Why? Skip the Dishes Giveaway!

There are days when cooking dinner just isn’t in the cards. You need a break, you didn’t get to the grocery store, you know…life happens. So, that’s why Skip the Dishes, a new-to-Cleveland food delivery service is so great!


Skip the Dishes offers free online ordering from restaurants in your area. If you plug in downtown Cleveland, you’ll find an expansive list of local favorites, including Ty Fun, Mama Santa’s, Dynomite Burgers, Le Petit Triangle, and, our choice for our order, Banana Blossom. All you need is your location and either the website or app to find your options.

You can choose your order time, let the restaurant know any special requests, and track your order via GPS. The GPS tracking is great! You can see in real time where your curry is located.

Delivery orders include a small delivery fee, which goes right to your delivery driver. Average delivery time is under 45 minutes.

Skip the Dishes has had great success in many cities in Canada and is now available in Cleveland and Columbus, with Cincinnati coming soon.

This is a great way to get tasty food from some of your favorite restaurants without having to leave the house! If you want to check out Skip the Dishes for yourself, I have a giveaway for a $50 gift card to try the service for your next no-cooking night!

Just click on this link to find some easy ways to enter to win: a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway will close on Tuesday, November 24 and the winner will be notified the following day. Good luck!

***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote Skip the Dishes. In exchange, I received a $50 gift card to try the service for myself and a $50 gift card to giveaway. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


16 Responses

  1. Julie

    I’m going to have to settle for pick-up living in Parma, luckily I have a long drive home, so something good and spicy on my way home or maybe from the Red Lantern in Kamms Corners. I’ve never been disappointed with anything I’ve had from there.

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