Snowed in? These 5 delivery services will bring food to your door around NE Ohio

CLEVELAND - When the weather outside is frightful, and you are hungry for something other than pizza, here are five businesses that will deliver food to your door.

Note: These services rely on their partner restaurants to keep the food moving, so it's wise to order early or call ahead to make sure the restaurant you want is staying open.

1. Clutch Time Deliveries: Based in Chardon, this service tweeted us to say: They're ready, with groceries and shoveling, too! 

  • Services: Delivery from local restaurants and grocery stores
  • Where: Geauga, Lake, and Cuyahoga counties and can reach outlying areas 
  • Contact: 440-623-7106, clutchtimedeliveries.com

2. Deliver Me Food: Describes itself as "Cleveland's original online ordering restaurant delivery service." Will remain in operation "as long as roads are clear, traffic is moving."

  • Services: Allows diners to order directly from more than 100 area restaurants
  • Where: All around NE Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron and neighboring suburbs, communities
  • Contact: 216-229-1600, delivermefood.com
  • TIP: Order in advance on bad weather days

3. Skip the Dishes: Says it's "advancing the future of food delivery."

4. Cleveland Eat 24 Hours: This is brought to you by the review site Yelp.com

  • Services: Browse and order by location or cuisine, with access to reviews by other Yelp users
  • Where: Greater Cleveland area, including suburbs
  • Contact: cleveland.eat24hours.com

5. GrubHub: Describes itself as "the nation's leading online and mobile food ordering company."

  • Services: Similar to Cleveland Eat 24 Hours 
  • Where: Mostly Greater Cleveland area, with a few Akron restaurants
  • Contact: grubhub.com

BONUS: Do you use Uber to get around town? UberEats promises, "you can get anything from our roster of local restaurants, fast. The average order takes 30 minutes from start to finish."

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