Deliveroo pilots expansion of late night service in Dublin

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Late night ordering has grown on average 140% between 2020 and 2021, according to Deliveroo data



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30 November 2021 | 0

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Leading food-delivery company Deliveroo has responded to an increase in demand for late night food orders by piloting the expansion of late-night delivery at weekends from popular restaurants in Dublin. Customers can now have food delivered to their door via Deliveroo riders until as late as 4am.

According to Deliveroo data, late night ordering has grown on average 140% between 2020 and 2021 with Friday night seeing the biggest growth in late night food orders for Dublin customers, followed by Saturday in second place, and Thursday coming in third.

The late-night service will be available from some of Dublin’s best late night restaurants including Yeeros, 4Friends Burger, Supermacs, Papa John’s and Abrakebabra.

“People have changed how they order online and not least when it comes to food,” said Paddy Quinlan, regional manager at Deliveroo. “We are very pleased with the level of growth we are experiencing when it comes to late night snacking in Ireland. At the moment we are trialling the service in Dublin, but we hope to roll this out across Ireland in the areas in which we operate, if the trend continues.”

George Stamopoulos, Owner of Yeeros said: “We are very pleased to be able to bring our delicious gyros to our customers after hours and the opportunity for people to enjoy a night in, and still experience their late night favourite food is great.”

Deliveroo launched in Ireland in 2015, and currently works with more than 1,000 self-employed riders and more than 1,800 restaurants across Cork, Dublin, Kildare, Galway, Limerick, Louth, Meath, Waterford, and Wicklow.



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