Some pandemic-forced changes will stick, while others — including aid for struggling tenants — face an uncertain future.
UberEats, Postmates, DoorDash, Caviar and Grubhub can only charge restaurants up to 20% in service fees under a new temporary ordinance.
The app-based service, which offers free food delivery from restaurants in Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, Piedmont and Emeryville.
The new African food delivery service also holds biweekly pop-up dinner events at Uptown Juice, serving cuisine from Nigeria and other African countries.
The Berkeley-based food delivery service cites strong competition and an inability to raise more capital as factors in the decision to close.
With three young kids and a home renovation on the go, Heather Flett has had ample reason to test out local food delivery services.
Startup Caviar has just launched in the East Bay, meaning many local restaurants that didn’t deliver now do.