24 March 2020
Davis County Daily Highlights- March 24
March 24, 2020
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, several third-party delivery apps are doing their part to promote local restaurants, as many states have enforced closed dining rooms at restaurants. Ordering through third-party apps allows you to support local restaurants during this difficult time while still practicing social distancing. Click here to see which Davis County restaurants offer delivery with third-party apps*.
*This may not be a comprehensive list of all available third-party delivery apps and their current promotions.
To support Davis County communities, UberEats is offering $0 delivery fees on all orders placed to local restaurants. You can have local favorites delivered to your door such as Bountiful Greek Cafe, Tonyburgers, Rumbi Island Grill, Fiiz Drinks, and more for no additional delivery fee. Use their new “leave at door” delivery feature at checkout for no-contact delivery.
DoorDash is also offering free local restaurant delivery for orders over $12. Starting this week, DoorDash is changing its default delivery method to a no-contact option to reduce contact between customers and delivery persons. With this update, “Leave it at my door” will be the default drop-off option, and customers will have the choice to select “Hand it to me” if they prefer.
Additionally, to further support local restaurants, independent restaurants can enroll in DoorDash services for free and pay zero commissions for 30 days. For all existing DoorDash and Caviar partners, restaurants will pay no commission fees on pickup orders so customers can spend less time in the store.
Grubhub is offering free delivery on your first order over $15.
Postmates is offering reduced delivery fees—often during peak lunch hours—making on-demand delivery more accessible during this challenging time.
Disclaimer: Not all restaurants will deliver to all addresses in Davis County. Promotions and delivery options are based on each individual restaurant and their own criteria. The above promotions are subject to change and are based on the best of our knowledge.
Davis County Tourism and Events is actively working on putting together a comprehensive guide of Davis County restaurants and what services they will be offering during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please check back soon to find details on specific restaurants and what their various pick up or delivery options will be. In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to support local businesses by calling restaurants directly to see what services they will be offering. You can see a complete list of Davis County restaurants here.