Today's side deal won't solve the nagging mysteries of your office, such as why the bathrooms are locked and shirtless isn't considered "casual," but it will prevent you from pondering them on an empty stomach. For $30, you get five full box lunches delivered your office from Food Box, the office-catering division of Food for Thought (a $75 value). Food Box will deliver the scrumptious meals to the northern suburbs up to Lake Forest and anywhere in the city limits, from the highest floor of the Hancock to lower Randolph's eerie subterranean tunnels. This deal includes tax and the $25 delivery fee. Your order must be placed by 2 p.m. on the day before delivery.
With this deal, you get your choice of a sandwich or salad from the boxed lunch menu, such as the turkey with aged white cheddar and basil-tarragon aioli or the hummus wrap with balsamic-and-herb grilled vegetables. The six leafier options include a standard house and a Mediterranean grain salad with quinoa and Israeli couscous. Your fancy-sass sandwich comes with pasta and fruit salad and a double-fresh-baked cookie; salads come packed with roll with butter and a triple-fresh-baked cookie, all placed neatly in a quadruple-fresh-baked paper box.