GrubHub, a website for finding and ordering from restaurants that deliver, has raised $2 million in a second round of funding.

The Chicago company was founded in 2004, and has slowly expanded from its home city to include other metropolitan areas — New York, San Francisco, Boston, and most recently, Philadelphia. What it lacks in geographic reach it makes up in completeness; the company claims to partner with more than half the restaurants offering to deliver in its coverage areas, and says it facilitated $20 million worth of deliveries last year.

It’s easy to see why a service like this would be appealing. My roommate and I order takeout all the time (ah, the busy life of a tech blogger), and it’s already easier to Google our favorite restaurants rather than sorting through our giant pile of menus. Having a central location for delivery options would make things even more convenient, especially now that GrubHub has an iPhone application. (CityMint launched a similar app in the same week, but it isn’t free like GrubHub.)

The funding comes from Origin Ventures and Leo Capital, with participation from prior investor Amicus Capital. GrubHub previously raised a first round of $1.1 million.