Grubhub, BJ’s Restaurants And Brewhouse Announce Partnership

Grubhub, a mobile food ordering and delivery platform, is expanding its range of delivery and catering options once again, this time by announcing news of a partnership with another national leader in food services: BJ’s Restaurants and Brewhouse.

BJ’s Restaurants, Inc., operates a nationwide chain of casual dining restaurants offering a diverse range of menu items. Starting today, customers in many of the states served by BJ’s Restaurants will be able to order their favorites with the ease of Grubhub’s platform.

“We are excited to be expanding our delivery options and combining BJ’s extensive menu with the convenience of Grubhub,” said Lon Ledwith, executive vice president of operations at BJ’s Restaurants, Inc.

“The addition of BJ’s locations to Grubhub means diners can order some of their favorite menu items, like the iconic Pizookie® or a delicious handcrafted burger,” said Stan Chia, chief operating officer at Grubhub. Consumers are able to order through desktop or mobile, and the dishes are delivered via the Grubhub retail platform. Additionally, corporate catering is available for business functions.

With the addition of BJ’s Restaurants, national chains are joining the suite of options available to Grubhub’s clientele. This comes after the announcement of a partnership with Groupon in August, with Grubhub acting to bring food delivery to diners directly within the Groupon app.  Grubhub continues to expand its platform and consumer choice in online food delivery. 

As of right now, Grubhub delivery and corporate catering are available at 100 participating BJ’s Restaurants and Brewhouse locations in the states of California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Texas, Virginia and the District of Columbia.




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