For takeout food delivery
Grubhub and Seamless are sister brands, part of a company that’s easily the leader among food-delivery apps, serving 1,600 cities. Both services have easy-to-use apps and add no fee for deliveries.
UberEats has grown so fast it’s now second to Grubhub in popularity. Uber drivers make the deliveries, with fees starting at $5.
DoorDash is partnered with more restaurants than even Grubhub: 110,000 in 1,200 cities, though it’s thin on premium restaurants. It will take orders, though, for beer and wine.
Caviar is big in San Francisco and “the crème de la crème” of these apps. Available in 21 major cities, it curates selections into categories including Can’t Get a Reservation and Only Available on Caviar.
BeyondMenu, unlike the other delivery apps, also facilitates restaurant reservations.
Postmates delivers food, alcohol, groceries, and more—and offers 24/7 service.