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6 Best Food Delivery Services In Los Angeles

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Food delivery services have been on the rise as of late, and we can't blame Angelenos for buying in. After all, anything that can help us avoid more driving has got to be a good thing, especially when it involves farm-fresh produce being delivered to our door. Here are some of our favorites around town. As always, add your own favorites in the comments.

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The Farmbox L.A. spread (Photo by Krista Simmons/LAist)
Farmbox L.A.

Instead of working with just one farm like a traditional CSA, Farmbox L.A. cultivates relationships with several area farmers and pick the best for your delivery each week. They've got over 40 different farmers, producers, and artisans under their belts, meaning you get an exciting box full of excellent produce and cheeses each week, complete with a recipe newsletter and a cool insulated picnic basket that you can tote around with you to the Hollywood Bowl when it's not sitting on your doorstep waiting for a swap-out.

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You can order your delivery here.

Pink Dot

Companies like Pink Dot are modeling their booze delivery services off of liquor stores that have been dropping off cigarettes and alcohol to their customers for many years. And it's been a huge draw for their customers, keeping their businesses afloat during tough times. But it's not just alcohol that they offer; the company has 25 full-time employees driving around their eye-catching pink VW Bugs. They also deliver hot foods and groceries, but its bestsellers are liquor, cigarettes and condoms. Way to keep it classy, L.A.

You can order your delivery here.

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Amazon Fresh

Amazon Fresh launched last year in L.A., with their downtown headquarters conveniently shuffling off groceries around the city. Deliveries are made either during a three-hour window when the items are just dropped off, or during a one-hour window when customers accept the groceries in person. Delivery charges are $9.99 for anything under $50, $7.99 for orders between $50 and $100, and free delivery for orders over $100.

You can order your delivery here.

Eat24

Eat24 is as easy as it gets when you have those hunger pains but you're too lazy to get out of your pajamas and off your couch. The website (and also mobile app) allows you to order from a plethora of different local restaurants at one place online. Thai, Chinese, Italian food—you name it. After you place your order online, you get to pay it upfront, and then they send your order to the restaurants for delivery. We love it because it helps us save time searching for menus and talking to folks on the phone, so we can focus on the most important thing—grubbing. The best part is that they have a 24/7 live chat support where you can check up on your order or let them know about mistakes. Plus, they offer a "split check" function to help you figure out how much each person should pay when you're splitting with a group. —Jean Trinh

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You can order your delivery here.

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Blue Apron (Photo via Facebook)
Blue Apron

Blue Apron is the chef's meal service, whether you're an accomplished cook or just learned how to boil spaghetti. The site's pretty simple—after you subscribe to the service, you can pick three of their weekly recipes, which include options like Moroccan Beef Tangine or stuffed cabbage with sweet-and-sour tomato sauce, and indicate how many people you'll be cooking for. The Blue Apron team will provide all the ingredients—most of which are locally-sourced—for you along with recipe cards and step-by-step instructions for preparing your meal. The subscription service runs $9.99-a-person per meal, and you can opt for vegetarian meals or their poultry, meat or fish plan; you can even put the service on hold if you plan to spend a week living solely off pizza. —Rebecca Fishbein

Visit blueapron.com for details.

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Yummy.com

Not unlike Pink Dot, Yummy.com delivers groceries, deli sandwiches, cigarettes, alcohol or Advil at the click of a button near locations in Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Hollywood and Playa Vista. The delivery fee is $3.99 but it's free over $100. Chelsea Handler endorses them for delivering her "Russian hooker cigarettes" for $500 even though she lived outside their delivery range. —Emma Gallegos

You can order your delivery here.