CHICAGO — Online and mobile food delivery service Grubhub is adding delivery capabilities to dozens of additional markets across 17 states.
The company said it is partnering with locally-owned restaurants and national chains in the areas so customers will have options when ordering food.
“Expanding our delivery capabilities throughout the US is incredibly important and an effort we continue to make significant progress on,” said Stan Chia, chief operating officer, Grubhub. “A key priority is empowering our local restaurant partners with more opportunities to reach new audiences, and with every market we launch, we're able to connect even more diners with the widest selection of choice."
With the expansion in the second quarter, Grubhub deliveries will now be available to restaurants in new markets, including:
Fayetteville, Arkansas; Santa Barbara, Santa Rosa, Visalia and Vallejo, California; Cape Coral, Palm Bay-Melbourne and Pensacola, Florida; Rockford, Illinois; South Bend, Indiana; Lexington, Kentucky; Lafayette, Louisiana; Springfield, Massachusetts; Portland, Maine; Lansing, Michigan; Gulfport, Biloxi and Pascagoula, Mississippi; Reno, Nevada; Salem, Oregon; Harrisburg, Reading, Scranton, York and Hanover, Pennsylvania; Beaumont, Port Arthur, Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen, Edinburg and Mission, Texas; Ogden and Provo, Utah; Spokane, Washington.