- TWO $20 vouchers for $40 worth of food and delivery services
- Delivering Chinese, American, Mexican, Italian, Cajun and more
- Perfect for days you don't want to leave the house
- Promotion Expires August 20, 2013
Don't feel like cooking at home but not in the mood to fly the coop? Whether you’re craving Chinese, American, Mexican, Italian or Cajun food, Takeout Taxi delivers. With today's deal, you can get $40 of Takeout Taxi service for $20, a savings of 50%! Choose from a wide variety of tasty dishes from area specialty restaurants serviced by Takeout Taxi, including California Pizza Kitchen, Bristol, Buca di Beppo, Ernesto's, Chili’s Grill & Bar and BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. View the menus online, place an order and you’ll have a hot, tasty meal delivered right to your doorstep.
Established in 1998, Takeout Taxi is located in Louisville and delivers meals from area restaurants directly to your home, office or hotel. The company also offers special-occasion delivery, including corporate meetings, parties and other special events.
50% off food and delivery services from Takeout Taxi
- Limit 1 per person. Not valid at restaurant. Call (502) 895-8808 or order online For Delivery! Takeout Taxi caters to all of Louisville and surrounding areas as well as Southern Indiana, but for this deal, service is restricted to the following zip codes in Jefferson County and Southern Indiana: 40059,40202,40203,40204,40205,40206,40207,40208,40213,40217,40218,40220,40222,40223,40241,40242,40245,40243,40291,40299. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Gratuity should be based on original value. $40 deal is issued as two $20 vouchers. One voucher per order. Each voucher must be used on one order. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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The concept of takeout food dates back to the 1950s, after World War II, when families settled in the suburbs. Pizzerias and Chinese restaurants were the first to offer takeout fare. The paper cartons used to transport Chinese food were created in 1903 by a Rochester, N.Y., paper company.