For far too long, delivery options in Miami have been limited to little more than pizza, Chinese food, and the occasional singing telegram, although those will subsequently be shot in hilariously slapstick fashion by Tim Curry. Fattening you up in the kitchen, with
the candlestick all sorts of food: GrubHub.
Finally hitting Miami after bulging the waists of cities across the country, GH will whisk you eats from roughly 100 restaurants around town (with way more coming!) without ever having to talk to anyone on the phone, which is an ancient term for that machine you use to text people. To get started, just type in your address and the cuisine you're hoping to crush, and GH’ll generate a list of within-range restos; from there, pick a joint, roll through its menu, and just click on whatever you want in their slick interface, before inputting your c-card info (which they’ll save for easy ordering next time) and if you have one, a coupon code, which presumably does "up up, down down, left right, left right" movements you can't do if you're using a coupon, because you're extremely old. Right now, delivering joints include Damn Good Burger, bread-borne delights from La Baguette Sandwicherie, El Rancho Grande burritos, and sandwiches from The Munchies, also what was no doubt responsible for this whole concept.
To celebrate their arrival, and because they love just how awesomely lazy Thrillist readers can be, GH's also throwing in a $10 discount on all first-time orders placed now through the Sunday before Labor Day -- which, as anyone who has a Clue will tell you, is a pretty Plum deal indeed.