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Restaurants can endlessly extend expected delivery time and you are unable to cancel the order as long as it is "in the works", even if it's obvious that the restaurant confirmed your order immediately upon receipt and has not, in fact, been preparing it for the entire length of time in that status. Gives the option to call the restaurant but not to cancel from my end. If the option being presented is to call the restaurant, then I'm better off cutting the middle man out entirely. I'm done with their service. Terrible customer service. If your order is cancelled because their driver cancels on them, they make you reorder the food which mean it takes them another hour just to get the food to you. Too many times they have failed me.
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There's always plenty of anecdotal evidence about how America's biggest cities do food differently: San Francisco's all burritos and fresh ingredients, Chicago's big on meat, New York's big on everything. But it's nice to get some cold, hard data every once in a while. Seamless , the online delivery ordering service, just released some numbers on how Americans eat late at night, and there are some surprising little factoids in there. First, Chicago is the country's number one late-night delivery city, with 14 percent of the city's total orders happening between 10 p. We could just chalk this up to Chicagoans' famous laziness a joke! Nothing like below-zero wind chill to make you never want to leave your house. Seamless wouldn't tell us how many people those percentages actually amount to they said it's part of their "secret sauce" , but they did give us some more information on what kinds of food everyone's ordering in the wee hours, and how that's different from their normal dinner orders.