Bite Squad Press Kit

Press​ ​Contact

Dean Turcol

Brand Assets

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To make our customers’ day by delivering just what they want from their favorite restaurants.

Founding​ ​Story

Logo_Green_RGBIn 2012, entrepreneurs Kian Salehi and Arash Allaei saw a need in their hometown community of Minneapolis for an easy, fast and affordable way to order delivery from all the wonderful restaurants in town. With years of restaurant experience under their belts, the pair decided to do something about it and Bite Squad was born.

Bite Squad began with 17 restaurant partners and 5 delivery drivers. Today, the on-demand service exists in more than 375 cities nationwide with over 10,000 restaurant partners, 10,000 drivers and nearly one million active diners.

In late 2018, Kian and Arash sold Bite Squad to Waitr Holdings Inc., and together the joint companies are a leading restaurant platform for online ordering and food delivery across underserved markets throughout the United States.

The​ ​Service

Bite Squad delivery driverOrder​ ​restaurant​ ​delivery​ in​ ​4 ​easy​ ​steps!

  1. Quickly create a free account on or download the Bite Squad app.
  2. Punch in your zip code and a list of available restaurants will populate.
  3. Filter by the type of food you’re in the mood for and choose your menu items.
  4. Enter your payment information and check out!

The​ ​Bite​ ​Squad​ ​Difference

Smartphone mockupUpgrade​ ​your​ ​delivery​ ​experience.
Bite Squad unites premium customer service with advancing technology to provide the best restaurant delivery experience possible.

Giant food selection + with filtering tools
If you can’t decide which restaurant to order from, simply pick a cuisine that sounds good and let our handy filtering tool narrow it down for you.

Convenient order tracking
Our live order tracking system will keep you updated on where your food is and when it’s going to arrive. And if you have order changes or questions, our live chat support team will help you in real-time.

Industry​ ​Statistics

    • In a recent survey of nearly 6,000 U.S. consumers, 45%​ had had food delivered in the previous six months. (Source: Morgan Stanley Research)
    • 40%​ ​of total restaurant sales, or $220 billion, could be up for grabs for delivery by 2020, compared with current food delivery sales of around $30 billion. (Source: Morgan Stanley Research)


To request an interview with a squad leader, please contact our Media Relations Director Dean at