GrubHub Now Also Wants To Deliver Food To Your Door

GrubHub Now Also Wants To Deliver Food To Your Door

Online food delivery services like GrubHub are just storefronts that allow users to easily choose from an array of eateries, with the delivery of your food left up to the restaurants while GrubHub gets a commission. But GrubHub is now testing out a new format where it is actually the one bringing the food to your door. [More]

Don’t Bet On The Delivery Guy Owning Snow Shoes: NYC Mayor’s Blizzard Ban On Vehicles Includes Bikes

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As parents elsewhere in the country continue to inquire whether their grown offspring living in New York City are fully prepared for the impending snowmageddon, Mayor Bill de Blasio is putting a potentially huge crimp in hungry citizens’ plans for weathering the storm by banning all non-emergency vehicles on the streets after 11 p.m. tonight. That includes delivery vehicles and yes, even bikes. [More]

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Fare Thee Well, Yummy Rummy: GrubHub Gives Free Food Game The Heave-Ho

If you like mixing your food with a bit of gaming, you might want to pull a box of tissue close: GrubHub is letting its users know that its food reward game Yummy Rummy — where you can win free food in varying amounts, with a grand prize of gratis food for a year — is going the way of the dinosaur. In other words, it’ll be extinct. Finito. All done, as of Dec. 29. [More]

A screengrab of what Yelp's new online-ordering system looks like.

Is Yelp’s New Food Delivery Service Cause For Concern?

Earlier today, Yelp announced that it is rolling out online ordering functionality for a handful of restaurants, obviously with the intention of making it available to more businesses on the crowd-sourced review site. But now that Yelp has a vested interest in the success of some of the businesses that users review, it makes us wonder if the site is ultimately doing damage to its own reputation as a source for honest reviews. [More]

GrubHub And Seamless To Form Food Delivery Supercompany

GrubHub And Seamless To Form Food Delivery Supercompany

GrubHub and Seamless Web are two of the biggest players in the growing online food-ordering industry, catering to those of us who would rather not deal with looking up menus then going through the ritual of reciting our orders over the phone. Today, the two companies announced their intent to merge and save people the hassle of having to toggle between the two sites when they can’t decide what to order. [More]