Seamlessweb, Menupages, Grubhub... seems the options to order food through your computer or smartphone are plentiful in New York. Apparently there is room for one more! Enter the newest restaurant ordering and delivery website: FoodToEat.com. Last week, the venture celebrated their launch party at west side hotspot STASH.
STASH was packed to the gills with friends and family out to support the 25-year-old creator of FoodToEat.com, Sharma Kapur. Kapur treated guests to music, an open bar, and delicious appetizers. Also in attendance was the charity organization Action Against Hunger, who partnered with Sharma to not only celebrate but help a worthy cause.
FoodToEat.com's niche in the market seems to be the inclusion of Food Trucks and smaller restaurant owners. Instead of having to wait in long lines to grab food from your favorite mobile establishment, FoodToEat.com now enables hungry individuals to cut lines and grab food instantly. The high energy scene and excitement of the night seems like a precursor to the drive and success the company is sure to endure.