How does DoorDash work?
Customers browse your store
Customers can order and pay online or through the DoorDash App.
Manage incoming orders
Confirm orders on your tablet or point of sale integration.
Offer delivery or pickup
Package orders for same-day delivery or customer pickup.
Market your restaurant
Advertise your restaurant on DoorDash and connect with thousands of new customers in your neighborhood. Plus, add marketing programs any time, like DashPass, where high-value customers see your business first.
Explore the DoorDash product suite
Grow sales by featuring your restaurant on DoorDash, the #1 food and drink app according to the App Store.
Reach DoorDash customers while using your own fleet for fulfillment, and control every step of the delivery process.
Offer quick and easy pickup for online orders, so customers nearby can grab your food to go.
Offer online ordering from your own website, with no commissions, setup costs, or monthly fees.
Customers see your business first and pay lower fees when they order from you — at no added cost to you.
Frequently asked questions
Restaurants receive a notification when a customer has placed an order. You’ll have the opportunity to accept the order and confirm an estimated prep and delivery time. Then, simply prepare the items and hand them off to a Dasher for delivery, or let customers come to you for Pickup.
Once an order is ready for delivery, a Dasher will arrive at your location to pick up the package before transporting it to the customer. Customers can track order progress through DoorDash’s state-of-the-art logistics platform and tip drivers.
Yes, DoorDash Drive is a white-label delivery product designed specifically for businesses with their own ordering platforms. Accept orders through your own systems, then partner with Dashers for delivery.
Yes, DoorDash offers Self-Delivery, which enables restaurants to accept orders through DoorDash but use their own fleets for fulfillment.
Alcohol delivery with DoorDash is available in a growing number of locations for alcohol retailers and restaurants, subject to local laws and regulations.