The Needham, Mass.-based travel site and Grubhub recently announced that they are teaming up to make it easier for travelers to order meals from their favorite restaurants while at home or traveling.
As part of the agreement, TripAdvisor will integrate the online and mobile food-ordering company’s network of restaurants into its desktop website, mobile website and mobile app.
Going forward, users scrolling through TripAdvisor restaurant listings in the U.S. will be able to order food from Grubhub’s restaurant partners in 1,100 cities simply by clicking the “Order Online” button. From there, users will be taken to Grubhub’s online or mobile platforms where they can place their order.
Terms and length of the agreement weren’t disclosed.“With more than 4.2 million restaurant listings currently on TripAdvisor, we have evolved into a global leader in helping travelers and locals find or reserve a table at the perfect restaurant,” said TripAdvisor Restaurants’ Senior Vice President Bertrand Jelensperger in a statement.“Through our new agreement with Grubhub, we’re demonstrating another example of how TripAdvisor has become the site for anyone looking to find their perfect meal, now providing consumers with access to food delivery from tens of thousands of restaurants.”“We’re excited […]