Strength in Community

Shopping local to help small businesses through these uncertain times is even more rewarding with Hyperflyer

Strength in Community

Shopping local to help small businesses through these uncertain times is even more rewarding with Hyperflyer

Purpose

Join our mission to connect with local businesses in a meaningful way.

Discovery

Read the unique stories of your favorite local restaurants and stay informed on the latest through our app.

Reward

Get rewarded when you directly support local businesses by purchasing more or referring friends through our App.

Discover businesses in your community

Stay informed about your favorite businesses and what you can do to support them. Stories, business info, takeout/delivery, and gift card options are all featured in each profile in the Hyperflyer App.

Get rewarded for being a patron or promoter

We help local businesses recognize repeat and referred customers by providing a digital and shareable rewards card – a hyperflyer! The more you support through return purchases or bringing your friends, the higher your rewards will be.

Discover businesses in your community

Stay informed about your favorite businesses and what you can do to support them. Stories, business info, takeout/delivery, and gift card options are all featured in each profile in the Hyperflyer App.

Get rewarded for being a patron or promoter

We help local businesses recognize repeat and referred customers by providing a digital and shareable rewards card – a hyperflyer! The more you support through return purchases or bringing your friends, the higher your rewards will be.

How it works

1. Discover

Download our App to explore local stories, small business information and available rewards in your area.

2. Engage

Visit or order takeout from a local business and activate your hyperflyer.

3. Receive

Get rewarded by either returning with your hyperflyer or sharing it with friends

Featured businesses

PizzaHacker

While in Italy, Jeff Krupman stopped at the pizzeria shown in the movie Eat Pray Love: L’Antica da Michele. “It changed my perspective on pizza,” Jeff said. “It brought you to your knees.” ...

Piazza D’Angelo

“Family” holds a special meaning for Italian trattoria Piazza D’Angelo; located in the heart of downtown Mill Valley, California. The homey neighborhood eatery is owned by cousins Luigi Petrone and Felicia Ferguson ...

25 Lusk

25 Lusk is a destination bursting with multi-floored versatility. The restaurant doesn’t boast exclusivity; its design simply allows for the food culture of San Francisco to come in all its varying forms ...

Firefly

Levy got his culinary start among family and friends, whipping up recipes for people in college, and entering the restaurant industry because other friends had — and though he enjoyed it; he considered it a hobby, not a profession.

Kitava

Co-founders Bryan Tublin and Jeff Nobbs originally started health-conscious food delivery services before joining forces to start Kitava. The restaurant’s name was inspired by one of the islands in Papua New Guinea ...

Mel’s Drive-In

Mel started the drive-in in the ‘40s as the first carhop restaurant in San Francisco. Customers would park their cars in rows outside the diner while servers brought their orders out to them on trays ...

Join your local community

Help small businesses and earn rewards at the same time!

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