What You'll Get
Some of the best things in life arrive fully assembled, such as motorcycles and newborn babies. Get dinner pre-put together with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of delivered restaurant fare from Restaurants on the Run online.
Restaurants on the Run dispatches drivers to the kitchens of local restaurants to retrieve tantalizing dishes and deliver them to the homes and offices of Orange County denizens. Convenient online ordering allows hunger-weakened fingers to effortlessly choose from an extensive number of well-known restaurants, such as California Pizza Kitchen and Claim Jumper. Couched customers simply enter their zip code on the main page, then wander through aisle after virtual aisle of edible offerings in the immediate area. With delivery times usually ranging from 60 to 90 minutes, there’s just enough time to dig out your Noid costume and hide in the bushes before the driver arrives.
Talented support staffers assist customers in need of technical expertise while fielding calls and emails from those trying to decide whether green tea or grapefruit juice pairs better with tacos. By setting spending limits and allowing individuals to select their own meals, group orders can easily accommodate the cravings of hungry hoards of preschoolers and conference rooms packed with voracious board members.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Delivery area varies by preferred restaurant. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Restaurants on the Run
For nearly two decades, Restaurants on the Run has streamlined the food-ordering process for large groups including parties and corporate meetings, successfully facilitating more than three million orders. Their directory includes more than 1,300 menus from well-known eateries, such as California Pizza Kitchen and Au Bon Pain. Friendly customer-service agents welcome clients both online and over the phone, and can make recommendations for those unsure of what to order. Alternatively, diners can also take the ordering process into their own hands with the Group Order feature, which allows them to share a menu with others via email. Once everyone chooses their items and the order is placed, customers sit back and wait for the food to arrive. Each meal comes labeled with individual names, allowing for easier distribution than trying to psychically identify wrapped-up meals. For every dollar spent, customers accumulate free rewards points to their online account that can be cashed in for gift certificates, iPods, and vacation packages.