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“Effective Immediately, all Eatwell DC Restaurants and Market will no longer be offering delivery”

From Eatwell DC:

“Given the rapid rise in costs of all food products and the ever-increasing fees imposed by delivery services on restaurants and guests alike, we believe it’s better to offer the value our customers expect than to take more increases to subsidize delivery companies.

To charge more only enriches these companies with questionable business and employment practices, while leaving us little control over the quality, timeliness, or condition of the products our customers ultimately receive.

We are, as always, open for dine-in and offer our entire menu, including alcohol, to-go and for pick-up. Orders may be placed online through our websites or via telephone…. with NO added charges or fees.

We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you understand.”

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