Suggestaurant Launches a New Era in Online Delivery

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The first-of-its-kind website combines e-commerce with social. Suggestaurant lets users order from the most suggested restaurants in town.

Suggestaurant can help you choose what you want to eat in a way no other website can.

Suggestaurant launched the beta version of its website,, this week in Manhattan. Users can order delivery or takeout and then suggest their favorite restaurants to friends or the general public. And there is a greater incentive to suggest restaurants beyond being social; anytime a user's suggestion leads to an order, that user gets a discount to the restaurant which can be accumulated up to 100%.

Users can see restaurants suggested by friends, and which restaurants are the most (or least) suggested in their neighborhood. "Everyone has had a time when they were hungry but weren't sure what to eat," said Suggestaurant's CEO Jason Numeroff. "Suggestaurant can help you choose what you want to eat in a way no other website can. After all, whose opinions do you trust more than your friends'?"

Starting this week, over 150 restaurants are available on, the majority of which are located between Houston and 59th Street, and users can order either alone or together with friends. "Our Split-the-Bill group ordering feature takes the concept of social delivery to another level," said COO Corey Brill. "Users can literally order food together on one check but each only pay for what they ordered."

Suggestaurant plans to expand beyond Houston and 59th Street in the near future, with a mobile app to follow.

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