While currently only available in New York and San Francisco, they'll be slowly rolling it out to more cities, and considering it charges restaurants a good deal less per transaction than Seamless/Grubhub, odds are you'll be finding it all over. And beyond the convenience of bypassing a line to pay or order, you can also see how long the wait for food is at any given establishment in real time before you commit. Thanks, technology!
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. His religion is Seamless, but he's open to new experiences.