Standing Together for Justice

It is a challenging time in our country. We are in the midst of a pandemic and, in this past week, we have been starkly reminded of our country’s painful history of racial injustice. At DoorDash, we recognize the moral imperative to stand with all Americans for justice. We also know that words alone are not enough, so we have chosen to act now and are committed to the long-term work of racial justice. Please read the June 3 blog post from Tony Xu, our CEO, to learn more.

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13 Hits to Order for Lunch Now That You're WFH

While it’s great in theory to have a daily excuse to work in your pajamas, let’s face it: your lunch routine just isn’t the same. Missing your midday lunch breaks around town with co-workers now that you’re working from home? Replace them with one of these popular lunch ideas that you can get sent right to your doorstep (lunch buddy not included).

Susannah Chen
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11 Standouts for Breakfast Now That You’re WFH

While it’s great to have a daily excuse to work in your pajamas, let’s face it: your breakfast routine is probably all off. Missing your mid-morning breakfast runs from the office now that you’re working from home? Replace them with one of these popular breakfasts that you can get delivered straight to your door.

Susannah Chen
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These South Bay Restaurants Are Now on DoorDash

California’s shelter in place order has temporarily transformed restaurants used to dine-in customers into hubs for takeout. In light of these challenging times, the following notable places are now available on DoorDash. Note that menus may be different from their dine-in counterparts, with family-style meal kits or a smaller, pared-down selection of delivery-only options.

Albert Poon
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Susannah Chen

Tacos: The Original New World Food

A taco is simply a tortilla wrapped around a filling that is eaten by hand. But that’s just the beginning. It’s also an incredibly popular, accessible and versatile dish that transcends borders and time. The history of tacos goes back to the pre-Hispanic era before there was a Mexico or a United States.

Amy Sherman
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Bánh Mì: Vietnam’s Iconic Sandwich a Fusion of East and West

Whether it’s the classic PB&J or the savory cheeseburger, the sandwich is a lunchtime staple that can be found in any American school cafeteria. As a child of Vietnamese refugees, I grew up with a different kind of sandwich from many of my schoolmates, a sandwich that has made a name for itself as an iconic Vietnamese food: the bánh mì.

Timmy Chau
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Here’s Where to DoorDash the Best Ramen in Town

Bay Area ramen addicts couldn’t possibly have it better: Next to Japan, this is one of the best places in America to slurp down a big, flavorful bowl of the stuff. From porky, fatty tonkotsu broth to clean, light yuzu versions, here’s where to DoorDash the best renditions of ramen in town.

Susannah Chen
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Need a Breather? 8 Convincing Ideas for a Midday Break

While it’s been nice to have an excuse to work on the couch in our sweats, let’s be honest: There are some things about being in the office that we can’t help but miss. Exhibit A? Taking that mid-afternoon breather from work and grabbing a quick little pick-me-up. Missing that 3:00 p.m. perk? Here are some ways to bring that concept home by having snacks and sips delivered straight to your door.

Susannah Chen
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Poke: From Hawaii With Love

Sushi was once considered unimaginable to most Americans—who in their right mind would want to eat raw fish?—but similar to how sushi made its way into the mainstream, poke is following in its footsteps decades later. 

Amy Sherman
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Restaurants Adapt Differently to Challenging Times Without Diners

Bruce Hill was gearing up for an uptick in business. March had finally arrived, and as the longtime chef and owner of Zero Zero, a restaurant near San Francisco’s sprawling Moscone Center, Hill knew this was typically the month the restaurant’s traffic began to pick up steam for the year, thanks to the start of convention season.

Susannah Chen
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Margherita Pizza

The concept of the Margherita pizza is simple: baked dough topped with tomatoes, basil, and cheese. Yet this Italian idea is the basis for every regional style of pizza that America has today, and without it, America’s $45 billion pizza market—and a large part of its food culture altogether—would never have existed at all.

Susannah Chen
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San Jose’s Willow Glen

With more than a million residents, San Jose, California is the tenth-largest city in the United States—but you’d never guess it if you visited Willow Glen, one of the city’s most coveted neighborhoods.

Susannah Chen
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America: Bowled Over by Açaí

Chances are you’ve seen them on the Internet: magenta-hued fruit purées, piled to the brim in bowls and attractively garnished with sliced strawberries and bananas that are splayed out like playing cards. Meet açaí bowls: smoothies blended with açaí and garnished in a bowl with toppings.

Susannah Chen
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Fried Chicken Around the World

Fried chicken is such a beloved food that cultures around the world share an appreciation for. Explore some favorite renditions across the globe.

Susannah Chen
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More than Pho

Exploring Vietnamese food beyond pho with these key dishes from Jen Luong family’s go-to spots.

Jen Luong
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Loco Moco: Hawaii’s Ultimate Comfort Food

Loco mocos are the food of the people. Important things to know: They are most likely consumed from a three-section disposable plate, though artisanal, upscale versions have been known to exist. Loco mocos are designed to satisfy in a uniquely Hawaiian style—meaning filling satisfaction first.

Albert Poon
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