Taco Bell rolls out delivery to 200 stores, lets you stay on the couch
Opponents of pants, rejoice. Taco Bell delivery service means you can get tacos while in your underwear now, though the delivery guy would probably prefer that you don't.
Taco Bell announced today that it will begin testing delivery service at 200 stores. If you're lucky enough to live in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco Bay Area or Dallas markets, your quesarito could be delivered to your couch the next time a craving hits.
DoorDash has teamed with Taco Bell for all your Mexican fast-food needs. However, "fast" might be slightly pushing it. In previous tests, "orders took roughly 38 minutes from when they were ordered to arriving at the customer's door," said Tressie Lieberman, vice president of innovation and on demand at Taco Bell. In 38 minutes, I could get to the drive-thru and back three times, but it's all a matter of how lazy you're feeling that day, right? I can think of plenty of times when I would happily wait three hours for a Mexi-melt if it meant I could stay firmly planted on my couch.
For those of you dreaming of some late-night tacos after a night of partying, think again. The delivery service is only offered from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. There's also a $3.99 service charge tacked on to your order, which means your single taco could come in around $5, but hey, sometimes you just need a $5 taco. I'm not here to judge.