Need food but don’t want to leave the house to get it? With a few quick taps on your phone you can have food delivered right to your door–and it doesn’t even have to be pizza! Here are five food delivery services in Birmingham and a quick lesson on how to use them.
How To Order
While each food service is unique in its own way, they all basically follow the same process for ordering.
- Download the apps!
- Pick your delivery location and input the address where you’d like your meal delivered.
- Browse Birmingham’s restaurants to find just what you’re craving.
- Place your order. It can be delivered right away or you can schedule a time that’s convenient for you.
- Track the progress of your order and receive updates as its prepared and on its way to your door.
Now that you know how to order, you just have to figure out which food delivery service is your favorite. Here are six to choose from.
Available in over 200 cities worldwide, Birmingham is the newest on the Uber Eats delivery service list. The app launched just last week and offers food delivery with menus from more than 40 delicious restaurants. More on Uber Eats.
Photo via Uber Eats’ Facebook page.
With over more than 110,000 menus across 800+ cities in the U.S. and Canada, DoorDash offers an incredible selection of favorite local and national restaurants.
The TakeOut Bham
The TakeOut Bham is the older sibling on the block, having offered food delivery services in Birmingham since 2010. Locally owned and operated, The TakeOut offers service from over 50 restaurants in town.
The TakeOut Trussville is set to open this September.
Have you heard of the food delivery service Waitr? These commercials may ring a bell.
Waitr delivers food from over 2,000 restaurants so you definitely won’t go hungry with help from this food service. In fact, feel free to order the whole menu or just a drink because Waitr does not set limits on how much or how little you can order.
For a food delivery service app that has no hidden fees and lots of exclusive deals from nearby restaurants, Grubhub is definitely worth a try.
Photo via Grubhub’s Facebook page.
It’s new to Birmingham, and their motto is:
Oh, wow. Delivery worlds have collided with this one. Cupcakes and confetti and a can opener, please. With his app you can order food, and whatever else you forgot to bring to the party.
Download the app here.
Which ones have you tried?