Downtown Delivery

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby earthling » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:13 pm

DoorDash, another food delivery service from San Fran started today for Downtown, Midtown and OP, with metro expansion coming later.

Large list of participating restaurants in KC... ... arket.html

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby scooterj » Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:44 pm

Yet another delivery business with goofy delivery parameters.

I can use this to order from a restaurant across the street from my wife's office, 5 miles away from my office.

She puts in her address and gets a message that there are no nearby restaurants that they deliver from.

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby WoodDraw » Tue Jan 16, 2018 7:41 pm

gsgeo wrote:
earthling wrote:
earthling wrote:ClusterTruck is now officially open downtown, a sort of food truck delivery hybrid that has an onprem kitchen. A delivery only kitchen I suppose. Sounds like you have to meet driver at curb, not delivered at your door. Based out of Indy, expanded to OH, KC and Denver... ... -location/

KC online menu looks good: Thai to Mexi to burgers to breakfast delivery...

Use it or lose it.

Anyone try this yet? I'm too far away.

I tried it earlier this week. They actually have a 'beta' program in KC, where you can sign up to be a tester: I got approval to be a tester in a matter of hours, which was good for $15 of free food.

I think the food is fairly expensive for what you get. I got the black bean burger with tater tots, which ended up to be just shy of $15 (excluding tip) and the quality was just okay. I may try another dish since it would be pretty convenient while I'm at work. I was able to receive the food in under 30 minutes in the East Crossroads, so that was nice. I do like that they update you on the progress, kind of similar to dominoes website. The delivery driver was also friendly.

I finally tried it and this is basically my review too. The service was great and quick, but the food was just average for what you're paying. I hope they can make it because I'd definitely use it occasionally. But I have doubts.

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby smh » Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:28 am

For my delivery dollar, Grubhub remains the best. $2.99 delivery from KokoThai, usually in under 30 minutes. It's fantastic.

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby wahoowa » Thu Jan 18, 2018 5:24 pm

wow, 30 minutes at kokothai? i'd pay grubhub $3 to get food that quickly while i sit at a table there :D

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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby shinatoo » Thu Jan 18, 2018 6:21 pm

wahoowa wrote:wow, 30 minutes at kokothai? i'd pay grubhub $3 to get food that quickly while i sit at a table there :D

True, but worth the wait.
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Re: Downtown Delivery

Postby brewcrew1000 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 8:39 pm

I just used grub hub for the first this past weekend for bay boy sandwiches and I loved it. They were very responsive and the restaurant ran out of something so grub hub called me for the change i wanted and they gave me a 5 dollar credit for the inconvenience.
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