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Casual dining operator delivers food in a dash


The parent company of the Luby’s and Fuddruckers casual dining chains is branching into digital delivery.

Luby’s Inc. is partnering with on-demand delivery service DoorDash to offer delivery from nearly 80 Luby’s restaurants, 30 Fuddruckers corporate-owned restaurants, and a growing number of the 100-plus franchised U.S. Fuddruckers locations. 

Customers can have Luby’s and Fuddruckers meals delivered by ordering through the DoorDash app or online at the DoorDash site.

“Our goal every day is to delight our guests and we want Luby’s and Fuddruckers customers to have the opportunity to enjoy our made-to-order meals anywhere they want,” said Todd Coutee, COO of Luby’s Inc. “We are excited to enter into this partnership to provide even more choices for delighting our guests. DoorDash is the number one brand in third-party delivery, so they are a natural national partner for us as we aggressively grow our off-premise business.” 

“We’re excited to welcome the Luby’s and Fuddruckers brands onto our platform and work alongside both iconic restaurants to scale their off-premise operations and reach more customers nationally,” said Toby Espinosa, VP of business development at DoorDash. 

Other casual dining retailers are also expanding their delivery options for digital orders with DoorDash. Applebee’s launched a similar partnership in August 2019 , as did Potbelly Sandwich Shop. That same month saw Panera connect DoorDash rewards to its proprietary loyalty program. 

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