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Get A Coupon And Name A Baby

September 22, 2017

Last Wednesday, our Project Manager, John, made the mistake of asking us to help name his new baby. Here’s what we came up with:

  • Prad Bitt
  • Kumquat
  • Carbonara McParmesan
  • Ol’ Baby Face
  • Wafflaerys. First of her name. Breaker of breakfast. The Unburnt. Melter of butter. Mother of syrup.
  • Cheese Sprankle

Clearly we’re terrible (excellent) at this whole naming thing. For the sake of John’s future baby, post your suggestion on our
Facebook or Twitter with hashtag #Eat24BabyNames. And while you’re in baby mode, use this code to order something small and adorable (baby carrots, mini cupcakes, a tiny plate of pasta) on our cheek pinching app*.

Coupon code: cheeks24






*Before you suggest a name like Gondola, Tiramisu, Bing Bing or Princess NahaBananarama, consider the pros and cons. Sure, little Princess NahaBananarama is easy to find on social media, but she’ll never see her name on a gift shop keychain. As a child, she may hate the first day of school, but as an adult she’ll strike fear in the heart of every barista who tries to call her order. And her signature will be the longest in the land. Who needs their name featured in a Lou Bega song anyways? Now ready for a little bit o’ fine print in your life? This $2 coupon expires on Sunday, September 24th 2017 at 11:59PM Pacific Time. You must have a Yelp Eat24 account to use our code, which can only be used once on an order with a total over $15 before tax and tip when paying with Credit Card, Apple Pay, Android Pay, or PayPal. The coupon is valid only on or the Yelp Eat24 app. No offense to Monica, Erica, Rita, Tina, Sandra, Mary, and Jessica.


Inspirational Quote for the Weekend:

All Babies Are Cute. Even Baby Corn.

  • Dominique Stoddard

    Let me first start by saying I work in the service industry and have really high standards for service. Eat24 and Ryan the customer service rep that I spoke to was wonderful and exceeded my expectations.

    Everything was going wrong with my order. I ordered 10 pizzas for my staff of 30+ people. Their lunches are 45 min. and assigned ahead of time with the first lunches starting at 12pm and going until 2pm. I thought I would have plenty of time to get my pizza by the noon lunches as I ordered at 10:40 am. Even chose a different pizza place than I usually order from as it was one of the few that had delivery that early. It said expected delivery would be 30-45 min but I soon after got a text saying the restaurant confirmed delivery time of 12:10pm. Not ideal but I was ok with that timing.

    I went outside at 12:00 to wait curbside for the driver with a cart. At 12:25 was when I first did an online chat with I think her name was Adel from Eat24. She called the restaurant for me and confirmed the driver was on his way. She also gave me a discount because I had to wait. She said the driver was in traffic and the restaurant was busy and they apologized for the delay saying he would be here soon.

    Next I contacted Eat24 again at 1:00pm and this time spoke to Ryan and explained the situation. At this point my staff that had been promised lunches had to either not eat or buy their own food. My boss was upset and I had a large department full of employees that were disappointed. For most people in my department paying rent is a struggle and most are working 2-3 jobs, so you can imagine getting free lunch is a really nice thing for them. Ryan called the restaurant for me again and again they said that the restaurant told them the driver was stuck in traffic (there wasn’t over an hour of traffic for the usual 10 min drive) and would be her in 10- 15 mins.

    The lunch ended up not arriving until 1:30pm and the pizza was barely warm. The driver was apologetic and said traffic was bad because the Tunnel was closed. Afterwards I verified online the the tunnel was indeed open. According to google maps with traffic the longest route would have been 18 mins. I felt lied to and felt like I let down my employees. The one good thing of this entire experience was my interactions with EAT24. They were with me throughout every step of the way and even called me to follow up after the food was delivered. At which point they got my feedback that I didn’t feel like the discount I was given earlier was not enough to make up for the experience and service I received from the pizza place. Ryan was proactive and called the owner of the pizza place place to see what more he could do for me. Honestly I felt like the pizza place should have done more to make up for their terrible service and outright lies but Eat24 did all they could for me and I will continue to be a supporter of Eat24 and tell friends and family to use it as well. Eat 24 is honest, reliable, and supportive service even when everything else seems to be going wrong. I wonderful app with great customer service reps.

    Thank you for making this terrible day better for me.


  • We’re so glad that Ryan and Adel could help turn a poor situation around for you and your staff. We’ll make sure to share the good vibes with them!

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