“Pizza” Out, 2015: EatStreet End-Of-Year Stats

It’s the last day in 2015, so we wanted to wrap up the year on Dishin’ It Out by dishing out some numbers at you. Take a look at our handy-dandy stats-tastic roundup of the most popular cuisine types, favorite New Year’s Eve eats, and the top New Year’s Day hangover eats.

2015 was a big year at EatStreet. And a big year for pizza. We looked at our top 100 most frequently ordered items to see the most popular cuisine types. Check out how they all stacked up:

pizza

 

 

Pizza – 41%

 

wings

 

Wings – 26%

 

 

chinese

 

Chinese – 11%

 

 

sushi

 

Japanese – 8%

 

 

sub

 

Sandwiches – 3%

 

Also cracking the top 100: Burgers, Indonesian, Indian, Hawaiian, and Thai.When you find something good, you just can’t stay away. Why should food be any different? 2015’s big winners for most-ordered items were:

  • Large 14” Cheese Pizza with one topping
  • Crab Rangoon
  • Wings (more than 29,000 lbs!)

New Year’s nuggets: Pizza, crab Rangoon, and wings. You guys just can’t get enough–clearly.New Year’s Eve most-ordered items:

  • Wings
  • Large one-topping pizza
  • Crab Rangoon

Also on the popular items list for NYE:

  • Al pastor tacos
  • General Tso’s chicken
  • Empanadas
  • Ice cream (sure, it’s winter, but why not?)
  • Mozzarella sticks
  • Chocolate chip cookie (a wise choice!)

Gotta have something for the morning after. For the above lists, we excluded the soda orders to give you food-only facts. But here, on one of the most hungover days, we thought it appropriate to let you know that soda orders accounted for 13% of those top items on Jan. 1, 2015. Something fizzy for those tummies. (Though 1% were milkshakes…)Here are the most popular New Year’s Day foods:

  • Wings (Again. Hair of the dog? Feather of the chicken, maybe?)
  • Pizza (Always. We understand)
  • Waffle fries
  • Steamed dumplings
  • General Tso’s chicken
  • Bacon cheeseburger (there ya go, something to soak up all that booze)

Ordering in? Snap a pic of the food and festivities and tag us on social. We may just hook you up with free nomz! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.EatStreet has you covered for all your noshing needs this New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. You can order ahead or set up an order with a group online. You can also get your party snacks on our online app available on iOS and Android.Have a safe and happy new year!