Dinner…Delivered to Your Door

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Canton residents are so lucky! OrderUp, a leading online and mobile food ordering and delivery service, announced last week that they’d added new restaurants to their Baltimore lineup featuring; Chick-fil-A at Canton Crossing, Heavy Seas Alehouse, Farmstead Grill & Farmstead Shack, Atwater’s Bakery in Canton and Pasticcio Italian Kitchen & Bar. 

Changing expectations and evolving to meet the needs of consumers (read: busy, hungry people…I like it!), OrderUp’s unique online and mobile apps give City residents easy access to restaurants who do not offer delivery. With the addition of these new restaurants, OrderUp now lists over 55 Baltimore City restaurants delivering to Canton, Fells Point, Harbor East and Johns Hopkins Hospital. The company will be adding more restaurants to its lineup this fall that will expand its reach in Baltimore to additional neighborhoods. (I hear some good places in Hampden are coming soooooon.)

Check out the list of participating Baltimore restaurants to see who’s delivering to your area.

“Our entire team at HQ literally lives, works and eats right here in Baltimore,” said Chris Jeffrey, Co-Founder and CEO of OrderUp. “With the latest additions, we continue the OrderUp mission of providing this city’s residents the best variety of food options with the quickest delivery from the most sought-after restaurants.”

The Canton-based company recently announced $9 million in Series A venture funding led by Steve Case’s D.C.-based investment firm Revolution Ventures, former LivingSocial CEO Tim O’Shaughnessy, and Five Elms Capital to enhance OrderUp’s rapid growth. OrderUp is currently hiring for numerous positions at its Baltimore headquarters, including sales, marketing, development and support.

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Have you ordered from them yet? Seems to me that it’s kinda like Uber…but with food.

 

Amy Langrehr

Amy Langrehr is the blogger and Instagrammer behind Charm City Cook.She writes about food, drink, cooking and more in her hometown of Baltimore.
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