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A Complete Ranking of NYC’s Food Delivery Services
Companies like Caviar and Maple promise to revolutionize lunch. We tested them all to see how they stack up.
Seamless Launching Its Own (New) Delivery Service in NYC
With the company handling deliveries itself, it’s going right after start-ups such as Caviar and Maple.
How GrubHub Seamless Plans to Eliminate Ghost Restaurants From Its Listings
The company is working with New York’s Department of Health to verify the legitimacy of businesses.
You Can Now Order Takeout Right in Google’s Search Results
It’s an even faster way to use Seamless.
New Chrome Extension Adds Health Ratings to Seamless Listings
Know before you go.
Seamless Will Make It Harder for Restaurants to Steal Delivery Workers’
There was nothing in the services contracts about passing on gratuities.
That GrubHub IPO Is Now Valued at $1.7 Billion
The revised prospectus bumps up the delivery company’s value a lot.
GrubHub Files for $100 Million IPO
The delivery company juggernaut says it has 3.4 million users.
Tribeca Citizen Outs Fake Restaurants As GrubHub Seamless Prepares IPO
Seamless-GrubHub Delivery Juggernaut Agrees to End Exclusivity Arrangements
Dinner checks and balances in action.
GrubHub and Seamless Merge to Form Food-Delivery Juggernaut
The bride and groom are keeping their names, maybe.
Chicago, Somehow, Is America’s #1 Late Night Munchies Town
There’s more late night eating here than you’d think.
‘Please Draw a Large Octopus on the Bag,’ and Other Seamless
Don’t forget the ketchup, and “please high-five as many people as possible on your way in.”
How Seamless Weathered the Storm
They deliver for you.
ly Milking the System
It’s not exactly surprising news.
Seamless Acquires MenuPages (But Grub Street Is Staying Put)
The popular web-delivery company has acquired New York Media’s menu-listings brand.
Seamless Now Delivering Lunch With a Side of Bike Safety
To protect pedestrians from delivery guys.