A year after food delivery giant (and maybe monopoly) GrubHub bought Eat24 from SF-based review website Yelp for $287 million, GrubHub is shutting it down. That means it’s the 25th hour for customers of the Eat24 service, most of whom are located in San Francisco.
“It didn’t make sense to support a third brand in our portfolio, and the sunset will gradually happen throughout the rest of 2018,” a spokesperson for the company says. GrubHub merged with major competitor Seamless in 2013. “Diners already see little difference between the Eat24 and Grubhub user experiences, and we’ve worked hard to provide access to all the same restaurants, recommendations and functionality,” the spokesperson added.
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