EatStreet and Madison?s largest local restaurant group form exclusive delivery partnership
Avenue Club, Miko Poke among favorite Food Fight restaurants to offer online ordering
Some of Madison?s most popular local restaurants will now be available on EatStreet, offering online ordering and delivery for the first time.
The 19 restaurants are part of Madison-based Food Fight Restaurant Group. Delivery and online ordering for the restaurants will be phased in over the coming weeks, with Canteen and Miko Poke available today. Many of Food Fight?s restaurants, including DLUX and Bassett Street Brunch Club, will be available by the end of January.
?Madisonians value and support local establishments like Food Fight?s restaurants because of the quality, the unique menus and because they care to spend with local businesses,? said Matt Howard, CEO of EatStreet. ?Our partnership with Food Fight enables us to offer delivery of some of Madison?s favorite restaurants to our collective fans.?
Food Fight Restaurant Group is Madison?s largest locally owned and operated consortium of restaurants that specializes in cuisine ranging from curated tacos to upscale farm-to-table. Because the restaurants take great care to craft an in-house experience, maintaining superior food quality from kitchen to doorstep was a priority for Food Fight and EatStreet.
Before selecting a delivery partner, Food Fight researched a number of services before determining that EatStreet is the perfect fit. With many different concepts, Food Fight has restaurants that provide a variety of foods and price points to match everyone?s different tastes and budgets.
?We?re proud to work with a Madison-based company that?s committed to customer service and food quality, and we?re excited to deliver our customers? favorite dishes right to their front doors,? said Caitlin Suemnicht, chief creative officer at Food Fight Restaurant Group.
Anyone in Madison can check the EatStreet app or visit eatstreet.com to see if they?re in the restaurants? delivery zones. Order buttons, powered by EatStreet, also will be featured on each restaurant?s website, making it easy for customers to order directly from their favorite eateries.
EatStreet, one of the largest independent online and mobile food ordering and delivery services in the U.S., is the smartest shortcut between hungry and happy. Founded in 2010 by three college students, EatStreet is now in over 250 cities nationwide connecting customers to more than 15,000 restaurants. EatStreet is a privately held company with more than 1,000 employees based in Madison, Wisconsin. For more information, visit eatstreet.com/press.