GrubHub Food Delivery & Takeout
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Hungry? The GrubHub app can help. Enter your address or search your current location and be treated to all of your nearby delivery or pickup options from our massive restaurant network – 20,000+ eateries in more than 500 of America’s best cities. Once you find what you’re hungry for, you can easily place your order right through the app.
And with all your past orders saved and available for easy reordering, there’s a slight chance you’ll eat too much and too often. But hey, your self-control is beyond the scope of this app.
-View menus, reviews and restaurant information for 20,000+ restaurants in more than 500 cities, and easily place your order online through the app.
-Search your current location or enter an address to find and order from takeout restaurants near you.
-Search by cuisine, restaurant or menu item and filter restaurants to see which are currently accepting online orders.
-Save multiple addresses and order faster from the places you frequent.
-Search for delivery restaurants, carryout restaurants or both, and filter by the restaurant’s proximity to wherever you are – perfect for grabbing some grub on the go.
-Save a little cash with our coupons and discounts.
- Stay up to date on your order’s progress when you order from our Track Your Grub restaurants. Select restaurants even let you track your delivery’s progress in real-time on a map.
-Past orders are saved for speedy reordering – seriously, just a couple of taps.
-Your payment information is stored so you only have to fiddle with all those numbers once.
Available in more than 500 of your favorite cities, including: Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Bloomington, Boston, Boulder, Champaign-Urbana, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Hartford, Houston, Ithaca, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Madison, Miami, Milwaukee, Nashville, New Haven, New York, Oakland, Orange County, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Scottsdale, Seattle, Syracuse, Tampa, Tempe and Washington DC.
What's New in Version 2.93.1
• Squashed some more bugs.
• We were going to allow payment via "interesting trades," but our CFO said he'd rather see us add PayPal support. So, PayPal support it is! But you can still give us your old Volvo.
• You'll get some nice status updates for all orders now. And, if your order is a bit behind, you can now contact us without leaving the app. We'll find it for you and update you via text to make you feel better. Novocaine for the Soul.
• More bug fixes than you can shake a stick at.
App is great, BUT...
The ordering process is great and they're upfront about their delivery charges and minimums (which for a single person is usually too high). The typical delivery charge is 7.95 with a minimum (before delivery charge) of $35. Then you have the option to tip ahead of time. This is like gambling because you don't know the level of service ahead if time. You also have no idea how long the order will take. The tip is based on both the food AND delivery charge, so on a $35 order the delivery and tip were over $15. Okay, paying for convenience. I get it. Expensive but okay.
However, the order took 2 hours to arrive. They don't tell you how long it will take until AFTER you pay!!!
Then the delivery person couldn't find me in the directory to get in the building --so once he got up to my apartment 10 minutes later he yelled at me as if it were my fault. The food was from a very good restaurant but it was not hot and I just got scolded after paying $15 in tips and delivery charges.
So I paid over $50 for a great Caesar salad, Pepsi, and a medium two topping pizza that I had to wait two hours to get. Food was good, but of course after two hours I could've eaten a shoe.
No Shoes, No Shirt, Great Service
The app is great. No lag, no glitches and no crashes. The app is perfectly organized, so there's no navigation issues whatsoever. It's much better than using the website itself.
Contacting 'GrubHub' to speak with a representative isn't that bad. Majority of the time the time, reps are genuinely friendly.
I can easily say that we (the customers) are too easily butt-hurt when it comes down to us being satisfied.
Please take note that you (the customer) are not the only-single-most important customer in the world.
It's true that some restaurant's simply do a terrible job when it comes to providing an excellent product as you expect.
Overall; this is excellent. I'm looking forward to a potential update with a new layout.
AVOID - DO NOT USE - Worst Service & Overcharged
Always late. The order always wrong & cold. Half the items arrive looking like delivery staff played football with it.
Though the call center staff is friendly, their apologies are wrought and insincere, like they are reading a script.
I could understand this happening once or maybe twice, however I stupidly gave them four opportunities, using four different restaurants through their service and they never seem to get it right.
Great concept, but doesn't work in reality.
It appears that if you call with a complaint about a restaurant, you cannot place a review about it on the site. Makes it look like everyone is happy, because though those with problems are unable to post their complaints about specific restaurants.
The most recent order was from Out Back Steakhouse in Pembroke Pines. It was so bad that we ended up giving the food to the dog.
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Oct 28, 2013
- Version: 2.93.1
- Size: 21.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: GrubHub Inc
- © 2013 GrubHub, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.