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If you’re looking for food delivery from the best restaurants in town, Caviar is the app you’ve been waiting for.

Even better, you can now get a discount of up to $20 off by using a Caviar promo code, even if you’re an existing user.

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Currently, Caviar is offering a promo code for new and existing Caviar customers. Sign up using the button below and receive $20 off an order of $120.


What Is Caviar?

Caviar originated in New York City as a delivery service specializing in higher end restaurants from which delivery wasn’t usually available. They were acquired by mobile payments giant Square in 2014. Since then, they’ve partnered with over a thousand restaurants across the country to bring delivery to new heights.

Caviar delivery is available in the following major metro areas:

  • Boston – Hot Restaurants – Area Four and La Brasa
  • Chicago -Hot Restaurants – Bohemian House and Barrio Chicago
  • Dallas and Fort Worth – Hot Restaurants – Cane Rosso and Feed Company
  • Los Angeles  & Orange County – Hot Restaurants – Shake Shack and Dune Atwater
  • Knoxville, TN
  • New York City (Manhatten, Queens & Brooklyn) – Hot Restaurants – Prince Street Pizza, Circa Brewing, and Fat Radish
  • Northern Virginia, VA
  • Rockville, MD
  • Richmond, VA
  • San Diego – Hot Restaurants -BobShop and Funky Elephant
  • Sacramento – Hot Restaurants – Tower Cafe and The Red Rabbit Kitchen
  • San Francisco Bay Area (including the East Bay, Walnut Creek, Marin) – Hot Restaurants – Mandalay and Green Chile Kitchen
  • Seattle (including Seattle Eastside) – Hot Restaurants – Pokeworks and The Halal Guys
  • Philadelphia
  • Portland – Hot Restaurants – Pollo Bravo and Checkboard Pizza
  • Washington D.C. – Hot Restaurants – Farmbird and Bantam King
  • Woodbridge, VA

How Does Caviar Work?

1. You can explore the visual menus by the restaurant name, by cuisine type, or even by neighborhood. Check out restaurant ratings, too! Then, select a restaurant in the app.

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2. Then, you browse the menu to find something you like

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3. Add those dishes to your shopping cart.

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4. Then check out. Don’t forget to leave a tip for your Caviar courier.

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Similar to rideshare services like Lyft and Uber, Caviar uses GPS to find the delivery driver that’s closest to the restaurant around the time your food will be ready for pick up. The driver picks up your food from the restaurant, places it in a temperature controlled bag, and delivers it to your door.

If it’s your first time ordering, you’ll need to enter payment information. You can choose to save your payment information for future orders. Since Caviar is integrated with Square, online payment is secure. An order confirmation with an itemized receipt will let you know that the process of getting your food to you has begun.

Once your driver picks up the food, you can track your order stoplight by stoplight as it makes its way to you. Your delivery might be brought by bike, scooter or car.

Caviar also has exclusive partnerships with a number of restaurants. These restaurants will only fulfill deliver orders through Caviar.

Caviar Delivery Fees And Costs

For pickup orders, there are no order minimums or fees. For delivery orders, there are always a few $0 delivery restaurants being featured. Otherwise, delivery fees are different for each restaurant and order, depending on time and distance. However, delivery ranges are much less limited with Caviar. While a local restaurant might limit delivery hours or range, Caviar delivery operates with its own fleet of couriers. The cost is very reasonable when measured by the distance the courier is traveling.

A service fee of up 18 percent is applied to your subtotal for each Caviar delivery order. This fee is for customer support, logistics, and payment processing.

And of course, you should always tip your Caviar courier.

Caviar Food Delivery Brings Home A Better Dining Experience

Finding the best food in your city at your doorstep can be a lifesaver. The convenience of a meal from the best restaurants in the US, can’t be beaten.

Caviar food ordering is simple, direct and easy to use. The Caviar app is a free download. The interface uses clear visuals to highlight the food and a secure payment interface. Local couriers bring your food directly to your door.

Caviar food delivery fees are reasonable whether you want your food delivered or prepared for takeout and the company works with local independent couriers who choose their own hours and routes. It’s distinct from other services because of its exclusive partnerships with restaurants.

Their commitment to quality includes taking their own photos of the food for their visual menu. Additionally, each one of the foods and its packaging must be tested before being allowed on the app.

Try Caviar Today With Our Caviar Promo Codes And Get Up To $20 Off Your Order

We’ve tested all of the delivery services, and overall, Caviar is one of the best in terms of ease of use, and the quality of the food delivery.

If you’d like to see what we mean, you can try Caviar today with a Caviar promo code (and get up to $20 off) by clicking one of the buttons below.

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Uber Public Transit Integration

Uber Goes Public (Transport), Grab Adds Features, Lyft Litigates

This Week In On Demand — Feb. 1, 2019

The gig economy is picking up speed as we round out January. Here’s a look at what you missed this week in on demand.

Verbit Announces $23 Million Funding Round

Specializing in on demand transcription services, Verbiot announced a successful Series A funding round. The startup released the specifics on Tuesday, showcasing a total investment of $23 million. The round was led by Viola Ventures and supported by Oryzn Capital, ClalTech, Vintage Investment Partners, Vertex Ventures, and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures.

Transcription services are still a vital component of many industries, including law and education. By catering to these two sectors, Verbit is hoping to take over the market with their revolutionary approach. The company relies on a combination of in-house software and freelance transcribers for its services, which boast a 99 percent accuracy rate.

Uber Sets Sights on Public Transport for Financial Boost

Upon entering 2019, there was one thing on the minds of investors: when are Uber and Lyft going public? Unfortunately, the first month of the year was plagued by market instability and a government shutdown, leaving both companies biding their time. As Uber waits for the right IPO moment, it’s turning its attention to municipal transportation.

On Wednesday, the Washington Post reported that the rideshare company is preparing to launch programs catering to public transportation users. The service offers reduced ride rates for passengers to popular transit stops in the area. The company offered similar arrangements in the past, but their current program appears to be focused on the Australian markets.

Unfortunately, Uber may be late to the game. Early this week, Via launched their own public transit service in Los Angeles. The growing rideshare company is partnering with the city to offer affordable rides to three major stations. The pilot program also offers shared vehicle options, similar to Uber Pool, to make it even more cost-effective for public transport users.

Lyft to Fight Back Against NYC Driver Law With Lawsuit

While Uber focuses on broadening service lines, Lyft heads to court in New York City. The company, along with Juno, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday regarding the city’s new driving pay law. The new regulation requires rideshare companies to pay drivers a minimum wage of $17.22 per hour post expenses. Uber is not expected to take part in the suit.

The move serves to block the law from taking effect on February 1 and provide the company with more time to negotiate. According to the company, the lawsuit isn’t a result of the planned increased pay but of fairness, claiming it benefits Uber while hindering Lyft.

“[The law] would advantage Uber in New York City at the expense of drivers and smaller players such as Lyft.”

On another note, the rideshare business is hoping to assist Midwest residents impacted by the solar vortex this week. Lyft is offering free rides in certain cities, like Chicago and Milwaukee, where citizens risk exposure to subarctic temperatures and dangerous wind chills.

Grab Brings Video Streaming to Ridesharing App

Rideshare firm Grab has become an unstoppable force in Southeast Asia. On Monday, the company added another valuable feature to its app with the integration of HOOQ. Similar to other video streaming platforms, HOOQ provides on demand access to entertainment options. Their latest move fills in one of the only customer offering gaps on Grab’s app.

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Originally, the company focused on ride-hailing services, but over the past few years, it seems to be in a constant state of expansion. Their app also offers food and grocery delivery, and recently, it added the option for digital insurance purchases. By expanding services through partnerships, Grab is creating a super app that offers virtually every customer need in one convenient spot.

Recharge Takes on Airbnb With Service Expansion

Airbnb has long held a stronghold on the peer-to-peer home rental industry. Since launching in 2016, Recharge was able to carve a space for itself in the commercial market by focusing on pay-as-you-go hotel room rentals. Now, the company plans to broaden its reach by accepting residential spaces on its platform with its new Homes service.

Recharge allows guests to rent spaces from 30 minutes to a few hours, but they’re able to bypass local residential accommodation regulations by prohibiting overnight stays. While it’s not necessarily a replacement for Airbnb, it’s likely to poach some of the rental company’s business. Recharge’s residential service is launching with limiting listings in three popular travel hubs — Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco.

That’s all the top on demand news highlights this week. Don’t get left behind — check this space every Friday for a rundown of must-know gig economy headlines.