Not knowing your full spectrum of food delivery possibilities can land you in a serious rut, always eating the same crap, and seeing the same delivery guy so often, he starts visibly judging your pathetic inability to even boil water. Expand your deep-fried horizons, with GrubHub.com.
New to Philly, GH dispatched a single, tireless foot-soldier to amass complete menu and delivery zone details for a 500-strong and growing list of area restaurants, info they've now fed into their highly interactive site in order to ensure that chicken's fed into the barely interactive you. Simply punch in an address (or use their general-area Gmap), and they'll return a rundown of every applicable resto, from pizza and Chinese joints to high-end spots that use 3rd-party delivery, e.g., Pod, Tinto, and Cuba Libre; for more guidance, whittle down via advanced search options like "cuisine type" and "credit card-friendly" -- because if you're gonna walk to the ATM, you might as well net the Kung Pao Shrimp yourself. Once you've settled on a feast, order through GH, being sure to use any coupons they've rounded up; if problems arise, instead of calling the resto, hit up GH's customer service agents via phone or Twitter, though after typing "Swanky Bubbles Restaurant and Champagne Bar", your Tweet'll have to be pretty to-the-point.
To kick off their Philly service, GH is offering first-time users $10 off their total order. They're also launching a blog, with in-house and community posts covering everything from gastro trends to delivery-centric reviews -- enough great grub to guarantee you'll emerge from your serious rut with a serious butt.