What We Are

We’re a collection of enterprise solutions that redefine the digital restaurant experience. You might find us a little biased, but not in this category; we’re committed and unwavering to our mission and initiatives — all day and everyday. You can’t put us in a box because we’re the whole package. We’re an exceedingly savvy team of tech and food enthusiasts. We help build out performance tools to drive guests to restaurants — and only restaurants!

Lunchbox is for restaurateurs, by restaurateurs, and we’re shouting that from the rooftops! We know what we wanted, needed, and never got. We’re led by food people who care. We regularly launch stuff that helps the industry and we’re not afraid to roll up our sleeves and get dirty.

On top of that, we’re an award-winning company! Check out these culture awards we’ve won in 2021:

  • Comparably Award 2021, Best Company Culture 
  • Comparably Award 2021, Best CEO
  • Comparably Award 2021, Best Company for Diversity
  • Comparably Award 2021, Happiest Employees
  • Otta’s Rocket List 2021, 150 Fastest Growing Companies

Why Lunchbox?

  • We raised the largest Series A in FoodTech ($22 million, led by Coatue).
  • We provide learning and development opportunities to help you grow and thrive at Lunchbox.
  • Diversity comes from the top. We’re a team of all-ages BIPOC & working parents.
  • We host fun and social virtual events (like book club meetings, team happy hours, and company-wide talent shows) that help you stay connected with the entire team. 
  • The opportunity to work with a welcoming and collaborative team of industry disruptors!

Some Awesome Benefits:

  • Competitive salary and equity packages.
  • Comprehensive health coverage (medical, dental, and vision).
  • Online mental health therapy — we make wellness a priority!
  • Unlimited PTO from day one and paid leave for all new parents.
  • A WFH stipend, monthly wellness allowance, and amazing Lunchbox merchandise.
  • The coolest perk ever — we’ll pay for any food-related tattoo!

Lunchbox is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.  We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.  This means, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. 

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