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Free restaurant delivery in Beachwood continues through March

The city says that the program has resulted in nearly $56,000 worth of local deliveries in less than three months.

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — The City of Beachwood's investment in BEACHWOOD DELIVERS- a free delivery service where city contracted drivers deliver Beachwood restaurant orders to local addresses- has resulted in nearly $56,000 of restaurant deliveries.

According to the city, the program has saved an estimated $17,000 for participating restaurants against the typical 30% charged by third-party delivery apps.

Residents and employees in Beachwood have saved an estimated $30,000.00 in menu upcharges by using the free delivery service in the past two months.

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None of the participating restaurants pay delivery or service fees. The program is fully funded by the city's Economic Development sector and is the first municipal/restaurant delivery partnership in the country.

How does it work? Simple. 

Beachwood residents, employees, and hotel guests can call a participating Beachwood resident and place a minimum of a $25.00 order.  

The restaurant then calls the city dispatchers to arrange for delivery.  Customers get text-message updates and the food is delivered. 

The service is available from 4 pm until 8 pm daily. 

Current participating restaurants include: 

  • BOMBA Taco and Bar 
  • Cedar Creek Grille 
  • Giovanni's Restaurant
  • Hello Bistro 
  • Hyde Park Steakhouse 
  • MarMar's Pizza
  • Tres Potrillos 
  • Winking Lizard
  • Yours Truly

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Editor's note: the video in the player below is from a story published on December 11, 2021.