ZIPDISH announced its launch today, through the merger of the country’s top restaurant delivery and catering services—Delivery Wow in Chicago and South Florida, Café Courier in Columbus, Ohio, Room Service in Paradise in Honolulu, and Delicious Deliveries in Phoenix and Tucson. Headquartered in Chicago and co-founded by Jeff Spitzer and Larry Neibauer, ZIPDISH is now the largest owner-operated restaurant and catering delivery service in the country delivering for 1,000’s of restaurants including national chains Chili’s, Rubio’s, and California Pizza Kitchen to name a few.
Co-founder and CFO, Jeff Spitzer, says, “We established ZIPDISH to leverage our combined local market knowledge to create a larger opportunity for our restaurant partners, as well as a better experience for our corporate and residential customers. ZIPDISH, being operated by its partners, is able to offer a significantly higher level of service to corporate and residential diners than its competitors, something that is currently lacking with the portal delivery experience.”
ZIPDISH offers customers the very best in restaurant delivery and catering from their favorite restaurants to their home, office or hotel room. As the largest owner-operated restaurant delivery service in the country, ZIPDISH will be taking on Grubhub, the country’s biggest restaurant delivery service, head to head. While most customers place online orders for breakfast, lunch or dinner, ZIPDISH prides itself on having highly-trained customer support and logistic teams locally in every market to assist hungry customers in getting great food delivered, accurately and on-time.
ZIPDISH will continue its national expansion through acquisitions and organic growth. ZIPDISH has brought together the top restaurant delivery service providers with decades of experience from Chicago, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Columbus, Phoenix, Tucson, and Honolulu into one national company that offers customers the very best in delivery from their favorite restaurants.
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