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The Weeknd’s purchases are a great example of how to use Postmates to support your local favorites.
Between late-night studio sessions recording his new album ‘After Hours’ and on-screen fights with Adam Sandler, Abel Tesfaye (aka The Weeknd) still finds time to support his favorite local restaurants.
How? He uses Postmates. Often.
Turns out, The Weeknd — who prefers a plant-based diet — loves pasta, dessert, and locally-run restaurants in LA. His top 5 most ordered items are:
Keto Smoothie from KreationSpicy Rigatoni Vodka from CrossroadsThe Beyond Cheeseburger from Fresh on SunsetHot bar from ErewhonDeep Fried Oreos from The Carving Boardhttps://medium.com/media/e0194e8feeb33cddbde50c4cb6b7acd8/href
Working remotely? Well sometimes The Weeknd does too — but it’s normally at a recording studio or on the set of a music video. Spending all that time making new music works up an appetite.
His go-to while recording After Hours was vegan food from local restaurants, and lots of it. Whether it’s veggie bites from Crossroads or an Impossible burger from Vow Burger, The Weeknd keeps it plant-based and extra tasty