EAT Club

EAT Club is a food technology company allowing offices to order and get food delivered from local restaurants via the web or mobile devices. Employees choose their favorite lunch from a curated menu of delicious options everyday, developed by award-winning chefs. EAT Club allows employees to select their personal lunch from a curated menu of fresh salads, sandwiches, wraps and wholesome or hearty, hot and cold entrees. EAT Club takes a customizable approach to help people find the lunch program that works best for their office while reducing food waste, meeting individual dietary restrictions and providing top-notch support. Providing office lunch is proven to drive productivity, increase collaboration and benefit company culture.

Company Growth (employees)
Palo Alto, US
Size (employees)
199 (est)+3%
EAT Club was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, US

Key People at EAT Club

Rodrigo Santibanez

Rodrigo Santibanez

Kevin Yang

Kevin Yang

Frank Han

Frank Han

Jeff Zamczyk

Jeff Zamczyk

SVP Sales & Account Management

EAT Club Office Locations

EAT Club has an office in Palo Alto
Palo Alto, US (HQ)
3780 Fabian Way

EAT Club Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$46.5 m

Latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

4 months


EAT Club's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $30 m. In total, EAT Club has raised $46.5 m

Traffic Overview of EAT Club

EAT Club Online and Social Media Presence

EAT Club News and Updates

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With $3 million in new funding, Farm Hill brings its healthy lunches to San Francisco

 A food delivery startup called Farm Hill is expanding its business from the suburbs of Silicon Valley to San Francisco this week, bucking the trend of so many “on-demand” businesses that focus on dense, urban markets first. Interestingly, Farm Hill benefitted from the demise of one of its city-focu…

EAT Club Company Life and Culture

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