BJ’s partners with Grubhub to launch online ordering, delivery and corporate catering

BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse has partnered with Grubhub to launch online ordering, delivery and corporate catering for 100 of its locations.

Guests will now be able to order BJ’s through Grubhub’s online and mobile platforms.

"We are excited to be expanding our delivery options and combining BJ's extensive menu with the convenience of Grubhub," said Lon Ledwith, executive vice president of operations at BJ's Restaurants Inc., in a statement. "Our focus on great taste and guest satisfaction pairs well with Grubhub's focus on service and innovative technology."

The announcement comes as more chains are incorporating off-premise dining. A recent study by Morgan Stanley states that the portion of restaurants’ sales coming from delivery could top 40% by 2020.

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