CHēBA Hut, the fast casual “toasted” sandwich chain, launched a new mobile and online ordering experience for customers with leading digital ordering platform, Olo. Now available via web and mobile app at Apple’s App Store and Google Play, the new ordering program allows customers to Skip the Line at pickup or receive sandwiches delivered to their door in just a few simple steps.
CHēBA Hut celebrates its reputation as the nation’s only counterculture-themed restaurant with a marijuana-centric branded menu. Founded by Scott Jennings, former delivery driver at Arizona State University in the 1990s who noticed a demand for high quality late night food on campus, the restaurant has a devout college following with locations centered near large campuses in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Oregon, and Wisconsin.
With its new digital ordering program, CHēBA Hut customers can now order delicious “munchies” to go via web and smartphones made available through the restaurant’s newly branded application powered by Olo. CHēBA Hut is transitioning to Olo’s fully comprehensive digital-ordering program after initially launching ordering with a third-party aggregator.
“We are stoked to introduce our new app to customers, giving them the flexibility to quickly reorder their favorite toasted subs for fast, more convenient pick up,” says Seth Larsen, CHēBA Hut Denver owner. “Owning native ordering on our website and within our app allows us to offer a better and more customized experience than orders coming in from a discovery site.”
The new digital ordering site, an extension of CHēBAhut.com, provides ample customer flexibility in customizing subs, salads, and sweets. Alongside the sandwiches’ standard menu are suggested sandwich topping tips, allowing customers to create fun and uniquely “toasted” takes on the 30-plus sandwiches on the menu.
“We are thrilled that CHēBA Hut is already seeing the benefits native ordering brings to restaurant operations and satisfying the cravings of CHēBA Hut’s loyal fan base,” says Noah Glass, founder and CEO of Olo.