We have our favorite places to order from on Delivery.com. We’ve even saved some of our favorite orders so we can get them with just a couple clicks. They’re delicious and we love them, but they’re also dangerous.
When ordering and reordering from our favorite spots is so simple, it’s easy to get in an ordering rut. The cure? New merchants.
This week’s new merchants are spicing it up literally (a Mexican restaurant in Brooklyn) and figuratively (an Indian twist on the standard sandwich in Boston).
So if you’ve been craving a change, check out some of the latest merchants from your neighborhood, and order something new tonight!
- Sushiya on Sunset in West Hollywood, CA: (8650 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA) The best part of any sushi menu is the specialty roll section, and this Hollywood restaurant does not disappoint. The Yahoo Roll (diced jalapenos, spicy tuna, shrimp cucumber and avocado) is just one of Sushiya’s creations that we’re dying to try.
- Jerusalem Mediterranean Grill in Austin TX: (1931 E. Oltorf St., Austin, TX) Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare rules the menu at this Austin restaurant. Order some Shawarma, a Gyro or a Greek Salad. And don’t even try to say no to the Baklava.
- Barrio in Brooklyn, NY: (210 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, NY) Ordering in some Mexican food is one of our favorite ways to warm up in the winter. This Brooklyn spot offers dishes like Lobster Chipotle Corn Soup and Homemade Chorizo Soft Taquitos that will make you forget the fact that it’s snowing…again.
- Chutney’s in Cambridge, MA: (36 JFK St., Cambridge, MA) This Harvard Square Indian restaurant puts a fun twist on Indian with their signature “Nanini.” These sandwiches feature classic Indian dishes, like Chicken Tikka Masala or Paneer, between delicious naan.
- Pick a Bagel in NYC: (360 W. 42nd St., New York, NY) There’s nothing like a New York bagel. This NYC bagel shop sells perfectly chewy bagels. Pick your bagel (an everything is our favorite), and then create the perfect sandwich for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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