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Another Great Food Delivery Deal To Help Stretch Your Budget

February 18, 2009

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Great news! Feel like dinner out but worried about the cost. Candelari’s Pizzeria is now offering a $25 restaurant gift certificate when you order more than $250 worth of food through OrderCorner at


Candelaris delivers to selected zips in the Houston area. Check our site to see if they deliver to you. They offer far more than just pizza. Just look at their menu on


The great appetizer party platters are perfect as a snack if your budget won’t run to a full meal and the pans of pastas, salads, chicken, and salmon are another great way to stretch your budget.


If you don’t want to order online just give us a call 1 866 926 7637 and our catering specialists will do it for you.


The OrderCorner Team

Another Houston Food Delivery Special!

January 27, 2009

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Another OrderCorner Recession Special


Our great restaurant partner Abby’s Café & Bakery has two great offers available through OrderCorner which will help stretch your budget.


If you have not tried Abby’s Café & Bakery before, they are now offering a free sampler tray which feeds 5 to first time customers. Just speak with one of our customer service representatives to give them a try at 1 866 926 7637.


In addition, they are also offering a free cookie tray if you spend more than $250 on either a breakfast or lunch. They have some great menu items. Check out their breakfast menu here:


And their lunch menu here:


There are also no delivery fees.


This is  a great deal so place your order today by going to or calling us on 1 866 926 7637! 


Even if you don’t have any catered events coming up , why not share this with your friends and colleagues who do. Simply click on the “Add This” button on the menu and choose your favorite way to share this offer.


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Your OrderCorner Team Helping You Through the Recession