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Dunkin' Donuts Delivers to Miami and Fort Lauderdale Through DoorDash App

Dunkin' Donuts Delivers to Miami and Fort Lauderdale Through DoorDash App
Courtesy of Dunkin' Donuts

For the first time, Dunkin' Donuts is available for delivery. Beginning Wednesday, July 26, the food service app DoorDash will deliver Dunkin' products across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Users can download DoorDash to order an array of Dunkin’ products. Delivery is available from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and will be made within 45 minutes.

Available eats and drinks include doughnuts such as Boston cream, chocolate frosted, and blueberry cake; bacon, egg, and cheese bagels; hash browns; tropical mango smoothies; cold-brew coffee; and iced lattes.

Launched in 2013, DoorDash, a California-based service, operates in more than 250 cities in the United States and Canada and has delivered upward of 10 million orders.

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This past February, the app debuted in Miami, attracting users through restaurant partnerships with Doraku, Novecento, and Harry’s Pizzeria, as well as Meat Market, which never offered delivery until DoorDash came along.

In April, the app expanded its reach to northern Miami-Dade by servicing neighborhoods such as midtown, Little Haiti, and North Beach, as well as Broward cities such as Fort Lauderdale, Sunrise, Plantation, and Davie. It also acquired new restaurants, including the Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen, and New York Grilled Cheese, along with local eateries such as Ms. Cheezious, Poke Che, and Crust.

To get started with Dunkin' delivery, visit doordash.com/dunkin or download the DoorDash app for Android or iOS. For more information about Dunkin' Donuts, visit dunkindonuts.com.

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