Beginning Monday, Oct. 1, EatStreet will no longer deliver in the Tucson area.
But EatStreet, primarily known as an online food-ordering service, isn’t leaving Tucson entirely.
Here’s how EatStreet works: You open its website or app and see 15,000 restaurants in 250 cities, including dozens of Tucson eateries. View menus, order food and drive to the restaurant to pick it up.
…“Tucson is a little bit bigger of a market than we normally focus on,” Howard said, adding that the city was “outside of our normal comfort zone.”
…Beyond Tucson’s size, Howard said there’s been an increase in competition within delivery services.