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J.P. Doyle’s Offers Free Online App for Ordering

J.P. Doyle’s Restaurant in Sleepy Hollow is excited to introduce their new free App, available through iTunes. Customers can use the app to place orders and check out online to expedite a quicker takeout dining experience.  Chef Nicholas Bell notes the efficiency of the online ordering process saying, “On a busy evening, we were delegating one member of our staff just to answer phones for pick-up orders.  We now can have those orders directly sent to our kitchen from your smartphone or tablet. It is just so much more efficient now.” Customer credit card information is entered through the app and can be saved for future online orders.  The average time to place a food order for pickup is under one minute. In an age where customers expect businesses to be tech-equipped, this was a decision that was easily made thanks to onlineBrian Doyle and Nicholas Bell partner, ChowNow. After countless hours of perfecting the menu, Chef Bell and partner Brian Doyle are confident that customers will enjoy these new benefits as a way of picking up their favorite dishes from the Sleepy Hollow staple.  Chef Bell added, “We have worked out the kinks from the initial introduction of the online ordering process and are extremely excited for this simple way to order lunch and dinner.” The goal, according to Bell, “is to eventually deliver in the Rivertowns, and this is the first step towards bringing that goal to fruition.”  Hours and information are available on the J.P. Doyle’s app as well as the restaurant’s website,

J.P. Doyle’s Restaurant has been a staple in the Sleepy Hollow community since September 8, 1999 when partners Nicholas Bell and Brian Doyle opened their doors.   Both Bell and Doyle are extremely committed to the community and look forward to serving for many more years on Beekman Avenue. Visit or stop in for a pint at 48 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591.

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