Mar. 21, 2018
Neighborz Study - 45% of restaurant orders turn out different than expected | 20% off local restaurants
Neighborz is offering 20% off all dishes at more than 20 Winston Salem Restaurants
Study finds that people spend 2-5 days a year deciding what to eat. Further, 40% of restaurant guests don’t understand the menu, even more find the food they get different than expected. Neighborz helps by making decision much easier and fun and providing a visual menu.
Winston Salem, NC: A Neighborz study found that people spent a total of more than two days a year deciding what to eat. In addition, it turned out that in 45% of orders, the dish comes different than expected. Neighborz further found that 4 out of 10 people have trouble understanding items on a printed menu. In order to help people make better and faster decisions, while promoting local and must-try restaurants, all dishes at more than 20 restaurants in Winston Salem are 20% off when ordered for take-out via the Neighborz app. This special offer starts on March 22nd and valid until April 8th.
Neighborz uses pictures of food and an aggregated swiping menu to help users to see each dish before ordering: “Our goal is to make people in Winston Salem aware of the great food of our local restaurants and to encourage people to try out the convenient and fun ordering through Neighborz.", says Carl Turner, CEO and founder of Neighborz.
For the promotion, all dishes at participating restaurants will be 20% discounted. Participating restaurants are amongst others: Mooney’s, Hutch & Harris, Thai Harmony, Ora’s Kitchen, Xcaret, Thai Sawadtee, Downtown Thai, Downtown Deli, Burger Batch, Local 27101, Mayberry, Mission Pizza, Kotta, Time Square Pizza, Murphy’s, ISE, Sushi & Pho, Elizabeth's, Miss Ora’s, Dynasty Asian, Bib’s Downtown, Carmines.
About Neighborz: Neighborz is a startup founded in Winston Salem, NC, by a Wake Forest graduate. Neighborz makes ordering and interacting with food from local restaurants fun by providing an easy solution to the question: what am I/are we eating today? Having one aggregated menu of the best local restaurants with pictures of each item, randomly organized, allows users to swipe to the entire food offering of a community - disliking items (swipe left) and adding items to a personal wishlist (swipe right). It’s like “Tinder for Food”.
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