Amazon’s Prime Now Restaurant Delivery Expands In West

After expanding its Prime Now Restaurant Delivery to San Diego earlier this year, Amazon has now added the service farther up the California coast.

The eCommerce giant announced yesterday (April 26) that Prime Now Restaurant Delivery has launched in San Francisco.

According to a company press release, the local eateries participating in the one-hour (or less) home delivery service — which Amazon is offering for free to Prime members in San Francisco, for a limited time — include Big Chef Tom’s Belly Burgers, Buca di Beppo, DOSA, The Monk’s Kettle, Nick’s Crispy Tacos and Pressed Juicery, among others, totaling 117 across 33 zip codes in the Golden Gate City.

“San Francisco is known for incredible restaurants, and now, Prime members across the city can enjoy their favorite local restaurants at home or at the office,” Gus Lopez, general manager of Amazon Restaurants, stated in the release. “With Prime Now Restaurant Delivery, customers can expect to pay the same price for their favorite dishes, whether they visit the restaurant or order the same items for delivery. Prime Now has no hidden fees or menu markups, and delivery is free for a limited time.”

“For more than 10 years, we’ve shared our passion for South Indian cuisine and culture with San Francisco customers at our restaurants,” commented Emily Mitra, founder of DOSA, in the press release. “However, sometimes, dining in the restaurant isn’t an option, and that’s where Prime Now comes in. With Prime Now Restaurant Delivery, our customers can savor our South Indian cuisine from the comfort of their home, with the ease and convenience they expect from Amazon.”


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