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UberEATS noms its way into Stamford with delivery (discount code inside)

8 Sep
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UberEATS Stamford is now live . . . and your life may never be the same. Pic from UberEATS.

You rely on Uber to get you from Point A to Point B . . . plus when you’re drunk and have lost control of all muscular function in your body. And, starting today, you’ll rely on Uber in a new way: UberEATS. Here’s how it works:

  1. Download the app (Android or Apple) or use their site.
  2. Pick the restaurant that you want lunch or dinner delivery from. Right now there are over 40 restaurants in the listings with no charge for delivery. Eventually they will move to a delivery fee.
  3. Just some of the restaurants participating are EOS, Fortina, Cilantro, Aria, Royal Guard Fish and Chips, Tavern 489, Tabouli Grill, The Village Table, Layla’s Falafel, Atlantic Pizza House, Tawa, Soosh, Quattro Pazzi, Tomatillo, Noir, Acuario, Tomato Tomato, T’s Pizza Kitchen, Mi Terruno, Fiesta Atlantic, Bar-B-Q, Sunny & Frankies, Myrna’s Kitchen, and Villa Italia. 
  4. At checkout, enter this code: eats-678aa  That will get you $10 off your order (and will also give us that if you’d be so kind.)
  5. Om nom nom when your food arrives.

 

 

OmNomCT Tries Marley Spoon Meal Delivery + Exclusive 30% Discount for Readers!

13 Oct

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Marley Spoon‘s recipe for success is pretty simple: take some great quality ingredients, pack them up in a box with ice packs and easy to follow directions, and ship them out for your enjoyment. About 6 months ago we were drawn to this kind of approach when we started using Blue Apron, another meal delivery service, so we were totally onboard when Marley Spoon reached out to us to try their service.

Marley Spoon is organized by Culinary Director Jennifer Aaronson who was Martha Stewart’s Editorial Director of Food & Entertaining and offers a similar service to Blue Apron, but with one major difference: Marley Spoon sends leftover ingredients (after they pack all their customers’ boxes) to City Harvest, which helps feed more than 1.4 million NY’ers who don’t have enough to eat. As if that weren’t awesome enough, their food is pretty awesome too, with ingredients that come from local farms, artisan shops, vendors, and butchers. Ok, so let us break it down for you . . . Continue reading

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