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  • An image of a gray stadium with Chase Center on the side.
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    DoorDash launches in-stadium ordering with Golden State Warriors

    Guests attending games or events at the Chase Center in San Francisco will be able to use DoorDash’s app to order from concession stands for pickup. 

    By Oct. 18, 2022
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    Seattle, Uber Eats reach $3.3M settlement in gig worker pay case

    In the largest settlement under the city’s COVID-19 Gig Worker Premium Pay Ordinance, the aggregator will pay thousands of workers for alleged violations. 

    By Oct. 17, 2022
  • Trendline

    Off-premise initiatives

    The pandemic has proven that off-premise operations, from takeout to drive-thru, are a vital part of the restaurant industry to keep revenue up and consumers returning.

    By Restaurant Dive staff
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    Grubhub, Starship deploy delivery bots across 5 college campuses

    Over 170,000 students have access to food delivery through this integration, and more colleges are expected to launch the service later this year.

    By Oct. 12, 2022
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    DoorDash users can now add c-store alcohol to their restaurant order

    The aggregator’s latest enhancement to its DoubleDash service allows people to bundle alcohol in with their order from a convenience store or restaurant.

    By Jessica Loder • Oct. 11, 2022
  • A gray four-door SUV marked as a Motional driverless vehicles is parked in front of a wood-sheathed restaurant with outdoor seating.
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    Courtesy of Motional

    Uber and Motional to roll out autonomous ride-hail and delivery services in US cities

    AV developer Motional, which also works with Lyft, announced a 10-year agreement with Uber on Thursday. The partnership’s first driverless rides are slated for later this year.

    By Dan Zukowski • Oct. 10, 2022
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    Smokey Bones’ virtual brands website includes 2 new concepts

    BiteHall, which officially launches Tuesday, showcases three of Smokey Bones’ existing brands as well as two new brands, Bowl Market and Tender Box.

    By Updated Oct. 10, 2022
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    Courtesy of Uber

    Uber adds debit card, instant deposit for drivers

    The Uber Pro debit card will provide drivers up to 10% cashback on gas, 12% on EV charging and instant pay after completion of a ride or delivery. 

    By Oct. 7, 2022
  • An image of a closed and boarded up restaurant during Hurricane Ian.
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    DoorDash offers $10K grants to small restaurants impacted by Hurricane Ian

    Restaurants can apply for Restaurant Disaster Relief Fund grants, which DoorDash created last year in partnership with Hello Alice, through Dec. 30.

    By Oct. 6, 2022
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    Courtesy of Starship

    Food delivery robots to roam Chicago in pilot program

    Robot operators will partner with restaurants and grocery stores to test the app-based robot deliveries while city leaders examine device boundaries and risk. 

    By Katie Pyzyk • Oct. 3, 2022
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    DoorDash will offer $1M in gift cards to food insecure communities

    The aggregator has partnered with 18 mayors to provide data on local food needs and deliver meals to households with poor food access. 

    By Sept. 29, 2022
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    Uber, Visa issue $1M in grants to 100 small business owners

    The Local Initiatives Support Corporation has selected 100 active Uber Eats partners, who are primarily business owners of color, to receive $10,000 grants.

    By Sept. 29, 2022
  • An image of a drone in flight with the logo Charleys on the side
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    Charleys Philly Steak takes off with Flytrex drone delivery

    Through this partnership, the autonomous drone delivery company can deliver food from Charleys to customers’ backyards within three minutes. 

    By Sept. 28, 2022
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    DoorDash to offer first credit card via Chase, Mastercard

    Co-branded cards have been proven to increase customer frequency, which could also deepen loyalty. 

    By Sept. 27, 2022
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    Uber Eats integrates with Toast, Clover

    These deals will allow Uber Eats’ restaurant partners to onboard with both their POS provider and the delivery company much faster. 

    By Sept. 27, 2022
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    ASAP inks first NHL in-stadium ordering partnership

    This deal with the Florida Panthers builds on past partnerships with NFL teams as ASAP expands its reach. 

    By Sept. 21, 2022
  • Bloomin' Brands launched its virtual Tender Shack brand in February 2021
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    Bloomin’ scales virtual brand reach with expanded Grubhub deal

    Tender Shack, which launched on DoorDash’s marketplace in 2020, will soon be available on the delivery platform.

    By Sept. 16, 2022
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    Courtesy of QDOBA

    Qdoba enters Austin, Texas, via Reef ghost kitchens

    The Mexican chain launched a ghost kitchen trial with Reef trial in Austin this spring, and plans to open 25 locations with the ghost kitchen company.

    By Updated Sept. 15, 2022
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    Sponsored by Workday

    Setting the table for the restaurant of the future

    What will the future of the restaurant industry look like over the coming year?

    Sept. 12, 2022
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    Permission granted by Uber Technologies

    Uber, Nuro strike 10-year deal for robot food delivery

    Uber Eats will use Nuro’s autonomous delivery bots to deliver orders in Mountain View, California, and Houston.

    By Sept. 8, 2022
  • A green co-branded Wendy's and 'Rick and Morty' logo and Uber Eats bag flank cartoon versions of new sandwiches and drinks from the restaurant chain.
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    Wendy’s latest ‘Rick and Morty’ crossover opens portal to Uber Eats

    Delivery continues to be a focus of the partnership as the reference-heavy Adult Swim series enshrines its place in the pop culture conversation.

    By Peter Adams • Sept. 7, 2022
  • Brinker International launched its second virtual brand, Maggiano's Italian Classics, in 2021.
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    Brinker to trim virtual brand menu, hike prices

    The company is rightsizing menus, pricing and kitchen operations for It’s Just Wings and Maggiano’s Italian Classics, which drove 6% of sales in fiscal 2022. 

    By Aug. 25, 2022
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    ASAP partners with FoodBoss to grow market visibility

    ASAP, formerly called Waitr, will gain access to new restaurants and customers on the food delivery search engine in its first partnership since rebranding. 

    By Aug. 23, 2022
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    Retrieved from DoorDash on August 22, 2022

    DoorDash tailors product dashboard for small restaurants

    The company’s suite of offerings helps businesses pick services based on their priorities, such as growing online or increasing order volumes.

    By Aug. 22, 2022
  • An image of a sign with a red apple and the word Applebee's
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    Andrew Burton via Getty Images

    Why an Applebee’s franchisee is going delivery-only

    Doherty Enterprises, which runs 90 Applebee’s units, has a ghost kitchen in Miami and plans to open a delivery-only unit in New York City next year. 

    By Aug. 22, 2022
  • A delivery person on a bicycle checks the address of their next shipment with their mobile phone.
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    Sponsored by MENU Technologies

    How the right delivery and dispatching technology can help your restaurant succeed

    With the right technology in place, restaurants can improve the quality of the entire delivery process end-to-end while saving on commissions and labor-intensive management of several external parties.

    Aug. 22, 2022