Dine on Demand expands to San Antonio

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Austin – Thanks to its enormous popularity and success in Austin for the past five years, Dine on Demand (http://www.dineondemand.com) is expanding to serve San Antonio.

The company, launched in 2006, has delivered over 75,000 gourmet meals to customers in the Austin area from restaurants that would not otherwise provide delivery. The company brings freshly prepared meals from top restaurants straight to area homes, businesses, and hotels.

“San Antonio has great food and even better restaurants,” Dine on Demand co-founder Josh Jones said. “I think Dine on Demand is going to be a great fit for the city.”

From the simple cheeseburger or taco to the sumptuous rib eye or moussaka, Dine on Demand will deliver the best the Alamo City has to offer. Some of the city's most popular restaurants, including Papouli's Greek Grill, Earl Abel's, The Barn Door Restaurant and Meat Market, Chili's, and Two Brothers BBQ Market will partner with the delivery service.

The company's varied services fit everything from a luxurious dinner for two to a large event.

Dine on Demand's catering service stands ready to fuel the busy life of business leaders and soccer parents alike. The company can quickly deliver quality, substantial meals to all important undertakings, whether they be a corporate meeting or a trip to the state finals, Jones said.

Local restauranteurs say they are excited about the chance to make their passion a part of the home.

Nick Anthony, owner of Papouli's Greek Grill, welcomed the opportunity to partner with Dine on Demand at his restaurant's Alamo Quarry location and plans to expand the partnership to other locations in the future. His family-owned restaurant, recently voted San Antonio's best Greek food venue, is entering its third generation.

"We are thrilled to welcome Dine on Demand to the San Antonio market and are even more excited that Papouli's is an inaugural partner with Dine on Demand,” Anthony said. “We believe the delivery service will fill a niche that our guests will enjoy, whether it's for a romantic couple who want to stay in on a cozy night, or an entire family wanting to dine on a Greek Feast without having to leave home."

Earl Abel's president Roger Arias said the partnership will help his restaurant, established in 1933, achieve a long-held dream. People travel from all over San Antonio to dine at Earl Abel’s, now they can do this in the luxury of their own home.

“We are excited about our partnership with Dine on Demand,” Arias said. “We believe we have finally accomplished what we set out to do originally, which was to make our fresh foods available to enjoy at home through delivery.”

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