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Curbler is a new player in the delivery market in the Pearland area arriving March of this year. The company is owned and operated by local resident Tamara Dixon. With an extensive background in IT, Tamara decided to partner with TimeToEat and their business concept which is based on fixing flaws in the established delivery services. This network of independent delivery operators started in 2014. Presently the service operates in over 130 markets across the nation with Nashville Delivers as the largest operation.

This new delivery concept in Pearland ensures quality and customer service through local dispatching. Curbler aims to serve its customers better and faster than the known, national delivery service providers. According to Tamara, “drivers are hired and treated like employees. They come to your house in a uniform. No one can just download an app and become a driver.” Tamara emphasizes this effort means a higher level of safety for the consumer.

Curbler also takes pride in offering their services at minimal costs to the restaurant who they see as the most important partner of a food delivery business. Most delivery companies charge high fees that oftentimes food is sold at a loss for restaurants. Curbler encourages customers to support local restaurants, especially during this hard time, by ordering through their service.

Curbler has nearly 70 restaurants and 5 stores on their Pearland platform with many owned and operated by local families. The goal is to be able to help all local restaurants and stores that want to provide this service to their customers. One new interesting addition is the Bricks and Minifigs store which sells LEGO products.

The local presence of Curbler also makes it possible to handle catering and larger deliveries and almost any form of delivery service for both restaurants, stores and companies. Curbler can be found online and in the App or Play Store. Learn more at