GrubHubWhen you travel, wouldn’t you like to be able to immediately know which places offer takeout and deliver—and when? If yes, then download GrubHub on Android or iOS or log on to GrubHub.com to find approximately 30,000 takeout restaurants and menus in more than 700 U.S. cities and London—all of which you can order from without ever picking up a phone. Every order comes with the support of the company’s 24/7 customer service team, and you can leave or read user reviews.

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1 Comment On "Travel App of the Week: GrubHub"
  1. Brat1016|

    Depending on the city, GrubHub is only somewhat helpful. For example in LA you’ll want to use something like LA Bite. In NYC, Seamless.In Boston, GrubHub tends to be pretty good.

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