GrubHub, a leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery platform, announced that its delivery service is available in the Los Angeles market. Through GrubHub's delivery service, restaurants in Los Angeles, including those that did not previously offer delivery, can now expand their customer base and grow their order volume. It will also bring new delivery options to GrubHub diners.
"Since joining GrubHub, online delivery orders have become an essential part of our business," said Mayly Tao, co-owner of DK's Donuts and Bakery. "We love that our customers can enjoy our fresh donuts from the comfort of their home."
GrubHub currently provides delivery services for more than 300 restaurants in the Los Angeles area, a number that will continue to grow.
"Los Angeles is a culinary melting pot, so expanding our delivery services to the area was a clear opportunity," said Stan Chia, senior vice president of operations, GrubHub. "We're thrilled to provide the tools and technology that connect restaurant owners to new customers across the city."
GrubHub's national scale lowers the overall cost of delivery to diners, which in turn, helps encourage diner loyalty. And when GrubHub handles the delivery, restaurants can focus on making great food. The efficiency of GrubHub's delivery service, combined with great food, creates a win-win for local restaurants. GrubHub's delivery service launched in June of 2014 and has since expanded to more than 40 markets across the country. In 2015, GrubHub announced a national delivery partnership with Fatburger, and is currently testing delivery with seven other national chains.