"I miss eating in restaurants so now I whisper 'yes excellent choice' to myself when I make my takeout selections."
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Grubhub's annual "Year in Food" report reveals which dishes became more popular during the pandemic.
If it makes my life easier, ensures that my family is eating a quality meal and allows me to rest my mind and body, I order in.
It's my quarantine mega time-saver.
One of my personal pregnancy quirks is that I truly cannot handle any kind of lingering “old food” smell.
The Chowbus co-founder explains the struggles of independent restaurants, and why ordering chicken and broccoli at every Chinese joint is a mistake.
Health care personnel and others now run the risk of arrest during their commutes.
America loves ordering in, especially amid the coronavirus pandemic. But our hunger for convenience could bury the planet in trash.
These delivery services for beef, pork and other meats could be just the thing you need.
The top foods in every state over the past two months, according to Yelp.
Could your last delivery order have been, in fact, a Charles Entertainment Cheese pizza?
Lucky Devil Lounge in Oregon has come up with yet another innovative, fun and sexy idea to keep income — and customers — coming during the pandemic.
A strip club in Oregon turned its business into a food pick-up and delivery service so that exotic dancers can still put on a show during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you can't visit the grocery store during the coronavirus pandemic, these brands will mail you their treats.
Drivers are jeopardizing their health and safety to bring restaurant food and groceries to your doorstep.
Here's how to get dog and cat food, toys and pet prescriptions delivered to your door — from stores other than Amazon and Walmart.
The biggest tip during the coronavirus pandemic: Order directly from the restaurant when you can. Then limit your personal contact and tip big.
Shon Boulden, owner of two Portland, Oregon, strip clubs, posed "Boober Eats" as a joke. The enthusiastic response has been no laughing matter.
It’s time to take social distancing seriously — including when you order takeout. Here are the food apps that offer no-contact delivery.