihood of employees who voted for a different candidate.
Right now, I am going to GRUBHUB'S website ( https://www.grubhub.com/ ). I am looking up every local restaurant that uses their service and calling each of them and telling them I will no longer visit their restaurant as long as they are still partnered with Grubhub.
If Liberals can try to boycott places like Chik-fil-a - then maybe we should give them a taste of their own medicine.
qingchuanfsw did the characters.
The numbers appear to correspond to Wasabi Sushi Bar, 1228 Washington Ave, St Louis https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/wasabi-sushi-bar-1228-washington-ave-st-louis/320217#!
45443 Stuffed Avocado, 45527 Kani Nigiri, 45527 Ebi Nigiri, and 45574 Batman Roll.
Nice little lunch. This person of cursive character writing appears to like avocado.
Take a look at the competitors in your space for price comparisons and even ways to enhance your product as well.
For the lazy/cooking-impaired like me who order our food online:
Don't forget to add the code CAROLINAWIN on the GrubHub checkout page to be rewarded a discount worth the amount of the point spread on next order. So, if Carolina wins by 21 points --> 21% off. ^(If you believe the Broncos will win, use code DENVERWIN instead.)
That's the Grub Hub app.
I pretty much use it whenever I order out now because its 10x easier to order when I don't have to speak to people or look up the restaurant's website.
Where are you located? I don't know many places that will deliver just soup, but if you get a few people to order, they would.
Downtown there's Spoodles deli. They offer free delivery on orders over $25, though I'm not sure if it's the delivery minimum as well.
There's also GrubHub but most of the places there have a minimum plus delivery fee.
Also, you'd have to call for delivery, but I think schezuan will
Also those are the only two Chinese places (to my knowledge) that deliver
Pepperoni Grill on Waverly Ave in Patchogue is on GrubHub
Mondo Taco, in Santa Monica, is definitely my favorite choice for free GrubHub delivery to Westwood. (Or in person when at the beach.) They serve 20 or 30 varieties of fusion soft tacos, anything from Japanese to Indian to British fish and chips. Even if you don't live in Westwood, GrubHub is happy to deliver to you on a campus sidewalk. Yes, I am shamefully lazy and have done this at the flagpole rather than walk the 15 minutes home.
If you find a specific flavor that you love, you can also then order them as a supersized fusion burrito. Crispy Fish has gotten me through so many Finals seasons...
Are you okay with going out of the park? If so I'd have to recommend Oggi's. Again, I'm going to recommend joining their text message specials since you'll get a free order of Oggi's Sticks (See Cheese Bread sticks) upon doing so. The Grub Hub website leads you to the one in Fullerton but there is another location on Chapman and Harbor that's closer to the parks.
In the parks however I have to say....Breadbowl with the gumbo out of the bowl. You can fully eat and dip the bread in the gumbo while being able to keep the bread with you for later since it's dry.
I'm not sure there are really any "deals" on the site, but grubhub.com can be a good delivery resource, depending on what's close to you.
Also, are you an A&M grad? I moved from CS to Richardson about 4 years ago. I don't think I've even had a pizza roll (let alone from Gumby's) since I left.
I could literally post hundreds of these. You didn't look very hard.
You have to go to the particular pizza place's website. They often have an online order form (make sure you put the tip on the card!).
Check to see if there's any place near him on
Sometimes I will use GrubHub. The wait times can be a little hefty and sometimes you might have to pay for the delivery if you can't meet the minimum. But they still deliver more than a few types of restaurants.
The only place I know of is https://www.grubhub.com/ . You can pay online via paypal. I'm not sure if there are any of the traditional foods available (like egg tarts, ahh I love those), but they have a wide variety of chinese food. Good luck!
Unrelated but I see you are in Singapore, my boyfriend just moved there! If you know of any sites in Singapore that let me send food to my SO as well, PM me! <3
It is! They have a few other vegetarian sandwiches that I like as well
In my opinion they're all at their best when paired with a side of the garlic sauce and a can of soda. If I'm feeling particularly gluttonous I'll also order hummus for use as a dip.
Here's the grubhub menu which looks to be pretty up-to-date.
Java Village in Elmhurst, Queens is good and if you love spicy food try their "ayam plecing" (It's baked chicken marinated and smeared with chili paste) if you dare :D
Bali Nusa Indah in Manhattan is OK-ish.
In addition to the aforementioned food options, Grubhub shows 221 restaurants that deliver to Revolution's address. So, if anything, there's options.
1123 Central Ave. in Colonie. It's called Pizza Central and it's damn good. I always liked the cheap single slices they have. Though I never bought a full pie from them. Try em out.
It is just a site that allows you to order delivery without having to call anyone. But if you type in your address and no restaurants pop up, that unfortunately means no one is in your area that partners with Grubhub.
From my count they deliver in 41/50 states, but cities are limited to the larger cities in each state...
https://www.grubhub.com/browse/ (scroll to the bottom)
ah ha, I had a feeling you might be German or living in Germany. German pizza was much lighter in comparison than American. I could easily handle a 28cm pizza in Germany.. American pizza I could handle it as well but it would definitely be more filling. American pizza is just usually thicker.
We do have thin crust in some regional styles which would be lighter.
here is Pizza Nista in Los Angeles. They are on the thin side of American style
then there is Masa, Chicago style in Los Angeles. It's thick, baby.
Sal & Carmines has delivery options on both slice and grubhub. I have ordered delivery from them before but be warned, their smallest pie is 16 inches so its a multi-person kind of meal.
If you're looking for some of the best gyros in the city, check out Hella's Gyros (Grubhub Link). They recently reopened in the Westline (River West) ghost kitchen after closing their storefront in Edgewater some time ago.
Like everyone else, I'm also a big fan of Athenian Room.
It sounds like it's loaded to your GH account, but the consumer account. So if you head over to Grubhub.com and login in (use your same driver login info), go to Account from the upper right drop down or gift cards, or go directly here at this ink to see your gift card balance. when you order food, there will be an option to use your gift card balance to pay for all/a portion of the order total: https://www.grubhub.com/account/giftcard
Should work for everyone. Remember to sign up using your UCSC email, preferably using the google sign up.
Recurring segment called FT picks my lunch.
First off Rezenator said the Big Mack meal. In California that’s closer to $9.19 not including delivery. . Also labor make up about 30% of a fast food restaurants cost. remember that as what you pay an employee goes up so do other related costs. taxes and some insurance also become more expensive. I’m in a state with one of the lowest costs of living and a Jack in the Box #5 upgraded to medium with curly fries is already over $9.00. The minimum wage here is $10.30 an hour. If you increase a cost that makes up 25% to 30% of a restaurant’s experience the owner will have to find a way to offset that cost. He will reduce labor or pass the cost on to the end customer. I don’t think $15 an hour will lead to $20.00 combo meals. Not by itself. But and the inflation of raw food materials, energy cost and taxes $20 may not be unrealistic.
They did update their website with some more info:
>What if I did not receive my code?
All qualifying orders ($15 minimum order total before taxes, tip and fees during the promotional period) received the FINAL FANTASY® XIV Online Endwalker Eat Pizza emote via the email address associated with their Grubhub account on 12/17/2021. Please check spam and junk folders. If you did not receive your emote code, please reach out to the Grubhub CARE team and have your order number and email address associated with your Grubhub account ready.
Was there a cap on the number of people that received the emote?
The first 20,000 customers that ordered during The Game Awards received free delivery (up to $6 off) in addition to the FINAL FANTASY® XIV Online Endwalker Eat Pizza emote. The Game Awards began on December 9th at 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm PT. There was no limit to the number of customers who could receive the Eat Pizza emote during the promo period of 7:30pm ET on December 9 to 11:59pm ET on December 15.
Did Grubhub utilize a lottery system to select who received the emote?
Grubhub did not use a lottery system to select promo code recipients; all qualifying orders during the promotional period received their FINAL FANTASY® XIV Online Endwalker Eat Pizza emote on 12/17/2021 via email from . If you did not receive your FINAL FANTASY® XIV Online Endwalker Eat Pizza emote code, please reach out to the Grubhub CARE team. Please have your order number and email address associated with your Grubhub account ready.
"It was buried in the fine print on Grubhub's web site for the promotion and was hidden / not mentioned by Square Enix on the Lodestone page for the campaign. Quote from Grubhub: "Limited supply available (expect demand). FINAL FANTASY® XIV Online “EatPizza” emote item codes will be assigned on a first come, first served basis while supplies last."
Type in ENDWALKER.
I also feel cheated, and I still consider the entire situation a scam despite what another Redditor, below, keeps asserting. I think it was dishonest and false advertising (on the Lodestone).
This picture on grub hub shows red onion on the bruschetta but it’s not listed on the menu
According to the promo details when you enter the ENDWALKER code at https://www.grubhub.com/promoterms the event is only "available only for orders placed on 12/09/2021 between 7:30 PM ET and 11:30 PM ET."
I know Bucca de Beppo does on Wolf Rd in colonie.
Tell him to order Smack N Mack. The portions are ridiculous, and each meal is like 4. Super cheap. https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/smackn-mac-n-cheese-93-w-campbell-rd-schenectady/2420754
Just use GrubHub - $10 referral link https://www.grubhub.com/referral/2225d300-c8ff-11e8-ad72-4d10ecee9e6b?utm_source=grubhub_androidapp&utm_medium=content_owned&utm_campaign=growth_refer-a-friend_share-link&utm_content=promo_
Also GrubHub+ is free with Amazon Student Prime.
I'm also in PV and my go to place is Sushiholic. Looks they are available on Grubhub.