Online Ordering for your restaurantGet setup in as little as 48 hours to start accepting orders.
With our Smart Online Orders you can easily integrate your inventory to show on your website in real-time with NO PER TRANSACTION FEE. This will allow you to accept Online Orders from your website and have it sent to to your Clover POS and kitchen printer or both.
Online Ordering Made Easy
- Easy setup
- Work with All Websites, Wix, Square Space, WordPress, Weebly, Godaddy, etc.
- Free Updates and Support
- Fantastic in store upselling opportunities
- Coupon Codes
- Works with both single and multiple locations
- The app can automatically notify each of your pickup locations the moment they receive a new order
- Orders are sent directly to your Clover, Kitchen printer or both
- Money deposited into the bank account associated with your Clover – No separate payment Gateway needed!
- Allow Customers To Order Online and Pickup From Your Physical Store(s)
- Order Online with credit card or order online and pay cash in store
- Increase the Number of Sales
- Hundreds of Features – Lots of Testimonial with 5 star Ratings
Give your customers the ability to order directly from your website, rather than routing them to a third party site that lists you among competitors (and takes a commission on all of your orders). Smart Online Order sits behind your branding. Your customers interact with your logo and your menu, then checkout in just a few taps — which means more orders for you.
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Coronavirus updates for restaurants
On Sunday night, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced all bars, nightclubs, wineries and brewpubs will close temporarily across the state, the Los Angeles Times reported. He also urged anyone 65 and older, or those suffering from chronic health conditions, to isolate themselves for protection. Restaurants in the state may remain open, but they must reduce their occupancies by about half and space tables at least 6 feet apart.
In more densely populated cities like Los Angeles, however, more drastic measures have gone into effect. In addition to closing gyms and entertainment venues, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on Sunday that all restaurants and nightclubs will be closed to the public. However, he is permitting these establishments to offer takeout and delivery services. To help small business owners, the city is working on a fund to offer loans to those affected.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker ordered all bars and restaurants in the state to close starting Monday, March 16. The measure is expected to last at least through the end of the month.
In addition to closing all public and private elementary and secondary schools for three weeks, Gov. Charlie Barker said that any restaurant, bar or establishment which offers food or beverages won’t be allowed to serve patrons on site. The measure goes into effect effect Tuesday, March 17, and will continue through April 6.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh ordered bars and clubs to cut their capacities in half by removing tables and chairs to encourage social distancing, according to NBC Boston. In addition, the formation of lines outside venues will be banned, and the city’s beer gardens will not be allowed to open until the virus has been effectively contained. While most public eateries must close by 11 p.m., those that allow takeout or delivery are allowed to remain open later.
New York and New Jersey
Starting Tuesday morning, all restaurants, bars and cafes in both New York state and New Jersey will be limited to offering takeout and delivery services only. Nightclubs, movie theaters and theater houses, gyms and concert venues will be completely closed.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced Sunday that he had ordered all bars and restaurants in the state to shut down service effective that night, NBC News reported.
“How long will this order be in effect? We don’t, frankly, know,” DeWine told reporters. “It will be in effect for as long as it needs to.”
DeWine said carryout and delivery services were not included in the order, and added that his administration is working to help small businesses.
Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all restaurants and bars in the state’s most populous countries to suspend dine-in services starting Monday, March 16. The measure is expected to last two weeks. Takeout, delivery and drive-through food business is still permitted.
Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington State, which has the second highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country, signed a statewide emergency proclamation ordering all restaurants, bars and entertainment and recreational facilities to shut down temporarily.
Although there will be no dine-in services allowed, restaurants are allowed to serve takeout. Grocery stores and pharmacies are also exempt from the ban, which went into effect Monday.
Updated March 16th, 2020