Florida food delivery service to deliver in extreme weather

(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

GoCravy, the food experience delivery service, is calling themselves "foodie first responders" during Hurricane Matthew.

They will continue to deliver food to your doorstep even during the extreme weather conditions expected to come our way because of Hurricane Matthew, says the founder, Manny Bornia.

Never used GoCravy? It’s pretty simple.

Head over to www.GoCravy.com (or download the app), throw in your ZIP code, choose a restaurant from the list, specify what you'd like to eat, then check out.

Expect to pay a flat, $5 rate for delivery and a couple of dollars in tax based on what you order.

How will you know which restaurants are open or closed?

All of the restaurants that stay open in the next few days will reflect online or on the app. Any that close will deactivate themselves.

Foodie First Responders! The only delivery service now open in the area is ready to serve you as long as weather permits #gocravy  Thanks Liz Balmaseda and The Palm Beach Post for sharing.

Posted by Cravy Palm Beach on Wednesday, October 5, 2016