As working from home and social distancing have become the way of life for many people in the San Francisco area, the way we are able to buy groceries and get food from our favorite restaurants has changed. As restaurants have had to switch to takeout-only, many of us are having to turn to food delivery services to keep from leaving the house and entering the crowded stores and restaurants.
Many delivery services are implementing no-contact delivery, where meals and groceries are left on the doorstep rather than handed to you. Below, we are going to lay out some of our favorite delivery services to use for your safe delivery.
Many restaurants in the area also are doing their own delivery, as they are not part of an agreement with the delivery services. Ordering directly from the restaurant ensures that all of the money you spend goes to that restaurant from which you ordered the food.
Seamless is now available in more than 1,600 cities, including South San Francisco. Seamless is suspending commissions in the wake of the outbreak. Seamless was created to help small businesses that would not usually be able to pay larger companies to deliver their food. New seamless customers get a free $5 credit when signing up. Seamless is great for privately owned small restaurants, so this could widen the variety of menu possibilities available to you!
DoorDash has one of the largest selections of restaurants to choose from. DoorDash is now allowing independent restaurants to join the platform with zero commissions for 30 days and is also not requiring commission fees on pick-up orders for partners.
DoorDash offers no-contact delivery and is very easy to use from the comfort of your home.
Delivery drivers must pass an extensive background check, so you can also trust the person delivering your items. Order your favorite meal from DoorDash.
Uber Eats includes a wide selection of food, plus in the wake of the recent pandemic. the company is offering free meals to healthcare providers and first responders who are fighting the coronavirus. Delivery fees are being waived for most small businesses in most markets.
Postmates goes above and beyond just food delivery. Postmates also delivers goods such as alcohol and groceries. Postmates is offering no-contact delivery on food delivery and grocery deliveries. The company is offering a $10 credit to new customers signing up this month. To order food, groceries, or alcohol from postmates click here.
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