Caviar, a new food delivery service has launched in Philly. With popular delivery apps and websites like Grubhub, Foodler, and Seamless– the competition in this space is fierce. So how does this delivery service plan to compete in this crowded marketplace? If you couldn't tell by the fancy name, the service offers delivery from higher-end cuisine, including fine-dining restaurants such as Amada. The no. 14 restaurant on our Foodable Top 25 Philly Restaurants list is also one of the restaurants on Caviar's delivery list.
And what is the appeal for restaurants to partner with Caviar? Well, Caviar charges restaurants a percentage of the sales they make from the delivery site. All of the restaurants currently partnered with Caviar don't offer delivery on their own, so it allows the restaurant to still offer their customers a delivery option.
So do you think that consumers will be tempted to order from Caviar to get food options not offered from other delivery websites? Will more fine-dining restaurants start to offer delivery through Caviar? Read More