Weekly Business Meals

Choose one in each category, at only 13.95 per person tax included.
Minimum of 10 people per order. Order does not include plates and flatware.
Free Delivery Every Day Between 11am-12pm.

How To Order

With only a 24-hour lead time, we can have your meals freshly made every day!
Make it easy and order everything for the week in one order, or order for just one day a week to give back to your employees. Once we have an account set up for you, it only takes three simple steps to order.

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We offer free delivery to these ZIP codes:
34104, 34105, 34103, 34109, 34119, 34108, 34110, 34135, 34134, 33967, 33965, 33912
For locations outside of these ZIP codes, there is $40 delivery fee.

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What Is A Business Lunch?

A business lunch typically refers to a meal or a gathering that takes place during the workday and is hosted by a company or organization for its employees or business partners. The purpose of a corporate lunch can vary depending on the context, but it is often used as a way to build relationships, discuss business matters, celebrate achievements, or provide training or information to attendees.

Business Lunches

Business lunch is not a new employee benefit, but it has recently attracted a lot of attention. To show employees they care, many employers offer to pay for a portion of their employees’ lunches. However, there are a lot more advantages to corporate dining, such as better company culture and higher productivity. We have everything you need right here, whether you want to start a corporate dining program, want to enhance your existing one, or are just curious about how corporate dining functions.

Benefits Of Buying Employes Lunch

1. Improved meetings and Time Management
A meeting over lunch produces excellent results. In addition to forcing the meeting to be brief and get right to the important topics, it first creates an incentive for attendees. Additionally, lunch meetings result in more active participation. By allowing employees to work during lunch, you can prevent them from checking their phones or working on laptops, which is problematic because 65% of workers multitask while on a conference call. Including the time saved of driving to get food and waiting in line.

2. Cooperation between coworkers
Having personal connections with people tends to make working relationships stronger. Corporate lunch is a good solution because it can be difficult to make these connections when we are busy all day. Employees frequently chat over lunch about topics other than work. Additionally, they’re likely to establish connections with staff members from various departments, enhancing teamwork.

3. Reduced staff turnover
The leading factor in employee churn in a company is job dissatisfaction. By giving employees the benefits they want, you can lower yours. In actuality, more workers would choose new or supplementary benefits over pay increases. Further, going out on lunch with the team is surely going to boost the morale.