Skip to main content Comes to L.A., the only service that shows all of the restaurants that deliver and allows users to order directly online or by phone, announced today their beta launch in Los Angeles. currently operates in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and now L.A.. is a free service that gives access to over 10,000 menus and enables over 2,000 restaurants to provide online ordering.

As the recession drags on, fewer consumers are dining out. According to Chicago-based research consultancy Technomic, nationally, fine dining restaurants could see their sales fall 15 percent this year, with a 2.5 percent drop in the broader restaurant industry. But cutting costs doesn't mean diners have to sacrifice a nice meal. There are over 1,200 delivery restaurants in Los Angeles, and connects hungry patrons to all their delivery options. offers online ordering to unique restaurants like Truly Vegan on Hollywood Blvd., whose menu consists of entrees that are 100 percent vegan. processed $20 million in delivery orders last year and in the first half of this year the service has seen a 60 percent increase in food orders in their existing markets compared to last year.

During the first month in L.A., all first-time users can get $10 off their first online order if they go to:
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