Dunkin’ Donuts Teaming With DoorDash In NYC

Dunkin' Donuts teaming up with DoorDash in New York City.

New Yorkers can now get their Dunkin’ Donuts fix a little bit easier.

The ubiquitous (well, at least in the Northeast) coffee chain has announced a partnership with DoorDash, the online delivery app that promises food and other “goods” delivered to your doorstep in 45 minutes or less, that will see it offer an on-demand delivery service in select parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan.

That’s right, DoorDash will now bring you your Dunkin’ Donuts coffee in the morning while you get ready for work.

“The ability to have Dunkin’ items delivered directly to you is something that our guests have been requesting for some time, and we will continue to evaluate a possible national rollout in the future,” Sherrill Kaplan, Dunkin’ Donuts VP of digital marketing and innovation, said in a statement.

Dunkin’ Donuts already partners with DoorDash to offer this delivery service in parts of Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

“Having spent many years in Boston, Dunkin’ was ingrained as a part of our daily life,” Prahar Shah, DoorDash’s head of business development, said in a statement. “From coffee, to sandwiches, to their famous munchkins, there’s a reason that America runs on Dunkin’. With DoorDash, all those staples are now available for on-demand delivery, helping to get you moving directly from your office, kitchen table or bus stop. We’re also excited to be offering Dunkin’ Donuts throughout the day. So, whether it be a coffee for breakfast, a bagel for lunch or a Box of Joe and a dozen donuts for an afternoon meeting, Dunkin’ at your door brings a whole new meaning to comfort and convenience.”

DoorDash also has similar delivery partnerships in parts of the U.S. with KFC, Taco Bell and 7-Eleven.


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