VITL online ordering empowers small business owners by offering online ordering and reservations for FREE! We achieve this by offering custom websites and mobile apps branded specifically for each business that enables online ordering and delivery.
Connect customers directly to your kitchen with order at the table
Take Out Orders
Increase sales and decrease mistakes by offering take out orders online
VITL supports both in-house and 3rd party delivery for your restaurant
How To Accept Orders
With VITL you can receive orders on any smartphone or tablet. When you sign up you will receive an email with a link to download the order taking app to your phone or tablet from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
VITL supports delivery with your drivers or ours. We offer delivery for just $6.99, there is no fee if you deliver the order yourself. You can create boundaries and set delivery fee based on zone.
Get Paid Fast
No more waiting a week or longer to get your money, online payments are processed by Evident Payments with next business day deposit. With this partnership we can offer the lowest rates in the industry for online ordering.
VITL is 0% commission, you can process an unlimited number of orders for free.
What You Get For Free!!!
Takeout, delivery, order ahead, order a table, or table reservations
In-house or 3rd party drivers, driver dispatch and driver tracking
Publish to Facebook, our mobile app, and your website
View menu or order from the table
Collects and saves the customers email & phone number with each order (CCPA & GDPR approved)
Advanced Features - Optional
Custom Mobile App
Android & iOS
Sales Optimized Website
Customized specifically for your business
Visa, MC, AMEX, Discover, Paypal, Apple Pay & Google Pay
Promotions and offers with text or email marketing
If you have any questions, please contact us by submitting an inquiry below.
Still curious what VITL stands for? Based on the word Victual, which is an old middle English word to describe food or nourishment. Vitl is the phonetic spelling. Hint... The "c" is silent, and also the first letter of commission so we had to remove it!