January 23, 2017 – CaliBurger announced today that it will begin delivering its California-style burgers to customers in the Washington D.C. area in February 2017. The initial launch of the delivery program will be followed later in the year by openings of outlets. In certain trade areas starting in February and prior to the restaurant openings in late 2017, customers will be able to order through UberEats, PostMates, DoorDash, and GrubHub. Customers can also use the CaliBurger mobile App to order in advance and incur no delivery charges.
“With the burgeoning infrastructure for food delivery through services such as UberEats, we have witnessed a rapid increase in our delivery business in North America,” said John Miller, Chairman of CaliBurger. “Long before customers in Washington D.C. ever eat at a CaliBurger restaurant, they will be able to order a CaliBurger meal and have it delivered to them.”
CaliBurger is a 21st-century revival of the classic California burger joint. Our founders are California-bred with global ambitions, bringing the best of California culture, technology, imagery and food to markets that have long craved the famous California-style burger. CaliBurger provides a premium quality burger experience at an accessible QSR price point. CaliBurger now operates in 12 countries. CaliBurger’s products feature the highest quality beef, buns baked fresh, top-grade chicken, hand-selected vegetables, zero trans-fat oils, sauces made in house, and hand-mixed shakes. Our made-to-order meals are always prepared in open kitchens, and our restaurants incorporate advanced technologies to create a unique dining experience. CaliBurger customers can enjoy a taste of California in an environment that looks, smells, and feels like California. For more information, please visit www.caliburger.com.