You can already get Chick-fil-A delivered by third-party apps like DoorDash, but the Atlanta-based restaurant chain is testing a new program that will bring its employees’ signature “my pleasure” to your door.
The Chick-fil-A on Jimmy Carter Boulevard is testing a new restaurant-run delivery program, the company said in a statement. The service launched Tuesday morning at the Norcross store.
The store is equipped with a branded car and can deliver anything from a normal lunch order to catering trays. Delivery orders can be made through the Chick-fil-A app, and an employee from the local restaurant will deliver your food to your door.
“We are excited to offer our same in-restaurant experience to guests at their home or place of work,” the emailed statement said.
Chick-fil-A is testing the service at stores across the country, but is still keeping its partnership with DoorDash.
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