Grab a Midnight Snack from GrubHub

The semester is drawing to a close and every Boston College student is confronting the same reality: finals week. Free coffee combined with the adrenaline of pulling an all-nighter may help you power through this dark time without stopping for a meal.

But if your priorities are aligned with the average college student, a 2 a.m. pizza or sandwich will become necessary. GrubHub.com helps satisfy your late-night cravings by connecting you to a variety of delivery options in the area.

GrubHub is a user-friendly site that uses your geographic location to generate a list of local delivery options. The Chestnut Hill zip code is attached to a list of 164 nearby takeout places, allowing BC students to support local businesses. Fin's Sushi & Grill and El Pelon Taqueria are two local favorites that are available for delivery through GrubHub.

Each time a delivery request is made, the website gathers data and reviews to compile a list of the most popular locations. A star rating system and links to Yelp reviews are also available beneath each listing.

If you feel less adventurous in your takeout options, the page’s filtering system allows you to personalize your search results. You may begin your search by typing in your craving and filtering results by expense or quality. A proximity filter ensures minimal delivery time for when your Philly cheese steak desire becomes nearly unbearable.

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GrubHub helps you to find the best deal on your midnight snack by comparing the menu prices, delivery fees, and daily specials of each eatery listed.

Once you have chosen your location and placed your order, GrubHub offers you promotion codes and coupons. With this abundance of savings, stress eating has never looked more appealing.

During the upcoming weeks of writing papers and cramming for exams, snacking at dawn will be a necessary evil. Late Night can temporarily satisfy your cravings, but GrubHub offers the best way to eat your feelings as you watch the sun rise through the windows of O’Neill.

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Michelle LaConte