Ordrslip Adds Postmates Integration to Its Mobile App Software for Restaurants

Restaurant tech company Ordrslip announced today it has partnered with Postmates to add delivery integration into its mobile app software, according to a company press release sent to The Spoon. Per today’s announcement, Ordrslip’s software lets restaurant customers “create custom-looking whitelabel mobile ordering applications via Ordrslip.” It’s no secret that, since the pandemic pushed the […]


For most restaurants, third-party delivery has become an inescapable reality amid the coronavirus pandemic and changing consumer habits.  While platforms such as Grubhub, Uber Eats and DoorDash have helped many restaurants stay afloat, operators still bridle at delivery commissions as high as 30% per order. Meanwhile, the services themselves remain unprofitable, even as revenues skyrocket.  That has […]

On the menu: Are you overpaying when ordering online?

DENVER — Ordering takeout was great before our world was turned upside down by the pandemic. Now, it seems downright patriotic. But as it turns out, our local restaurants aren’t necessarily receiving all of the money you’re spending, and in some cases, they’re not even setting the menu prices. When Paula Atkinson is craving Thai […]

Chowbus CEO: Building A Food-Delivery Platform For Mom-And-Pop Restaurants

The difficulties restaurants face with big delivery platforms like Grubhub or Uber Eats have been extensively cataloged. Critics claim the platforms take too big a bite out of restaurants’ revenues, diminish restaurateurs’ abilities to develop direct relationships with customers and create logistical headaches as they come in to make pick-ups. And for small restaurants — those with a single […]

Uber Eats unveils first ad format with sponsored restaurant listings

Uber Eats today announced its first in-app advertising format, giving restaurants a way to promote their menu offerings. The food delivery service’s sponsored listings have seen a return on ad spend (ROAS) of five times in early tests, according to details the company emailed to Mobile Marketer. With Uber Eats’ cost-per-click (CPC) pricing model, restaurants […]

Five Star Food Express is Joining the delivery.com Network

NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — delivery.com, a leading destination for online ordering today announced that Five Star Food Express has joined the delivery.com network. Five Star Food Express, which serves several cities in Arizona, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, and Utah, will now be available exclusively through the delivery.com website and app. The current Five Star Food Express management and teams will remain […]

Payment processing company, Uber Eats team for food-delivery platform

Shift4 Payments, an integrated payment-processing-solutions company, and Uber Eats, an on-demand food-delivery platform, recently partnered to launch a new on-demand food-delivery platform will be available through Shift4’s Marketplace. The platform will seamlessly integrate Shift4’s restaurant clients. This eliminates the need for separate tablets to manage services. All orders will be managed with one central point-of-sale […]

How food delivery upstarts are fighting the tyranny of Grubhub

“The pandemic really just crushed us,” says Sean Li, cofounder of CaterCow, a platform that partners with restaurants to deliver big batch buffet-like food options primarily to offices and event spaces across eight major U.S. cities. When most nonessential businesses shut their doors in mid-March and people started working from their living rooms, Li says he […]

Uber Eats pilots online ordering service for restaurants

COVID-19 outbreaks. A nearly six-week shutdown. Layoffs and difficulty landing government assistance. These are just a few of the challenges facing Tampa Bay restaurants, as eateries around the country struggle to stay afloat during the pandemic. One delivery app is looking to give food businesses a boost and build its partnerships as restaurants increasingly shift […]

132-Year-Old Deli Katz’s Launches Its Own Delivery Service, Sidestepping Third-Party Apps

NYC institution Katz’s has launched its own local delivery service this week, eschewing third-party sites like Grubhub and Uber Eats, Bowery Boogie reports. Diners are now able to find Katz’s familiar menu, including its wildly popular pastrami sandwich, the rueben, potato latkes, and matzoh ball soup, available on the restaurant’s website to order directly for delivery across the […]