Today is a big day at EatStreet and we want you to celebrate with us. We’re very happy to announce that EatStreet and Yelp have teamed up to bring online ordering to thousands more of Yelp’s restaurants and their customers.
People already visit Yelp to read reviews and find new restaurants, and they can now order their food directly from many more restaurant pages on Yelp, courtesy of our integration into the Yelp Platform. Restaurants benefiting from the new capabilities are in major metropolitan centers such as New York and Chicago, as well as EatStreet’s key markets, including cities such as Madison and Iowa City.
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Hi EatStreeters! I’m Eric Martell, co-founder and COO of EatStreet. I’ll lead off with a joke:
Q: What did the hungry computer eat?
A: Chips! One byte at a time.
I’m sure that’s the funniest thing you’ve read all day!
As Dishin’ it Out progresses, I’ll be writing posts called “Megabites.” I’ll be talking about our product and sharing exciting news from our company. Today, however, I’ll just start with a brief blurb about the three EatStreet co-founders: Matt Howard, Alex Wyler, and myself. We started EatStreet in 2009 in Madison, WI, as BadgerBites, for three reasons.
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