COLUMBUS (WCMH) — With Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine ordering all dine-in restaurants to close in an effort to fight the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, there are several food delivery services available to bring food to your door.
In addition to individual restaurants with delivery services (check their websites), the following services are available:
- DoorDash — will deliver from several restaurants including Chipolte, Firehouse Tavern, and McDonald’s.
- Postmates — will deliver from several local restaurants as well as chains like Five Guys, Denny’s and Subway
- Uber Eats — will deliver from Panda Express, Popeye’s, and Donatos Pizza, among several others
- Grub Hub — will deliver from chains like Buffalo Wild Wings, Taco Bell, and Wendy’s
- EatStreet — works more closely with local restaurants instead of national chains
- ClusterTruck — an independently owned, delivery-only kitchen which operates in specific locations including Columbus
All of the above have different charges per delivery, with some holding specials for a user’s first order.
Check the individual websites for more information on charges and delivery locations.
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