New S.F. dining delivery site launched

GrubHub.com, a new Internet site launched in San Francisco this week, allows users to search for restaurants delivering to any address in The City and place orders online or by phone.

“San Francisco has more than 800 delivery restaurants, which means that some neighborhoods have more than 50 choices,” said Matt Maloney, the company’s chief executive officer. “GrubHub.com helps San Franciscans discover new neighborhood gems, get recommendations from their neighbors about the best restaurants in their area, and quickly place orders online or by phone.”

The site offers easy re-ordering options and gives users access to their favorite menus online, as well as saving information about past orders.

GrubHub.com already is operating in Chicago. Maloney says, “With such a vibrant dining community and a tech-savvy population, San Francisco was the natural choice for GrubHub’s second-city expansion.”

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