When you think about calling for a pizza delivery for the fourth night in a row, your stomach might just jump out and stop you. But after you've pulled an all-nighter in the library (or the bar, hey, it's your life), the last thing you probably want to do is get your butt out of bed to claim some noms from the dining hall. Here are some places that will deliver more than just a generic pizza. The furthest you'll have to move is to your door, plus your stomach will thank you.
4066 N. Alafaya Trail, bangkoksquareorlando.com
Order when you're in the mood for: dumplings, spring rolls, sushi and Thai food.
12101 University Blvd., Suite 225, 877-632-6654, insomniacookies.com
Order when you're in the mood for: a warm, melting cookie. Or six. Order with a side of milk for the perfect study snack.
12140 Collegiate Way, 407-380-2333, pitapitusa.com
Order when you're in the mood for: any kind of pita sandwich. They have pitas filled with veggies, meat, black bean burgers, falafel, scrambled eggs ... if you can stuff it in a pita, they probably have it on the menu.
South Philly Steaks
12094 Collegiate Way, 407-985-3805, southphillysteaksorlando.com
Order when you're in the mood for: foot-long hot dogs, mozzarella sticks, fries and, of course, any kind of Philly cheesesteak you can conceive.
3050 N. Alafaya Trail, 407-392-2260, zbaked.com
Order when you're in the mood for: burgers, subs, sandwiches, wings and tons of other munchies.
You have probably already heard of this service, which delivers nationwide, but did you know it was co-founded by a graduate of Rollins College? William Moore graduated from Rollins in 1999 and he helped launch this service, which delivers food from restaurants all over the region, in 2008. For a delivery fee (usually $3.99 to $6.99), Doorstep will deliver anything from the menus of participating restaurants listed on its website.
Highlights include: Jersey Mike's (subs), Friendly Confines (wings and pub grub), Whole Foods and more.
A $6.99 base delivery charge will bring more than two dozen restaurants to your door, thanks to Yelp's service Eat24. Delivery minimum is $13.
Highlights include: Black Bean Deli (Cuban cuisine), Tamarind (Indian cuisine) and Powerhouse Café (salads, healthy wraps and smoothies).
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