Contactless food ordering service launched at Chicago Midway Airport

If you’re traveling to Chicago and get hungry, you’re luck. The Chicago Department of Aviation along with Midway Partnership have launched, GoEatMDW, a mobile food ordering service at the Chicago Midway International Airport that doesn’t require a mobile app. The joint venture is comprised of Vantage Airport Group, SSP America, and the Hudson Group, according to a press release.

Travelers can access the website through their smartphone camera by scanning QR codes displayed throughout the airport or by visiting to browse menus. Customers can call the participating food vendors in the airport to order and pick up their meal or have it delivered anywhere in the airport.

The growing list of participating restaurants currently includes local and national favorites such as Arami, Big City Chicken, Billy Goat Tavern & Grill, Dunkin’ Express, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Harry Caray’s Shortstop, Home Run Inn Pizza, Nuts on Clark and Woodgrain Neapolitan Pizzeria.

Once an order is placed, guests receive update alerts on their mobile device, letting them know when their meal is ready or on its way. The platform accepts multiple forms of payment, including credit/debit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay.

“We’re so pleased to offer yet another new convenient option for our guests and airport employees… This solution is a result of strong partnerships and leveraging our shared expertise to enhance the overall guest experience at Chicago Midway,” Sammy Patel, CEO, Midway said in the release.