There are plenty of things it's okay to grow bored with -- job, wardrobe, marital sex -- but one thing you should never allow yourself to get sick of is your own laziness. Breathe new life into your enduring apathy, with Food People
Started by three ATL natives, FP's an online interface facilitating dinner & lunch delivery from 60+ and counting inside-the-perimeter restaurants -- from Here to Serve's Slice, to Coco Loco Cuban & Caribbean, to Cafe at Pharr -- many of which are otherwise dine-in only, opening up vast new possibilities for sitting on the couch devouring food. Start your non-journey by inputting your address, and a cover flow of eateries will pop up, along with menus; scroll over menu items for brief descrips, with nutrition information when available, because it's important to watch your cholesterol while also watching Jake and the Fat Man. Add items to your cart until you hit the $14.95 minimum (accomplishable with one order of Prime's Fried Lobster Tail Minis!), then specify delivery time (as quickly as 45 mins, or as late as next day); you can also give special prep instructions, whether it's regarding your prosciutto thin crust pizza (extra meat), or your vegan salad (extra meat).
FP expects to cover 100+ restos by mid-summer, and will soon allow you to build meals with dishes from multiple restaurants -- a legwork-intensive proposition that'll ensure the Food People never have the option of getting sick of their own laziness.