It’s called delivery.
In previous newsletters, we talked about the rapid growth of restaurant delivery.
There is a big trend for consumers that don’t want to go to a restaurant. Forget calling and picking up your order. People want it delivered.
Fast food and fine dining establishments are all participating in meal deliveries. That’s not news.
New startup businesses are participating in delivery services. Entrepreneurs are starting services that will delivery food to you from any restaurant within their immediate area.
GrubHub is a growing company that started in 2004. They now work with 35,000 restaurants to deliver food from local restaurants to your door.
So what’s new?
There is a new trend towards delivery only restaurants. Restaurants participating range from fast food to fine dining. There’s a new crop of restaurants just for home diners. You place an order online and “chef” entrepreneurs with commercial kitchens, and without sit-down dining, make your food and have it delivered (either by the staff or a delivery service).
GrubHub expects much of their growth to come from these “chef” entrepreneurs.
Delivery only restaurants give you all the bells and whistles. Your food gets delivered promptly. The food is packaged in ways that make it easy to unpack and eat. It can be a better experience than actually going to a restaurant.
To see lots of articles related to the topic, search Google for delivery only restaurants.
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