Taco Bell Begins Home Delivery in Over 90 Cities

07/08/2015 at 12:17 PM ET

Taco Bell Delivery
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Big news, chalupa fans: Taco Bell is rolling out delivery service.

Although not offered nationwide just yet, the fast-food chain will start delivery in more than 200 restaurants in over 90 cities including Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco Bay area and Dallas regions, the company said in a statement.

Taco Bell partnered with Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup DoorDash, and orders can be taken on the company’s website or through their mobile apps as of today.

Pricing and delivery costs may vary, depending on the Taco Bell location.

Taco Bell, a subsidiary of Yum Brands Inc., is in good company. Other major food chains that have jumped on the delivery bandwagon include Starbucks and McDonald’s.

–Michelle Ward Trainor

FILED UNDER: Food , Food News , Restaurants

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Gina on

Taco Bell tacos are addictive..

moonie on

I am so glad this isn’t offered in our area . . . yet! My mom would order this every day to be delivered as she in housebound. Bad for her diet!

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No thanks. I’ve got plenty of dog food in the pantry already.

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Taco Bell delivery?? Not interested… wish other food chains would deliver though.

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