Surprisingly, very few major chains actually deliver to your door, which makes the McDonald’s news significant.
The only catch: You can't get an instant Big Mac unless you live in this state
Before now, it wasn’t possible to get a Big Mac delivered to your door. But now the dark ages are over—at least if you live in Florida.
McDonald’s announced that it will offer a delivery option at almost 200 restaurants in the Sunshine State starting in late January 2017.
The service will be available through the McDonald’s website as well as the UberEATS app, an online food ordering service powered by Uber. It will first be offered to customers in Miami, Orlando, and Tampa, according to USA Today.
A representative from McDonald’s told USA Today that once the chain gets feedback from Floridians, then it will decide whether to expand its services to other cities and states.
The plan, according to Business Insider, is for the company to offer worldwide mobile delivery by 2018 in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., France and Australia.
Surprisingly, very few major chains actually deliver to your door, which makes the McDonald’s news significant. So you’ll still have to fetch your meals the old-school way—but at least you can order ahead of time with these restaurants’ convenient apps.
Taco Bell: Craving a chalupa or quesadilla at 2 a.m.? Like a reliable friend, Taco Bell is there.
Chick-fil-A: We may not all agree with the company’s stance on social issues, but at least we can come to one consensus: Chick-fil-A makes one dynamite chicken sandwich.
Dunkin’ Donuts: This is your annual reminder that Dunkin’ Donuts also offers sandwiches. And they’re pretty good.
Starbucks: This is your annual reminder that Starbucks offers sandwiches. And they’re serviceable.
Chipotle: When you need a burrito at a moment’s notice, you know who to call.
KFC: Lick your fingers after you type your order.