Enjoy Delicious Meals

Rescue and enjoy amazing, surplus meals from businesses.

Spend Less

Spend 50-80% less money for the same restaurant-quality meals.

Save the Planet

Help restaurants reduce food waste with every purchase.

In the Media...

"How 2 GWU alums are making meals cheaper for students — and bringing local restaurants business" Washington Business Journal article

A video on Last Call was a finalist for "Best Shareable Video" at GW's Annual Planet Forward Event -- a sustainable storytelling competition for students. Read more here.

Last Call won GW's New Venture Competition, taking home $45,000 in cash prizes and $100,000 in Google Cloud Services.


We're More Than Just A Meal

Nearly 40% of all food in the United States is ultimately wasted. 72 billion pounds of wholesome, nutritious, safe, and delicious food thrown away each year, while 42 million Americans go hungry each day. Here at Last Call, we believe food should feed people, not landfills. So we help you rescue meals from restaurants and get food for less. What could be better?

How It Works

  1. Receive notifications of delicious meals
  2. Choose from a variety of inexpensive options
  3. Head to the restaurant to pick up your food
  1. Input tasty meal options for the day
  2. Specify quantity and pickup window
  3. Earn money on otherwise wasted goods

Partner with Us!

Generate additional income for your business by selling your surplus food and increasing your exposure to new customers! Help our planet by reducing food waste and help your community by making food more affordable.


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Who We Are

Erin McGeoy

Erin McGeoy

Founder and Ceo

Erin McGeoy’s passion for finding a solution to food waste and food insecurity was ignited after struggling to afford food at GW as a student athlete. She decided to start Last Call in 2017 as a solution for college students. McGeoy has the skills and passion crucial to the success of Last Call.

Chloe King

Chloe King

Founder and COO

Chloe King worked with the World Wildlife Fund for two years to educate students about the environmental impacts of food waste while reducing it in K-12 school cafeterias. She co-founded Last Call with Erin in 2017, and runs the day-to-day operations of the business in D.C. She is currently a senior at GW.

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Whether you sell food or eat food, we want to hear from you.

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