“Food to Eat” Launches Delivery Service For Street Vendors
I just learned about a new website that launched last week called foodtoeat.com. I had been noticing the stickers on some of the food carts in Midtown and yesterday I ran into the founder of the company. Turns out it’s a food ordering system for pickup and delivery, not too dissimilar from Seamless Web. But what makes this one very different (and even more exciting in my eyes) is that they also include food carts and trucks. Currently, there’s only a handful of carts signed up, but they’re some of the favorites with maddeningly long lines, including Biryani Cart, Kwik Meal, Kim’s Aunt Kitchen, and Uncle Gussy’s. Supposedly, the website will be expanding to include more of the gourmet trucks. The service is free to customers and there’s even an Iphone App available. I have yet to try it out, but if it will eventually allow me to get a burrito from Korilla BBQ without a 30 minute plus wait, sign me up. Has anybody checked it out yet? Please leave thoughts in the comments….