Hard Rock Café has announced that participating U.S. locations are offering free delivery on orders that are $10 or more running now through July 28. This promotion for Hard Rock Café is a partnership with GrubHub. Those looking to place an order for delivery or takeout can go to the brand’s website or GrubHub’s website and see the menu, as well as place their order on either site, as well as on GrubHub’s mobile app.
“While Hard Rock Cafe provides a safe and entertaining in-restaurant dining experience, we also recognize our guests’ desire to enjoy their favorite Hard Rock menu items from the comfort of their home during these times,” said Stephen K. Judge, President of Cafe Operations for Hard Rock International, in a Hard Rock Café news release. “We are proud to work with renowned partners like Grubhub to provide contact-free delivery services and are thrilled to offer guests free delivery for a limited time.”
Alongside this limited-time delivery offer, Hard Rock Café is also offering a special promotion to honor kids with a free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée. This free kid’s meal promotion can be used for dine-in, takeout, or delivery through GrubHub at any participating Hard Rock Café location now until August 31.
“We provide our diners with an efficient, contact-free delivery experience to ensure their favorites arrive fresh, fast, and in the safest manner possible,” said Seth Priebatsch, Head of Enterprise at Grubhub, in the same Hard Rock Café press release. “Whether it’s the Legendary Steak Burger or another classic menu item, we’re thrilled to partner with an iconic global brand like Hard Rock Cafe to bring meals to diners nationwide.”
Grubhub last month combined with Just Eat Takeaway.com. Specifically, Just Eat acquired 100 percent of the shares of GrubHub in an all-stock transaction, which creates, according to a Just Eat Takeaway.com and Grubhub press release, the world’s largest online food delivery company outside of China.
“When Grubhub and Seamless were founded, the online takeout industry didn’t exist in the U.S., “said Matt Maloney, CEO and founder of Grubhub, in the press release. “My vision was to transform the delivery and pick-up ordering experience. Like so many other entrepreneurs, we started modestly – restaurant by restaurant in our Chicago neighborhood. Today, Grubhub is a leader across North America. I’ve known Jitse (Groen, CEO and founder of Just Eat Takeaway.com) since 2007, and his story is much like mine. Combining the companies that started it all will mean that two trailblazing start-ups have become a clear global leader. We share a focus on a hybrid model that places extra value on volume at independent restaurants, driving profitable growth. Supported by Just Eat Takeaway.com, we intend to accelerate our mission to be the fastest, best, and most rewarding way to order food from your favorite local restaurants in North America and around the world. We could not be more excited.”
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