Edmonton Casual Dining Evolving with MR MIKES

Delivery apps are allowing Edmonton Casual Dining restaurants like MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual to reach more of their customers with takeout. For more information, visit www.mrmikes.ca/locations/edmonton/

Edmonton, Canada - October 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

With ventures like its social dining UrbanLODGE setup and new initiative offering Instant Pay options to employees, it’s clear MR MIKES SteakhouseCasual has long been at the forefront of innovation and change in the casual dining restaurant industry. The introduction of food-ordering apps into the Edmonton dining scene is no exception, and Mr Mikes Edmonton is happy to ride this wave into the future.

According to a recent article by Global News, takeout apps have exploded in Edmonton, with options like Skip the Dishes, ClickDishes, and Nomme cropping up across the city. This gives casual dining restaurants the opportunity to either partner with an app to agree to send takeout orders along with an app employee to be delivered, or allows interested consumers to order food from their preferred restaurant for takeout, to be retrieved by an app’s driver with no involvement from the restaurant.

Takeout delivery apps have irked some restaurants in Edmonton, but MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual is thrilled that they are able to provide fantastic casual dining meals to more of their customers. A franchisee noted that “with apps that allow drivers to pick up takeout orders for our customers, we can be serving more of our customers at once. We love being able to offer takeout for customer convenience, and it helps keep tables open for walk-ins as well. Any way we can make the casual dining environment better for our customers, we welcome that change.”

With the wide variety of casual dining restaurants in Edmonton, MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual realizes that availability on delivery apps will set them apart from their biggest competition. As an Edmonton casual dining restaurant, MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual appeals to a wide variety of customers, people of all ages and backgrounds — the diversity in clientele all but ensures that accessibility is an issue for some customers, and by offering delivery services at no extra cost or effort to the restaurant, MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual Edmonton realizes they can get more of their food to their loving patrons.

For consumers using these new apps in Edmonton, food may be ordered for takeout at www.mrmikes.ca/locations/edmonton/ . Interested patrons may always pick up takeout orders in-person, at the MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual dining location in West Edmonton Mall, located at 8882 170th St, Edmonton AB.

Source:Global News

Contact Info:
Name: Corporate Office
Organization: MR MIKES SteakhouseCasual Edmonton
Address: 8882 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4M2, Canada
Phone: +1-780-930-1135

For more information, please visit https://www.mrmikes.ca/locations/edmonton

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253144

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