We ❤ LA Even More: Delivery is On Us in Los Angeles.
Today, we are expanding to nine new cities across greater LA: Stevenson Ranch, Valencia, Porter Ranch, Canoga Park, West Hills, Simi Valley, Chatsworth, Granada Hills and Sylmar. Not to brag or anything, but that means we now deliver to a grand total of 1,060 square miles in the greater Los Angeles area.
With the largest reach and market share of any on-demand delivery service in LA, we’ve got the inside scoop on the most popular foods from the beach to the valley. We pulled our top-trending in-network merchants by revenue by neighborhood for a sneak peak into the complex, waffle-loving lives of Angelenos. We know where to find the guacamole hoggers (*cough* West Hollywood *cough*) and who you want to ‘foodie call’ late night (lookin’ at you, South Bay).
And whether you are more Health Nut or more Fat Sal’s, you can score a free delivery* this week from any Postmates merchant in Los Angeles using the promo code LABAE. (*today-Friday, Sept. 15, 11:59 pm. While supplies last). And for our friends in our new cities, we have an extra treat: We’ve teamed up with Health Nut to create a Postmates #betterthanyourboyfriend salad — with shredded chicken, loads of ginger, noodles, and a spicy asian dressing. If you’re in our new areas, you can order it for free from 12–5 pm this Wednesday (but hurry, we may sell out!).
Hottest LA Food Trends by ‘Hood:
Our guide to the top orders by LA neighborhood from August 2017
- West Hollywood & Venice: Tocaya Organica 🌮
- Westwood: Fat Sal’s 🥖
- Downtown: LA Cafe 🍳
- Hollywood, Mid-City & Inglewood: Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles 🍗
- Santa Monica, Glendale & Pasadena: Tender Greens 🥗
- Woodland Hills & Calabasas: Health Nut 🥗
Other notable Angeleno on-demand habits:
- You like burritos—a lot: Postmates has delivered 415,079 pounds of burritos in the LA area over the past year. Not all to your house, although it may seem like it.
- Late night, you go hard: The top order from 12 am-3 am across LA is french fries (by a mile).
- But then, you cleanse: Juice shops accounted for 3 percent of all of last year’s deliveries in LA