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REVIEW: Delivery.com!



I feel like this a lot.  And when I do want food delivered I'm not always in the mood for commonly deliverable pizza or chinese.  With Delivery.com you can get food delivered from LOTS of local places!! (depending on where you live)

At Delivery.com you can easily order food online from your favorite local restaurants for delivery or pick up. There are over half a million hungry users every month that order from thousands of restaurants in over 50 cities nationwide.


Magical Wok from Sage's Cafe
I tried it and the only hard part was choosing which restaurant I wanted food from :)  All you do is place an order online at Delivery.com, the order is then sent to the restaurant and then you choose to have it delivered or you can pick it up.  Super easy site to navigate!!

When I put in my zip code I was amazed at the restaurants that participated!  We chose to get food from Sage's Cafe and it was at my door in 35 minutes!!  Most of the restaurants in my area use a third party delivery service which adds a charge of $3.99 to your order.  I think for delivery of food from places like this is totally reasonable!!  For me it's cheaper than a babysitter :)  And for nights I want to eat out but don't want to eat with the kids in public, this is a life saver!!  Here are some more restaurants that participate in my area:

Cafe Molise
Mazza
Star of India
Rubio's
Chili's
Sugarhouse BBQ
Old World Cafe
Pagoda

You can check to see participating restaurants in your area here.  This is a truly great service for those of us who want to eat out but don't want to go out!!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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