a startup hoping to make online food ordering a snap, is looking to raise $7 million from investors, the firm’s founders have told The Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Snapfinger claims to be the “largest online restaurant ordering site” that includes more than 5,000 restaurant locations in over 1,600 cities. The coverage area includes the Carolinas and Georgia.

Sites include Carrabba’s, Outback Steakhouse, Moe’s, California Pizza Kitchen and Tony Roma’s.

Snapfinger only takes orders, however; it does not deliver the food.

The company says it has the “largest proprietary remote ordering platform.”

Snapfinger is part of Kudzu Interactive.