Back in August, Square announced its acquisition of San Francisco-based food delivery service Caviar. Now the company has launched a new iOS app for it.
— Caviar (@TryCaviar) December 4, 2014
A post on the Caviar blog says:
Enjoying dishes from your city’s best restaurants just got a whole lot easier — our free iOS app is now available for download. Order lunch while riding the elevator, or decide what’s for dinner on your way home. If you have nothing but leftovers in your kitchen, we’ve got you covered.
With just a few taps, you can browse through photos of the most popular meals in your city. And you can keep track of your order status, so you know exactly when to expect your food. The Caviar app is also optimized for Apple Pay.
By the way, when Caviar says “your city,” it only means Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, D.C., Brooklyn and the SF Peninsula and South Bay.
It’s unclear when Square might expand Caviar into additional locations or offer it on Android.
It’s been a big week for food delivery. Amazon also launched a new service, though it’s only available in Seattle for now.
Image via Caviar