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Thursday, July 14, 2016

OrderUp now delivers to Baldwin Park from 25 area restaurants

Posted By on Thu, Jul 14, 2016 at 6:18 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA ORDERUP FROM GROUPON
  • Photo via OrderUp from Groupon
Groupon's OrderUp announced July 5 that it was expanding its service in the Orlando area to the Baldwin Park neighborhood.

OrderUp is a third-party on-demand food delivery service, where people pay for their restaurant orders online or through the app using a credit card or Apple Pay, and can then track their takeout right to their doors. 



The service launched in Downtown Orlando in August 2015, and has since then expanded to College Park, UCF, and now Baldwin Park. As of now, OrderUp has partnered with more than 25 restaurants in the Baldwin Park area, including Houndstooth Sauce Co., Sushi Lola's, Oblivion Taproom, Chi Pan Asian and Chipotle. 

"Since we first launched in Orlando, we've been expanding rapidly, and we're excited to offer the people of Baldwin Park a new, convenient option to satisfy their cravings," Demetrius Frazier, general manager of OrderUp Orlando, said in a press statement.
 

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