Eat Club

Food delivered for your team, minus all the work

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Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Pretty cool — allows each employee to order whatever he/she wants, taking away the risk of the monolithic order that doesn't please everyone.
David Spinks
David Spinks@davidspinks · CEO, CMX Media
Surprised this wasn't posted here before! Huge fan of eat club. Have used it at a couple companies, have always had a great experience.
Dan Leveille
Dan Leveille@danlev · Product Marketing, DeviantArt
We've been using this at DeviantArt for company lunches and everyone really loves it. There's always a good selection to choose from and the food has always been great quality.
Rahul Thathoo
Rahul Thathoo@thathoo · Engineering Lead, Woodworker
I like Eat Club. A few feature requests. I feel a little annoyed that if on a given day I forget to order before 10am I can no longer get any food. The app sends out push notifications but thats not enough, I miss it. I wish there was a stronger reminder so that I wouldnt miss it really. I wouldnt mind an SMS reminder. May be also offer food options to me via text and allow me to place order via SMS. Secondly (and relatedly), I wish there was a way to put it on auto pilot. I am super non-fussy about what I eat. I wish I could set some parameters (eg: only veggie on Tuesdays :P) and it would just place an order for me within those parameters. That would really help me reduce one additional decision I need to make at work. Thirdly, I wonder if there's anything fun/social that can be achieved out of bucketing users (within or without the company) based on similar ordering patterns. But it'd be fun to see if I had a food cousin on the app whose ordering habits resemble mine closely.
Ruchi Bansal
Ruchi BansalMakerHiring@ruchibansal · VP, Product
@thathoo We actually have a way to put you on auto-pilot - it's your backup plan if you don't order. Will get that figured out for your company and you. As for finding your food cousin, its something @stonegksp has built and we ran it internally for EAT Club team but haven't formally launched yet. Great to hear the feedback that you would find it useful!
Jay McCauley
Jay McCauley@mccauley_jay
I knew taking lunch orders could get complicated, but it's certainly interesting to see entire businesses pop up that are built to solve that issue. Same premise as ZeroCater I'm guessing.