Meal delivery was once a luxury reserved for bug-loving brainwashers, who would bewitch legions of ants into fetching fresh feasts from area vending machines. Dine like a hypno-entomologist with today's deal: for $10, you get a $20 GrubHub voucher for eats and drinks delivered by local restaurants. The delivery fees of each establishment vary, but this Groupon may be used toward those fees, as well as toward gratuity. GrubHub does not charge an additional delivery fee.
GrubHub simplifies food foraging by providing a massive list of just about every restaurant offering delivery, including more than 600 in the Philadelphia area. Customers only need to enter an address and start perusing menus and reviews of nearby eateries for something to silence rumbling abdominal earthquakes. To find sustenance at any hour of the day, you can enter a specific restaurant name, or dig deeper by plugging a food or cuisine type into the omnipotent address bar. Once you click your chosen menu items, the website drops the order in the appropriate vacuum tube, passes it along to the restaurant, and, in less time than it takes a mathlete to do a sudoku, a meal materializes at your doorstep. Without leaving your room, you can scarf down a hawaiian pizza from The New Marco Polo or nibble on philadelphia rolls from Sakura. Click here for more information on the free ordering process.
The concept of GrubHub was pioneered by two software engineers who scrawled out plans for delivery domination on a mustard-stained bar napkin somewhere in Chicago. Their solution makes it easy to please the often-overlooked at-home appetites. GrubHub even lets users track favorites and past orders online, eliminating the need for absent-minded munchers to keep a detailed order log scrawled backward across their forehead.