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Deliveries are now left at your door by default and you have the choice to select “Hand it to me” if you prefer. If a no-contact delivery is requested, the Dasher will know you want them to leave your food in a safe place and alert you when it’s ready for pickup.
Advance ordering allows you to get your food when it's most convenient for you.
See when your order will arrive. From food quality to prep-times to traffic to weather, we've factored in all the elements that come between you and your food.
Order as little or as much as you want.
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DoorDash is a technology company that connects people with the best in their cities. We do this by empowering local businesses and in turn, generate new ways for people to earn, work and live. We started this by facilitating door-to-door delivery, but we see this as just the beginning of connecting people with possibility -- easy evenings, happier days, bigger savings accounts, wider nets and stronger communities.
Growing every day and currently serving over 4,000 cities across the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Australia.
National partners include: Chick-fil-A, Burger King, Wendy’s, Chipotle, The Cheesecake Factory, Outback Steakhouse, Panera, Chili's, Subway, Dunkin’ Donuts, Jamba Juice, Panda Express, Moe's Southwest Grill, P.F. Chang’s, Denny’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Papa John's, California Pizza Kitchen, Papa Murphy’s, Jack in the Box, Five Guys, Boston Market, Red Robin, TGI Friday’s, Red Lobster, Qdoba Mexican Eats, El Pollo Loco, Noodles & Company, Buca di Beppo, White Castle, SmashBurger, Schlotzsky’s, and many more.
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Ratings and Reviews
Problem with Tips
I significantly decreased my use of this app for food delivery. In my area, Postmates is probably DoorDash’s biggest competition. DoorDash has a lot more restaurant choices. Unlike Postmates, DoorDash only gives the tipping options at the time of purchase. If there’s a way to change it, I would love to learn how it’s done. How do you know how much of a tip the driver should get or if they deserve one at all. I have had drivers ignore instructions not to go to the door by my garage (where I cannot see or hear them), cold food, food arriving too late... . I’ve had way too many orders with missing items. Why should I commit to tipping up front for this?
DoorDash needs to put pressure on drivers to check orders before leaving the restaurant! Maybe start deducting the cost of missed items from the driver’s guaranteeed fee? I wish they could also deduct for cold food. If the food arrives really cold(or melted for cold stuff) there’s only a few explanations. The driver arrived at the restaurant too late or accepted too many orders and items got cold during multiple stops. If DoorDash has too many incidents, drop that driver. Maybe let customers request drivers who have good star ratings, or ones that they liked from prior orders-to encourage good service. Lyft and Uber do it, why not food delivery companies?
I guess i can fix all my problems if i wasn’t so lazy and just went and got food myself. BUT, it’s frustrating that you offer a service to people and aren’t consistent.
First off, everything is wildly more expensive, i don’t know it that’s doordash’s fault or not. I also can’t explain the frustration when i order food when i entertain guests, and my order gets grouped with another order and takes about 45-60 minutes longer. And i legit get MAD when my house is obviously closer to the driver than the other destination but they still go there first and drive all the way back to where they were in the first place to drop off my order. Why can’t the drivers use their own basic intuition??
The app itself is infuriating. I live in an apartment complex and when i type my address, it puts the pin in the completely wrong spot. I then move the pin, and add delivery instructions, but as soon as the dasher is on their way the app deletes all the information i just put. Although it seems like the drivers still see the delivery instructions. I just really wish the pin feature would work, because doordash drivers are, for whatever reason, completely incapable of finding my apartment. They leave my food at the completely wrong place, and just leave. Can’t even call to confirm?? Or even text??? Obviously it’s the wrong place. I have to go hunt it down wherever these Einstein’s think the delivery instructions say? It’s crazy. Idk what to expect though. So, whatever
I enjoy the DoorDash app very much. I’ve been using it more than other food delivery apps. Ordering is simple and easy and many Dashers are friendly and professional from my experiences. The reason why I’m giving it 3 stars is that there seems to be some strange issue with my address on the app. Now I can’t speak for everyone else cause this might not be a problem for others but for me, it’s becoming a big issue.
I live in a mobile home park and similar to apartments, we have Lot numbers specific to our mobile homes. I put all of the necessary credentials in for my address. I add my Lot number to the apt/suite spot. Everything’s there. However, for some unknown reason, the Lot number does not show up on the address and this has been confusing some of the dashers delivering to me. Now, most of the dashers end up finding me (though, some of them had to circle the neighborhood a few times or will call or text just to get additional information to help find me) but there have been times where my food was not delivered to the right place and this has happened more than twice (too many times to be honest…).
I find it strange that my Lot number does not show for my address during these deliveries. It only makes things difficult for me and the dasher. I hope this gets fixed because this is becoming too much of a hassle for me to add extra instructions just to help my dashers when something simple as a “LOT NUMBER” can easily fix this problem…
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